What piece of furniture won't you find in the Temple?

"So then the Lord Jesus, after he had spoken to them, was taken up into heaven and sat down at the right hand of God." (Mark 16:19)

Here is an illustration of the inside of the Temple of God when it was at its best. It has a lot of furniture in it. Tables for showbread, lavers for washing, tables for the sacrifices, the ark, etc. There is something missing. Look for it. If you don't notice what it missing, then scan below for the answer-

Figure it out yet? The verse was the clue. The piece of furniture missing from the inside of the Temple was a CHAIR. A stool, a couch. Anything to sit on. There was nowhere to sit. Priests were always at work because sin always had to be atoned for. It was endless.

When Jesus accomplished His work on the cross, He ascended to the heavenly temple and He SAT. IT IS FINISHED!!!! Sin is finally atoned for via the one Holy Sacrifice and God accepted it, signifying His acceptance by raising Jesus from the dead.

"And by that will we have been sanctified through the offering of the body of Jesus Christ once for all." (Hebrews 10:10).

Jesus is the sacrifice. He is sitting because He magnificently and perfectly finished the work. Your work is to repent. Will you?


  1. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_RRrs3Ox5lQ
    A portion of one of the best sermons I've ever heard on this subject.

    1. thanks Anonymous!

      I got the notion from a great sermon by Jim McClarty "The 8 things Jesus Accomplished on the Cross". It was such a great sermon it had me yelling! (I don't usually yell, lol)


      Praise the Lord He has raised up great and Godly men to preach and that He incited the invention of the internet so we have access to all their good sermons. We need them now, for sure.

  2. What a wonderful coincidence, Elizabeth! As I was driving home from North Carolina today, I heard a message by a Pastor in Hiddenite, NC about this very same subject! It was awesome. I don't believe it was the same Pastor, but it was from a Baptist Church. It was a message I needed to hear today.



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