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The sanctuary power point

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The sanctuary power point

  1. 1.  What is the purpose?  Why it is that God has a sanctuary?  Why is it that we cannot see our God face to face?  What happened?
  2. 2. •Deu 4:24 •1 Peter 1:7 •1 Cor 3:12, 13
  3. 3. “If you cling to self, refusing to yield your will to God, you are choosing death. To sin, wherever found, God is a consuming fire. If you choose sin, and refuse to separate from it, the presence of God, which consumes sin, must consume you.” Thoughts on the Mount of Blessing 62
  4. 4. “We have such an high priest… a minister of the sanctuary, and of the true tabernacle…” Hebrews 8:1-2
  5. 5.  Heavenly Sanctuary –Exodus 15:17  Mosaic Sanctuary—Exodus 25:8  Solomon’s Temple—1 Kings 5:5  Ezekiel’s Temple—Ezekiel 40-48  Zerubabbel’s Temple (Herod’s Temple)—Haggai 2:7, 9  Jesus Christ—John 2:18-20  Each of Us—1 Corthanians 6:19-20; 3:16, 17  Church of Christ—1 Peter 2:5  New Jerusalem—Revelation 21:2, 3
  6. 6.  God’s Dilemma?  Key to the Sanctuaries?
  7. 7.  Zech 3:1-7
  8. 8. “Righteousness is obedience to the law. The law demands righteousness, and this the sinner owes to the law; but he is incapable of rendering it. The only way in which he can attain to righteousness is through faith. By faith he can bring to God the merits of Christ, and the Lord places the obedience of His Son to the sinner's account. Christ's righteousness is accepted in place of man's failure, and God receives, pardons, justifies, the repentant, believing soul, treats him as though he were righteous, and loves him as He loves His Son.
  9. 9. “This is how faith is accounted righteousness; and the pardoned soul goes on from grace to grace, from light to a greater light. He can say with rejoicing, "Not by works of righteousness which we have done, but according to His mercy He saved us, by the washing of regeneration, and renewing of the Holy Ghost; which He shed on us abundantly through Jesus Christ our Saviour; that being justified by His grace, we should be made heirs according to the hope of eternal life" (Titus 3:5-7).” Faith and Works 101
  10. 10.  Christ’s Righteousness  Not my own!!  Laodicean Message  Inside the sin problem is being dealt with, but still covered from the outside!
  11. 11.  5 cubits x 5 cubits square, 3 cubits tall  Shittim wood overlaid w/brass  4 horns on the 4 corners  Fire light by God to be continually burning
  12. 12.  Brass looking mirror’s of the women  Foot basin & hand bowl to wash
  13. 13.  Daily Activities  From 9am-3pm  All different types of sacrifices & offerings  9am & 3pm sacrifices  Yearly Feasts:  Passover  Feast of Unleavened Bread  Feast of First Fruits  Feast of Weeks  Blowing of the Trumpets  Day of Atonement  Feast of Tabernacles
  14. 14.  Priest had to be 30 yrs old to begin service  First sacrifice & Last sacrifice was done for the day by the priests for the children of Israel.  Sin offering (Lev. 15)  Lamb, 2 turtle doves, handful of flour  Spotless  North side  Fat
  15. 15. We still have the sin problem to deal with…
  16. 16.  Table of Shewbread  2 cubits x 1 cubit, 1 ½ cubits tall  2 crowns around the top  Two stacks of bread, 6 in each stack  Changed the bread every Sabbath  7 Golden Candlestick  Made of 1 Talent of Gold  Beaten into shape  Alter of Incense  1 cubit x 1 cubit, 2 cubits tall  4 horns on the corners of the alter  1 crown around the top  Incense burned on top
  17. 17.  Sprinkle blood on four horns of alter of incense  Recorded sin/covered by blood of sacrifice  Trim candlestick wicks, and replenish oil
  18. 18.  God’s Dilemma?  Key to the Sanctuaries?  Courtyard represents?  When Christ ascended up to heaven, where did He go?  How do we know that?  What is the practical application of the Holy Place?
