Detailed illustrations and facts are provided following the history of the temple from the Tabernacle in the wilderness to the temple built by King Solomon, Zerubbabel, and Herod's Temple, the one Jesus knew. Purposes and functions of the furnishings required by God are explained and given meanings they have for believers today. As the center of Jewish worship and sacrifice, a study of the temple will give a more complete understanding or intorduction to the role of Christ in a believer's life. 12 full-color, laminated panels unfold to 33 inches long, but fit inside most Bible covers - 8.5 x 5.5 inches.
The Temple pamphlet shows beautiful pictures of the Old Testament Temple built by King Solomon and the New Testament Temple where Jesus taught. These Temples were places of worship that were built by using donations from kings and commoners. The Temple was built to honor God and to house the Ark according to the instructions given by God. Drawn to Bible measurements, the illustrations show and explain all of the important features: the Ark of the Covenant, the veil, the Holy Place, the Most Holy Place, the bronze pillars, the "Sea," the Bronze Altar, and the cherubim. Includes charts and diagrams. Pamphlet has 12 panels and unfolds to 33" long. 8.5" x 5.5" folded. Also available as a wall chart on p. 18.