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Tabernacle PowerPoint allows you to use PowerPoint software to show images of the Tabernacle on a computer screen or project it using a digital projector. This fantastic teaching tool provides a look inside the Tabernacle and explains its many features, such as the Ark of the Covenant, the High Priest, the Golden Lampstand, and the Sacrifice. Participants will recognize Christ throughout the teaching.
Requires Microsoft PowerPoint 2001 or higher installation (this CD Does not come with the PowerPoint application). Requires Adobe Acrobat/Reader to print the slides as handouts. Tabernacle PowerPoint contains PC and MAC versions.
The Tabernacle PowerPoint includes full-color illustrations and detailed descriptions of each of these features, their measurements, their purposes, as well as Scripture references:
- The Gate of the Court
- Court Fence
- Brazen Altar
- Laver of Bronze
- Holy Place
- Golden Lampstand
- Table of Showbread (Shewbread)
- Altar of Incense
- Most Holy Place (Holy of Holies)
- Ark of the Covenant
- Mercy Seat
- The Cloud and Pillar of Fire
- The High Priest and His Holy Garments
The teaching offers in-depth information on the Ark of the Covenant:
- A physical description of the Ark
- Its purpose
- Where it rested in the Tabernacle
- The Day of Atonement and the Mercy Seat
- Where God dwelled and spoke to the Priest
|Format: ZIP Document|
Vendor: Rose Publishing
|Publication Date: 2000|
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" PowerPoint(R) contains more than 120 slide frames, 50 colorful illustrations, charts, and diagrams. View it on a computer screen or use a digital projector. PowerPoint(R) CD contains PC and MAC versions, and worksheets and handouts in PDF format."
"The Tabernacle" PowerPoint(R) is an amazing tool for teaching believers how God instructed the 12 Tribes of Israel to worship him on the journey to the Promised Land. The presentation features a cutaway illustration of the Tabernacle to provide an inside view of the layout and contents of its interior, as well as how the encampment was arranged around it. The presentation covers in detail the elements of the Tabernacle including illustrations and details of these five areas: An introduction to the Tabernacle The Courtyard The Holy Place The Most Holy Place (Holy of Holies) The High Priest and the Day of Atonement Pastors and teachers love this amazing teaching on the Tabernacle. The PowerPoint(R) goes through the Tabernacle exterior and interior feature-by-feature explaining their importance to Old Testament worship as well as its reflection found in the New Testament worship of Jesus. The Tabernacle PowerPoint(R) includes full-color illustrations and detailed descriptions of each of these features, their measurements, their purposes, as well asScripture references: The Gate of the Court Court Fence Brazen Altar Offerings Laver of Bronze Tabernacle Holy Place Golden Lampstand Table of Showbread (Shewbread) Altar of Incense Veil Most Holy Place (Holy of Holies) Ark of the Covenant Mercy Seat The Cloud and Pillar of Fire The High Priest and His Holy Garments The teaching offers in-depth information on the Ark of the Covenant: A physical description of the Ark Its purpose Where it rested in the Tabernacle The Day of Atonement and the Mercy Seat Where God dwelled and spoke to the Priest Students gain new insight into the role of the High Priest: Qualifications Clothing and the purpose of the 11 specific items found in scriptures, such as the Turban (or Mitre), onyx stones on shoulders, and breastplate with 12 precious stones Service of the High Priest Aaron, the High Priest Jesus, the better High Priest Another excellent feature of "The Tabernacle PowerPoint(R) "is its flexibility. Pastors and teachers can present the PowerPoint(R) in one setting or as a series of study sessions. Once loaded onto a computer, the teacher has flexibility as to how the information is presented: Rearrange the format for specific environment or time considerations Present at the speed that's best for study participants Or use only a portion of the information for a special presentation "The Tabernacle" PowerPoint(R) reproducible worksheet include: A diagram of the Tabernacle, its main elements, and how the 12 tribes of Israel encamped around it A Chart of the Seven Steps to Worshipping God in the Tabernacle (Steps 1-4 and 5-7) A one-page explanation of sacrifices in the Tabernacle An explanation of symbolism in the Tabernacle and Patterns of WorshipThe Ark of the Covenant and the Mercy Seat The Cherubim A map of the Journey of the Ark of the Covenant Fascinating Facts About the Tabernacle
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