Part 4- Revealed Treasures Of The Tabernacle

1 month

Study Guide:


00:00:00 - The Purpose of the Fivefold Ministry

00:06:15 - Access to the Holiest of All

00:12:27 - The Many Dwelling Places

00:19:07 - The Way to the Father

00:25:32 - The Light Shines Through the Cracks

00:31:45 - The Third Door Ministry

00:38:35 - Praying in Unity with the Father

00:44:43 - The Power of Unified Prayer

00:50:58 - The Promise of Another Helper

00:57:15 - The Importance of Keeping the Commandments

01:03:35 - The Eastern Gate and the Rising Sun

01:09:33 - Adjusting to Increasing Light

01:16:02 - The Uniqueness of the Begotten Son

01:21:51 - Entering the New Jerusalem

01:28:10 - The Outer Court and the Altar

01:34:35 - Sacrifice on the Altar

01:40:52 - The Altar of Judgment

01:47:24 - Burning Rebellion in the Altar

01:53:33 - The Importance of the Altar in Experiencing God's Authority

02:00:11 - The Supernatural Fire at the Altar

02:06:42 - The Importance of Baptism

02:13:06 - Calling out of Darkness into His Marvelous Light

02:19:24 - Baptism and Continuous Washing of the Word

02:25:33 - The Importance of Listening to Sermons

02:31:30 - The Call from the Curtain

02:37:31 - The Glorious Light that Shines in the Day and in the Night

02:43:46 - Conclusion and Benediction

Key insights ๐ŸŒŸ The tearing of the veil symbolizes the invitation for all to enter into the fullness of the glory of Almighty Yahweh. ๐Ÿ™Œ The Spirit of restoration was the true miracle of the day of Pentecost. ๐Ÿ™ When you get beyond the third door, you'll begin to ask in my name, praying the same prayer as Yahweh for all of creation to become sons of yah. ๐Ÿ“– The mistranslation of "only begotten son" in John 3:16 has led to a misunderstanding of the true meaning of the verse. ๐Ÿ“– The Bible is a total replication of itself from Genesis to Revelation, with the 12 tribes of Israel being a key element throughout. ๐Ÿ‘ The act of laying hands on the animal to transfer sin, and tying it to the horns of the altar, symbolizes the concept of staying on the altar and not running when the fire gets hot in our spiritual walk.