Exodus 25: The Tabernacle

The book of Exodus describes the mighty redemption of Israel out of slavery in Egypt. They are saved to a new relationship with God, formed into a royal priesthood and a holy nation. This remarkable transformation is inaugurated at Mount Sinai, in Exodus 19-20. Stuart Holman hosts this series of short devotionals, reflecting from a Christian perspective on all that took place at Mount Sinai.

2 thoughts on “Exodus 25: The Tabernacle

  1. Brian Parkins February 18, 2021 / 5:39 pm

    What happened to The Tabernacle?


    • Stuart February 18, 2021 / 5:47 pm

      Ultimately the tabernacle was replaced by the temple, which Solomon built. The Ark of the Covenant was variously stolen, returned and mis-used during the reign of the Judges and Saul. David eventually brought it to Jerusalem, and Solomon installed it in the new temple. By the time of the destruction of the temple by the Babylonians (Nebuchadnezzar et.al.) the Ark seems to have ‘disappeared’, perhaps destroyed along with the temple.
      Centuries later, it was discovered by an American Adventurer named Indiana Jones…. (-;

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