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Transcript of Tabernacle
In chapter s 8 and 9. John takes us to the (4) golden candelabrum or Menorah; for twice over now we have heard our Lord saying (4) “I am the Light of the world,” and “He that followeth me shall not walk in darkness, but shall have the light of life”- and the man born blind is given sight as a living illustration. Entering by the “gate” of the outer court, we find (1) the brazen altar of sacrifice.
John begins by leading us to the (1) brazen altar of sacrifice, for twice over in Chapter 1, he bids us (1) “Behold the Lamb of God, which taketh away the sin of the world.” 1 In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God. 2 He was in the beginning with God. 3 All things came into being through Him, and apart from Him nothing came into being that has come into being. 4 In Him was life, and the life was the Light of men. 5 The Light shines in the darkness, and the darkness did not comprehend it. The Tabernacle was in three parts. There was the large, oblong outer court, and inside this toward one end, was the “sanctuary”. The sanctuary was in two parts-the Holy Place (from entrance of the outer court) and the Holy of Holies. Entrances were on the east. The entrance to the outer court was called the (a)“gate”; that to the Holy Place the (b) “door”;that to the Holy of Holies the (c) “veil.”
The Tabernacle was furnished with seven most significant objects. Entering by the “gate” of the outer court, we find (1) the brazen altar of sacrifice the brazen lavar of cleansing
In chapter 3, he has us at the (2) brazen lavar of cleansing and renewal, telling us that that (2) “Except a man be born of water and of the Spirit, he cannot enter the kingdom of Adonai.” Passing through the “door” into the Holy Place” we find: (3) the table of showbread (on the right-hand side or north side) with its obligations and libations (Ex. 25:29) or food and drink offerings typifying Yahshua, The Bread of Elohim, and nourished of the Believer’s life as believer-priest (Lev. 24:9)
Next in chapters 4 -6, he takes us to the (3) table of showbread, with it food and drink, recording for us our (3) Lord’s converse with the Sychar woman concerning the “living water” of which, if a man drinks, he shall never thirst again; and our Lord’s great discourse on Himself as the “living Bread” of which, if a man eat he shall live for ever. Then in chapters 14-16, in that long and tender discourse to the Eleven, we find ourselves at the (5) golden altar of incense, learning to pray in a way and by a Name unknown before, learning how to offer (5) prayers in the name of Yahshua our Cohen Ha Gadol, prayers which become fragrant incense when perfumed by the breathing of that Name which, above all others, is dear in the heart of YHVH.
Next in the 17th chapter, in that moving intercessory prayer that we are allowed to overhear as it falls from the lips of our High Priest, our Cohen Ha Gadol, we are taken through the “veil” into the Holy of Holies: we are permitted a glimpse into the high-priestly ministry of intercession, which He exercises for us in the presence of YHVH. (5) The golden altar of incense, which speaks typically of Yahshua as our Intercessor, and of the believer-priest’s prayers made fragrant by the all-perfect merits of the precious name in which he prays. Finally, beyond the “veil”, inside the Holy of Holies, we find the 6) ark, that most sacred G-d-covered acacia chest, upon this there stood (7) the solid gold mercy seat, over arched by the outstretched wings of the two cherubim. It being a throne of grace instead of a judgment seat was due to the blood of atonement, which was sprinkled on it each Yom Kippur on behalf of the sinning Israelites. In John chapters 18 and 19, how the Messiah is at the very heart of the Ark of the Covenant,
access to the Father through the covenant relationship
the Mercy Seat sprinkled with the holy blood
Chapter 20 follows, this is the resurrection chapter, in which our risen Lord at announces our new covenant-relationship with Elohim: “I ascend unto My father and your Father ; My Adonai and your Adonai.”