Item description for Tabernacle PowerPoint Presentation: Symbolism in the Tabernacle by Rose Publishing...
Overview New! PowerPoint® Tabernacle Microsoft PowerPoint users will love this easy-to-use presentation on the Tabernacle. This fantastic teaching tool allows you to project on a screen - or show on your computer monitor - the text and illustrations of the Tabernacle Cutaway wall chart.
System requirements: To run these versions of PowerPoint® presentations, you must have Microsoft PowerPoint® 2001 or higher already installed on your computer (this CD does not come with the PowerPoint® application) and Adobe Acrobat® Reader 4.0 or higher (if you wish to print out the handouts), as well as - Minimum for PCs: Pentium III or better, Windows 98, 98 2nd ed., NT®4.0 with Service Pack 6, Millennium, or Windows Professional, a CD drive, 256-Color Monitor. Minimum for Macintoshes: Mac OS 8.5 or higher; PowerPC,G3, or higher; a CD drive, 256-Color Monitor. This version of the presentation has been tested on U.S. computers only.
Publishers Description Microsoft PowerPoint(R) users will love this ready-to-use presentation on "The Tabernacle," the place where God dwelled among his people. This fantastic teaching tool provides a look inside the Tabernacle and explains its many features, such as the Ark of the Covenant, the High Priest, the Golden Lampstand, and the Sacrifice. Participants will recognize Christ throughout the teaching. " PowerPoint(R) contains more than 120 slide frames, 50 colorful illustrations, charts, and diagrams. View it on a computer screen or use a digital projector. PowerPoint(R) CD contains PC and MAC versions, and worksheets and handouts in PDF format." "The Tabernacle" PowerPoint(R) is an amazing tool for teaching believers how God instructed the 12 Tribes of Israel to worship him on the journey to the Promised Land. The presentation features a cutaway illustration of the Tabernacle to provide an inside view of the layout and contents of its interior, as well as how the encampment was arranged around it. The presentation covers in detail the elements of the Tabernacle including illustrations and details of these five areas: An introduction to the Tabernacle The Courtyard The Holy Place The Most Holy Place (Holy of Holies) The High Priest and the Day of Atonement Pastors and teachers love this amazing teaching on the Tabernacle. The PowerPoint(R) goes through the Tabernacle exterior and interior feature-by-feature explaining their importance to Old Testament worship as well as its reflection found in the New Testament worship of Jesus. The Tabernacle PowerPoint(R) includes full-color illustrations and detailed descriptions of each of these features, their measurements, their purposes, as well asScripture references: The Gate of the Court Court Fence Brazen Altar Offerings Laver of Bronze Tabernacle Holy Place Golden Lampstand Table of Showbread (Shewbread) Altar of Incense Veil Most Holy Place (Holy of Holies) Ark of the Covenant Mercy Seat The Cloud and Pillar of Fire The High Priest and His Holy Garments The teaching offers in-depth information on the Ark of the Covenant: A physical description of the Ark Its purpose Where it rested in the Tabernacle The Day of Atonement and the Mercy Seat Where God dwelled and spoke to the Priest Students gain new insight into the role of the High Priest: Qualifications Clothing and the purpose of the 11 specific items found in scriptures, such as the Turban (or Mitre), onyx stones on shoulders, and breastplate with 12 precious stones Service of the High Priest Aaron, the High Priest Jesus, the better High Priest Another excellent feature of "The Tabernacle PowerPoint(R) "is its flexibility. Pastors and teachers can present the PowerPoint(R) in one setting or as a series of study sessions. Once loaded onto a computer, the teacher has flexibility as to how the information is presented: Rearrange the format for specific environment or time considerations Present at the speed that's best for study participants Or use only a portion of the information for a special presentation "The Tabernacle" PowerPoint(R) reproducible worksheet include: A diagram of the Tabernacle, its main elements, and how the 12 tribes of Israel encamped around it A Chart of the Seven Steps to Worshipping God in the Tabernacle (Steps 1-4 and 5-7) A one-page explanation of sacrifices in the Tabernacle An explanation of symbolism in the Tabernacle and Patterns of WorshipThe Ark of the Covenant and the Mercy Seat The Cherubim A map of the Journey of the Ark of the Covenant Fascinating Facts About the Tabernacle
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Studio: Rose Publishing
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.58" Width: 5.79" Height: 0.54" Weight: 0.15 lbs.
Release Date Mar 31, 2004
Publisher ROSE PUBLISHING #629
ISBN 1890947741 ISBN13 9781890947743 UPC 646723003166
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More About Rose Publishing
Creating easy-to-understand Christian products that help people grow their faith by offering solutions to life's problems.
