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The Pattern Simplified

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Learning #1
The Door

This simplified illustration is to show the relationship of the parts of the Tabernacle Pattern, so it can be used as an aid in helping the student learn the ways that Yahweh thinks and works using this simple pattern as a principle.

As we continue to study with this concept in our materials, the use and value of this pattern will become far more practical and thoughtfully important to the student.


We are looking at this pattern from the bottom up to the top to see how the CRA (court round about-1st part) relates to HP (holy place-2nd.part). The line between these two parts represents the door (1st veil) that leads into the sanctuary or tent.  We will make this more plain as we go along. Next there is the MHP (most holy place-3rd part), and the line that is between the HP and the MHP represents a heavy veil (wall to wall with no door). And keep in mind that each part (compartment) also has its own inner functioning.

What is important to know for now is that it is just like the human body:  The stomach or abdominal cavity (CRA) with its own inner activity, and the chest cavity (HP) with its own inner functioning, and there is a diaphragm that separates these two cavities. Then there is the head cavity (MHP) that has its own unique functioning, and the neck between the two has arteries, veins and thyroid that are like the veil that separates between HP and the Most Holy Place.

Even though each of these three cavities has its own exclusive inner functioning, they are a unity, because they make up one human body just like the three Tabernacle compartments make just one complete Tabernacle  This awareness and knowledge will become vital in your learning and understanding of the power and supernal nature (Godhead) of Yahweh.  And, what we are talking about is directly related to this bible quote:

Romans 1:19-20 (KJV)

Because that which may be known of God is manifest in them; for God hath shewed it unto them.  For the invisible things of him from the creation of the world are clearly seen, being understood by the things that are made, even his eternal power and Godhead; so that they are without excuse:

This quote is extremely important to us, because it points our attention to where and how Yahweh first revealed and demonstrated this knowledge.  It was given to one particular man, Moses, and then to the chosen people: the Hebrews, also called Israelites or the children of Israel. And this knowledge of the tabernacle pattern shows us a threefold principle we must learn to apply in our reasoning: because it takes the physical to understand the spiritual.   

In the Book of Hebrews 8:4-6 (KJV) the apostle Saul wrote of it this way. . .

For if he [the Messiah] were on earth, he should not be a priest, seeing that there are priests that offer gifts according to the law: Who serve unto the example and shadow of heavenly things, as Moses was admonished of God when he was about to make the tabernacle: for, See, saith he, that thou make all things according to the pattern shewed to thee in the mount.

But now hath he obtained a more excellent ministry, by how much also he is the mediator of a better covenant, which was established upon better promises [this indicating that the physical system of worship with the Hebrews (Jews) was pointing to the reality which is the true spiritual kingdom and worship].

At this school we will show and explain these things more fully and clearly. So as you study with us and think deeply on these things, the pieces will begin to come together.  We will certainly be adding more illustrations and explanations as we continue. 

We are vigilant in our efforts to provide a maximum user friendly interaction and learning experience. But you may fine some area that is not finished or where some features may not work as they should; so please bear with us. Much like a fetus in the womb: our campus and studies are formed and developed according to the tabernacle-pattern which serves as a universal principle. Because the pattern, as a principle, is a threefold structure; therefore the development of our university and learning programs are also arranged in three parts.  Once our programs are completed the student or learner should be greatly benefited from this structured and systematic way of learning.  The Book of Exodus is the source for our direction in this task (see Exodus 25:8-9, 40; Hebrews 8:3-5).