2 John 1-13

The Day of Pentecost (Exodus 40:34-38)

In the end the glory of the Lord leaves one mountain to take up residence upon another; but even this is just the beginning.

Assembling the New Creation (Exodus 35:1-3; 39:32; 43; 40:1-33)

Moses calls the people to shape the pieces of the tabernacle and then assemble it — according to a ritual more ancient than mankind.

The Resurrection of Moses (Exodus 34:10-35)

The Lord finally gives Moses his answer, and sends him back down the mountain with the evidence in his hands and on his face.

The Death of Moses (Exodus 33:7-34:9)

Moses enters into a lengthy period of negotiation on his people’s behalf. Will he persuade God to reconsider his judgement on Israel, or is this the end of the relationship?

The Passion of Moses (Exodus 32:1-33:6)

Moses returns from forty days on the mountain to find that everything has fallen apart in his absence.

Building a House For God: Craftsmen and Project Schedule (Exodus 31:1-18)

The Lord commissions project managers, and reminds everyone that sacred time is just as important as sacred space.

Building a House For God: the Story of Redemption (Exodus 30:1-38)

The Lord finishes his instructions for the tabernacle with an outline of how the whole system is going to work.

Building a House For God: the Light-Keepers’ Ordination (Exodus 29:1-46)

The Lord outlines the steps through which his household servants must be safely prepared for a dangerous role.

Building a House For God: the Light-Keepers’ Clothing (Exodus 27:20-28:43)

The Lord commissions servants to help run his household, and makes sure they are properly armoured for the work.

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