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Messiah's Mansion in Phenix City is replica of Old Testament sanctuary [message #1661] Tue, 09 August 2016 09:29
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Messiah's Mansion in Phenix City is replica of Old Testament sanctuary

Leinneweber said the purpose of Messiah's Mansion is to help people connect the tabernacle with the rest of the Bible. There is much history to be learned, and visitors discover the relevance of the tabernacle to faith today. The timeline of the Messiah is shown.

"There are symbols pointing to the God's plan for salvation and the coming of Jesus Christ," she said.

The temple is 15 feet tall, 15 feet wide and 45 feet long. The courtyard is 75 feet wide and 150 feet long.

Visitors do not just walk through and gaze. There are tours that take about an hour. They are led by high school and college students. Some of them attend Oklahoma Academy, a Christian school in Harrah, Okla., where Clayton Leinneweber teaches.

There are five stations in the exhibit.

At Station 1, visitors receive a basic structural overview of the Hebrew tabernacle.

At Station 2, the courtyard is entered and the guide explains the symbolism of the Altar of Sacrifice and Laver.

At Station 3, visitors learn about the tabernacle's three distinct elements: the Table of Shewbread, the Altar of Incense and the candlesticks.

At Station 4 the Ark of the Covenant is found, which is the most important element in the tabernacle.

Station 5 focuses on the special garment worn by the high priest and how it affected the history of the Hebrews.


Picture gallery: http://www.messiahsmansion.com/gallery.html


What do you guys think of this? Good way to teach about the sanctuary, something that is hardly taught if at all by the churches? Personally, I think it is a good idea, because it is next to impossible to understand the book of Revelation without a firm understanding of the earthly/heavenly sanctuary. Free admission...worth checking out?


Genesis 31:49, "...The Lord watch between me and thee, when we are absent one from another."

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