This report has a Sensitivity Level set at Teen (T).This means any activity from John, which Covenant Eyes rated at Teen or above, will be flagged for your review.Virtually all of Exodus 19–34 is concerned with the making of this covenant.I want you to see this morning, Let's walk through these crucial chapters together. In Exodus 19:3 Moses goes up the first time into Mount Sinai, and God announces to him the general terms of the covenant in verses 5 and 6: If you obey me and keep my covenant, you will be my special possession, a kingdom of priests, a holy nation.An overview of Viewed Pages and Web Content from John, rated T (Teen) and higher.This also includes entries blocked by the Covenant Eyes Filter that are rated T (Teen) and higher.There were, in fact, two sets of sacred vessels used in the Biblical worship of God. Moses instructed Bezalel (Bezaleel ben Uri) to build everything exactly as God commanded.
God calls Moses, and with a mighty hand and an outstretched arm God liberates his people from bondage. They receive food from the sky and water from the rock. Here God makes a solemn covenant with Israel to confirm and undergird the covenant he made with Abraham and Isaac and Jacob.
The broken law contained in the Ark was the only reason for all the sacrificial services, both typical and antitypical.
When the Lord gave directions for making the sanctuary, His first instruction was, "They shall make an Ark of shittim (acacia) wood: two cubits and a half shall be the length thereof, and a cubit and a half the breadth thereof, and a cubit and a half the height thereof" (Exodus ).
Moses goes down, reports to the people, and in verse 8 they accept the covenant: "All the Lord has spoken we will do." Moses returns with this acceptance to the Lord, and in verse 9 the Lord says that he is coming to speak in earshot of the people so that they will believe Moses.
In Exodus –15 God instructs Moses to consecrate the people. In three days the Lord descends in fire and the mountain is wrapped in smoke. 20) and sends him down again with the warning to the people not to break through and perish (vv. Then God himself () addresses the people in 20:1–17 and gives the ten commandments.
If this happens, the Temple’s sacred vessels — hidden since the destruction of the First and Second Temples — could also be restored. And where is the most sacred prize of all — the Ark of the Covenant?