THE GARMENT worn by the high priest represented the tribes of Israel, who were (symbolically) brought before the Lord when Aaron and his successors entered the Holy Place.
We discuss the ephod, probably a tunic or robe worn on the upper body, the breastpiece of judgment that held the twelve gemstones inscribed with the names of the tribes of Israel, and the purpose of the Urim and Thummim — about which we know very little even today.
We also discuss the altar, a wooden construction that allowed it to be moved from place to place, and compare it to the later stone structure at Shiloh and the permanent structure built by Solomon.
Here is the link to the Leen Ritmeyer article at Patterns of Evidence regarding the discovery of three blocked gates that may have led to underground music rooms on the Temple Mount.
Join us in Israel! We will lead another tour through the Holy Land in 2021. Please note that the tour dates have been changed to October 3–17, 2021, with an optional three-day extension to Jordan to see Mount Nebo, Petra, and Wadi Rum. For more information, log on to SkyWatchTV.com/IsraelTour.
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