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  • n. a case on the altar of a church that contains the consecrated host and wine for the Eucharist
  • n. the portable place of worship in which the Jews carried the Ark of the Covenant described in the book of Exodus


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  • "Tabernacle" is another term found here as well as there (Lu 9: 31, 33): an undesigned coincidence confirming Peter's authorship of this Epistle. that ye may be able -- by the help of this written Epistle; and perhaps also of Mark's Gospel, which Peter superintended. always -- Greek, "on each occasion": as often as occasion may require. to have ... in remembrance -- Greek, "to exercise remembrance of."

    Commentary Critical and Explanatory on the Whole Bible

  • "Tabernacle" is appropriate to Him, as His human nature is the tabernacle which He assumed in becoming Immanuel,

    Commentary Critical and Explanatory on the Whole Bible

  • Whenever the Tabernacle is moved, the Levites will take it down and set it up again.

    Religious tolerance UN style

  • The Tabernacle is located at the heart of an asteroid that suspiciously keeps missing a collision with Earth.

    REVIEW: River of Gods by Ian McDonald

  • In later years, it was known as the Tabernacle and was the site of wrestling matches and concerts with stars such as singer Patsy Cline.

    Bush Tabernacle Meeting Hall in Purcellville to reopen after renovations

  • Some amusing howlers, of course: "The Tabernacle is a respectable for holding the Host".

    Will you be at...

  • Some children revealed poor teaching on the Eucharist "In the Tabernacle is the blessed bread" but others had clearly been very well taught, and were able to explain about the Mass,and the Real Presence with reverence and understanding.

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  • But Hebrews has in mind the cleansing of the Tabernacle, which is what would make the grain sin offering acceptable in the first place, so, in a manner of speaking, the shedding of blood is necessary for forgiveness.

    What Do You Say That I Did?

  • At the time, Agnes 'sister and her brother-in-law lived at what is now the Lincoln residence in Tabernacle.

    Archive 2005-09-01

  • The Tabernacle is the house-shaped part of the altar where the sacred vessels containing the Blessed Sacrament are kept.

    Baltimore Catechism No. 3 (of 4)


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