Led by the Holy Spirit, the writing and teaching on “The Tabernacle” are to encourage and edify the “Believer’s Inner Spirit Man, the Church in general, believers, new converts as well as the mature saints.” It is hoped that there will be an everlasting transformation of the heart, mind, and soul as you desire a closer walk with God. This book addresses key foundational principles rooted in the divine instructions and plans God gave to Moses for building the Tabernacle and the process for entering the Holy Courts of God. While the book addresses specific “Levitical Garments” and procedures for receiving prayers, sacrifices, and worship, it also reveals the process and symbolic gestures for approaching and entering the realms of prayer through the three Courts of God’s Tabernacle.
These key procedures or processes help you discover God’s Divine Plan for your life as a Kingdom Builder. We are all called to:
- Believe in the only One True God, the Almighty Triune God
- Believe in the Word of God
- Believe by faith in the Resurrected Jesus Christ as our Lord and Savior
- Confess and repent, accepting Christ Jesus as our Lord and Savior
- Pray always with prayers of thanksgiving and supplication
- Praise and Worship God
- Study the Word of God
- Spread the Good News; the Gospel of Jesus Christ
- Lead souls to Christ; witnessing how the Lord’s Grace saves, delivers, heals, protects & provides
- Live a life glorifying and exalting God by turning away from sin
- Be a disciple of Jesus Christ who is both the head and foundation of your life
God’s Plan includes the Gift of Salvation through the Redeeming blood of Jesus Christ. “His Gift” to man is a hidden treasure wrapped in the Inner Spirit of Man, where the Holy Spirit of God now dwells in you. God’s Plan is a marvelous process interwoven with instructions explicitly focused on helping every soul to discover the divinity and power of God. By faith, we also come to know and believe that we are the children of Abraham, the sons – children – of God. We, by His grace, have inherited this divine gift of the indwelling of the Holy Spirit. John writes of the great love the Lord has bestowed on you:
I John 3:1-3 1Behold, what manner of love the Father hath bestowed upon us, that we should be called the sons of God.
There is a need, however, for the reader to accept Christ as Lord and Savior, confessing with thy mouth and believing in your heart that Christ is the Resurrected Jesus and the Son of the Living God. Apostle Paul also penned God’s Word, reminding all that he has redeemed us through salvation. There is one requisite: “to confess and believe in your heart that Jesus is the Son of the Living God and that God raised Him from the dead and thou shall be saved. The power of confession, however, must be from the depths of the heart. There remains today a divine process for entering the presence of God.
God spoke directly to Moses, giving him clear and perfect instructions to build Him a Tabernacle. The Tabernacle of Moses was God’s Dwelling Place, also known as the Tent of Meeting. The Tent of Meetings was the focal point of God’s presence. God would meet and speak with Moses. Moses would provide the children of Israel with instructions from God and they brought sacrifices unto God to atone for their sins. The Tabernacle had three courts, each with an entrance/door, leading into three Courts. Each Court represented a place for a specific spiritual task to be fulfilled. There were very stringent instructions clearly defining God’s covenant laws, directions, meanings, the purpose of building, maintaining and setting up and taking down the Tabernacle. These instructions also identified the duties, procedures, and responsibilities for the Aaronical and Levitical Priest who were charged with handling sacrificial offerings, as well as transporting the Tabernacle, its utensils, and furnishings as directed by God. The Israelites were to pray, praise and worship God for they were His chosen people.
We will share further detail, in the “Process for Entering into these Three Courts,” over the coming weeks via this Blog Page https://ajsministryblog.wordpress.com/