Alison Marshall

Alison Marshall is a New Zealand born believer in Jesus and has been a Tour Guide for the Tabernacle in the Wilderness since 1999 at Timna Park in Israel.

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The Glorious Relationship with God — An Overview of the Tabernacle – Part 5

The Glorious Relationship with God — An Overview of the Tabernacle – Part 5

One day a year (Day of Atonement / Yom Kippur), the High Priest would enter through the third veil into the Holy of Holies, with hot holy coals, incense, and blood (Lev.16). This veil had golden Cherubim embroidered on it. A picture, or reminder, of the Cherubim God placed east of Eden guarding the way back to the Tree of Life (Ex.26:31; Gen.3:24).

The Fervent Fellowship with God — An Overview of the Tabernacle – Part 4

The Fervent Fellowship with God — An Overview of the Tabernacle – Part 4

Every morning and evening, the High Priest would enter through the second veil which was the entrance to the Holy Place. Each time he had to bring fresh hot coals from the sacrificial altar along with a special mix of incense for the golden altar, and he had to refill the crushed, pure oil in the seven lamps of the Menorah and trim the wicks so it would keep burning.

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