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Correlations and Movement Of The Tabernacle

As the tabernacle is composed of three parts with each part having its own furnishings, they were systematically  dismantled, prepared and wrapped by the Aaronite priesthood (Aaron and his sons) , but the burden of carrying them was given to the other sons of Levi (Servant Priest caring for the general service and maintenance of the tabernacle sanctuary) as was assigned to them by Aaron and His two sons.  The children of Israel became a highly organized and disciplined army as commanded by Yahweh-Elohim. through Moses.

That means there was a strict order and arrangement for the twelve tribes just as there is a strict order and arrangements of body parts and the appendages (arms and legs) attached to and around a human body. The four corners of the human body are compared to the four standards, one on each side of the tabernacle. (See:  The Physical Body Is A Pattern and camp layout)

Then as directed, each of the three priest tribes carrying the things of the tabernacle would take their assigned place in the ranks of the twelve tribes, as they set out on their march.  This was a very systematic, orderly assemblage and process, because they were the army of Yahweh (the LORD of Hosts/Armies) lead by the cloud that turned into a pillar of fire at night ().

From the way we are explaining this correlation we hope you are able to see how the three parts of the two arms (hand, forearm and upper arm) and the two legs (the foot, lower leg and the upper leg) all together make a total of twelve parts that are compared to the twelve tribes of Israel.  In this way we can see how the human body is moved about in a way that is very similar to how the army of Yahweh carried the tabernacle and moved from place to place in the wilderness, and finally through the Jordan River on into the land of Canaan moving from battle to battle until the day it rested on a hill in Shiloh (recorded in the Book of Joshua).

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