This is the 12th session (12 of 16) in a series about Praying Through The Tabernacle. The first 8 audios cover the detailed teaching about each piece of furniture. Audio 9 through 16 are example prayer sessions at each of the furniture pieces.
This is the fourth in the series of example prayer sessions,
at each of the stops along the way to the Holy of Hollies.
This audio is about praying at 5 Pillars located at the entrance of the Holy Place, The is the portal, or the door of the Holy Place. Of course, Jesus is The Way, The Truth, and The Life. The Door. No one comes to the Father, except by Him. And this Tabernacle is a Biblical plan of approaching God, so we must do so by Christ. We also know that Isaiah 9:6 speaks of Jesus, the Messiah being the: Wonderful, Counselor, Mighty God, Everlasting Father, and the Prince of Peace. As such, each of the pillars of this particular portal are assigned those labels. It seems fitting, and of Biblical significance.
This is the fourth step of the prayer journey. On this audio, A. Mangun gives an example prayer at this 3rd stage of the prayer journey through the Tabernacle Plan. If you wish to hear the detailed / condensed, teaching RE each piece of Tabernacle furniture, you may do so by going to the following links: https://archive.org/details/1TabernaclePrayerPlanIntro
On each of the above audios a typically hour long sessions were distilled down to contain only about 15 minutes worth of the most powerful essentials, and audio excerpts, from each session. So you can quickly get the powerful essence of each session listening to these audios. Use these to quickly remind you of the importance of each part of the Tabernacle Prayer experience. Also as a quick refresher of the
importance of each stop, and a reminder of the goal to accomplish at
each stop along the prayer journey.
These audios discarded about 75% of the prior audio content, and satisfy the requirements for FAIR USE LAWS.
Other example prayer sessions can be found at the following links: https://archive.org/details/09EnteringWithThanksNPraiseEgPrayer