Oh to See the Dawn (Part 2): The Miracle of the Torn Veil

Sunday, March 8th 2015  |  Hebrews 9: 1-14

The veil indicated both the utterly alien holiness of God and the vulgar sinfulness of man, and was an implement specified by God as an act of mercy and grace so to protect those priests and followers who served and brought sacrifices into the tabernacle and then the later temples.
The rending of the veil was, therefore, hugely significant. This sermon discusses the historical facts and the spiritual significances.