sermonette: A Table is Laid
Ronny H. Graham
Given 10-Oct-14; Sermon #FT14-04s; 18 minutes
Ronny Graham, cuing in on Psalm 23, reflects on the many uses of the term "table," in noun and adjective form. Perhaps the most frequent uses of the term table signify a venue for fellowship, a place of honor, and a place for dining. In scripture, examples involving tables of the king appear for King Saul, King David, as well as King Solomon's Table—this last evoking a response of awe and wonder in the Queen of Sheba. The Table of the Lord, described in Exodus 25, with its 12 loaves, symbolizes the grandest of all tables, the 144,000 seats reserved for the Israel of God. As members of Christ's body, we have direct access to the Holy of Holies. God desires us to be at His New Testament table where we can always be in His presence, partaking of spiritual food as His family.
Ahaz David Deuteronomy 14:26 Eat Exodus 25: 23-30 Feast I Samuel 20:5 Holy of holies Leviticus 24:5-9 Luke 22 Nehemiah's table II Chronicles 9:3-4 II Samuel 9 Table Teaching of Christ took place around tables Twelve loaves Twelve tribes of Israel