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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.
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...
Introducing a great way of incorporating the tabernacle as part of your bible study lesson for small groups. Featuring The Stranger on the Road to Emmaus‚ a book that clearly and logically presents the Gospel in the context of the entire Bible‚ beginning with Creation and moving through key Old Testament stories. A special section of the book is devoted to just the tabernacle of Moses and how Jesus Christ is a picture of the tabernacle. Find out more about this fine Bible study lessons resource and how you can get both the tabernacle and the Bible study lessons and save on your purchase!
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Posted by Unknown on 5th Jun 2013
The model is very good but the assembly and painting instructions could be more thorough. We are using it in a young adult Sunday School class for some hands on teaching. Very good visual of the Tabernacle.
Posted by Unknown on 8th Apr 2013
I got a chance to put this together, it took me a few hours to do it but I worked on it when I could and it was a lot of fun. Instructions were easy to follow and I had no problems with the pieces and parts. I think it's a really good quality and will last a long time. It's wonderful to have a visual aid and it's an awesome tool for Sabbath school.
Posted by Wayne Owen on 22nd Mar 2013
The rope was hard to tie after routing it over the outside posts. The budded staff of Moses was missing. Other tahn that the assembly guide was very good. I need a panting guide.
Posted by Debbie on 8th Mar 2013
The model is a great teaching aid, but is a bit small. Everything is there according to the scriptures. I found the guide to assembling the model a great help. Found this online also and printed it out. It's called the tabernacle Model Assembly Guide. this gives you everything you need as far as paint, tools and help. My model base had a small piece broken of when I received it but nothing a little glue couldn't fix. It was painted over anyway.
Posted by Robin on 5th Mar 2013
I have found my personal study of the Tabernacle to deepen my understanding of the Scriptures as well as my appreciation for the relationship I can have with God now through Jesus. As a youth leader and parent I have found this to be a very hands-on way to teach about the Tabernacle and all the things we can learn about God and what he was communicating through each piece He said was to be a part of it and how it all points forward to the Messiah Jesus.
Posted by Neill on 21st Feb 2013
Great model, but I would suggest you put the painting guide in the box. Started assemble and then remembered about a painting guide. Had to take apart to paint.
When finished I think this will be a good teaching tool
Posted by Unknown on 5th Feb 2013
The kids all loved this visual as did the Lifegroup teachers.
Posted by Bryan on 18th Dec 2012
The kits was great, it provided all aspects of the Tabernacle as depicted in the bible. We purchased due to a project for my sons social studies class in school. Some additional cost is required to make the kit look good (Michael’s craft store was great) – spray paints and some glue was needed, we also used a label maker to identify the different areas in the kit. The Tabernacle site was great in offering a “how to assemble” with pictures and explanations. Overall, the kit was very well put together and outlined the Tabernacle in great detail. I would recommend it for a school project or Sunday school discussion.
Posted by Unknown on 7th Nov 2012
Easy enough to assemble so as to not frustrate, detailed enough to make the teaching points clear. Very glad it is avaiable at a reasonable cost.
Posted by Jesus P. on 15th Oct 2012
This is a great replica of the tabernacle.. It was fun to put it together with my kids, and teach them about the history...
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