This manuscript was previously published in 1990 by Alive Ministries as a Bible conference guide. This version includes significant revisions.
You will find the principles here dynamic. This is not your typical tabernacle book. “The tabernacle,” Small says “is a template for prayer and worship, a kind of roadmap into God’s presence, a call for balance in prayer and worship.”
There is an old saying that testifies to the relationship between the Testaments: “The New is in the Old concealed; and the Old is in the New revealed.” When the New Testament writers penned their histories and letters, they referenced the Law, the Prophets, and the Wisdom Literature of the Old Testament. The New Testament is rooted in the Old Testament. It is hardly understood without it. Paul says to the Romans that the things “written before were written for our learning” (Romans 15:4, NKJV). In the first letter to Corinth, he calls the events of the Old Testament “examples … written for our admonition” (10:6, 11). The Law and the Tabernacle, both given at the same time and on the same mountain, are a “schoolmaster” to bring us to Christ (Galatians 3:24). Jesus reminds us, “Think not that I am come to destroy the law, or the prophets: I am not come to destroy, but to fulfill it” (Matthew 5:17). The Old was a shadow of the things to come. It is in the New revealed.
Power Point Presentation
Power Point presentation that coincides with the teaching of Principles of Worship – A Study of the Tabernacle of Moses. Includes more than 300 slides with over 500 images. Great for a group study or diving deeper into prayer and worship as your own personal time with God. Click the image above to view an example of the slides included in this effective resource.