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Prophetic Patterns in the Tabernacle Video
Why was the Tabernacle built in a certain fashion?
As seen on TV, these DVDs have aired on GSN – Genesis Science Network. This content was also the basis for several episodes of “Creation in the 21st Century with David Rives” on TBN. It is not the program that aired, but the official Videos on which the shows were based.
Dr. Chuck Thurston, MD looks at the Tabernacle in the Wilderness, and how it reveals a pattern of New Testament events.
We’ve all heard of the Tabernacle in the wilderness that the Israelites set up to be the dwelling place of God’s presence… But is there more to the design of the tabernacle that we haven’t considered? Why was God SO specific when giving the instructions for its design?
Could there be a pattern there since Old Testament times which would relate to the coming of our Savior in the New Testament? Learn more in Prophetic Patterns in the Tabernacle Video
What about the human body, designed to be a tabernacle, or dwelling place for the Holy Spirit? Find out as we explore the relations between the Tabernacle in the wilderness and patterns found throughout the scriptures… even found in us, as human beings.
Ann (verified owner) –
This was amazing! It confirmed something God has been showing me recently in His word. When Dr. Thurston showed how the tabernacle is actually a picture of the cell in our bodies and that God’s word in the Ark of the Covenant is a representation of our DNA, the truth of Revelation 22:18-19 became very clear. This passage tells us that adding to or taking away from God’s word is a bad thing. God’s word is perfect, inerrant and complete. It doesn’t need to be added to or taken away. God always gives us a physical truth to confirm a spiritual truth (Romans 1:19-20), so I believe these verses apply to our book of life, our DNA. The Bible really does know best, and we need to read it and obey it for in doing so, we shall do well. (2 Peter 1:19)