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"and the similitude of the Lord shall he behold" (Numbers 12:8). This is the answer. The Lord only showed a representation of Himself, at times in the figure of a man. No one saw His spiritual essence. As we see elsewhere in Scripture, frequently when men saw an angel, they fell as dead men; how much more would it be to see the essence of God? Also, The ...


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The prophet Isaiah speaks to the theme of the new heavens and a new earth. We would do well to consider, therefore, what he has to say about the Sabbath within the context of new heavens and a new earth: Regarding new heavens and a new earth the prophets says in Isaiah 65:17 - “For behold, I create new heavens and a new earth; And the former things ...


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In the context of Hebrews, the writer made references to the Tabernacle only, not the Temple. In the wilderness wanderings, at the time of the Tabernacle, the contents in the Ark of the Covenant were the stone tablets, the pot of manna, and Aaron's rod. If the manna and the rod were not transported in the Ark, scripture would have specified how they were ...



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