The pamphlet shows beautiful pictures: Old Testament Temple built by King Solomon; Old Testament Temple as it was rebuilt after the Babylonians destroyed it in 586 BC; and New Testament Temple where Jesus worshiped (built by King Herod). This is the beautiful Temple where Jesus amazed the scholars as a child, where he threw out the money changers, where he praised the widow who gave all she had, and where the veil ripped from top to bottom when he died on the cross. See the Temple, the Court of the Gentiles, the Court of the Women, and the Portico. These Temples were places of worship that were built using the donations from kings and commoners. The Temple was built to honor God and to house the Ark of the Covenant. Drawn to Bible measurements, these illustrations show and explain all of the important features: the Ark of the Covenant, the veil, the Holy Place, the Most Holy Place (the Holy of Holies), the bronze pillars, the "Sea," the Bronze Altar, and the cherubim. Includes illustrations and diagrams. Includes measurements, explanations, and a time line. Perfect for adults and children.
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Review 1 for The Temple: The Temple Throughout Bible History (pamphlet)
great for demonatrating the temple
Date:August 1, 2011
I taught this for a bible study and it was just what I needed. I could not have found a more thorough study guide and the class was very excited to have something to keep for future reference.
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Review 2 for The Temple: The Temple Throughout Bible History (pamphlet)
Date:November 7, 2007
This is another fine "time-line" product from Rose Publishing. The size makes it very easy to place within a Bible cover so it is available as needed. The pictures make the text come alive. The materials used in the production of this resource ensure its durability. The content is very robust and well organized.