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  The Ark of the Covenant
The Ark of the Covenant, which the L-rd had Moses construct, was a model of that which was in heaven.
The Ark of the Covenant is hard physical evidence which proves the absolute truth of the Bible and that Mohammed is a false prophet.
He said that when the Ark of the Covenant and the Temple furnishings were moved to the hidden chamber, that location became the Temple of the Lord, or the Holy of Holies.
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  CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Ark of the Covenant
Ark of the Covenant was a kind of chest, measuring two cubits and a half in length, a cubit and a half in breadth, and a cubit and a half in height.
Ark of the Covenant was taken by the victorious army that ransacked Jerusalem after having taken it (IV Esd., x, 22).
Ark of the Covenant as one of the purest and richest
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  Ark of the Covenant - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Ark was borne by priests into the bed of the Jordan, which separated, opening a pathway for the whole of the host to pass over (Joshua 3:15, 16; 4:7, 10, 11, 17, 18).
The Mishkan was a "portable" Temple for the Ark of the Covenant.
JAH, "The Ark of The Covenant in Ireland".
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The Ark of the Covenant is described in the Hebrew Bible as a sacred container built by Moses, in which rested the stone tablets containing the Ten Commandments.
The Ark was deposited in the "holy of holies," and was so placed that one end of the poles by which it was carried touched the veil which separated the two apartments of the tabernacle (1 Kings 8:8).
Speculations that the Ark of the Covenant may have operated as an electrical capacitor are common amongst electrical engineers; they say that the design of it allowed it to store electric charge, and thus could facilitate an electric discharge between the cherubs.
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 Ark of the Covenant Replicas
Welcome To Ark of the Covenant Replica's Home Page
Ark Replica based on the Ark where Moses stored the Ten Commandments
Three different Arks available; The regular Ark that can be personalized (at left)
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 The Ark Of The Covenant - Crystalinks
The Ark of the Covenant is mentioned by prophets in both the Bible and the Qur'an.
The Mishkan was a "portable" Temple for the Ark of the Covenant.
The Ark of the Covenant was the focus of the highly popular 1981 adventure film, Raiders of the Lost Ark. The plot suggests that Adolf Hitler, deeply interested in supernatural power and the occult, wants to acquire the Ark in order to rule the world.
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 The Lost Ark of the Covenant
The Ark of the Covenant, constructed during the Israelites' wanderings in the desert and used until the destruction of the First Temple, was the most important symbol of the Jewish faith, and served as the only physical manifestation of God on earth.
The Ark was built by Bezalel, son of Uri, son of Hur, who constructed the entire Tabernacle –; the portable Temple used in the desert and during the conquest of the land of Israel.
The relationship between the Ark and the shekhina is reinforced by the recurring motif of clouds.
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 Ark of the Covenant
The purpose for the Ark of the Covenant was to symbolize Yahweh Elohim’s visible throne on earth.
First, the Ark of the Covenant was composed of two main parts: the Mercy Seat with its two cherubim (Angels) at each end of the Ark, and the Ark (chest or box) itself, upon which sat the Mercy Seat.
The dimensions of the Ark of the Covenant were 1 1/2 cubits in width and height and 2 1/2 cubits in length (Ex.
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 Ark of the Covenant, Ark
The Ark of the Covenant, in Judaism, is a sacred repository.
The ark lay in the Holy of Holies, the sacrosanct enclosure of the tabernacle and of the Temple in Jerusalem.
Noah's ark was a building of gopher-wood, and covered with pitch, 300 cubits long, 50 cubits broad, and 30 cubits high (Gen. 6:14-16); an oblong floating house of three stories, with a door in the side and a window in the roof.
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 Where is the Ark of the Covenant?
The fact that the Ark of the Covenant was not used in the Second Temple has led to the speculation of where the Ark is, or if it still exists on the earth.
The Ark was so important in Israel from the time of Moses through the Judges and the First Temple era, that it seems remarkable that nothing is said of it in the Bible after the Babylonian Captivity, until the Letter to the Hebrews and the Book of Revelation in the New Testament.
Is the Ark Needed for the Tribulation Temple?
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 Ark Of The Covenant
Ark of the Covenant: A Temporary Means of Forgiveness The Ark of the Covenant was more than just a special furnishing with supernatural powers -- It was also the Israelites' means of relating to God.
Ark of the Covenant: Foreshadowing the Coming Messiah At first glance, the blood sacrifices associated with the history of the Ark of the Covenant may seem somewhat disturbing.
Ark of the Covenant: Replaced by God's New Covenant The Ark of the Covenant disappeared from the Jewish Temple somewhere before or during the Babylonian invasion of Jerusalem in 586 BC.
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 The Lost Ark of the Covenant
The Ark of the Covenant, constructed during the Israelites' wanderings in the desert and used until the destruction of the First Temple, was the most important symbol of the Jewish faith, and served as the only physical manifestation of God on earth.
The Ark was built by Bezalel, son of Uri, son of Hur, who constructed the entire Tabernacle –; the portable Temple used in the desert and during the conquest of the land of Israel.
The relationship between the Ark and the shekhina is reinforced by the recurring motif of clouds.
www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org /jsource/Judaism/ark.html   (2295 words)

  
 What happened to the Ark of the Covenant?
Tradition says that the Prophet Jeremiah took the Ark and hid it in the catacombs beneath the temple as the Babylonians were getting ready to conquer and destroy Jerusalem.
