The Seven-branched Candlestick mentioned in Leviticus 24:8 is called by God the Everlasting Covenant between Him and His people forever. Yet, so many people do not know this, nor do they know that it is also seen at the Throne of God in Zechariah 4:2, and again in Revelation 4:5.
Most Christians do not know that Jesus Christ comes in the midst of the Seven-branched Candlestick in Revelation 1:12.
Yet this symbol not only links the Old and New Testaments, but Jesus Christ with the Everlasting Covenant.
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This book is a complete and comprehensive study on the Seven-Branched Candlestick from the Old through to the New Testament and explains why God gave this symbol to His people and what it has to do with the end of the age and beyond.
Symbolic Interactionism is explained in one entire chapter. Symbolic Interactionism is a major perspective of sociology, yet, many do not understand how important symbols and symbolism--and indeed symbolic language-- is to man and his society from ancient times.
Yet, God understands, as He gave the symbol of the Seven-branched Candlestick to man as an Everlasting Covenant.
Is it not time you looked into the meaning of this symbol?
As the sun begins to set in the camp, the High Priest is ceremoniously lighting the oil in the Seven-branched Candlestick. The light flickers as the Cloud settles on the Holy of Holies. It is a spectacle indeed in the middle of the desert--arid and parched. Yet, the worship begins. God and His story with mankind is intriquing history history. He is known as the God of Covenants and this book addresses the Everlasting Covenant that God sealed with a symbol, not just on earth but in Heaven also. You will be enjoying and enjoining as you read about the facts of the Seven-branched Candlestick given by the God who desires to be a Father and to establish an everlasting and unbreakable consanguinity with His children forever.