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Free PowerPoint Sermon: Tabernacle pt. 10 – Our Humble Servant


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Tabernacle pt. 10 — Presentation Transcript

The Tabernacle in the Wilderness pt. 10

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Everything About the Tabernacle Points to Jesus

The First Covering Reminded Us of Our Divine Christ (four colors & angels)

The Second Cover Reminded us of Our Sin & Jesus Our Sin Offering

The Third Cover Reminds Us of the Blood Jesus Which Bought Our Salvation

Ram’s Skin Dyed Red

“…you were not bought with things that can pass away, like silver or gold…. Instead, you were bought by the priceless blood of Christ…

Pet. 1:18-19

Now, The Fourth Cover Reminds Us of Our Humble Servant

This Badger Skin cover is plain and brown – it hides all the treasure within!

It reminds us of when Jesus came as a plain, ordinary man… yet, He was God within.

Jesus Wasn’t Good Looking

“…he grew up like a young plant, like a root out of dry ground. He was not well-formed or especially handsome; we saw him, but his appearance did not attract us.”Is.53

Jesus had an Unimpressive Background

“Nazareth! Can anything good come from there?” Nathanael asked. “Come and see,” said Philip.” Jn.1: 45-46

“What kind of cities have you given me, brother?” he asked. So he named it the region of Cabul [Good for Nothing]. (They’re still called that today.) 1Kings 9: 13

Jesus Likely had a Lower  Class Speech Pattern

“Later, those who stood around said to Peter again, ‘For sure you are one of them. You are from the country of Galilee. You talk like they do.’” Mark 14:69-71

Jesus had a ‘Blue Collar,’ Working Earthly Dad

“Then they scoffed, ‘He’s just the carpenter’s son, and we know Mary, his mother, and his brothers…’”Mat.13: 55

His Parents Had Very Little Money

“Her first son was born. She put cloth around Him and laid Him in a place where cattle are fed. There was no room for them in the place where people stay for the night.” Luke.2: 7

Jesus has Outcasts as Friends

“He is even a friend of tax collectors and sinners.”

Mat.11: 19

Jesus Died Like a Common Criminal

“He was considered a criminal, but the truth is, he carried away the sins of many.” Is.53: 12

“The world was made through him, but the world did not know him.” John 1:10

Only His Children Really Understand Him

“We know God’s Son has come. He has given us the understanding to know Him Who is the true God.”

1 John 5:20

Just as the Tabernacle looked like only a simple brown tent in a barren wilderness…

And, just as Jesus looked like a poor man, from a poor family, from the worst side of town, who died like a criminal…

To some, the Gospel seems foolish, narrow minded and old fashioned . They can’t understand why believers love Jesus so! They just don’t see Him like His children see Him.

He cannot understand them because he does not have the Holy Spirit to help him understand. ” 1 Cor. 2:14

Both the Gospel & Believers in Christ, seem to be of very little value in the unbeliever’s eye, but they are spiritually blind.

In Truth:

The Tabernacle

The Man Jesus

The Gospel &

The Believer

Are full of the glory of God

“The Kingdom of God is within you.”

Luke 17:21

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No, I Am Not Ashamed

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