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presents "Light from the Old Testament"
(Select the best answer for each question)
1. The outside covering of the Tabernacle was
a) very beautiful to attract people to it.
b) not beautiful but pointed to Christ as "the despised One."
2. The inside of the Tabernacle was
a) very beautiful and pointed to Christ in all the glory of His resurrection and exaltation.
b) very nice but not especially beautiful.
3. The Tabernacle itself was divided into
a) two parts.
b) three parts.
4. Under the Old Covenant
a) only priests, of the family of Aaron, could enter the Holy Place.
b) any Israelite could enter so long as he believed in God.
5. How often did the priests go into the Holy Place?
a) They went in daily.
b) They went in once a week.
6. Under the New Covenant, who can enter "the holy place"?
a) Only those who are ordained as priests.
b) All believers.
7. Who went into the "Holy of Holies"?
a) Any priest.
b) Only the High Priest.
8. How often did someone enter the "Holy of Holies"?
b) Once a year.
9. The Table of Showbread was made of wood overlaid with gold. What did the wood and gold speak of?
a) The wood spoke of His weakness and the gold spoke of His strength.
b) The wood spoke of His humanity: He is fully man. The gold spoke of His deity: He is fully God. He is the God-man.
10. How often did the priests assemble at the Table of Showbread for fellowship with God and with each other?
a) Every Sabbath day.
b) Every day.
11. The purpose of the Golden Candlestick was
a) purely ornamental because it was so pretty to look at.
b) to give light in the Holy Place since there were no windows in the Tabernacle.
12. The Golden Candlestick with its seven branches was hammered out of how many blocks of gold?
a) Seven blocks of gold.
b) One single block of gold.
13. The Golden Candlestick with its seven branches is a beautiful picture of
a) Christ and His believers.
b) Christ and the seven angels.
14. As branches and lamps in the Golden Candlestick, we are
a) to draw attention to ourselves as lights in this evil world.
b) not to draw attention to ourselves but to Christ.
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