R3923-15 Berean Studies In “Tabernacle Shadows”

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  1. What did the consecration of Israel’s priesthood typify? T.39, par. 1.

  2. What is the object of the antitypical consecration? What does this consecration signify? T.39, par. 1.

  3. What is the present result and the promised future reward to those who thus consecrate? T.39, par. 1.

  4. Will all who consecrate to sacrifice reach the future royal service? T.40, par. 1.

  5. Why must one class come up “through great tribulation” in order to be “saved”? T.40, par. 1.

  6. How do the Scriptures point out a class of priests who will be destroyed in Second Death? T.40, par. 2.

  7. How did the type of Aaron’s sons represent these two classes which fail of the prize? T.40, par. 3; Z.’02-238 (2nd col.) and 239.

  8. Why were Aaron and his two remaining sons forbidden to make lamentation for their brethren thus cut off? T.40, par. 3.


  1. Who are invited to sanctify themselves, and what does this invitation signify? T.41, par. 1; Z.’03-437 (2nd col.)

  2. What are the conditions of our acceptance and begetting on God’s part? T.41, par. 1.

  3. What two parts of our consecration were shown by the typical consecration service? T.41, par. 2.

  4. How were the spiritual and the earthly natures represented in the type? T.41, par. 2.

  5. What was first done with the bullock? and what did this signify? (See Lev. 1:4.) Why was the bullock next delivered over to Moses? and what did this signify? T.41, par. 3.

  6. Why did Moses apply the blood to the horns of the altar? and what did the blood poured at base of the altar signify? T.42 (top of page).


  1. What was done with the hide, flesh, etc., of the bullock? and what did it typify? What represented the heart devotion which prompts our sacrifice? T.42, par. 1.

  2. What was done with “the ram of burnt-offering”? and what did this typify? T.42, par. 2.

  3. Briefly what did “the ram of burnt-offering” and “the ram of consecration” signify? T.45, par. 1.

  4. What was done with “the ram of consecration”? and what did it show? T.45, par. 1. Z.’03-437 (2nd col.)

  5. What significance in the priests’ waving the choice parts of the ram before the Lord? T.45, par. 2.

  6. Why did Moses take “the wave-offering” off the hands of the priests? T.46 (top of page).

  7. What was laid upon “the wave-offering” while in the hands of the priests? T.46, par. 1.


  1. What did the “three cakes” represent? T.46, par. 2. (Ex. 16:31).

  2. Why were these a necessary part of the typical service? T.46, par. 3.

  3. What significance in the sprinkling of oil mingled with blood over Aaron and his sons? T.46, par. 4. F.131, par. 1.

  4. Why was the flesh boiled and eaten? T.47, par. 1.

  5. What did the seven days of consecration typify? T.47, par. 2. (See Ex. 29:30,35,37.)

  6. Why is it especially necessary now that all who consecrate should see to it that they be “dead with him?” T.47, par. 3,4.

  7. When will all opportunity to enter the Royal Priesthood cease? T.47, par. 4.


— January 1, 1907 —