[ US /ˈtæbɝˌnækəɫ/ ]
[ UK /tˈæbənəkə‍l/ ]
  1. (Judaism) the place of worship for a Jewish congregation
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How To Use tabernacle In A Sentence

  • Previous to this, God ‘moved’ with the people in the tabernacle, which was built to house the tablets of the Commandments.
  • Additional options include erecting a sizable ornamental canopy or baldachin over the tabernacle, or setting the tabernacle within the apsidal wall or against the backdrop of a decorated reredos. Diocese of Fort Wayne-South Bend: "Concerning the Central Placement and Noble Design of Tabernacles..."
  • Regina genuflected before the tabernacle and then knelt down on one of the pews, made the Sign of the Cross and began to pray silently.
  • Shekinah was but a poor and transitory symbol has 'tabernacled' amongst men in the Christ, and has from Him been communicated, and is being communicated in such measure as earthly limitations and conditions permit, and that these do point on assuredly to perfect impartation hereafter, when 'we shall be like Him, for we shall see Expositions of Holy Scripture: Romans Corinthians (To II Corinthians, Chap. V)
  • It is now hoped to put a tapestry behind the tabernacle with a light shining on it.
  • The Temple itself (and before that the Tabernacle) was a medium of Divine revelation.
  • The incense employed in the service of the tabernacle walls compounded of the perfumes stacte, onycha, galbanum and pure frankincense. Smith's Bible Dictionary
  • He had seemed to regard his wife's chamber as a tabernacle, enshrining that which he held most sacred, and would never enter it until he was cleansed from the grime and dust of the stockyard and cattle camp, and had laid aside the associations of his working day. Lady Bridget in the Never-Never Land
  • The only bread available was consecrated bread used in the tabernacle.
  • The relatively flimsy sukkah is a striking reminder that our lives on earth are but temporary, and our reliance and trust are not in our material possessions but in our faithful and loving Father and in the One who "tabernacled" among us - Yeshua, His Son and our Messiah. Lent & Beyond
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