According to this tradition, the Ark remains hidden in the catacombs beneath Jerusalem, waiting for the day that a Jewish temple is rebuilt.
The Babylonians conquered Jerusalem in 586 B.C. The Bible does seem to indicate that the Ark of the Covenant will be rediscovered in the end times.
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Ron was to later realise that had he discovered the chamber containing the Ark of the Covenant without first searching the base of the Calvary escarpment, it is very unlikely he would have discovered the original crucifixion site.
The New Covenant was foretold by the prophet Jeremiah (Jeremiah 31:31).
In the New Covenant, the blood and water from Christ's pierced side went into the earth, and landed upon the Ark of the Covenant containing the 10 commandments.
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 the Ark of the Covenant - Scriptural evidence points to Ethiopia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Although the Temple Mount in Jerusalem was the last known location of the Ark of the Covenant, its date of departure from the Temple is a topic of much debate.
It appears that the villain in the drama of the Ark was the subsequent king, Manasseh, and that the Ark most probably was taken out of the Temple during his reign.
Whatever the reason the Ark was removed, it is interesting to note that that just a short time after King Manasseh (687-642 BC), King Josiah (who brought great reform to the Jews) mentions the Ark's absence from the Temple.
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 Indiana Jones: Marshall College | Ark of the Covenant   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
After the Isrealites settled in Canaan, the Ark of the Covenant was briefly captured by the Philistines, who took it to several places in their land, causing each one to suffer some sort of misfortune.
When the Philistines placed the Ark in Ashdod, before a great statue of their god, Dagon, the statue was soon found to be smashed beside the Ark. A plague of disease, death and famine rained down on the Philistines.
Indiana Jones and Marion Ravenwood were prisoners at the Ark ceremony, but both closed their eyes and refused to look at the Ark. They were spared the fiery cataclysm that consumed Belloq, Toht, Deitrich and the other Germans.
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 Ark of the Covenant, the sacred box
The ark contained the tablets of the Law (Deuteronomy 10:2), a pot of manna and Aaron's rod (Hebrews 9:4), and was the focal point of the presence of God.
The Ark of the Covenant was also one of the most terrifying artifacts illustrated in all of biblical history.
-- The Templars and the Ark of the Covenant: The Discovery of the Treasure of Solomon.
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 RPGnet : Review of The Ark of the Covenant
The Ark of the Covenant is a tile-laying game set in the 12th century BC, centering around the settlement of Canaan.
The goal in Ark of the Covenant is to gather as many points as possible, through the placement of followers to control large cities, roads, and fields, as well as temples.
The Ark of the Covenant's gameplay is also different enough from the original that I have no qualms in recommending it as an additional game for those who own other Carcassonnes.
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 Ark of the Covenant
The Ark of the Covenant was a center-piece of Israelite worship.
During their forty-year sojourn in the wilderness, the ark was carried by the children of Israel and it was the first thing to be brought into the promised land.
White's emphasis, contrary to the ark searchers, is on the Ten Commandments, not on the ark of the covenant.
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 Ark of Covenant Page
The Ark of the Covenant is the best known item in the Tabernacle, renowned for its mysterious powers against the enemies of Israel (I Samuel chapters 5 & 6).
The Ark of the Covenant resided in the Holy of Holies, the innermost room of the Tabernacle.
Because the children of Israel did not continue in their side of the covenant (it was impossible, Romans 8:3), God promised to make a new covenant, "not like the covenant I made with their fathers, My covenant which they broke, though I was a husband to them" says the Lord (Jeremiah 31:32).
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 The Ark of the Covenant Found!
This Ark was the same as the one built by Moses for the Tabernacle while in Mt. Sinai where God descended and gave the Law (see previous section, 'Holy Places' article 1).
The Ark was transferred from the tabernacle to the temple where it stayed for 400 years until the Temple was burned by the Babylonian invasion in 586 B.C. as described in 2 Kings 25.
The Ark is 4 ft and 3½ in.
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The ark is said to have been built shortly after the Exodus occurred, therefore the craftsmen who were commissioned to build the Ark would have learned their craft in Egypt.
Although you may not agree with my thesis, The illustration of the Ark, on these pages, is the full development of the concept of how the Ark may have been illustrated by an artist using the conventions of Egyptian art in the historic period of 1220 BCE.
The Ark is symbolically a vessel or vehicle, an Ark of transport to carry God's law, which can be likened to the belly of a boat used as a ceremonial shrine.
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 The Ark of the Covenant
Moses placed the manna from the desert before the Tablets in the old Ark of the Covenant, but the new Ark was the repository of the true Manna, the Bread come down from heaven, Jesus Christ the Son of God.
And the Ark of the Covenant proved to be a blessing for Obededom and all his household when it stayed in his house for three months (2 Kings 6:10-11).
O Ark of the new covenant, clad on all sides with purity in place of gold; the one in whom is found the golden vase with its true manna, that is the flesh in which lies the God-head.
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 Reference.com/Encyclopedia/Ark of the Covenant
The Ark of the Covenant (in Hebrew: aron habrit) is described in the Hebrew Bible as a sacred container built at the command of Moses, in which rested the stone tablets containing the Ten Commandments.
The Ark was deposited in the "holy of holies," and was so placed that one end of the poles by which it was carried touched the veil which separated the two compartments of the tabernacle (1 Kings 8:8).
Some have claimed to have discovered the Ark. One such person is the late Ron Wyatt who claimed he felt it unwise to fully excavate the Ark for a variety of reasons, including bloody ownership disputes and divine inspiration.
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