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A gift of the Holy Spirit? Is it a legitimate calling? And if the Bible does affirm that this longing to create beauty is from God himself, then why do I struggle to believe it?
Missio on The Tabernacle: The Spiritual Gift of Creating Beauty
The New Testament is not always given to us in creative ways, like the storytelling and poetry of the Old Testament. Statements That Are True are powerful.
We need to know them. We get the letter, but we miss the Spirit. For example, when Paul outlines the gifts of the Spirit to the early Church, he gives no mention of craftsmanship, or musicians, or poets, or designers. Does that mean there is no place in the Church for artists? Better pack up and go home, creatives.
Nothing for you to do in the Body of Christ. But anyone who is not artistically inclined will tell artists that they are gifted — and rightly so.
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For many years, I have loved the Exodus passages that talk about Bezalel and Oholiab. In their stories, we see that the gifts of the Spirit are broader than the lists that Paul gives in his letters. And God inspired him to teach others in this holy work of creating beauty. The tabernacle was a beautiful place. Studying the story of Bezalel and Oholiab in Exodus exemplifies why it is so important for us to know the whole counsel of Scripture. The gift of craftsmanship is therefore necessary to the body of Christ.
So, seeing that God gives the gift of craftsmanship, of creating beauty, why have I struggled so much to believe that this gift in my own life is from God? The Christian culture that is my world is primarily academic. In this arm of American Christian culture, many people believe that theological knowledge is more important than creating beauty.
But it is present. Preachers, teachers, and evangelists are the most important roles in the Church because the people in these roles present the Statements That Are True that inform our faith. Adonai spoke to Moses , saying: Tell the Israelite people to bring Me gifts; you shall accept gifts for Me from every person whose heart so moves him. And let them make Me a sanctuary that I may dwell among them. Exodus What connection is there between these things?
Is there any significance to the order in which the three major events of the Exodus—the Giving of the Torah at Mount Sinai, the sin of the golden calf, and the building of the Tabernacle—seem to unfold? What is the focal point of our own synagogue sanctuaries? Why did the Israelite people need a structure to feel connected to God? Where do you feel the greatest sense of spiritual uplift or connection to God? Are our contemporary sanctuaries necessary?
What would happen if paying temple dues were completely voluntary? This, in turn, determines their use for various objects [furnishing the Tabernacle and its parts]; the closer the object is to the Holy of Holies, the more valuable the metal of which it is made. Iron is notably absent…because its utilization for more efficient weapons of death made it incompatible with the spiritual ends that the Sanctuary was intended to serve.
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Gifts of the Magi: Tabernacle Inside Out
Notify me of new posts by email. Skip to primary navigation Skip to content Skip to primary sidebar Skip to footer. But you might say, so where is the gold and the frankincense and myrrh now? Where has it gone? So, come and worship, come and welcome to Jesus Christ. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published.