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The Meaning of the Free Will Offerings
Gold represents God's deity.
Silver represents redemption and atonement.
Bronze suggests strength and judgment.
Precious stones represent God's children.
God chose specific materials for the building of the tabernacle because He wanted the tabernacle patterned after heavenly things.
So far, this study of A Woman's Heart has focused heavily on God's desire to be here with His people. His desire is to be present with us. His Old Testament tabernacle was to provide such a place. God wanted the Israelites to build a place where He could be present with His children and He wanted that place to be patterned after heavenly things. What a beautiful picture!Who serve a copy and shadow of the heavenly things, just as Moses was warned by God when he was about to erect the tabernacle; for, “See,” He says, “that you make all things according to the pattern which was shown you on the mountain.” - Hebrews 8:5
Beth digs deeper in her Bible studies. She digs a deeper into the meaning of the freewill offerings and the materials needed for the tabernacle. She talks about which offerings will survive the test of fires, which offerings will be burned up, and how this relates to our own offerings today.
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