Exodus (Program #109) – The Altar of Burnt Offering (6)
On one end of the tabernacle was the Holy of Holies with the Ark of the Testimony. This piece of furniture was the very spot where God dwelt with man and where He could meet with man and speak to man. At the opposite end in the Outer Court of the tabernacle was the altar of burnt offering. This spot represents the very redeeming Christ who died for us and became the ultimate offering to God for man’s sin. These two items in the tabernacle represent the two most powerful aspects of the Christian experience; Christ’s redemption and God’s presence.
The message we are talking about is going to bring us into an appreciation of the altar and its relationship to the Ark of Testimony that we covered a few weeks ago…
Matthew (Program #19) – The Decree of the Kingdom’s Constitution (7)
In the Old Testament law it was unlawful for a man to commit murder or to commit adultery. But in the gospel of Matthew, in the New Testament even to hate someone or just to look upon someone with lust is to fall short of the standard of the kingdom of the heavens.