The Tabernacle

Created By: Elle and Emma

The Design

The Tabernacle was designed by God as a place where the priest could make atonement for the people's sins. God planned out the tabernacle to the last detail. God's instrutions for the tabernacle were just this.

What was Used?

They were asked to give offerings to God for the Tabernacle. Some these offerings were, gold, silver, bronze, blue, purple, scarlet, fine yarn, goat's hair, ram skins dyed red, fine leather, acacia wood, oil for the light, spices for the anointing oil and fragrant incense, onyx stones, and other gems to be set in the ephod and breast piece.


The Tabernacle was made out of 2,800 lbs. of gold, 6,700 lbs. of bronze, and 9,600 lbs. of silver.

The Tabernacle at a Glance

The tabernacle was the place that God commanded Moses to build, and that he designed to show the image of Jesus Christ. The tabernacle was the sacred place that the people built for God to dwell among them, but that doesn't mean that it wasn't expensive to build. The tabernacle today would cost approximately 56 million dollars to build!
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The Building of the Tabernacle

Thursday, Dec. 11th, 9pm

somewhere In Africa or Asia

The Cloud

When the Israelites finished the tabernacle the Presence of God came into it. Above the tabernacle came something like a cloud in the daytime it would guide them in a "cloud" form, and at night it would appear as a pillar of fire. This is the same pillar of fire that protected the Israelites from the Egyptians as they crossed the Red Sea. God's presence was within that pillar and it protected the Israelites because they are God's chosen people.
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