Judeo-Christian Clarion — Holiness Bible Study

Holiness Bible Study, Lesson 6.

The Holy of Holies The only time that the High Priest could enter the Most Holy Place, also called the Holy of Holies, was on the holiest day of the year—Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement. He would come into this place to sprinkle blood on the mercy seat and make atonement for himself and […]

Holiness Bible Study, Lesson 5.

The Altar of Showbread “You shall make a table of acacia wood, two cubits long and one cubit wide and one and a half cubits high. You shall overlay it with pure gold and make a gold border around it.”  Exodus 25:23-24 Also inside the Holy Place was the Table of Showbread. It was a […]

Holiness Bible Study, Lesson 4.

Bronze Laver  “The LORD spoke to Moses, saying, “Make a bronze basin, with its bronze stand, for washing. Place it between the tent of meeting and the altar, and put water in it.”  Exodus 30:17-18 The next part of the tabernacle is the bronze laver. Unlike most of the other components of the tabernacle, we […]

Holiness Bible Study, Lesson 3

The Grain Offering  The grain offering was also called the meal offering or the cereal offering, because it was made from fine flour. The grain offering was a gift given to God much like the peace offering was given as a gift of thanks. The Hebrew word used was mincha, or korban. In Genesis 43 […]

Holiness Bible Study, Lesson 2.

The Tabernacle: God’s Divine Purpose “Our Fathers had the tabernacle of testimony in the wilderness, just as He who spoke to Moses directed him to make according to the pattern which he had seen.”  Acts 7:44 Our journey has now brought us to the tabernacle. Moses has received the Torah (instructions), the people affirmed that […]

Holiness Bible Study, Lesson 1

The Priesthood The book of Exodus recounts the revelation of God to His people to Mount Sinai. In this event, God reveals that He wants to make a covenant with them. In order for this relationship between God and His people to be maintained, a system needed to be set up so that the people […]