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Eat onions and sit in the shade of contentment!  In other words —Satisfy yourself with little and live quietly.

GATE DOOR VEIL           
"You shall make an enclosure for the Tabernacle on the south side." [Exodus (Shemot) 27. 9 - 16 Tanakh, Torah]

In the three entrances of the Tabernacle we see MESSIAH YESHUA, THE GATE (THE WAY), THE DOOR (THE TRUTH) and THE VEIL (THE LIFE).  The number "three" represents the GODhead, the TRINITY.  OMNIPOTENT GOD'S fullness is summed up in MESSIAH as shown in these three doorways.  "For in HIM dwells all the fullness of the GODhead bodily." [Colossians 2. 9]   We approach the fullness of spiritual life only through GOD'S SON, our cherished, BELOVED REDEEMER.

THE GATE was 20 cubits x 5 cubits equaling 100.  There is 100% salvation which the LORD GOD purchased for all who will come to HIM.  It was low and wide, extending its arms (so to speak) to "whosoever will." This Gate was supported by 4 Pillars.  Those 4 Pillars show the Way to Holiness that are found in the NEW COVENANT Books of Matthew, Mark, Luke and John.

THE DOOR was 10 cubits x 10 cubits equaling 100 also. The ALMIGHTY ONE has one-hundred percent fellowship for HIS own.  This curtain was, however, higher and narrower than the Gate.  "Height" means greater and a more enlarged spiritual experience.  There is a narrower walk with ETERNAL GOD, an enlarged and higher plane of living.  It is through the sanctifying of the SPIRIT OF GOD for fellowship and service with HIM.

Some followers of CHRIST stop after entering the GATE OF SALVATION; they live selfishly, keeping silent concerning their salvation, and becoming stagnant by not allowing the RIVERS OF LIVING WATER to flow through them to others.  They have entered the Court and have failed to explore further into the heights of DIVINE GRACE.

After entering the Holy Place through THE DOOR, the priests would minister to the LORD OF GLORY at the Golden Lampstand, the Table of Showbread and the Altar of Incense.  They would partake of and participate in these illustrative objects showing their close relationship with their GOD for the people.  Those who enter into the Holy Place with GOD receive more light, food and worship.  Here the CHRISTian grows in the knowledge of MESSIAH for HE is "THE LIGHT (Golden Lampstand) OF THE WORLD." The LORD JESUS is "THE BREAD which came down from heaven (Table of Showbread)."  And, HE is the "GREAT INTERCESSOR (Altar of Incense — taking the prayers of the saints to GOD ALMIGHTY)." Here one can partake of the very life of the HOLY ONE and continue to grow in the fullness of MESSIAH YESHUA, which is the will of GOD concerning all who are HIS. 

There were Five Pillars that held up the DOOR. The Pillars represent ministries: Apostles, Prophets, Evangelists, Pastors and Teachers. [Ephesians 4. 11]

Now we come to THE VEIL which was the entrance to the Holy of Holies.  It is also 10 cubits x 10 cubits, as was the Door, but it was even more beautiful.  There was added to it the design of the cherubim, the guardians of GOD'S holiness.  The Veil was made of cunning work — the design and colours woven through the material so that it was seen on both sides.  Again, the ten-by-ten equals one hundred. . . GOD offers 100% of HIS glorious, holy presence to those who desire it for HE has purchased it for them with HIS OWN precious blood!  There is a more beautiful walk with the HOLY ONE, it is the Way of Holiness; and without holiness, no man shall see, understand, or know the ALMIGHTY ONE.  The Four Pillars holding the Veil that leads into the Holiest is characteristics of YESHUA ha'MASHIACH: Wisdom, Righteousness, Sanctification (Holiness) and Redemption. [1 Corinthians 1. 30]   It is here that we find the other two ministries:  Priest and King. [Hebrews 6. 19 thru 7. 2]

Under the OLD COVENANT, the Israelites were restricted concerning the Temple, for they were allowed only through THE GATE into the Court. They were shut off from the Holy Place by the curtain called the Door.  Only the priests, the sons of Aaron, were allowed through this entrance.  But even the priests were shut off from the Holiest Place by the Veil.  Besides Moses, only one man, the high priest, was allowed through the Veil into the Holy of Holies and that, only once a year and at that time, he could not enter without blood!   But, these restrictions were changed — done away in MESSIAH YESHUA WHO fulfilled the OLD COVENANT to establish the NEW.  "JESUS, when HE had cried again with a loud voice, and yielded up HIS SPIRIT. And behold, THE VEIL of the Temple was torn in two from top to the bottom; and the earth quaked, and the rocks were split." [Matthew 27. 50 - 51]

Have you entered into the Gate? the Door? through the Veil?  How intimately do you want to walk with the KING OF GLORY? The choice is yours, the LORD YESHUA ha'MASHIACH calls us to a higher and closer walk with HIM.

Sha’alu (Pray) for the shalom (Peace) of Jerusalem and all of Israel!
Bidding farewell to Sabbath Chazon (Shabbat of Prophecy). We use all of our senses to bid farewell to Shabbat with the Havdalah (difference) Service; we taste the wine, smell the spices, see the shadows of candles, hear prayers & songs, and touch family and friends as we wish them a "Tov Shavua — A Good Week!"

Praying for the peace of Jerusalem, is praying for the return of our Messiah and Lord and for the Kingdom of God He is bringing when He comes.  Then God's Will shall be done on earth as it is in Heaven and the world will experience true godly universal peace.  


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