Sermons on The Tabernacle with John Stubbs - 8 Messages (2009)

Sermons on The Tabernacle with John Stubbs - 8 Messages (2009)

The Occupations of the Priests in the Tabernacle (59 min)

PART 8 – John Stubbs takes up the various functions and occupations of the sons of Aaron – the priests – in the Tabernacle of Moses, and draws instructive lessons therefrom relative to worship and service for the Christian today (Message preached 4th Dec 2009)

The Omissions of Note in the Tabernacle (56 min)

PART 7 – John Stubbs preaches on a number of things that are omitted in the Bible’s description of the Tabernacle. The reason why the Holy Spirit omits each of these items is helpfully brought out by Mr Stubbs to profit (no seats for the priests etc.) (Message preached 3rd Dec 2009)

The Order of Truth in the Tabernacle (56 min)

PART 6 – John Stubbs preaches on the ‘order’ of the Tabernacle – in the approach to the Tabernacle, in the arrangement of the Tabernacle and in the advancement of the Tabernacle (Message preached 2nd Dec 2009)

The Occupant in the Tabernacle (51 min)

PART 4 – John Stubbs expounds numerous powerful and practical lessons from the fact that the Lord’s presence was known inside the Holy of Holies in the Tabernacle of Moses (Message preached 30th Nov 2009)

The Gospels and the Tabernacle (24 min)

PART 2 – John Stubbs preaches on 4 passages about the Tabernacle from the book of Exodus and links them with each of the 4 gospels; Matthew, Mark, Luke and John. Precious typological teaching about the person of Christ is highlighted (Message preached 29th Nov 2009)

The Offerings for the Tabernacle (51 min)

PART 1 – John Stubbs introduces a series of teaching meetings on the subject of “the Tabernacle of Moses”. He explains its importance: its making in Exodus, its ministry in Leviticus, its movements in Numbers and its meaning in Hebrews. In this opening message, Mr Stubbs brings out typical teaching in connection with the materials that the people brought to facilitate the construction of the Tabernacle (Message preached 28th Nov 2009)