  19. 19.  Passover  Feast of Unleavened Bread  Feast of the First Fruits  Feast of Weeks (Pentecost)  Blowing of the Trumpets  Day of Atonement  Feast of Tabernacles
  20. 20.  14th & 15th day of the 1st month  Lamb that was slain (Ex 12:3)  No broken Bones (Ex 12:46)  Lamb without blemish (Ex 12:5)  Sprinkled Blood  Meant a ‘passing over’; Salvation from a death threat (Ex 12:13)  They were to eat Bitter Herbs  No Leaven within the house Christ our Passover is sacrificed for us.” 1 Cor. 5:7  14th & 15th day of the 1st month  Christ, the Lamb of God (Jn 1:29)  No broken Bones (Jn 19:36)  Without blemish (1 Pet 1:19)  Sprinkled Blood  Means a ‘passing over’ of our sins that bring the wages of sin (Rom 3:25)  Christ’s experience on the cross was a very bitter one  Leaven=Sin; Christ, though he took on our sin, knew NO sin himself! Fulfilled: TIME & EVENTS
  21. 21.  16th day of the 1st month  No harvest to be done till they had waved the first handful before the Lord. (Lev 23:11) “Christ… is become the firstfruits of them that slept.” 1 Cor. 15:20  16th day of the 1st month  Christ, the First fruits of those who raise from the graves. Must be presented before God. (Jn 1:29) Fulfilled: TIME & EVENTS
  22. 22.  50 days after the Waving of the Firstfruits  Loaves of leavened bread waved before the Lord to receive His blessing on the yield of labor (Lev 23:17) “Christ… ascended up on high… and gave gifts unto men.” Eph. 4:8  50 days after Christ ascended was Pentecost  The Holy Spirit was poured out upon man (bread made with leaven) Acts 2:1-4 Fulfilled: TIME & EVENTS
  23. 23. Symbolic Chart of Jewish Feast Days Jewish Year Christian Era Passover Feast of Unleaven Bread and Bitter herbs Feast of Firstfruits Feast of Weeks Cross of Calvary Bitter experience Resurrection Pentecost Blowing of Trumpets Day of Atonement Feast of Tabernacles 50 days 10 days 5 days 10 years 5 years Daniel 8:14
  24. 24. On the first day of the seventh month, trumpets were blown to alert the people that the Day of Atonement was fast approaching. For the next ten days all were to prepare for the Day of Atonement. All were to prepare their hearts and bring their gifts of sacrifice to the temple, for this time was appointed for deep heart searching and repentance.
  25. 25. Just as the trumpets were blown 10 days before the “Day of Atonement” in order to direct the minds of the people to the cleansing of the sanctuary, likewise the “Millerite movement” began about 10 years before 1844, calling people to repentance and the cleansing of the sanctuary of their hearts.
  26. 26. Fulfilled: TIME & EVENTS
  27. 27. “The Feast of Tabernacles was not only commemorative but typical. It not only pointed back to the wilderness sojourn, but, as the feast of harvest, it celebrated the ingathering of the fruits of the earth, and pointed forward to the great day of final ingathering, when the Lord of the harvest shall send forth His reapers to gather the tares together in bundles for the fire, and to gather the wheat into His garner. At that time the wicked will all be destroyed.” PP 541.
  28. 28. Symbolic Chart of Jewish Feast Days Jewish Year Christian Era Passover Feast of Unleaven Bread and Bitter herbs Feast of Firstfruits Feast of Weeks Cross of Calvary Bitter experience Resurrection Pentecost Blowing of Trumpets Day of Atonement Feast of Tabernacles 50 days 10 days 5 days 10 years 5 years
  29. 29.  Homework:  Priestly work: Lev 16  People’s cooperation: Lev 23  In one sentence or less describe the purpose of the DOA
  30. 30.  God’s Dilemma?  Key to the Sanctuaries?  Courtyard represents?  When Christ ascended up to heaven, where did He go?  How do we know that?  What is the practical application of the Holy Place?  Describe Type & Antitype.  What are the 7 Jewish feasts?
