The Tabernacle Model Kit
The Tabernacle Model Kit gives you just that! Assembling this 328 piece kit can not only help expand your understanding of the Tabernacle, but in the end will also give you an excellent tool to help teach others about the Tabernacle. Learn more
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Looking for a way to use the Old Testament Tabernacle to share Christ?
You know the Tabernacle’s important because it’s talked about so much in Scripture, but how do you communicate its message? How do you show how the Tabernacle gave a picture of Christ and pointed to the salvation He would bring?
Perhaps as you’ve read the description of the Tabernacle you’ve found yourself getting bogged down in all the details. You've read the measurements and descriptions but still don’t have a good picture of what it was actually like.
Don’t you sometimes wish you could just see it? That rather than having to try to get a mental picture of how it all worked that there was something you could physically look at to help explain it?
The Tabernacle Model Kit gives you just that! Assembling this 328 piece kit can not only help expand your understanding of the Tabernacle, but in the end will also give you an excellent tool to help teach others about the Tabernacle. The parts are made of a durable plastic with rubber figures, making for a light-weight finished product. The pieces do not come painted and although it can be assembled as-is, for a more realistic model painting is recommended (paints and brushes not included). Instructions for assembly are included with the model. View Tabernacle Assembly & Painting Guide.
Use The Tabernacle Model Kit to help incorporate the Tabernacle with your teaching of Christ and the gospel message.
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I was extremely pleased with the quality of the tabernacle kit. We chose to paint it and IT IS BEAUTIFUL!! Teens from church painted the furniture and we spray painted the posts by sticking them in to cardboard (standing upright). One suggestion I would make: When spraying the base with textured paint, DO NOT OVER SPRAY. THE BUILD UP of the paint will affect the ease of putting in the posts and frames. Children in my class (grades 2 & 3) literally oooohed and aaaahed when I presented the tabernacle. Granted I had built them up to it, but their little eyes sparkled with “seeing” the layout and furnishings!! I displayed it for the entire congregation and young and old delighted in it. It will be placed in our media room for all teachers to use. Well worth my money, it will be a teaching tool for years to come. AND, YES, THE HIGH PRIEST TAKES SEVERAL HOURS TO PAINT.Good teaching and God bless.