Exodus 37.1-38.31; Matthew 28.1-20; Psalm 34.11-22; Proverbs 9.9-10
In hindsight, it seems so clear, doesn’t it? All of the things Jesus said about what would happen to him … his death … his resurrection … his being the sacrifice for us … they actually happened, just as he said. It makes you wonder: What sort of things has he told us that we have to be reminded of after the fact?
When you read about all of the furnishings for the Tabernacle, what sort of sense do you get about the attitude of the people as they gather to worship? Have we lost some of this awe in our own worship? If so, how do we regain that sense of being overwhelmed by the presence of God?
How well does Matthew 28.18-20 serve as an organizing principle for how you live your life?
In what ways do you gain comfort from hearing that God is close to the brokenhearted? How have you experienced this in your own life?
How do you sense God as the foundation of all wisdom?