Rose Publishing started with two "Then and Now"® Bible Maps in 1991 and a dream to make Bible teachings and basic Christian beliefs understandable to everyone. We expanded our line to Christian living topics that help people find the joy of growing through the good news of Jesus Christ.
Rose Publishing creates full-color products (award-winning books, wall charts, pamphlets, DVD-based curriculum, and PowerPoints®). They are designed for personal, church, small group, and school use, and are packed with easy-to-understand diagrams, illustrations, maps, photos, charts, and time lines to bring Christian teachings to life.
The Story of Rose Publishing
Rose Publishing was started by a Sunday school teacher and a public school teacher in 1991. The mother-daughter team realized there were very few good Bible charts, time lines, and maps on the market for their classes and began creating their own. Other teachers started asking for the charts and the company was born.
From those few charts locally, to thousands of loyal customers worldwide today, Rose Publishing is the only Christian publisher that specializes in graphics-rich products. Rose has become known for providing quality products developed by expert authors, including professors and consultants from evangelical Christian colleges and seminaries. The management team and sales staff is made of up industry professionals with years of experience.
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Reviews - What do customers think about Software-Tabernacle-Powerpoint?
The Tabernacle by Rose Publishing May 11, 2008
I was very pleased, it was very informative and showed how the tabernacle was built, and the objects in it and in the holy of holies, and how it was made to the exact commandments of God given to Moses. And told about the priesthood.
Extremely helpful and easy to use Feb 8, 2008
Every Bible teacher should have this if you are teaching Old Testament passages. It really helps the visual aspect of the lessons.
PowerPoint presentation on the Tabernacle Jan 24, 2008
This is a ready-to-use PowerPoint presentation on the Tabernacle in the Wilderness of Sinai. It has 50 slides, each with illustrations, diagrams, and charts. This is designed for a teacher to present. It does not have music or sound. It runs on Mac or PC.
1. Large full-color illustration of the Tabernacle, with the tent "cutaway" to show the interior. 2. Slides of each of the furnishings: bronze altar, brass laver, table of showbread, golden lampstand/candlestick, table of incense, ark of the covenant, mercy seat, and the veils. 3. Slides and descriptions of the high priest's garments. 4. Slides describing each of the sacrifices, the meaning, and symbolism. 5. Slide showing parallels between the work of the high priest and Jesus Christ 6. Slide of a bird's-eye view of the Tabernacle and the tribes camped around it. 7. Close up slides of the Holy Place and Most Holy Place.
These images and content are also available in other forms: 1. A $3.99 pamphlet suitable for students. Appropriate for Bible studies and small groups. Click here to see The Tabernacle 2. A wall chart: Tabernacle Cutaway Wall Chart (Exclusive! Tabernacle Cutaway Wall Chart) 3. It is also included in the book, Rose Book of Bible Charts, Maps, and Time Lines
The Microsoft PowerPoint application does not come on the disk. You need to have it already on your computer, but most people who have Microsoft Office already have PowerPoint.
The Tabernacle pamphlet - with illustrations, diagrams, charts Jan 24, 2008
The Tabernacle pamphlet is a helpful resource. It has 14 panels and shows: 1. Large full-color illustration of the Tabernacle spread over 3 panels, with the tent "cutaway" to show the interior. 2. Illustrations of each of the furnishings: bronze altar, brass laver, table of showbread, golden lampstand/candlestick, table of incense, ark of the covenant, mercy seat, and the veils. 3. Illustration and description of the high priest's garments. 4. Sacrifices, the meaning, and symbolism. 5. Parallels between the work of the high priest and Jesus Christ 6. Bird's-eye view of the Tabernacle and the tribes camped around it.
The images and content of this pamphlet are also available in: 1. A 50-slide ready-to-use PowerPoint presentation: Tabernacle (PowerPoint) (PowerPoint Presentations) 2. A wall chart: Tabernacle Cutaway Wall Chart (Exclusive! Tabernacle Cutaway Wall Chart) 3. It is also included in the book, Rose Book of Bible Charts, Maps, and Time Lines
Great Author published too soon Aug 30, 2004
Thomas H. Cook is one of our finest mystery writers, He bucks the usual trend and (except for a couple of early novels) has avoided the dreaded serial mysteries that have killed many a lesser talent (Patricia Cornwall to name just one). This novel catches him about two novels before he was worthy of being published. Compare this to "Chatham School Affair" or "Breakheart Hill" and pretend he never wrote this one.