enter site Not a stately Messiah that would triumph over government oppression with military grandeur, but a Messiah consecrated as a kingly-priest who would come to serve and would offer up Himself as the ultimate sacrifice, satisfying all that is required of a holy God. As a missionary and evangelist, this book has helped better equip me to show people that Jesus Christ was not only prophesied in the Old Testament Scripture, but in the very Tabernacle, the place where Jews worshipped and offered up sacrifices to the Lord Jehovah.
The Tabernacle--Shadows of the Messiah: Its Sacrifices, Services, and Priesthood eBook: David M. Levy: xysagarevefe.tk: Kindle Store. The Tabernacle: Shadows of the Messiah and millions of other books are available for Amazon Kindle. The Tabernacle: Shadows of the Messiah (Its Sacrifices, Services, and Priesthood) Paperback – September 1, DAVID M. LEVY is a dynamic and popular Bible expositor whose clear.
The question is begged, how many other things in our lives point to Christ, and yet we remain oblivious to it? This makes for great conversation with non-believers and skeptics alike who may question the deity of Christ. This book was also instrumental in defining a few theological terms in a very concise and succinct way.
However, I caution Christians to read this very carefully. Just because Levy claims something doesn't mean its true. Good research will always include references and sources for which this book seems to lack. Although I enjoyed this book, some of the symbology behind certain elements of the Tabernacle did seem a bit of a stretch.
I can certainly see many things contained in the Tabernacle as having pointing to Christ, but not every miniscule detail and every fiber of the Tabernacle. There are no references to some of the author's conclusions. For instance, he claims the white byssus yarn woven into the veil symbolizes the purity and righteousness of Christ. How does the author know this? Isn't this speculative? There are no Biblical or extra-Biblical references to support this. Furthermore, Levy claims the acacia wood overlaid with gold that comprises the various altars and tables within the Tabernacle symbolize the union of Christ's humanity with His divine nature.
Again, isn't this speculative? Is there a reference to this either in the Bible or any other material? I'm afraid there is some over allegorizing or over spiritualizing things that occurred in this book. Certainly, many aspects of the Tabernacle indeed points to Christ with Scriptural evidence to support it.
But, there are many more that the author simply takes liberty with. In the end, I highly recommend this book for all of those who have been called to share the Gospel with non-believers because it shows the deity of Christ and points everyone to the need for a Savior.
I also highly recommend this book to teachers of the Word, including pastors to solidify the fact that Christ is indeed God and He plays out not only in the New Testament gospels, but all throughout the Old Testament as well. And in particular, this book would be most instrumental to Jews who may be open to seeing how Jesus may really be the Jewish Messiah.
Mar 13, Amber rated it it was ok Shelves: faith. I really wanted to enjoy this book, but had a very difficult time with how Mr.
Levy presents information. Throughout the book he claims what certain items symbolize without giving the reader any idea how he came to that conclusion, or will only back it up with generalizations. There is a lot of great information in the book, but he could have done a better job putting it together.
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