A beautifully-rendered and clear exploration of the Old Testament symbolism of the Tabernacle.
The tabernacle in the wilderness, which became the center of all worship of the children of Israel during their journeyings, was designed by God Himself in heaven. It was a perfect replica of something that already existed before; it is a picture, a type, and a foreshadow of the Lord Jesus Christ, where God meets man, and where deity and humanity meet in one person.
Every detail of the tabernacle points to some aspect of the person and work of our Savior. It then becomes, secondarily, a picture of the believer. And third, it provides a complete picture of the plan of salvation. . .
The Tabernacle is an inexhaustible subject of inexhaustible beauty. Within the pages of this book, these three pictures--of Christ, the believers, and the plan of salvation--are drawn with stimulating and expressive words to emphasize the message of "Christ in us, the hope of glory."