Video from Vision Video
The Tabernacle | Full Movie | Drew Dimmel
'If you have ever wanted to see inside the Holy Place; if you have ever dared to imagine the experience of being in the Holy of Holies, then you will be thrilled when you watch The Tabernacle. AniMan Studios presents this intriguing walk through of the ancient Tabernacle. This meeting place between sinful man and Holy God is seen in illuminating three-dimensional computer-generated detail. You'll marvel at the stark contrast between the bronze-covered Altar, with its implications of death, and the exquisite gold Lampstand, showing the way to life and forgiveness. The Table of Showbread, the Altar of Incense, even the Ark of the Covenant, will no longer be just mental images. You will feel as if you have walked on Holy Ground just as the priests once did. Hard to visualize passages of scripture come to life as you appreciate what God has revealed when you watch The Tabernacle. Director: Ray Neu, Eric Bouchoc Starring: Drew Dimmel." from video introduction.
The Tabernacle: Dust to Glory with R.C. Sproul
Video from Ligonier Ministries
"As the people of Israel lived in the wilderness for forty years, God Himself dwelled among them in an enormous tent. Why did the Lord give Moses such elaborate instructions for building this tabernacle? In this message, Dr. Sproul looks closely at this sacred meeting place between God and His people, explaining how a tent in the desert relates to the coming of the Lord Jesus Christ. This message is from Dr. Sproul’s 57-part teaching series overview of the Bible: Dust to Glory. Learn more: https://www.ligonier.org/learn/series..." from video introduction.
What was the Tabernacle of Moses?
"The tabernacle of Moses was the temporary place of worship that the Israelites built according to God’s specifications while wandering the desert and used until King Solomon built a temple. The word tabernacle is a translation of the Hebrew mishkan, which means “dwelling-place.” The Feast of Tabernacles commemorates this time of wandering before the Israelites entered the land of Canaan.
The overall shape of the tabernacle of Moses followed traditional structures of the time. It consisted of an outer court, approximately seventy-five feet wide by one hundred and fifty feet long, with a fifteen-foot by forty-five-foot structure in the back (Exodus 27:9–19). The court walls consisted of linen curtains attached by bronze hooks to a series of pillars. The pillars were supported on the bottom by bronze sockets and possibly held in place with rope that attached to bronze rings. The gate, always facing east, was about thirty feet of blue, purple, and scarlet woven into a curtain of linen. The altar of burnt offering and the bronze laver that the priests purified themselves in sat in the courtyard.
The actual tabernacle of Moses sat in the back of the courtyard (Exodus 26). The sides and back were made of gold-covered acacia boards, about twenty-eight inches wide and fifteen feet high. Each board had two tenons, projections, which fit into silver sockets. Gold rings held five bars that ran the length of the boards, holding them tight. The east side was comprised of five pillars covered with a screen similar to that for the courtyard." from the article: What was the Tabernacle of Moses?