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Diagrams of the Tabernacle and Basic Layout The tabernacle consisted of a tent-like structure (the tabernacle proper) covered by rug-like coverings for a roof, and an external courtyard (150 feet by 75 feet). The whole compound was surrounded by a high fence about 7 feet in height. The fence was made of linen hangings held by pillars.Where was the Tabernacle in the Book of numbers?
In the second chapter of the Book of Numbers God commanded Moses and Aaron how to layout the camp of the Hebrews, and how to organise the tribes around the Tabernacle of meeting. In the middle is the Tabernacle and the tribe of Levites camps around it.How do I get into the tabernacle’s outer court?
The curtain gate on the East side is the only entrance (i.e., The Way) into the Tabernacle’s Outer Court. The Outer Court represents the Body of man ( 1 Thessalonians 5:23 ).Where were the tribes of Israel in the Tabernacle?
The Encampment Layout of the Tribes of Israel was set up according to groups of tribes placed together on each of the camp's four sides (Numbers 2). The Camps of Judah, Issachar and Zebulon were located on the eastern side of the tabernacle and were collectively under Judah's standard.