The Holy Vessels and Furniture of the Tabernacle
The chief objects of the present Work are to give what is believed to be a more correct delineation, from Scripture, of the Tabernacle and its vessels, than has as yet appeared; and to draw the attention of believers to a part of the word so eminently typical of the Lord Jesus, and which has hitherto been but little investigated, and feebly appreciated. The writer does not pretend to offer a full exposition of these types; neither does he desire that his interpretation of them should be implicitly relied on, as if it must needs be the true one; he is conscious of the vast depth of the subject, and of his own inability to grasp its extent: all he wishes is, to submit what he has written to the spiritual judgment of the saints of God, trusting there may be found in it that which shall, to some extent, interest or refresh; and that there are not any fundamental errors touching the person or work of the blessed Lord; though, doubtless, there may be mistakes as to the application of truth to the types sought to be illustrated.
- Paperback | 170 pages
- 152.4 x 228.6 x 10.67mm | 312.98g
- 09 Jun 2015
- United States
- black & white illustrations
About Henry W Soltau
Henry W. Soltau (1805-1875) was born in Plymouth, England, and was educated at Trinity College, Cambridge. He gave up his law practice to devote himself to the study of the Scriptures and the work of the Gospel. He is also the author of The Tabernacle, the Priesthood, and the Offerings.