Exodus 29

29:1-4 In this section Moses describes the consecration of the priests for their service to God. The dedication of the tabernacle and the consecration of the priests occurred on the same day (vv. 12-15). Sin is pictured in Scripture as disease (Isa. 1:4-6), darkness...

Exodus 28

Israel was called to be “a kingdom of priests” (19:6) to reveal His glory and share His blessings with the nations. To do that they themselves had to be a holy people, and that’s where the Aaronic priesthood came in. They were to teach and model...

Exodus 27

27:1-8 The brazen altar also known as the “altar of burnt offering” (Lev. 4:7 10 18) was the largest piece of equipment placed in the courtyard of the tabernacle. It was 7 ½ feet square and 4 ½ feet tall. It was covered, not in gold as the items inside the Holy Place,...

Exodus 26

Exodus 26:1-6 We study the Tabernacle to understand God’s pattern of worship. The Tabernacle shows how sinful man can have fellowship with a holy God. The Hebrew word for tabernacle is mishkan, (“dwelling place.”) The tabernacle was a tent in which God dwelt among his...

Exodus 25

This chapter begins the section of God’s instructions for Israel in how to enter into a relationship with the Living God. The instructions for the tabernacle (25:1-31:18) and the instructions for the procedures (35:4-40:38) make up the majority of the rest of the Book...

Exodus 24

Exodus 24:1-2 The first two verses connect with 20:21, when God called Moses to ascend Mt. Sinai and bring with him the seventy elders, Aaron, and Aaron’s sons Nadab and Abihu. This chapter involves the confirming of the Covenant. In the previous chapters God...