The altar of Incense. (Leviticus)

(Exodus 30:1-10, 34-38; 37:25-28; 40:5,26-27) The third piece of furniture within the Holy Place, in the Tabernacle, was the Altar of Incense. It, too, was fashioned of acacia wood and covered with pure gold. Often it was called the Golden Altar. It was one and one-half cubits square at the top and base and two […]

via The Alter of Incense — Reasoned Cases for Christ

The next installment in the Tabernacle series

Until next time,

Vanessa.

 

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