Messiah in His Sanctuary

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TEACH Services, Inc., 2004 - 248 pàgines
Nearly 25 centuries ago, the angel Gabriel foretold the time Christ would transfer His ministry from the holy place to the most holy place of the heavenly sanctuary in preparation for the time when divine intercession for man's salvation would be finished. Christ has revealed His plans about the reward of the righteous and the final disposition of evildoers inside the pages of the Bible. The Most High has assured us in His word that the root and branches of sin will be consumed into smoke and ashes - evil shall not rise the second time. The Sanctuary is mentioned in both the beginning and end of the Bible. Between these entries are some of the most fascinating and inspiriting themes that can occupy the human mind is revealed. The study of the sanctuary may properly engage the interest of the one who desires to understand the purposes of the Creator in the salvation of the rigorous and the final disposition of evil.
 

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Continguts

Origin and Definition of the Sanctuary
11
Why Moses Was Summoned to an Interview With God
20
Moses Communicates to the People the Sacred Trust Committed to Him
24
God Outlines the Plans for All Parts of the Sanctuary
29
BirdsEye View Showing the Artists Conception of the Ancient Typical
30
Moses Commanded to Make Garments for the Priests Also the Anointing Oil and the Incense
34
The Sanctuary Built Inspected Accepted and Approved of Heaven
37
Dedication of the Sanctuary Consecration and Inauguration of the Priesthood
41
Gods Call to the Church to Prepare for Christs Second Advent
119
XX The Angel Gabriel Visits the Prophet Daniel
124
Daniel Studied the Scriptures to Understand the 2300 Days
127
The Seventy Weeks Explained to Daniel by the Angel Gabriel
131
The Time Is Fulfilled
137
The SeventyWeek Prophecy Fulfilled and the Rest of the 2300
140
Diagram of Seventy Weeks and Twentythree Hundred Days
143
How God Through the Ages Gave Light on the Sanctuary
147

The Ministry in the SanctuaryThe Work of the Priests
47
The Ministry in the SanctuaryThe Daily Offerings
52
Over the Head of the Innocent Lamb the Penitent Sinner Confessed His
54
The Ministry in the Sanctuary by the PriestsThe Day of Atonement
60
The Ministry in the SanctuaryThe Day of Atonement Con cluded
67
Beginning and Ending of Earthly Sacrifices and Priesthood
75
When Did God Design the Sacrificial System to Cease? Why?
84
The Children of Israel Crossing the Jordan River Into the Promised Land
87
Gods Outstanding Purpose in the Gift of the Scriptures
93
Old Testament Prophecies and Symbos Illuminated by the New Testament
98
Christ the Central Theme of the Prophetic Scriptures
105
Ancient Manuscript Scrolls Illustrating the Manner in which the Sacred
110
Christ Described in the Scriptures by Three Outstanding Terms
112
Christ the Fulfillment of the Law and of the Types
152
Hebrew Alphabet
154
Christ the Spotless Lamb of God nist the spotless Lamb of God
159
Christs Death Burial Resurrection and Ascension
162
The Anointing of the Heavenly Sanctuary
167
Christ Enters Upon His Work as High Priest
170
The Great Advent Movement of the Years 183444
174
Christ Entered the Most Holy Place in the Heavenly Sanctuary in 1844
180
Christs Ministry in the Most Holy Place in the Heavenly Temple
184
Diagram Illustrating the Sanctuary of Israel and Showing the Arrangement
186
A Special Message to a Particular People
189
The Investigative Judgment The Close of Human Probation
196
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Sobre l'autor (2004)

F. C. Gilbert, a converted Jew, wrote this series of Bible studies on the sanctuary and its services, in both type and antitype, with particular application to the church following the Advent Movement of 1834-1844. An excellent study book that explores the meaning of the Hebrew words connected with the sanctuary and its services. Delves into the atonement and the work of Christ in the heavenly sanctuary. A most important work for this day and age. Born of Jewish parents in London, England in 1867, he studied to become a rabbi until ill health forced him to quit. Coming to the United States, he boarded with a Seventh-day Adventist family in Boston. Accepting the Adventist faith, he attended South Lancaster Academy. Gilbert served as minister in the Atlantic Union Conference until he joined the North American Division staff in 1911. His evangelistic burden centered on those of his former faith. In 1918 he became secretary of the Jewish Department of the General Conference, and a few years later received assignment as field secretary.

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