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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
The Exposition of the Tabernacle: The Culture Exchange by Javon Rahman Bertrand is a book that looks at the Tabernacle given to Moses in a very logical and rational way. The book looks at how the Tabernacle changes our lives and culture and also exposes readers to the word of God. They are taken on a journey through the words of God and how the earth was initially created without darkness and sin. And the main reason God instructed Moses to construct the Tabernacle and gave him the blueprint was so that the culture of the people of Israel might change. Moses is the prophet God used to preserve Israel.
The Tabernacle was for the children of Israel. The book speaks about the mindset of the people of Israel which revolved around bondage and the culture of sin. The culture of sin separates us from the Lord which makes people ungrateful and unappreciative of the world. The book has some very interesting facts that will keep readers glued to it despite its cultural and religious theme. I found the book very prophetic and filled with a lot of symbolism which will give you a different perspective on God. There are also quotes from the Scriptures to give more power to the words. Apart from giving a historical account of the Tabernacle, the book also takes us back to God. The stages of sin, paradigm shift, reconciliation and redemption are all covered in this book. I found the book highly interesting and it gives you a lot of Biblical facts and truths.