Visual aids are very helpful in communicating biblical truth. God himself used many visual aids to teach us things about his person and his work.

Psalm 19 tell us that creation itself is like a huge

visual aid that declares the glory of God. Jesus, when he walked the earth, referred to vines, flowers and fields to make a point. The altar and the cross are both places associated with death, and for the believer, they are reminders of the substitutionary work of Christ.

 

There are topics in the Bible, such as the Tabernacle of Moses, that are almost impossible to communicate without a visual aid. Yet the stories surrounding the Tabernacle provide foundational background to the New Testament.

 

Loved by young and old alike, visual aids bring important lessons to life, and help in comprehension and retention.

Appropriate for these audiences:

●  All ages. They are particularly helpful for those who know little about the Bible or are visual learners.

●  Leaders and students of the Worldview Rethink curriculum.

Designed for:

●  Study of the Tabernacle with free downloadable lessons. (Coming soon.)

●  Use with the Tabernacle Furniture Set.

●  Use as a visual aid in the Worldview Rethink course.

●  Use as a visual aid to accompany GoodSeed tools such as The Stranger on the Road to Emmaus, All that the Prophets Have Spoken or By This Name.

Appropriate for these audiences:

●  Group Bible studies

●  Home-school Bible class

●  All age groups

 

 

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In the Bible, there are about 50 chapters dedicated to the Tabernacle.

 

Why does the Bible provide so much detail? One reason is that it is God’s visual aid to explain what Jesus would do on the cross. When understood correctly, the Tabernacle helps shed light on the work of Jesus.

How do  you  communicate its important message? Perhaps as you’ve read the description of the Tabernacle you’ve found yourself getting lost in all the details. You’ve read the measurements and descriptions but still don’t have a good picture of what it was actually like.

This 1:90 scale model gives you the opportunity to visualize the Tabernacle and understand its significance.

 

TABERNACLE MODEL KIT

VISUAL AIDS

Assembly: Assembly of this 328-piece kit not only helps expand your understanding of the Tabernacle, it also gives you an excellent tool to help teach others about the Tabernacle. The pieces do not come painted and although it can be assembled as it is for a more realistic model, painting is recommended (paints and brushes not included).

Detailed construction: The parts are made of durable plastic with rubber figures, making it a lightweight finished product.

Instructions included: Instructions for assembly

are included with the model.

 

Specifications:

Dimensions: 23" x 12" x 4 " (59 x 31 x 10 cm)

Scale: 1:90

Weight: 5.1LB (1.4kg)

 

Note: This model is included in the Worldview Rethink Gold Kit.

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Designed for:

●  Use with the Tabernacle Model Kit.

●  Use as a visual aid in the Worldview Rethink course.

●  Use as a visual aid to accompany GoodSeed tools such as The Stranger on the Road to Emmaus, All that the Prophets Have Spoken or By This Name.

●  Use with free downloadable lessons. (Coming soon.)

 

Appropriate for these audiences:

●  Group Bible studies

●  Home-school Bible class

●  All age groups

 

 

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The Tabernacle Furniture Set contains 1:10 scale models with relevant pieces electroplated in gold. The set provides a helpful visual when teaching on the Tabernacle. Each item is carefully designed according to the guidelines laid out in Scripture to give you an accurate tool to help in your teaching.

As the word glory carries with it a concept of weightiness, each article in this set has physical weight, helping reinforce the concept of God’s glory.

TABERNACLE FURNITURE SET

 

 

Includes:

●  Ark of the Covenant: Details are simple but elegant. Dimensions 10.2 cm x 6.1 cm x 13.5 cm. 4” x 2.4” x 5.3”

The Altar of Incense: Also known as the golden altar. Dimensions 5.8 cm x 5.1 cm x 10.4 cm. 2.3” x 2” x 4.1”

●  Menorah (Lampstand): Based on a careful study of the Arch of Titus in Rome, where plundered Temple furniture are depicted.

Dimensions 10.2 cm x 6 cm x 13.5 cm. 4” x 2.4” x 5.3”

●  Table of Showbread: The loaves are provided as shown, but can be changed.

Dimensions 8.9 cm x 6.4 cm x 8.4 cm. 3.5”x 2.5” x 3.3”

●  Bronze Altar: People are often surprised at how large the altar is in comparison to the other pieces.

Dimensions 25.4 cm x 25.4 cm x 15.2 cm. 10” x 10” x 6”

●  Laver: Size is based on the fact that it had to be carried. Dimensions 3.3 cm x 3.3 cm x 7.62 cm. 1.3” x 1.3” x 3”

 ● Tablets of the Law, Pot of Manna & Aaron’s Rod: These items were placed in the Ark of the Covenant.

Note: This model is included in the Worldview Rethink Gold Kit.

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This set comes in a sturdy and padded carrying case. This set is included in the Worldview Rethink Gold Kit.

Use the Tabernacle Furniture Set to help bring clarity and understanding to the significance of the Tabernacle articles.

 

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The ark is a 1:10 scale model electroplated in gold. This set contains:

 

●  The ark of the covenant

●  Atonement cover

●  Aaron's rod that budded

●  Jar of manna

●  Two stone tablets

The Bible's overall instructions for constructing the ark are quite specific with the exception of the cherubim. The details of this model are kept simple but elegant.

This is an item that can be left on your desk or mantel as a conversation starter. It also makes an outstanding gift. Once you have them interested, you can give them a copy of By This Name or The Stranger on the Road to Emmaus.

