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Jesus’ priesthood is more comparable to that of Melchizedek’s than it is to the priesthood which existed under the law of Moses. It was prophesied that He would be a priest forever according to the order of Melchizedek (Psalm 110:4 … Continue reading
The cities of refuge are mentioned several times in the Bible (Exodus 21:12-13; Numbers 35:9-34; Deuteronomy 4:41-43; 19:1-13; and Joshua 20:1-9). Out of the forty-eight cities given to the Levites, six were designated cities of refuge, and they were: on the … Continue reading
The book of Revelation is a book of symbols. The message was signified (Revelation 1:1). While some of the symbols may be difficult, there are many great lessons which are fairly easy to discern. Let us notice… The Seven Lampstands … Continue reading
There are several points of comparison to be made between the tabernacle and temple of old and the church. Let’s notice… The Expense The expense that went into constructing the tabernacle and temple of old was very great. The lampstand … Continue reading
It is helpful, to fully appreciate this metaphor, to understand the timing of Jesus’ words. The Feast of the Tabernacles had just occurred (John 7:2, 14, 37 cf. 8:2). Zondervan’s Pictorial Dictionary describes this feast saying, “It… historically commemorated the wanderings … Continue reading
Man cannot physically live very long without food and water. Four to six weeks without food is about the physical limits for most. Three to five days without water under even ideal circumstances is about the maximum for most. There … Continue reading