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This makes the language of the Tabernacle of Moses, Levitical priesthood, Feast days, Five offerings, Divers washings
and ordinances, and the journey of Israel from Egypt to the Promised Land crucialto understanding our present day.
The apostle Paul, the "wise master builder" and architect, interprets this language of the Prophets to be "types" and
"shadows" (1 Cor.10:1-11, Rom.15:4), that brings "us to Christ" the Bridegroom (Gal.3:24, Matt.5:17-19, Heb.9:1-26,
Rom.16:25-26, Acts.28:23 / Luke.24:1-45. Acts.1:3). To misread the prophets, is to miss what "the Spirit saith unto the
Churches" during these last two days of God’s Redemptive Week. (Review: Phase 3)
Interpreting the Prophets
This study provides a pattern that anyone can apply to determine who the prophets are speaking to, “the children of the flesh of Abraham” (The Jews today Rom.9:1-7) or “the children of the promise” (Isaac / Church/ Bride Rom.9:1-8, Gal.4:28).
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A review of our text for this series
Phase 6 (Interpreting the Prophets)