  31. 31.  Ark of the Covenant  Mercy Seat  2 Cherubim  Shekinah Glory  Ten Commandments  Aaron’s Rod that budded  Manna  Scroll of the Torah
  32. 32.  First sacrifice bullock & ram for himself and his family  Garments & cleansing for the priest before going into God’s presence  2 goats selected & lots cast  Blood of the goat taken into the MHP  Incense collected and taken in also  No one else to be in the Sanctuary  “For on that day shall the priest make an atonement for you, to cleanse you, that ye may be clean from all your sins before the LORD.” Lev 16:30
  33. 33. “For on that day shall the priest make an atonement for you, to cleanse you, that ye may be clean from all your sins before the LORD.” Lev 16:30
  34. 34. Forgiveness=covering of the sins by the blood Cleansing=blotting out of those sins forever
  35. 35. “The blood of Jesus Christ cleanses us from all sin, - -blots out all iniquity. . . We need to be on our guard against the idea that the blotting out of sin is merely as the passing of a sponge over a slate, or an entry in a ledger, to balance the account. This is not the blotting out of sin. An ignorant man who saw a thermometer for the first time thought to lessen the heat by breaking it. But how much effect did this have upon the weather?--Just as much as the wiping out of the record of his sin has upon the sinner…
  36. 36. “Though all the record of all our sin, even though written with the finger of God, were erased, the sin would remain, because the sin is in us. “The blotting out of sin is the erasing of it from the nature, the being of man. The blood of Jesus cleanses us from all sin…
  37. 37. “The erasing of sin is the blotting of it from our natures, so that we shall know it no more… (in other words) they do not think of doing it any more. This is the work of Christ in the true sanctuary...” (Waggoner, Review and Herald, Sept. 30, 1902).
  38. 38.  “In the typical system, which was a shadow of the sacrifice and priesthood of Christ, the cleansing of the sanctuary was the last service performed by the high priest in the yearly round of ministration. It was the closing work of the atonement --a removal or putting away of sin from Israel. It prefigured the closing work in the ministration of our High Priest in heaven, in the removal or blotting out of the sins of His people, which are registered in the heavenly records.” GC 352  And how was everything cleansed on this “Day of Atonement”?  And what does the blood symbolize?  What motivates us; what mind do we have? It was cleansed by the blood. It symbolizes God’s broken heart of Love for us. The mind of Christ vs. The mind of Self.
  39. 39. “There is a difference between the forgiveness of sins and the blotting out of sin. There is a difference between the gospel being preached for the forgiveness of sins and the gospel being preached for the blotting out of sin. In our generation comes the provision for the blotting out of sin. And the blotting out of sin is what will prepare the way for the coming of the Lord; and the blotting out of sin is the ministry of our High Priest in the most holy place in the heavenly sanctuary; and it makes a difference to the people of God in their ministry, in their message, and in their experience, whether they recognize or experience the fact of the change…”
  40. 40. Now that should be distinctly brought out in the third angel’s message; and with that, of course, will come the clearest revelation of the gospel ministry for this time, the blotting out of sin in this generation, thus preparing the way of the Lord.” W.W. Prescott, The Gospel Message of Today, 53
  41. 41. “The student… should understand the nature of the two principles that are contending for supremacy, and should learn to trace their working through the records of history and prophecy, to the great consummation. He should see how this controversy enters into every phase of human experience; how in every act of life he himself reveals the one or the other of the two antagonistic motives; and how, whether he will or not, he is even now deciding upon which side of the controversy he will be found.” Ed 190
  42. 42.  “Selfishness is the root of all evil.” Ev 633  “…the law of self-renouncing love is the law of life for earth and heaven; that the love which "seeketh not her own" has its source in the heart of God…” DA 19 “In the lives of those who are partakers of the divine nature there is a crucifixion of the haughty, self-sufficient spirit that leads to self-exaltation... In its place the Spirit of Christ abides, and in the life the fruits of the Spirit appear. Having the mind of Christ, His followers reveal the graces of His character.” 7MR 263.
