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- Easy to assemble
- Detailed and accurate (328 pieces)
- Ideal for all ages
- Excellent visual aid for teaching
Model Details for the Tabernacle in the Wilderness:
- Dimensions: 23" x 12" x 4" (59 x 31 x 10 cm)
- Scale: 1:90
- Weight 4.3LB (1.4 kg)
This biblical tabernacle model kit is made out of plastic parts and rubber figures. The pieces can be easily assembled to complete the whole tabernacle. The plastic material makes this particular model kit very light-weight and durable. Ideal for classroom demonstration and personal collection. Additional paint can be applied (picture shown above is painted; unpainted model shown at right except for the last one). Includes instruction manual booklet for assembly. Find out also how to build and paint the tabernacle model guide online.
This kit contains the Tabernacle and furniture and even the characters‚ including:
- The Ark of the Covenant
- Two Stone Tablets of the Covenant
- Aaron’s Rod
- Jar of Manna
- The Mercy Seat/Atonement Cover
- The Altar of Incense
- The Menorah
- The Table of Shewbread
- The Laver
- The Brazen Altar
- The High Priest and Priests
- Sacrificial Lambs and Bulls
Why Teach the Tabernacle of Moses?
As modern-day readers of the Bible‚ we tend to skim over the detailed and often tedious texts of the Old Testament and focus instead on the simpler sections of the New Testament. It is tempting to relegate the 50 chapters in the Books of Moses devoted to the tabernacle as irrelevant or boring. After all‚ how are all the intricate plans for a 15th century B.C. collapsible structure useful to us as 21st-century Christians?
Just like Jesus’ parables served to illustrate and bring His teachings to life‚ so the Old Testament visuals serve to illuminate many spiritual concepts in the New Testament.
By omitting the tabernacle in our teaching‚ we are actually neglecting a powerful and necessary tool that God had prepared for us to understand the work of Christ on the cross...