Portraits of Jesus the Christ

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The temple was erected to portray God's glory, majesty, and grace, which was to be revealed in his son, Jesus."That I may dwell among them" was a revelation of his plan for the future "Emanuel" God wi...
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The temple was erected to portray God's glory, majesty, and grace, which was to be revealed in his son, Jesus."That I may dwell among them" was a revelation of his plan for the future "Emanuel" God with us. There was nothing on earth like the tabernacle, and there was no greater experience to have than the presence of the Almighty God, both in sensing his presence and seeing the Shekinah light of his glory in the most holy place. This tabernacle was a revelation of his eternal plan for man's redemption through Jesus his son. After we have settled the sin question at the altar of sacrifice and then have ourselves washed from the defilement of sin at the laver, we are then ready to enter the holy place of fellowship with the saints and to behold the glory, beauty, and grace of God.In this Old Testament tabernacle, the veil restricted the entrance to the most holy place and hence the presence of the Almighty. But now in this dispensation of grace, the veil was ripped open on purpose by God. Since Jesus went into the heavenly tabernacle with his own blood, access is no more denied to those of us who have accepted him as our sacrificial lamb, we can come boldly to the throne of grace where he is seated on the right hand of God his father in heaven. With humbleness of spirit and a heart of gratitude, we join in the songs of the redeemed in praise and adoration to him who have redeemed us with his own blood. With such experience in Jesus who was portrayed in the tabernacle, we can wholeheartedly agree with David in Psalm 27:4. This one thing is our greatest desire to dwell in his presence.
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