Wednesday, July 21, 2010

The Desert Tabernacle Verse by Verse Video Series - Part 5 - Transportation of the Mishkan and the Census of the Levites

Here is the fifth and the last part of this series. In this verse by verse illustrational 3d video, the chapter 4 of the Book of Numbers describe the detailed order of the transportation of the parts of The Desert Tabernacle (Mishkan), as well the families of the Levites which were to participate in the process.

Covered in this video:

  1. The minute details of the transportation of the six artefacts of the Tabernacle: The Ark of The Covenant, The Table of Shewbread, The Golden Lampstand(The Menorah), The Altar of Incense, The Copper Laver and The Copper Altar of Burnt Offering.

  2. Transportation of the service utensils that were used in the service of the Sanctuary.

  3. Transportation of the parts of the Tent of The Mishkan

  4. Transportation of the rest of the parts of The Mishkan.

  5. Census of the three families of Levites (the Kohathites,the Gershonites and the Merarites), who were responsible for the actual transportation of the Tabernacle.

This video is licensed for non-commercial use only. The audio narration of the KJV of the Bible translation by Stephen Johnston (www.firefighters.org) was provided by David Williams of www.audiotreasure.com.

I hope you have enjoyed this video series!

Monday, July 19, 2010

The Desert Tabernacle Verse by Verse Video Series - Part 4 - The Altar of Incense, The Laver and an Overview of the Tabernacle

Here is the fourth part of the series. In this verse by verse illustrational 3d video, the verses 30:1-10, 30:17-21 and 40:17-38 of the Book of Exodus continue to describe the construction of The Desert Tabernacle (Mishkan) in the proper order and with minute details:

Covered in this video:
 

  1. The minute details of the gold-plated Altar of Incense, that stood inside the Tent of the Tabernacle. 

  2. The Copper (aka Bronze) Laver (Washer / Kiyor), that stood between the Tent of the Tabernacle and the Altar of Burnt Offering. 

  3. An overview of the completed Tabernacle.

  4. Cloud(Pillar) of Smoke and Cloud (Pillar) of Fire - an ever present emanation of God of Gods over the Tabernacle.
This video is licensed for non-commercial use only. The audio narration of the KJV of the Bible translation by Stephen Johnston (www.firefighters.org) was provided by David Williams of www.audiotreasure.com.


I hope you enjoy this and the following videos!

Sunday, July 18, 2010

The Desert Tabernacle Verse by Verse Video Series - Part 3 - The Altar of Burnt Offering and The Courtyard

Here is the third part of the series. In this verse by verse illustrational 3d video, the chapter 27 of the book of Exodus continues to describe the construction of The Desert Tabernacle (Mishkan) in the proper order and with minute details:

Covered in this video:


  1. The Copper (Brazen) Altar of Burnt Offering (Mizbeach). Described its Copper Grate, Staves, Rings and the Altar itself with its four horns.

  2. The Courtyard (Chatzer) of the Tabernacle. Described its minute details, including the length of its fabric sheets, arrangement and elements of the pillars, as well as the materials that were employed in the construction of the Courtyard. The dimensions of the courtyard are also shown, and set as 120x60 cubits (or 100x50 cubits if you would court only the length of the fabric sheets).

  3. Brief reference is made in regards to special Olive Oil that was used to light the seven golden lamps of the Golden Lampstand (The Menorah)
This video is licensed for non-commercial use only. The audio narration of the KJV of the Bible translation by Stephen Johnston (www.firefighters.org) was provided by David Williams of www.audiotreasure.com.

I hope you enjoy this and the following videos!

Wednesday, July 14, 2010

The Desert Tabernacle Verse by Verse Video Series - Part 2 - Corner Boards

Here is the second part of the series. In this verse by verse illustrational 3d video, the chapter 26 of the book of Exodus describe the construction of The Desert Tabernacle (Mishkan) in the proper order in with minute details:

Covered in this video:


  1. Four Coverings of the wooden frame of the Tent of the Tabernacle: First covering which was decorated with Cherubims and fifty golden clasps. Second covering of goats' hairs and its fifty copper(brass) clasps), third covering of reddened skins of rams and the fourth covering of so called "Tachash" skins.

  2. Detailed illustration of the the Boards(Planks) of the Tabernacle and related parts, including special emphasis on the Corner Boards of the Western Wall of the Tent. 

  3. Inner Vail and its Four gold-plated pillars. 

  4. Outer Vail (Entrance curtain on the east side of the Tent) and its Five gold-plated pillars.
This video is licensed for non-commercial use only. The audio narration of the KJV of the Bible translation by Stephen Johnston (www.firefighters.org) was provided by David Williams of www.audiotreasure.com.

I hope you enjoy this and the following videos!

Sunday, July 11, 2010

The Desert Tabernacle Verse by Verse Video Series - Part 1

Here is a first of the series of videos that I have made to help you better understand the details of the Mishkan. In this verse by verse 3d illustrational video, the chapters of the book of Exodus describe the construction of The Desert Tabernacle (Mishkan) in the proper order in with minute details:

This video covers entire chapter of Exodus 25, that discusses:

  1. Materials that were necessary and were donated for the construction of the Tabernacle

  2. Minute details of the Ark of the Covenant and the Ten Commandments

  3. Minute details of the Table of Shewbread and the Showbread.

  4. The details of the seven branch Golden Lampstand (The Menorah) 
This video is licensed for non-commercial use only. The audio narration of the KJV of the Bible translation by Stephen Johnston (www.firefighters.org) was provided by David Williams of www.audiotreasure.com.

I hope you enjoy this and the following videos!

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