Among the many exciting themes that flow from Genesis to Revelation, God has shown that He is the designer of garments. Had it not been for Him, Adam and Eve would have left His presence covered but not clothed, wearing fig leaves inadequately sewn by their own hands rather than coats of skin from an animal sacrificially slain by His. By clothing sinners through the bloodshed of a substitute, He foreshadowed the work that His Son would accomplish on the cross as Sacrifice and Substitute. If clothing Adam pointed forward to the finished work of our suffering Saviour on the cross, clothing Aaron is intended to direct our minds to the ongoing work of our Priest on the throne.
This beautiful book contains colourful artwork by Norman J.M. Miller.
Contains chapters on the following topics and more:
*The Consecration of the Priest
*The Urim and Thummim
*God’s Unlimited Man
*Great and Greater Things