This book covers some of the most important moments in the history of the Tabernacle. These are basically the last moments of the Tabernacle when Israel encountered major changes to both the structure and the priesthood. After reading this book you’ll wonder why no one ever studied those changes to the priesthood. Then you will realize why we have the priesthood in lace that Christianity has copied and tinkered with over the past few generations. Where did the modern priest or pastor come from? The Bible explained the answer to that question when the changes in the Levitical priesthood were recorded.



This book covers the lives of Samuel, Saul, and David as recorded in the two books of Samuel. It is a verse by verse look at each of their lives, and goes beyond a look at each as an individual. When we look back, compare stories, and the lives of the three main characters in Samuel’s books, we learn how each developed a personal relationship with God, received gifts, and how each of them used those gifts to represent God. Some times we learn from simple lessons. Other times we learn from contrasts between the lives of Samuel, Saul, and David. Together those stories reveal vital lessons on communication with God, as well as the gift of prophecy.


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