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Tabernacle or Temple

Question Meeting

Oct 16th, 2009 | By | Category: Character Studies, Miscellanious Topics, Tabernacle or Temple

When discussing the first question we see the proper understanding of the statement and how it harmonizes with being “wise as a serpent and harmless as a dove.” We come to realize our role and how we must have and deal with others with love and respect.

Grieving the holy Spirit is a very comprehensive study of which this meeting only touches the surface. We can grieve the Spirit by willfully putting ourselves in situations that would be harmful to the New Creature, or to avoid a situation or confrontation with another Christian because of fear of man, fear of losing that fellowship instead of fear of losing God’s fellowship. Compromising on principle will grieve the holy Spirit as will procrastination and foolish speaking, or any violation of our conscience.

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The Book of Ruth

Jul 17th, 2009 | By | Category: Miscellanious Topics, MP3 Sermons (Click on Sermon name), Tabernacle or Temple

The book of Ruth is a love story much in the way Song of Solomon is a love story with very deep significance. Br. Frank very adeptly goes into the nuances of this love story and its spiritual significance. Ruth is a picture of the church, who embraces the Sarah Covenant (Naomi) and who is redeemed by Boaz. Its a very touching story which we don’t want to give too much of it away in the this description, but encourage all to listen and you will come away with a greater appreciation of the Word of God.

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The Laver

May 4th, 2009 | By | Category: Tabernacle or Temple

Bible Study on the Laver of the Tabernacle, but touching on the laver of the Temple and the glassy see of Revelation. One thing is omitted in the Scriptures when describing the “Laver.” That is dimensions. The purpose of this study is to study the little details that don’t come up in regular studies because the time isn’t usually spent. This study brings out the significance of it being “copper” and the significance of copper in the Tabernacle itself. Also the purpose of the Laver, what it was made of and the women who stood at the door of the Tabernacle, then finally when understanding the Laver in the Tabernacle as well as the Tabernacle itself, one is prepared to understand the relationship and symbols of the Throne Scene in Revelation.

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Holy Incense

Apr 8th, 2009 | By | Category: Character Studies, Tabernacle or Temple

Sermon: God gave Israel a recipe for a special incense that was only to be used in the Tabernacle. The penalty for making this for private use or curiosity was death! What was so special about this incense that God wanted it all for Himself? We are given four ingredients: stacte, onycha, galbanum; and frankincense. All four are a resin or gum, and all four involve the “bleeding” or “wounding” of the plant, something of a sacrifice, and all four have very special spiritual significance for the Christian. Find out the spiritual meanings of these “sweet perfumes” that the Lord is pleased with and wants offered to Him.

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Golden Incense Altar

Apr 7th, 2009 | By | Category: Character Studies, Tabernacle or Temple

This Bible study on the Golden Prayer and Incense altar goes into great detail on its construction and purpose. The more we understand the literal details the more we are able to understand and see the spiritual significance. The Altar was situated right before the 2nd veil, the spiritual reason for that is to show the importance to prayer. God’s presence is in the Most Holy and the smoke from the incense would go over the veil and into the Most Holy, the presence of God Himself. Also brought out in this study is how we as Christians can offer strange incense like Nadab and Abihu. We are told elsewhere that God will not accept our prayers if we have aught with our brother until we first go and rectify things, or if we are living in a sinful way, our prayers can become sin if we are unrepentant and unchanging.

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Ezekiel Chapters 36-43 An Overview

Apr 6th, 2009 | By | Category: Miscellanious Topics, Prophetic, Psalm 83 and Gog & Magog, Tabernacle or Temple

This discourse considers chapters 36-42 of the Book of Ezekiel together to get the whole scenario of this End-Time prophecy. The message in Chapter 36 is to encourage Israel that they will again be settled in their land and that He (God) will humble the gentile nations (specially Gog of Magog) in the future. Next we travel to the vision of the “Valley of Dry Bones.” We see the bones have come back together with sinew and flesh, but the “Breath” cannot occur until after the destruction of Gog in Jacob’s Trouble. The analogy of the graves in this vision is explained in the parable of the Rich man and Lazarus, which has to do with the Nation of Israel. Next we go onto the building of Ezekiel’s Temple (the Third Temple), which also occurs after Jacob’s Trouble because of the promise that there will be no Canaanite in the house of the Lord!

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Deuteronomy 23

Mar 26th, 2009 | By | Category: Character Studies, Miscellanious Topics, Tabernacle or Temple

Bible Study-Br. Frank Shallieu-Deuteronomy Chapter 23 starts off with a list of criteria for acceptance into the congregation of the Lord, or should I say a list of unacceptableness before the LORD. Since we as Christians are of the Congregation of the LORD, there is a spiritual significance to each one of us. This study goes in detail on what these flaws or violations mean to the Christian and how they show character defects that God is not pleased with. November 13, 1983.

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Disqualifications for the High Priest

Mar 26th, 2009 | By | Category: Character Studies, Tabernacle or Temple

Bible Study–Frank Shallieu- Exploring the Antitypical significance of the disqualifications of the High Priest for the Christian who is called to be of the Royal Priesthood. What does it mean to be brokenfooted, lame, crooktback, flatnosed, scabbed or a blemish in the eye? What are the lessons to be learned?

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Korah’s Rebellion – Numbers 16

Mar 25th, 2009 | By | Category: Character Studies, Tabernacle or Temple

An indepth look into the rebellion that the Levite Korah instigated to usurp leadership of the Priesthood. He did not understand or care to understand that God selected Aaron, he thought he was just as good and should have a share in the work of the Tabernacle. This is a look at the character of Korah and his cohorts and the retribution that they received for their actions

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David and Solomon’s Overlapping Reign; High Priest Blemishes

Mar 16th, 2009 | By | Category: Character Studies, Prophetic, Tabernacle or Temple

This lesson discusses the significance of David and Solomon’s reign overlapping. Then it goes into Deuteronomy and covers the blemishes (in their symbolic meanings) that would disqualify a man from being High Priest over God’s heritage. What is the spiritual significance of having a crooktback, being brokenfooted, flat nosed, being a dwarf, broken stones and lame and so forth. These disqualifcations show character flaws that will keep us out of the Kingdom, keep us from being the Bride of Christ.

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