The worship articles for God were inspired by God Himself and then crafted by the people of Israel. The altar was one of those items. The way it was fashioned made a statement about who it was they were worshipping. In the ancient world, a sacrifice was a deep symbolic ritual of great importance. It was critical to observe how it was carried out to understand why. In the Western world today, we do not make offerings or sacrifice animals on an altar, so this may seem strange or other worldly. Perhaps we do in other ways, but there’s no meaning to it. The bronze altar, however, signifies and magnifies the majesty of our LORD Jesus Christ. He is the ultimate sacrifice, the one who stands in our place, with feet like burnished bronze, glowing in a furnace, resistant to the flames of judgment (DANIEL 10:6; REVELATION 1:15, 2:18) .
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