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Exodus - The Tablenacle
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And the temple of God was opened in heaven, and there was seen in his temple the ark of his testament: and there were lightnings, and voices, and thunderings, and an earthquake, and great hail. (‭Revelation‬ ‭11‬:‭19‬ KJV)
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JERUSALEM, BIBLE ARCHITECTURE:Solomon's Temple, King Herod the Great, a Holy City
Interior of the Temple with a view into the Holy of Holies
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Illustration of four priests carrying the Ark of the Covenant and crossing the River Jordan
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Hebrews 7:5 - Melchizedek and Abraham
Hebrews 7:5 And verily they that are of the sons of Levi, who receive the office of the priesthood, have a commandment to take tithes of the people according to the law, that is, of their brethren, though they come out of the loins of Abraham: (Numbers 18:21,24, 26)
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Isaiah, c.1896 - c.1902 - James Tissot -
Moses and Joshua In the Tabernacle, 1896-1902 James Tissot
a man with a long beard is pouring gold coins into a tray on a table
The High Priest at the Table of Shewbread. In a biblical or Jewish context, shewbread refers to the cakes or loaves of bread which were always on a specially dedicated table, in the Temple in Jerusalem as an offering to God. An alternative, and more appropriate, translation would be presence bread, since the Bible requires that the bread be constantly in the presence of God (Exodus 25:30).
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Parashat Terumah - The Eight Aliyot of Moses
The items that were inside and outside the Tabernacle
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Holy of Holies - Wikipedia
The Holy of Holies is a term in the Hebrew Bible which refers to the inner sanctuary of the Tabernacle and later the Temple in Jerusalem where the Ark of the Covenant was kept during the First Temple, which could be entered only by the High Priest on Yom Kippur.
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Shiloh: location where Joshua placed Moses' wilderness Tabernacle when the tribes entered the Land. Where Hannah prayed for a son and where Samuel grew up.
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God's presence at the Tabernacle. And so God dwelled among His people in the tabernacle in the wilderness. He appeared as a pillar of cloud over the tabernacle by day and a pillar of fire by night in the sight of all Israel. The people would not set out on their journey unless the cloud lifted. It was an unmistakably powerful visual statement indicating God’s presence among them.
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The Light of Faith
The Light of Faith
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The Quick View Bible » Gifts for the Tabernacle
a mirror with a quote on it that says do you rejoice that jesus is there in the throne?
Spiritual Guidance
Do you realize that Jesus is there in the Tabernacle expressly for you, for you alone? He burns with the desire to come into your heart. - Saint Therese of Lisieux
Alegoría Eucarística con los 7 arcángeles, Miguel Cabrera, Museo Andrés Blaisten, Cdad. de México, D.F. Miguel Cabrera, Cristo, Dios, Agnus Dei, Catholic Art
Alegoría Eucarística con los 7 arcángeles, Miguel Cabrera, Museo Andrés Blaisten, Cdad. de México, D.F.
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Tabernacle with Scenes from the Passion of Christ
Tabernacle with Scenes from the Passion of Christ 1494
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Shrines of Italy - 206 Tours - Catholic Tours
Eucharistic Miracle of Lanciano, Italy. In the 8th century AD, a monk doubted that in the consecrated Host there was truly the Body of Our Lord and in the chalice, His Blood. He celebrated the Mass and after pronouncing the words of consecration, he saw the Host change into flesh and the wine into blood. The laboratory tests, done several times and by different experts in recent years, confirm that this is human flesh and human blood, which are preserved incorrupt.
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A Glorious image!
an image of a crucifix with the words when you approach the tabernacle, remember that he has been awaiting you for twenty centuries
Real World: Just remember that every time we go see the tabernacle Jesus' presence is there in front of us. We should remember what Jesus did for us.
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The Light of Faith
In Catholic churches, at least one tabernacle lamp burns eternally outside the tabernacle or monstrance where the Eucharist is kept, signifying the divine presence of God just as the ner tamid burned outside the tabernacle, signifying the presence of God in the Holy of Holies during Old Testament times:
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Jesus Truly Present in the Holy Eucharist within the Tabernacle: His Body, His Blood, Soul and Divinity during Holy Communion. The Miracle and Gift of the Most Holy Eucharist
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Holy Cards For Your Inspiration
When you awake in the night, transport yourself quickly in spirit before the Tabernacle, saying: ‘Behold, my God, I come to adore You, to praise, thank, and love you, and to keep you company with all the Angels,’ ” - St. John Vianney
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The Tabernacle Tent
an advertisement for the ark of the covenant, with information about its contents and features
Christ is the ... Door - John10:9 Basin - John13:8 Bread of the Presence - John6:35 Lampstand - John8:12 Altar of the Incense - Heb7:25 Veil - Heb10:20 Mercy Seat - Rom3:25-26 Tabernacle - John1:14 @Rose Pendleton Pendleton Pendleton Pendleton Pendleton Publishing
a block of bread that has writing on it and is made out of brown material
The warning to gentiles not to enter the temple. This message confirms the reports of Josephus of such stones and supports Acts 21:28-29.
the four tabernacle coverings are laid out on top of each other
Coverings of the Tabernacle
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Ark over the tabernacle