Precious Gem In The Tabernacle Vol. 2

Precious Gem In The Tabernacle Vol. 2

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 This sequel to Reverend Hicks’ book Precious Gem in the Tabernacle reveals that the Mosaic Tabernacle is a shadow and type of Jesus Christ’s teachings in the New Testament, familiarly called “The Sermon on the Mount.”  The author also shows how these two tabernacles follow the same pattern of spiritual growth that is evident in King David’s vision of spiritual growth as recorded in Psalm 119. These three Tabernacles agree in their message of the Christian’s growth to maturity being an upward journey in spiritual experience in the Stature of the LORD Jesus Christ.

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 This sequel to Reverend Hicks’ book Precious Gem in the Tabernacle reveals that the Mosaic Tabernacle is a shadow and type of Jesus Christ’s teachings in the New Testament, familiarly called “The Sermon on the Mount.”  The author also shows how these two tabernacles follow the same pattern of spiritual growth that is evident in King David’s vision of spiritual growth as recorded in Psalm 119. These three Tabernacles agree in their message of the Christian’s growth to maturity being an upward journey in spiritual experience in the Stature of the LORD Jesus Christ.

This is the only book written by a Christian author that connects the principles of spiritual growth in the Mosaic Tabernacle to the fulfillment of these principles in Christ’s life and also to the Sermon on the Mount and to King David’s spiritual vision. By analyzing these patterns for spiritual growth in relation to the Courtyard of the Mosaic Tabernacle, Reverend Hicks lays out the foundation for all spiritual growth that Christians need in order to achieve a more perfect union with Jesus Christ.

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