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Gilbert House Fellowship #285: Exodus 29-31

THE RULES for consecrating the Aaronic priesthood were very specific, and many of those rules were a repudiation of rituals the pagan neighbors of ancient Israel practices for their gods.

We discuss the purposed of the blood shed by the bulls and rams sacrificed during the ritual, the reasons for burning their livers and kidneys, and the restricted use of holy anointing oil. (In other words, we shouldn’t use the recipe in Exodus 30 to make our own.)

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Gilbert House Fellowship #284: Exodus 27-28

Garment of the high priest according to the Temple Institute (click to enlarge).

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.

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Gilbert House Fellowship #283: Exodus 25-26

This is closer to what the Ark of the Covenant probably looked like.

THE ARK OF THE COVENANT is the focus of this week’s study. Contrary to Raiders of the Lost Ark, no, it was not a radio to talk to God.

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