A Joined Tabernacle
- Speaker: Bryant Bailles
- Summary: The Tabernacle was a tent-like structure that was created as a representation of God’s presence among His people. But what did the Tabernacle look like and what can we learn from its design? In this lesson, we study God’s design for the Tabernacle’s structure in Exodus 26, and how its design reflects God’s design for the church’s structure today.
- Passage: Exodus 26
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