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The Tabernacle of Moses – A Pattern for Prayer. H. E. Cardin “Adapted from Douglas Small”. The Brass Altar The Brass Laver The Golden Table The Golden Lampstand The Golden Altar. Blood - Redemption Water - Sanctification Bread - The Word The Oil - Ministry of the Holy Spirit

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The Tabernacle of Moses – A Pattern for Prayer

H. E. Cardin

“Adapted from Douglas Small”


The Brass Altar

The Brass Laver

The Golden Table

The Golden Lampstand

The Golden Altar

Blood - Redemption

Water - Sanctification

Bread - The Word

The Oil - Ministry of the Holy Spirit

Incense – Prayer/Worship

Prayer Process represented by the Elements


The Tabernacle of Moses

  • The Altar - Ex. 27:1 …Revelation 8:3

  • The Laver - Ex. 30:18 …Revelation 4:6

  • The Table - Ex. 25:23 …Revelation 19:9

  • The Lampstand - Ex. 25: 31 …Revelation 1:12

  • The Golden Altar - Ex. 30:1 …Revelation 8:5

  • The Ark of the Covenant - Ex. 25:10

  • The Mercy Seat - Ex. 25:17 …Rev. 11:19


The Pattern for Prayer – The Gate

PRAISE and THANKSGIVING


The Pattern for Prayer – The Altar

The Brass Altar:

BLOOD

  • Three things must die here –

  • SIN – Repentance - Offering of Christ

  • SELF – Consecration

  • DIVISION - Reconciliation


The Pattern for Prayer – The Laver

Made of mirrored brass, the priest would examine himself, then wash his Hands & Feet

The Laver: WATER


The Holy Place – The Golden Table…

BREAD: The Word


The Holy Place – The Lampstand…

  • The Shape of Fruit - Character

  • The Fuel of Oil

  • The Fire – Gifts, the witness of the supernatural presence of God

OIL


INCENSE

The Holy Place – The Golden Altar of Incense…


The Ark … and all of its contents are covered by “Mercy!”


Taking the Tabernacle with Us …

Ark of the Covenant – The Glow of His Glory

Golden Altar - Incense: The Fragrance of His Presence

Lampstand: Fruit & Fire

Golden Table: Fresh Bread

Laver: Clean Hands & a Pure Heart

Brass Altar: Gratitude for the Lamb and Grace

Praise: A Joyful People!


Inside the ark of the covenant

The Place of His Glory!

Golden Pot of Manna

Aaron’s Rod

AUTHORITY

RIGHTEOUSNESS

PROVISION

Tablets


Inside the Holy Place


The Furnishings of the tabernacle of Moses

Ark of the Covenant

Golden Altar - Incense

Lampstand

Golden Table

Laver

Brass Altar


The Altar

The Laver

The Table

The Lampstand

The Golden Altar

Blood

Water

Bread

Oil

Incense

Discovering The Elements


Inside the ark of the covenant

Submission, Obedience, a Servant Heart … Humility!

Golden Pot of Manna

Aaron’s Rod

AUTHORITY

RIGHTEOUSNESS

PROVISION

Tablets


Inside the ark of the covenant

Righteousness, Holiness of heart, purity!

Golden Pot of Manna

Aaron’s Rod

AUTHORITY

RIGHTEOUSNESS

PROVISION

Tablets


Inside the ark of the covenant

Faith, Trust, Dependence upon God …

Golden Pot of Manna

Aaron’s Rod

AUTHORITY

RIGHTEOUSNESS

PROVISION

Tablets


Inside the ark of the covenant

What if … I lack a servant heart … righteousness … faith?

Golden Pot of Manna

Aaron’s Rod

AUTHORITY

RIGHTEOUSNESS

PROVISION

Tablets


Tabernacle Prayer Process

Part II


The Furnishings of the tabernacle of Moses

Ark of the Covenant

Golden Altar - Incense

Lampstand

Golden Table

Laver

Brass Altar


The Pattern for Prayer

BLOOD

WATER


INCENSE

OIL

BREAD


THE PROMISED LAND ….

STOP

Tabernacle

Tablets (Law)

WORSHIP ….WALK

Number the Warriors!

