Are you unable to celebrate the Feast of Tabernacles in the way that you'd prefer? Is your favorite Sukkot venue closed because of tyrannical lockdown mandates, religious persecution, or fear-inducing propaganda? Have the overzealous business closures left you without the economic means to travel?
If you are not able to celebrate the Feast of Tabernacles with a real "Tabernacle" or build a sukkah this year, why not consider attending the 3-day Project 314 Sukkot webinar, which is designed to help believers learn about the REAL EXODUS TABERNACLE? After all, before God commanded Israelites to dwell in a sukkah in remembrance of their wilderness wanderings, he also gave Moses elaborate plans for the greatest Tabernacle, which was also known as the "ohel moed" or "Tent of Appointment". Isn't it about time for those who are celebrating the ancient Hebrew holy days a.k.a., the "moedim", to understand the importance of the "appointed place" as well as the "appointed times"?
Let's face it: We've all been told that we'd be safer at home, but in reality, the new normal is neither sane nor safe, and there is absolutely nothing social about social distancing! Regardless of your circumstances this year, "Coronophobia", distancing, and mask mandates can't compel true Israelites to forsake their religious duty to gather together or study the ancient Hebrew Scriptures! Pharoah cannot succeed in keeping God's people from celebrating a feast in the wilderness!
Don't sit this Hebrew holiday season out! Time is short! Click the button below to register for Project 314's Virtual Feast of Tabernacles Webninar so you see clearly in 2020!
"Is it a rectangle or circle? Is it a box or a dome? Who cares about the shape of the Tabernacle..." If I've heard it once, I've heard it a hundred times by now... The Tabernacle is ancient history—and therefore it's irrelevant.
For good reason, Bible scholars have not been slack in flagging 50 chapters of the Bible that describe and/or make direct reference to God's ancient Tabernacle dwelling place. Likewise, it seems obvious that the original Bible authors writing throughout the centuries clearly thought the topic to be of some relevance. These simple statistics leave modern Bible-believers with a simple moral dilemma of sorts: Either the Bible texts contain God's word, which is inherently important and to be exalted and revered in some capacity, or it maybe it is not and never was relevant.
Needless to say, the book of Exodus, including the detailed Tabernacle account contained within, is a substantial part of the Bible canon that has been handed down by our forefathers since the divine revelation at Mount Sinai. Unfortunately, given the seemingly superfluous detail, many believers—as well as Bible scholars and theologians—are quick to breeze by this content, not understanding it or its importance in comprehending later revelations. Nevertheless, as the Scriptures have been inspired and orchestrated by a divine being that dwells outside of time, it becomes apparent that these Tabernacle texts are of particular importance, especially as Bible revelations and knowledge is built "precept upon precept".
To help believers comprehend the Tabernacle and many of its design specifics, this first "Learn the Pattern" webinar will incorporate content from The House of El Shaddai, which walks the audience through the Tabernacle texts on a step-by-step and verse-by-verse basis. So exacting, certain, and important are these Tabernacle details that after the webinar series, attendees will be offered a 100% MONEY-BACK satisfaction guarantee!
You probably already know that men and women were made in God's image, but did you know that the Tabernacle is also made in God's image, meaning that man is also made in the image of the ancient Hebrew Tabernacle?
As the original and true pattern of the Tabernacle is examined and understood, the anatomical parallels almost immediately become apparent. In fact, it's almost impossible to comprehend the Tabernacle without some basic knowledge of the human anatomy. After all, the ancient Hebrew texts testify to anatomical similitude, making dozens if not hundreds of references to the human body—both male and female! These references, of course, have gone and will continue to go virtually unnoticed to those holding fast to the awkward rectangular Tabernacle pattern.
Built "precept-upon-precept", this "See the Body" presentation is primarily intended for those who are already familiar with the Tabernacle's intricate and amazing design, as made evident in the first "Learn the Pattern" webinar session, or in The House of El Shaddai publications. Nevertheless, many of the details presented in this second webinar session are stand-alone witnesses to the Tabernacle's amazing round dome design, as they are rooted in anatomical Hebrew vocabulary. In addition to the literal Exodus body part references, this "See the Body" presentation demonstrates Body-Tabernacle likeness by means of geometric similarities, functional parallels, gender distinctions, material descriptions, linguistic allusions, and numerical typologies. After attending this second webinar session, you will never see the human body in the same way ever again!
After you "Learn the Pattern" of the Tabernacle and "See the Body" inside and outside, then, and only then, are you really ready to "Hear the Secrets". Which secrets? Ancient secrets. Jewish secrets and Christian secrets. Secrets that are conveyed by and contained within Judaeo-Christian religious traditions, and secrets that have been ironically obscured by adjacent religious traditions. Secrets hidden in plain sight, but virtually invisible without some firsthand and more intimate knowledge of the Tabernacle.
Unfortunately for the exceedingly dogmatic religious adherents, these ancient Tabernacle-centric secrets might be hard to accept. Why? Because these revelations demand that both Christians and Jews see the other side in a different and more positive light—with each tradition having something precious and unique to offer. This final "Receiving a Jewish Messiah" webinar session looks at traditions and texts of Christian and Jews through the lens of the Tabernacle—with the hopes of joining the "two sticks" of Judah and Joseph, and reuniting the two "house halves"—so that all of Israel may once again worship again under one roof and in perfect unity as it was in days of old.
To provide the most flexibility and to make the most of this holy-day opportunity, different webinar packages are listed below, including complete bundles and daily "ala carte" plans, depending upon your interests and availability.