R3985-133 Berean Bible Studies On The Tabernacle

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MAY 19

  1. Why was Aaron instructed to bring two rams for burnt offerings? Lev. 16:3,5; T.73, par. 1.

  2. Why did he remove his linen garments and put on “the garments of glory and beauty” before he offered the “burnt offerings”? T.72, par. 4; 73, par. 3.

  3. Were both rams then treated in the same manner? Lev. 9:12-16; T.73, par. 2.

  4. What was thus typified? T.73, par. 2.

  5. What was the difference between the “burnt offering” and the “sin offering”? T.73, par. 3.

MAY 26

  1. When will God manifest his acceptance of the complete sacrifice for the sins of the world? Lev. 9:22-24; Rev. 14:1-7.

  2. Why are the sacrifices of Christ and the members of his body called the “better sacrifices”? Heb. 7:19; 9:23.

  1. Must we expect God to bestow upon us, as his chosen Priesthood, honor and dignity before men, while we still “tabernacle” in the flesh? Phil. 2:5-10; I Cor. 4:8-14; T.73, par. 3.

  2. Where did the High Priest offer the sacrifice of burnt offering? Lev. 16:24; T.74, par. 1.

  3. Explain the difference in the significance of the garments worn by the priests during the “Day of Atonement” and those assumed by the High Priest at its close? T.74, par. 2.


  1. What did the washing of his person in water by the High Priest, after finishing the sin offering and before sacrificing the burnt offering, signify? Lev. 16:24; T.74, par. 2.

  2. Why was there “no man in the tabernacle of the congregation,” the “Holy,” when Aaron went into the “Most Holy” with the blood, both of the bullock and the Lord’s goat? Lev. 16:17; T.74, par. 4; 75, par. 1,2.

  3. Will any special punishment be visited by the Lord upon those who, by reproaches, persecutions, etc., aided in destroying the humanity of

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Christ (the bullock) and the little flock (the goat)? Lev. 16:28; T.75, par. 4.

  1. Will those who succeed in destroying the humanity, the flesh, of the great company (the scapegoat) receive any special retribution? Lev. 16:26; T.75, par. 6; 76, top of page.




  1. What was the standing of the children of Israel before God, after the Atonement-Day sacrifices were ended? Lev. 16:33,34; T.76, par. 1.

  2. To whom or to what are the sacrifices of Jesus and his Church offered? Lev. 16:14,15; T.76, par. 2.

  3. For what sins did they atone? Rom. 5:17-19; T.76, par. 2.

  4. When will God for the first time recognize the race of mankind? Lev. 9:8-23; Rom. 8:19-21, Diaglott; T.76, par. 2.


  1. What will be the glorious results of that recognition? Rev. 22:1-3; Isa. 11:6-9; 25:6-9; 35:1-10; 29:18-20; T.76, par. 2.

  2. Will the blessings resulting from the reign of righteousness established after the close of the antitypical Day of Atonement come instantaneously or gradually? Isa. 62:10-12; John 5:28,29, Diaglott; I Cor. 15:23-25, Diaglott; Isa. 65:20, etc.; T.77, par. 1.

  3. Was this gradual work shown in the typical sacrifices of the children of Israel? and how? T.77, par. 2.

  4. How can we “rightly divide” and understand these different typical sacrifices of the Jewish age? T.77, par. 3.

  5. What are the two features or parts of At-one-ment? T.77, par. 4.

  6. How and when is the first part of this At-one-ment to be effected? T.77, par. 4.


  1. How and when is the second part effected? T.77, par. 4.

  2. Does the selection of the Bride of Christ, during this age, to be associated with him in the future uplifting and regenerating of the world, indicate that, naturally, they are any better or purer than the remainder of mankind? I Cor. 1:26-29; Rom. 3:10; Psa. 49:7; T.78, par. 1,2.

  3. In whom then does all the virtue of the great Atonement sacrifice lie? T.78, par. 2.


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