X

Israel

EGYPT

Mt. Sinai


The Process out of Worship

  • WORSHIPTabernacle

  • WALKTablets/Law/Commandments

  • WARFAREAdvance/Promised Land


The Process out of Worship …

  • Ephesians 6 … Spiritual Warfare … having done all to stand - stand … praying …

  • Ephesians 4

    • Walk Worthy Ephesians 4:1

    • Walk RighteouslyEphesians 4:17

    • Walk in LoveEphesians 5:2

    • Walk in LightEphesians 5:8

    • Walk circumspectly Ephesians 5:15


The Process out of Worship …

  • Ephesians 6 … Warfare

  • Ephesians 4Walk

  • Ephesians 2Sit … in heavenly places

    • Dead … quickened to life.

    • Down … raised up.

    • Made/allowed/enabled to … SIT … Rest!


The Process out of Worship …

  • Ephesians 6 … Warfare

  • Ephesians 4Walk

  • Ephesians 2Sit … in heavenly places

    • Dead … quickened to life.

    • Down … raised up.

    • Made/allowed/enabled to … SIT … Rest!

Worship


The Theology of the Altar

  • Tabernacle

    • The area of the tabernacle was 50 X 100 cubits -

    • Or, two 50 X 50 squares

      • HALF … of the tabernacle was PREPARATION for His presence.

      • HALF of the tabernacle was PARTICIPATION in His presence.


50 Cubit Square

50 Cubit Square

Halfway Point


Participationin His Presence

50 Cubit Square

50 Cubit Square

Halfway Point

Preparation for His Presence


  • The Altar

    • The Tabernacle had two altars

      • HALF of worship involves

        • The BRAZEN ALTAR … center of the court.

        • Get ready to encounter God.

      • The WHOLE of worship involves TWO Altars -

        • The BRAZEN ALTAR … center of the court.

        • The GOLDEN ALTAR … center of the tabernacle proper.


Tabernacle Prayer Process

Part III


  • The Sacrifices

    • Five basic offerings

      • Lev. 1 - BURNT

      • Lev. 2 - MEAT/MEAL

      • Lev. 3 - PEACE/FELLOWSHIP

      • Lev. 4 - SIN

      • Lev. 5:15 - TRESPASS


  • Two Classes of Offerings

    • Reparation- Repair damaged relationship with God.

    • Consecration - Advance the life of the worshipper.


  • Two Classes of Offerings

    • Reparation - Repaired damaged relationship with God.

      • SIN - personal/private/on my own land!

      • TRESPASS - involves sin damage to another!.


  • Second Class of Offerings.

    • Consecration - Advanced the life of the worshipper.

      • BURNT

      • MEAT/MEAL/GRAIN

      • PEACE/FELLOWSHIP


Amos and Sacrifice ...

  • 22 Though ye offer me burnt offerings and your meat offerings, I will not accept them: neither will I regard the peace offerings of your fat beasts.

  • 23 Take thou away from me the noise of thy songs; for I will not hear the melody of thy viols.

  • 24 But let judgment run down as waters, and righteousness as a mighty stream. Amos 5

What offerings are missing?


  • They are offering sacrifices of CONSECRATION ….

    • But they are ignoring offerings of REPARATION - Repentance and broknessness, contrition of heart …

  • CONSECRATION MEANS NOTHING! …Apart from genuine repentance and honest confession before God …

  • Consecration follows repentance ...


  • Two Classes of Offerings

    • Reparation- Repair damaged relationship with God.ROMANS

      • SIN1 - 8

      • TRESPASS.9 - 11

    • Consecration - Advance the life of the worshipper.

      • BURNT12:1 - 2

      • MEAT/MEAL/GRAIN12:3 - 8

      • PEACE/FELLOWSHIP12:9 - f


Principle One

  • A Place of Death

    • Sacrifices call the death of three things …

      • Sin - the sin offering

        • Also, the trespass offering calls for restitution of wrongs associated with the life of sin.

      • Self - the burnt offering

        • An act of total consecration

      • Division - the peace/fellowship offering

        • Unity was the first thing disrupted by Lucifer’s sin, and reconciliation to God (vertical) and to man (horizontal) are represents a completion of work at the altar.