  43. 43. Five things that the Children of Israel were to do: 1. To keep a holy convocation; 2. Offer an offering made by fire; 3. Afflict their souls; (this includes 3 things as found in Isaiah 58:5) a. Bowing head as a bulrush b. Fasting c. Sackcloth and Ashes 4. Do no work; 5. It shall be a Sabbath of rest.
  44. 44. Five things that the Children of Israel were to do: 1. To keep a holy convocation; 2. Offer an offering made by fire; 3. Afflict their souls; (this includes 3 things as found in Isaiah 58:5) a. Bowing head as a bulrush b. Fasting c. Sackcloth and Ashes 4. Do no work; 5. It shall be a Sabbath of rest.
  45. 45.  A calling together; unity among brethren, and a Separation of the common from the sacred In other words, the holy convocation includes a separation from the things that develop the mind of self, so that the mind of Christ can be more fully developed. The question of which mind is developed is the real reason why we have been counseled not to partake of competitive sports or games, for we must honestly ask ourselves, which mind do these games develop? Do they encourage the spirit of esteeming others first, or the spirit of thinking of self first?  Music, games, dancing, amusements, etc.
  46. 46. Five things that the Children of Israel were to do: 1. To keep a holy convocation; 2. Offer an offering made by fire; Rom 12:1, 2 3. Afflict their souls; (this includes 3 things as found in Isaiah 58:5) a. Bowing head as a bulrush b. Fasting c. Sackcloth and Ashes 4. Do no work; 5. It shall be a Sabbath of rest.
  47. 47. Five things that the Children of Israel were to do: 1. To keep a holy convocation; 2. Offer an offering made by fire; 3. Afflict their souls; (this includes 3 things as found in Isaiah 58:5) a. Bowing head as a bulrush b. Fasting c. Sackcloth and Ashes 4. Do no work; 5. It shall be a Sabbath of rest.
  48. 48.  The experience of afflicting one’s soul first deals with a deep repentance, a confession of sins, that which we have personally done, and like Daniel, what we as a body of people, have done to God. God is calling for us  to turn away from self,  to repent of our own ways,  and to partake of His mind.
  49. 49. Five things that the Children of Israel were to do: 1. To keep a holy convocation; 2. Offer an offering made by fire; 3. Afflict their souls; (this includes 3 things as found in Isaiah 58:5) a. Bowing head as a bulrush b. Fasting c. Sackcloth and Ashes 4. Do no work; 5. It shall be a Sabbath of rest.
  50. 50.  Refraining from anything that beclouds the mind and distracts us from being united with the Mind of Christ  God deals with what we feed the mind, but He also deals with what we feed the body, why?  Health Message: What feeds the stomach, feeds the mind.
  51. 51. “The very food they place before them is such as to irritate the stomach. The excitement thus produced is communicated to the brain, and as a result the passions are aroused. It cannot be too often repeated that whatever is taken into the stomach affects not only the body, but ultimately the mind as well. Gross and stimulating food fevers the blood, excites the nervous system, and too often dulls the moral perceptions, so that reason and conscience are overborne by the sensual impulses…”
  52. 52. “…It is difficult, and often well-nigh impossible, for one who is intemperate in diet to exercise patience and self-control. Hence the special importance of allowing children, whose characters are yet unformed, to have only such food as is healthful and unstimulating. It was in love that our heavenly Father sent the light of health reform to guard against the evils that result from unrestrained indulgence of appetite.” Child Guidance 460
  53. 53. “health should be as sacredly guarded as the character.” C.T. 83 “Grains and fruits prepared free from grease, and in as natural a condition as possible, should be the food for the tables of all who claim to be preparing for translation to Heaven.” TSDF 132 “When the plagues of God shall be all around you, you will then see the principles of health reform and strict temperance in all things that temperance alone is the foundation of all the graces that come from God, the foundation of all victories to be gained.” TE 201.