The ark is included in:

●  The Tabernacle Furniture Set

●  Worldview Rethink Gold Kit

THE ARK OF THE COVENANT

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The menorah was one of the pieces of furniture in the Tabernacle. Though its shape is known, the Bible does not give the size of the menorah. However, a depiction of the menorah (and thus its size) can be seen on the Arch of Titus. This arch was built to commemorate the Roman General Titus's conquest of Jerusalem and the plunder of the Temple and its artifacts. The menorah in this set was designed based on a careful study of that monument.

The menorah was the only light in the Tabernacle. It was to burn continuously. Christians believe it is a picture of Jesus who said,

"I am the light of the world. Whoever follows me will never walk in darkness, but will have the light of life." - John 8:12 (NIV)

It is understood that, just as the menorah was the only light in the Tabernacle, so Jesus Christ is the only one who can tell us how to walk in this world, the only one who can give us the true path to eternal life.

The menorah is 1:10 in scale and constructed of metal and electroplated in gold. It is packed in a box and can be presented as a gift.

The menorah is included in:

●  The Tabernacle Furniture Set

●  Worldview Rethink Gold Kit

THE MENORAH

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Ark dimensions (not including poles):

6.4 cm x 6.5 cm x 13.5 cm. 2.5” x 2.55” x 5.3”

Atonement cover dimensions:

6 cm x 6.5 cm x 11 cm. 2.36” x 2.55” x 4.3”

 

Menorah Dimensions:

10.2 cm x 6 cm x 13.5 cm. 4” x 2.4” x 5.3”

 

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WORLDVIEW RETHINK BASIC TOOLBOX

 

 

 

The Basic ToolBox is designed for use in the Worldview Rethink Curriculum.

The Basic ToolBox provides 28 full-colour, die-cut laminated cardboard visual aids. When assembled, they become 3D teaching tools that enhance the course. The visual aids can be assembled and disassembled as needed, and packed for easy storage and transportation.

Detailed instructions of how to use the Basic ToolBox are found in the Leader's Guide within the Worldview Rethink curriculum box.

Appropriate for these audiences:

 

All ages. They are particularly helpful for those who know little about the Bible or are visual learners.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Includes:

 

•  Stone altar

•  Sheep (ram, live lamb, sacrificed lamb)

•  Noah’s ark

•  Tower of Babel

•  Passover door (with man and firstborn)

•  Two stone tablets (Ten Commandments)

•  Two-sided coin

•  Sheepfold (with 12 sheep and shepherd)

•  The cross and tomb

•  Weigh scale

•  Perfectly just and perfectly loving scale

•  Isaac

•  Priest

•  Heart

•  Covering for the heart

•  Serpent on pole

•  Statue of Dagon (standing and broken)

•  Silhouette man (for string)

•  Garden produce

•  Tribal canoe paddle

 

Note: This ToolBox is included in:

●  Worldview Rethink Starter Kit

●  Worldview Rethink Silver Kit

●  Worldview Rethink Gold Kit

 

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WORLDVIEW RETHINK INTERMEDIATE TOOLBOX

The Intermediate ToolBox is designed for use in the Worldview Rethink Curriculum.

The 13 visual aids found in the Intermediate

ToolBox take The Course to a whole new

level, both for the leader and the student.

These 3D visuals work in concert with both

the Basic and Advanced ToolBoxes. They

have a way of engaging the student like

little else can.

Detailed instructions of how to use the Intermediate ToolBox are found in the Leader's Guide within the Worldview Rethink curriculum box.

Appropriate for these audiences:

 

All ages. They are particularly helpful for those who know little about the Bible or are visual learners.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Includes:

 

• Hebrew scroll (containing the Torah)

• Papyrus

• Fig leaves

• Medium 3D sheep

• Gavel

• Length of chain

• Sheepskin (synthetic)

• Award (medal)

• Rat

• Fruit/Vegetables

• Puzzle pieces (three sets)

• Luxury toy car

• Clothes basket

 

 

Note: This ToolBox is included in:

●  Worldview Rethink Silver Kit

●  Worldview Rethink Gold Kit.

 

Features

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WORLDVIEW RETHINK ADVANCED TOOLBOX

The Advanced ToolBox is designed for use in the Worldview Rethink Curriculum.

The Advanced ToolBox contains the most

elaborate visual aids in the Worldview Rethink

curriculum. These visual aids are so unique that,

whether young or old, students often move to

get a closer look. They are the ultimate in awe

factor, even as God intended.

Detailed instructions of how to use the Advanced ToolBox are found in the Leader's Guide within the Worldview Rethink curriculum box.

 

As a leader, you will find that the Advanced

ToolBox is a valuable asset in enhancing

comprehension—whether used in conjunction

with the Worldview Rethink curriculum or as part

of an independent Bible study lesson.

Appropriate for these audiences:

 

All ages. They are particularly helpful for those who know little about the Bible or are visual learners.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Includes:

 

Large 3D Sheep

Tabernacle Model Kit

Tabernacle Furniture Set

 Ark of the Covenant

 The Altar of Incense

 Menorah (Lampstand)

 Table of Showbread (Table with the Bread)

 Bronze Altar

 Laver (Bronze Basin)

 Tablets of the Law

 Pot of Manna

 Aaron’s Rod

 

 

Note: This ToolBox is included in:

Worldview Rethink Gold Kit.

 

Features

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LARGE 3D SHEEP

The Large 3D Sheep is designed for use in the Worldview Rethink Curriculum.

This 10-inch model, complete with synthetic wool, helps explain in a very meaningful way the significance of the lamb sacrifice. It is especially helpful if teaching a group.

Detailed instructions of how to use the Advanced ToolBox are found in the Leader's Guide within the Worldview Rethink curriculum box.

Note: This large 3D sheep model is included in:

●  Worldview Rethink Gold Kit.

 

 

 

 

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