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Welcome Yeshua’s Yeladim. We Love You!. Please Remember These Rules. Please don’t talk when others are talking. Please raise your hand if you would like to ask a question. Please keep your hands and feet to yourself . You must ask to leave the room . Shemot/Exodus 25:1 – 27:19.

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Please remember these rules
Please Remember These Rules

  • Please don’t talk when others are talking.

  • Please raise your hand if you would like to ask a question.

  • Please keep your hands and feet to yourself.

  • You must ask to leave the room.

Terumah offering

Shemot/Exodus 25:1 – 27:19

Terumah (Offering)

“The Mishkan”

The materials needed
The Materials Needed

  • Gold

  • Silver

  • Bronze

  • Acacia Wood

  • Special fabric and material

  • Jewels

Ark of the covenant
Ark of the Covenant

  • A wooden box

  • Covered in gold.

  • The top was solid gold and called the Mercy Seat

  • It had two cherub or angels on it.


  • 7 branch lamp stand

  • Made of solid gold

  • Gave light on the inside of the Mishkan.

The altar of incense
The Altar of Incense

  • A “mini” altar.

  • Made of wood and gold.

  • The priests would burn incense daily.

Table of showbread
Table of Showbread

  • Made of wood and gold.

  • A table where special bread was placed each day.

The mishkan
The Mishkan

  • The Mishkan was a tent with walls.

  • The walls were made of wood and gold.

    • Connected to each other by pegs

    • Slots on the top and bottom.

  • Heavy silver bands held each wall together.

  • The walls were covered with very beautiful material.

  • “The Veil” was hung on the inside to make two rooms.

The furniture location
The Furniture Location

  • The Holy Place:

    • The Menorah

    • Altar of Incense

    • Table of Showbread

  • The Holy of Holies:

    • The Ark of the Covenant

The altar of sacrifice
The Altar of Sacrifice

  • Larger version of the Altar of Incense.

  • Made of wood and bronze.

  • A ramp so the priests could walk to the top of the Altar.


  • A very large bowl made of bronze.

  • Held water that the priest used to wash their hands.

The courtyard
The Courtyard

  • A huge outer wall that surrounded the Mishkan.

    • White linen curtains

    • Large poles

  • The only way into the Mishkan was one large and very colorful gate.

  • The average person could only go into the courtyard

  • Only the priest could go into the Holy Place

  • Only the High Priest could go into the Holy of Holies.

The Gate

Why the mishkan
Why the Mishkan?

  • The Mishkan was a meeting place for God and the people.

  • It is like a living room:

    • Meet people

    • Eat

    • Talk about things

  • God wanted to remind the people that he is always with them.

Only one way
Only One Way

  • If the people wanted to meet God they had to go through THE GATE.

  • There was only one gate.

  • There was only one way into the Mishkan.

Yeshua and the mishkan
Yeshua and the Mishkan

  • Yeshua is “The Gate”

  • Yeshua said, “I am the Way, the Truth and the Life. No one comes to the Father but by me.”

Let s learn hebrew
Let's Learn Hebrew!

  • Mishkan

  • Tabernacle

What did we learn today
What Did We Learn Today?

  • The LORD gave Moses instructions on how to build the Mishkan

  • The people gave donations of gold, silver, bronze, wood, jewels, special fabrics and wood to build the Mishkan

  • Just like there was only one gate in the Mishkan, so Yeshua is the only way to heaven.