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Bible study: To the glory of God

Richard Briggs considers the craft of creating a holy dwelling place

Bible study: To the glory of God Feast of the tabernacle, oil painting on canvas. 2010 by Yvette Beatrice Y. Co, Philippines

Feast of the Tabernacle

Feast of the Tabernacle

If we think of the book of Exodus as a symphony of several parts, then much of its climactic movement is given over to the construction of the tabernacle. Now there's pause for thought. Not too many readers think of the tabernacle as a highlight of this great book, after its long narratives of Moses, the exodus itself, the ten commandments and associated sound-and-light show at Mount Sinai. But getting on for a third of the book is about how to make a place appropriate for a holy God to dwell in. What can we learn from that?

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