Los Angeles, California – The Tabernacle Experience teams up with Rose Publishing to present the New! Tabernacle DVD-based Bible Study for small groups. More than 200,000 people have visited the Tabernacle Experience’s life-size replica of the Tabernacle in person, and now for the first time this life-changing journey is available on DVD.
The word tabernacle in Hebrew means dwelling place or residence and it was within this intricate physical structure that God declared his expectations for humanity. Using expert builders, skilled craftsman, and a design given by the Creator, Moses established a place where the very presence of God dwelt. The bigger question is why? Why did God establish a place for His presence to dwell among his people?
In a new 6-session DVD-based study, The Tabernacle (Rose Publishing), Pastor Shawn Barnard skillfully uncovers the answer to what God communicates through the Tabernacle. Each part of the Tabernacle is packed with symbolism, significance, and purpose. In this DVD-based study, Pastor Barnard not only takes viewers through The Tabernacle Experience’s life-size replica of the Tabernacle, but he explains how each part of the Tabernacle points to and finds its fulfillment in Jesus Christ. Barnard emphasizes that God wants us to truly know Him and understanding the Tabernacle is part of His revelation to us.
"With great detail and passion Shawn Barnard reveals how every article and ritual within the Tabernacle points to Jesus, the Christ. He ushers us from the distant Outer Courts, beyond the Veil and into the very presence of God." —Jeanne Whittaker, Founder, The Tabernacle Experience
Barnard looks at six core elements of the Tabernacle:
Session 1: Dwell The Tabernacle
Session 2: Sacrifice: The Altar of Burnt Offering
Session 3: Clean: The Bronze Laver
Session 4: Illuminate: The Lampstand
Session 5: Presence: The Table of Bread and the Altar of Incense
Session 6: Separated, Exposed, and Covered: The Veil, The Ark, and the Mercy Seat.
As Christ died on the cross, he became the ultimate and final sacrifice. “It is finished,” He cried. The veil was torn from top to bottom and His atoning death signified that God’s dwelling would now be in the hearts of those who love Him.