Christians often wonder whether it is worth their time to read and study the seemingly odd narratives about God's instructions for the tabernacle in the second half of the book of Exodus. The answer, according to Daniel Hyde, is an emphatic yes.
In this book, Hyde shows that the tabernacle narratives have much to teach us about God Himself, about sin, about redemption in Christ, and about how we are to live for God today. Above all, by interpreting these narratives according to solid hermeneutical principles and New Testament revelation, Hyde shows that these passages reveal Christ.
"Saturated with sound exegesis, helpful insights, pointed application, and warm devotion, God in Our Midst helps us to see in the tabernacle not merely pieces of furniture or sets of curtains, but Christ Himself, in the beauty of His holiness and the peace of His pardoning grace."?
- Rev. Brian Vos, Pastor, Trinity United Reformed Church, Caledonia, Michigan