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ETERNITY can never fathom the depth of love revealed in the cross of Calvary. It was there that the infinite love of Christ and the unbounded selfishness of Satan stood face to face. The entire system of Judaism, with its types and symbols, was a shadow of the cross, extending from Calvary back to the gate of Eden, and contained a compacted prophecy of the gospel.
At the present day the person who comes to the study of the New Testament through the interpreting lights of the types and symbols of the Levitical services, finds a depth and richness in the study that are found in no other way. It is impossible to have exalted views of Christ’s atoning work if the New Testament is studied without a previous knowledge of the deep, bloodstained foundations in the Old Testament gospels of Moses and the prophets.
“In every sacrifice, Christ’s death was shown. In every cloud of incense His righteousness ascended. By every jubilee trumpet His name was sounded. In the awful mystery of the holy of holies His glory dwelt.”
In the light shining from the sanctuary, the books of Moses, with their detail of offerings and sacrifices, their rites and ceremonies, usually considered so meaningless and void of interest, become radiant with consistency and beauty. There is no other subject which so fully unites all parts of the inspired Word into one harmonious whole, as the subject of the sanctuary. Every gospel truth centers in the sanctuary service, and radiates from it like the rays from the sun.
Every type used in the entire sacrificial system was designed by God to bear resemblance to some spiritual truth. The value of these types consisted in the fact that they were chosen by God Himself to shadow forth the different phases of the complete plan of redemption, made possible by the death of Christ. The likeness between type and antitype is never accidental, but is simply a fulfillment of the great plan of God.
In “The Cross and Its Shadow,” the type and the antitype are placed side by side, with the hope that the reader may thus become better acquainted with the Saviour. It is not the intention of the author of this work to attack any error that may have been taught in regard to the service of the sanctuary, or to arouse any controversy, but simply to present the truth in its clearness.
The book is the result of many years of prayerful study of the types and symbols of the sanctuary service, and is sent forth with a prayer that the reading of it may arrest the attention of the thoughtless, give the Christian new views of Christ’s character, and lead many into the sunlight of God’s love.
SECTION I. THE SANCTUARY
I. LIGHT IN THE DARKNESS Listen Free to this Chapter!!
II. THE TABERNACLE Listen Free to this Chapter!!
III. HISTORY OF THE SANCTUARY
SECTION II. FURNITURE OF THE SANCTUARY.
IV. THE ARK
V. THE GOLDEN CANDLESTICK
VI. THE TABLE OF SHOWBREAD
VII. THE ALTAR OF INCENSE AND ITS SERVICE
SECTION III. THE PRIESTHOOD
VIII. CHRIST OUR HIGH PRIEST
IX. OFFICE AND WORK OF THE HIGH PRIEST
X. THE PRIESTS
XI. THE LEVITES
XII. THE GARMENTS OF THE PRIESTS
SECTION IV. SPRINGTIME ANNUAL FEASTS
XIII. THE PASSOVER
XIV. THE FEAST OF UNLEAVENED BREAD
XV. THE OFFERING OF THE FIRST-FRUITS
SECTION V. VARIOUS OFFERINGS
XVII. THE SIN-OFFERING
XVIII. THE BURNT-OFFERING
XIX. THE, DRINK-OFFERING
XX. THE MEAT-OFFERING
XXI. THE TRESPASS-OFFERING
XXII. THE OFFERING OF THE RED HEIFER
XXIII. THE PEACE-OFFERING
XXIV. THE CLEANSING OF THE LEPER
SECTION VI. SERVICES OF THE SANCTUARY
XXV. THE COURT AND ITS SERVICES
XXVI. THE WORK IN THE FIRST APARTMENT
XXVII. A WONDERFUL PROPHECY
SECTION VII. THE AUTUMNAL ANNUAL FEASTS
XXVIII. THE FEAST OF TRUMPETS
XXIX. THE DAY OF ATONEMENT, OR THE WORK IN THE SECOND APARTMENT OF THE SANCTUARY
XXX. DUTY OF THE CONGREGATION ON THE DAY OF ATONEMENT . Listen Free to this Chapter!!
XXXI. THE NATURE OF THE JUDGMENT
XXXII. THE FEAST OF TABERNACLES
SECTION VIII. LEVITICAL LAWS AND CEREMONIES
XXXIII. THE FEAST OF JUBILEE
XXXIV. THE CITIES OF REFUGE
XXXV. THE ROCK
XXXVI. VARIOUS LEVITICAL LAWS
SECTION IX. THE TRIBES OF ISRAEL
XLIX. ONE HUNDRED FORTY-FOUR-THOUSAND
L. THE LOST TRIBES