  54. 54. Five things that the Children of Israel were to do: 1. To keep a holy convocation; 2. Offer an offering made by fire; 3. Afflict their souls; (this includes 3 things as found in Isaiah 58:5) a. Bowing head as a bulrush b. Fasting c. Sackcloth and Ashes 4. Do no work; 5. It shall be a Sabbath of rest.
  55. 55. Day of Judgment:  "Then Jacob said unto his household, and to all that were with him, Put away the strange gods that are among you; and be clean, and change your garments;… And they gave unto Jacob all the strange gods which were in their hand, and all their earrings which were in their ears; and Jacob hid them under the oak which was by Shechem." Gen. 35:2-4.
  56. 56. Day of Judgment:  “The Lord standeth up to plead, and standeth to judge the people. The Lord will enter into judgment with the ancients of his people…Moreover the Lord saith, Because the daughters of Zion are haughty, and walk with stretched forth necks, and wanton eyes, walking and mincing as they go…In that day the Lord will take away their bravery of their tinkling ornaments about their feet, and their cauls, and their round tires like the moon, the chains…the rings and the nose jewels, the changeable suits of apparel…” Isaiah 3:13-23.
  57. 57.  “In 1844 our great High Priest entered the most holy place of the heavenly sanctuary, to begin the work of the investigative judgment… In the typical service, when the work of atonement was performed by the high priest in the most holy place of the earthly sanctuary, the people were required to afflict their souls before God, and confess their sins, that they might be atoned for and blotted out. Will any less be required of us in this antitypical Day of Atonement?…”
  58. 58. What is our condition in this fearful and solemn time? Alas, what pride is prevailing in the church, what hypocrisy, what deception, what love of dress, frivolity, and amusement, what desire for the supremacy! All these sins have clouded the mind, so that eternal things have not been discerned. Shall we not search the Scriptures, that we may know where we are in this world's history?” 1SM 125.
  59. 59. Five things that the Children of Israel were to do: 1. To keep a holy convocation; 2. Offer an offering made by fire; 3. Afflict their souls; (this includes 3 things as found in Isaiah 58:5) a. Bowing head as a bulrush b. Fasting c. Sackcloth and Ashes 4. Do no work=Gathering riches/Laodicean Message 5. It shall be a Sabbath of rest.
  60. 60. Five things that the Children of Israel were to do: 1. To keep a holy convocation; 2. Offer an offering made by fire; 3. Afflict their souls; (this includes 3 things as found in Isaiah 58:5) a. Bowing head as a bulrush b. Fasting c. Sackcloth and Ashes 4. Do no work=Laodicean Message 5. It shall be a Sabbath of rest=Covenant between God and His people/Righteousness by Faith
  61. 61. Five things that the Children of Israel were to do: 1. To keep a holy convocation; 2. Offer an offering made by fire; 3. Afflict their souls; (this includes 3 things as found in Isaiah 58:5) a. Bowing head as a bulrush b. Fasting c. Sackcloth and Ashes 4. Do no work; 5. It shall be a Sabbath of rest.
  62. 62. For whatsoever soul it be that shall not be afflicted in that same day, he shall be cut off from among his people… And whatsoever soul it be that doeth any work in that same day, the same soul will I destroy from among his people.” Leviticus 23:29-30
  63. 63. “To protect the people of God from the corrupting influence of the world, as well as to promote physical and moral health, the dress reform was introduced among us. It was not intended to be a yoke of bondage, but a blessing… It would distinguish God's people from the world and thus serve as a barrier against its fashions and follies. He who knows the end from the beginning, who understands our nature and our needs,--our compassionate Redeemer,--saw our dangers and difficulties, and condescended to give us timely warning and instruction concerning our habits of life, even in the proper selection of food and clothing.” CH 598- 599

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