  • Altar Progression

    • Deal with SIN Get right with God

      • HOLINESS OF HEART OUT OF REPENTANCE

    • Deal with SELFStop living for self

      • WHOLE-LIFE CONSECRATION FOCUSED ON LIFE MISSION & PURPOSE

    • Deal with RELATIONSHIPS … Get right with others

      • HEALTHY RELATIONSHIPS RESULTING IN RECONCILIATION & FORGIVENESS - The Intrapersonal experience translated into interpersonal relationships


Principle Two

  • Sacrifice Draws

    the Fire of God

    • Leviticus 9:24

      And the fire of the Lord came out from before the Lord and consumed the burnt offering and the fat on the altar. When all the people saw it, they shouted and fell on their faces.


Principle Three

  • Don’t Let the Fire

    Go Out on the Altar

    of Sacrifice

    • The fire on the altar was “to ever be burning” - it was never to go out.

      Leviticus 6:13

      A fire shall always be burning on the altar, it shall never go out.


Principle Four

  • Days Begin and End

    At the Altar

    • Every morning & evening demanded a new burnt offering as a sacrifice for the nation.

      Exodus 29:38

      Now this is what you shall offer on the altar: two lambs of the first year, day by daycontinually. One lamb you shall offer in the morning, and the other lamb you shall offer at twilight.


Principle Five

  • Beware of Strange Fire

    • The firepans transported the “holy fire” when the tabernacle was in transition

    • Fire from the altar of sacrifice (brass altar) that was required to light the fire of incense, a type of prayer and worship (golden altar)


The Golden Altar


3. The altar is at the head of the cross, the foot of his glory …

THE FATHER’S GLORY

Ark of the Covenant

Golden Altar - Incense

Lampstand

Golden Table

Laver

Brass Altar

THE WORLD


The Brass Altar

The Brass Laver

The Golden Table

The Golden Lampstand

The Golden Altar

Blood - Redemption

Water - Sanctification

Bread - The Word

The Oil - Ministry of the Holy Spirit

Incense – Prayer/Worship

4. The Altar fulfills the Prayer Process represented by the Elements


Stacte

Onycha

Galbanum

Frankincense

Flows spontaneously

Comes from the depths

That which comes out of brokenness

That which is pure and sweet, holy and fragrant

The Ingredients - A Word PictureWhat kind of prayer reaches God?

The heart of all prayer … is worship!


Incense: A picture of worship ….

  • Mary took a pound of spikenard, very costly, and anointed the feet of Jesus, and wiped his feet with her hair; and the house was filled with the odor of the ointment. John 12:3

  • Costly

  • Broken

  • Poured out - wasted!

  • Offered as a servant … humbly!

  • Transforms the atmosphere with sweetness.


6. The Interactive Position of the believer in offering incense/prayer.

THE FATHER’S GLORY

Place of the Believer in Prayer and Worship

Lampstand – Fruit & Fire: the Spirit!

Golden Table – the Place of Bread …WORD


6. The Interactive Position of the believer in offering incense/prayer.

THE FATHER’S GLORY

Place of the Believer in Prayer and Worship

Lampstand – Fruit & Fire: the Spirit!

Golden Table – the Place of Bread …WORD


  • 7. The Power of Incense: What Happens when we pray?

  • God breaks his silence.

  • Angels are released.

  • Barrenness is broken

  • A prophetic voice is prepared - John!

  • Joy and gladness are promised

  • Many will turn to the Lord

  • Families will be healed

  • A people are prepared for a visitation from God


The Ark … and all of its contents are covered by “Mercy!”


The ark of the Covenant


The Tabernacle of Moses

  • The Altar - Ex. 27:1

  • The Laver - Ex. 30:18

  • The Table - Ex. 25:23

  • The Lampstand - Ex. 25: 31

  • The Golden Altar - Ex. 30:1

  • Removed in the time of Samuel & Eli

  • The Ark of the Covenant - Ex. 25:10

  • The Mercy Seat - Ex. 25:17


The Tabernacle of Moses


Inside the Holy Place


The Altar of Incense – A Pattern for Prayer

Praying through the Tabernacle of Moses


The Ark … and all of its contents are covered by “Mercy!”


The ark of the Covenant


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