What we've seen here so far is this:
We saw that the basic pattern of Tabernacles could be summed up like this. Repentance, repentance, repentance, getting right with God; followed by the dwelling place and great joy in the harvest.
Then we analyzed Moses' actions at the first tabernacles. We can see that this basic pattern is contained in Moses' actions and that our two main themes are present also.
Moses spends a second 40 days on the mountain. This speaks of repentance.
Moses coming down on the Day of Atonement points to the coming of the Lord in the end times as the Latter Rain. This is The Revelation of Jesus Christ.
Moses teaching the word of God to the people points to Jesus who is the word of God. This is The Revelation of Jesus Christ.
Moses' arrival brings the Glory of God, The Fear of the Lord and makes the people willing to serve. This points to End Time Revival, or in other words, getting right with God, which is a direct result of The Revelation of Jesus Christ.
Moses instructing the people to gather materials and raise up the tabernacle points to End Time Harvest.
Everything Moses did points to what Jesus is going to do in the end times. It is all the work of the Lord.
In Zechariah 4, we see this verse speaking about Zerubbabel. He is also a type of Jesus, so as you read this verse substitute the name of Jesus for Zerubbabel.
Zec 4:9 The hands of Zerubbabel have laid the foundation of this house; his hands shall also finish it; and thou shalt know that the LORD of hosts hath sent me unto you.
This shows that the Lord begins the work and He is the one to finish it.
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