If you buy only ONE BOOK in 2023, make it The Tabernacle in the Wilderness: A Tale Told in Types by Paul Burleson (Editor: Mary Burleson)
The Hebrew Scriptures (The Old Testament) and the Greek Scriptures (The New Testament) will come alive to your understanding when you see YESHUA the Anointed One (Jesus Christ) and His salvation for sinners portrayed in the construction, rituals, and typology of the Tabernacle in the Wilderness.
My father, Paul Burleson, is a master communicator who writes as he talks. He’s uninterested in fame, fortune, followers, or fancy forms. He simply wants people to know Christ and Him crucified and for sinners saved by God’s grace to love others as He has loved us.
Listen to what others say about The Tabernacle in the Wilderness.
WHAT OTHERS SAY ABOUT “THE TABERNACLE” BY PAUL BURLESON
So, what’s the “big deal”? They put up a tent in the wilderness and offered sacrifices! Paul Burleson’s book The Tabernacle in the Wilderness easily, enjoyably, and personally explained to me just what a “big deal” it was back then and how important it is to understand it today, including the “big deal” of practical applications. It will be for you too! It’s transforming from the inside out! James Milonas, President, Christian Fellowship Community, Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
In The Tabernacle in the Wilderness, Paul shows us God’s true design for our lives. This study will revolutionize your spiritual walk in so many ways. He has communicated so well that the scriptures will come alive, and faith will grow also. Get your Bible out and follow him as he shares the truth found in the Tabernacle. Deana Floro, BSN, RN, Pastor’s Wife, Bible Teacher
The Tabernacle in the Wilderness may be short but it is packed with powerful truths. Not only do we see a type and shadow of Christ in the Tabernacle, but we also see many other Spiritual truths that God has laid down for His flock. This book helps one understand those truths and perhaps will settle a few theological arguments along the way. It also clearly covers an understanding, as revealed in the Tabernacle, of our personal relationship with God through Christ. It is clear and concise and an excellent read for a lay person looking to understand a part of the Old Testament that is prominent, but rarely understood or even studied! I heartily recommend Mr. Burleson’s book! Ron Joelson, Chief Investment Officer, Northwestern Mutual.
The Tabernacle in the Wilderness is a true page-turner with zero moments of boredom. I loved reading it because honestly, it read me. I was taken by the hand through the gate to the glory, and it was all a picture of Jesus. I was shown how to stop admiring the picture and start adoring the person. This book is not informational, it is transformational. Rex Holt, Pastor, Missionary
Hang on for the bonus chapter in The Tabernacle in the Wilderness! That’s what I love about Paul Burleson—always learning, always stretching out those tent stakes to include you and me. I first sat under his teaching on the Tabernacle 45 years ago. Honestly, I didn’t know how much had been integrated into my life until I read this book. I will read it again and again! Becky Dietz, Bible Teacher, Pastor’s Wife
The Tabernacle in the Wilderness magnifies the gospel in the most graphic way possible. Paul takes something complicated and makes it as clear as a bell. After knowing him for over forty years, I know he lives out every truth that he writes about. This book will infuse your life with the supernatural power of Christ and His gospel. Steve Harris, North Carolina Baptist Convention.
SMALL GROUP LEADERS – THIS IS YOUR SUMMER OR FALL STUDY!
The Tabernacle in the Wilderness is available in KINDLE or SOFTBACK COVER.
The short, easy-to-read chapters (15 total, including the bonus chapter) make the book the perfect supplement to your small group study.
You’ll not teach a more in-depth, practical study in your lifetime!
The Tabernacle in the Wilderness is the Book of the Year for 2023 (IMO)!
Paul told me years ago that Peter was on a learning curve when Peter said:
“Peter replied, “Each of you must repent of your sins and turn to God, and be baptized in the name of Jesus Christ for the forgiveness of your sins. Then you will receive the gift of the Holy Spirit.” (Acts 2:38 NLT)
Later the Gentiles receive the gift of the Holy Spirit without being baptize, but while Peter was still preaching to them:
“Even as Peter was saying these things, the Holy Spirit fell upon all who were listening to the message…Then Peter asked, “Can anyone object to them being baptized now that they have received the Holy Spirit just as we did?” (Acts 10:44-45 NLT)
This is the saddest song I’ve ever heard:
I was a member of New Zion (Baptist church) when I was 13 years old. The only revival we had was when your father was there.
On the last night, he said at the close:
“I have a plane to catch, so I need leave during the closing prayer”.
I followed him to the parking lot yelling:
“Come back Shane; we love you, Shane.”
Do you know the story of Shane?
Here is ‘Paul Harvey’s Rest of the Story’.
Dr. X had our mother (Elizabeth) on some medicine, but she got worse. Dad took her to a Dallas doctor, and was told: “This medicine is for a short time only. It’s a wonder she hasn’t died.” Daddy told X he was nothing but a horse doctor.
Dad and Mother were in a nursing home. One day I thought Dad had a stroke because he couldn’t remember things; like not able to multiply numbers. (He was always sharp in math.) I took him to Dallas, but the doctors said he didn’t have a stroke.
I found out later X had given Dad a shot they give crazy people to calm them down. That’s why when Dad was in a hospital but thought he was in a ‘horse trough’, and wanted my belt to get out.
Years later after Dad had died, Mother was in the hospital. X didn’t know my sister was sitting in her room and heard X say, “Well Elizabeth, do you think it’s time to join Dave?” (Dad’s name was Dave.) When Ann stood up, X ran out of the room.
CHRISTIANE, I believe when we’re in heaven, we won’t know any bad stuff. Lord willing and the creek don’t rise in nine days, I’ll be 91.
There are many different size b-bees in shotgun shells. (Large size for ducks, and smaller for doves.)
In the trial of Alex Murdaugh, if the size was the same in his mother, son, and his gun, it would not prove him guilty, but if they were different, it would prove him innocent.
I’ve changed my mind about Alex Murdaugh being innocent. He is a smart person and knows if the shotgun shells were different, he would have brought that up at the start.
It didn’t take Judy long to believed he is guilty.
sadly, my comment didn’t come through the ‘machine’,
but I think you would have liked it.
Happy almost 91st Birthday ! and God bless !