Just a short walk up the rise from the Lake, we could see the replica of the Tabernacle.
This is a replica of the Tabernacle God commanded the children of Israel to build. They dismantled and reconstructed it on each of their 42 stops in the desert. It was about 50 m (150 ft) long, about 25 m (75 ft) wide, and about 2.5 m (7.5 ft) high. Inside, is a replica of the altar, the laver, and the magnificent priestly garments, including the breastplate and the ephod. It also has a replica of the Table of the Shewbread, the Menorah, the incense altar and the Holy of Holies, where the Ark with its two Cherubim stands.
This is all set out in Exodus 25:1-8.
We met our guide who was a Messianic Jew and she gave us a great understanding of the significance of each part of the Tabernacle.
The layout of the tabernacle is
For more information about Timna Park
- 2014-03-27 – Eilat – Timna Park – Petra
- Timna Park – North of Eilat
- Timna Park – Spiral Hill
- Timna Park – Ancient Mines
- Timna Park – High Priest at the Tabernacle
- Timna Park – Holy of Holies at the Tabernacle
- Timna Park – Holy Place of the Tabernacle
- Timna Park – I thought the Sphinx was in Egypt?
- Timna Park – Incense Altar in the Tabernacle
- Timna Park – Lake
- Timna Park – Menorah in the Tabernacle
- Timna Park – Mushroom Rock
- Timna Park – Outer Court
- Timna Park – Priest in the Tabernacle
- Timna Park – Replica of the Tabernacle
- Timna Park – Shewbread Table in the Tabernacle
- Timna Park – Solomon’s Pillars