Louis T. Talbot, D.D., LL.D.
President of The Bible Institute of Los Angeles

Copyright @ 1942


Louis T. Talbot

edited for 3BSB by Baptist Bible Believer in the spirit of the Colportage ministry of a century ago

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To my faithful friend and beloved
brother in the Lord,
Mr. Daniel Rose,
Director of the Jewish Department of
the Bible Institute of Los Angeles,
I dedicate this book as an expression of
high esteem and
Christian love



In the God-given instructions concerning the priesthood and the earthly sanctuary, which was God's dwelling place among His people, Israel, during their wilderness wanderings, we saw many significant “shadows of good things to come” in our Lord Jesus Christ.

It is with gratitude to God that we commit this book to His service. We trust Him to use it, by His grace, to magnify His name; and to lead never-dying souls to know Him as the only Saviour of sinners, the only Mediator between sinful man and a holy God.

Acknowledgment is made for help received from the following sources: “The Tabernacle in the Wilderness,” by John Ritchie; “The Tabernacle and Its Services,” by George Rodgers; “The Tabernacle, Priesthood and Offerings,” by I. M. Haldeman; “Handfuls on Purpose” by James Smith: and the “Christian Workers' Commentary,” by James M. Gray.  — L. T. T.

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