Sunday, we continued our "Indiana Jones & the Tabernacle of You" series. We’re studying the Old Testament tabernacle, much as an archaeologist (i.e. Indiana Jones) would . We’re trying to "unearth" how the
various artifacts teach how to have a daily relationship with God.
A few thoughts on week 2:
- The Costume — Went with the "classic archaeologist" look this week. Threw the Indiana Jones coat & hat on a coat rack on stage instead of wearing it. (I felt it’d be silly to wear the whole Indiana Jones gear a 2nd week.)
- The Munchies — I mentioned that David ate the showbread (which wasn’t forbidden according to Jesus in Mark 2:23-28). That story’s in 1 Samuel 21:1-6.
- The Attacks — Our Worship Pastor Ben told me he felt like he was under serious spiritual attack during our 1st worship service. That’s no accident because I felt that way during our 2nd worship. As I was speaking, I was tempted to think, "This stinks. It’s no good. Not connecting with anyone. Not helping." I didn’t buy the lie, though.
- The Tour — I had a member of our church turn me on to The Tabernacle Tour down in Eureka Springs, Arkansas. She & her husband loved it & highly recommended it.