Definition of "tabernacled" [tabernacled]

  • Containing, or having, a tabernacle. (adjective)
  • Simple past tense and past participle of tabernacle. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "tabernacled" in a sentence
  • "Some imagine that it was designed to remind the Israelites of the time when they had no cornfields to reap but were daily supplied with manna; others think that it suited the convenience of the people better than any other period of the year for dwelling in booths; others that it was the time of Moses 'second descent from the mount; while a fourth class are of opinion that this feast was fixed to the time of the year when the Word was made flesh and dwelt -- literally, "tabernacled" -- among us (Joh 1: 14), Christ being actually born at that season."
  • ""The word 'tabernacled' (Greek for 'dwelt') among us" (Joh 2: 21; Heb 8: 2)."
  • "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"
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