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Life's Greatest Privilege (9 Of 12)
Series: Victory in the Wilderness
Dr. Stan Coffey
Exodus 26:31 Hebrews 10:19
August 21, 1988
INTRODUCTION: The Old Testament Tabernacle was a house in which the Jews worshipped. It was 30 cubits long, 10 cubits wide and was divided into two rooms. The outer room was 10 feet by 20 feet and was called the holy place and the inner room was 10 feet by 10 feet by 10 feet and was called the holy of holies or the most holy place. Between these two rooms was a veil or a curtain. That is the subject of this lesson today. This veil pictured the Lord Jesus Christ. It divided between the golden altar (altar of incense) and the ark of the covenant. Once a year the high priest and only the high priest would take blood, lift up the corner of the veil and go in. But now, through the blood of Jesus, a way has been made into the holy of holies for all those who will believe on Christ.
I. THE PATTERN OF THE VEIL - verse 31
A. The colors of the veil
1. Blue - speaks of the sonship of Christ
2. Purple - speaks of the sovereignty of Christ - I Timothy 6:14 and 15
3. Scarlet - speaks of the sacrifice of Christ - Hebrews 9:22
4. White - speaks of the sinlessness of Christ - Revelation 19:8
B. The four pillars of the veil
1. The veil was suspended on four pillars - verse 32
2. The four pillars speak of the four gospels that present Christ and upon which the biogr ...
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