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Frequently Asked Questions
Q: What kind of ministry is it?
We are a restoration/inner healing ministry. We are a Holy Spirit-filled team that provides a safe place for you to tell your story, encounter God's presence and engage in deep prayer that moves you towards restoration and inner healing.
Q: Do you offer clinical counseling?
We are not clinical counselors. We do not make any clinical diagnosis, nor do we make medical/clinical recommendations.
Q: What should I expect?
You can expect a safe place to share your story without judgment or assumptions!
We provide a process called C.P. R.
Connect. Presence. Restore.
1) You select a time for a contact call.
2) We reach out after you schedule your time.
3) We schedule a time for you to come in and tell us your story.
4) We offer a follow-up time for God to continue working in you!
Q: Does it cost money?
No. We do not charge for our sessions. As a registered non-profit, we are happily accepting donations to help cover operating expenses. (materials, food, travel, supplies)
What is showbread?
The bread of the Presence (also called the showbread or shewbread in some translations) was special bread always present on a table in the tabernacle (and later in the temple). Leviticus 24:5–7 describes this bread:
“You shall take fine flour and bake twelve loaves from it; two-tenths of an ephah shall be in each loaf. And you shall set them in two piles, six in a pile, on the table of pure gold before the Lord. And you shall put pure frankincense on each pile, that it may go with the bread as a memorial portion as a food offering to the Lord.”
This bread of the Presence was 1) made of fine flour, 2) baked in 12 loaves, 3) arranged in two piles of six loaves each on a table of pure gold, 4) covered with frankincense, and 5) served as a memorial food offering to the Lord. The bread could only be eaten by Aaron and his sons in a holy place and was set out every Sabbath day (Leviticus 24:8–9).
Where does it appear in the bible?
The bread of the Presence is first mentioned in Exodus 25:30. God instructed for it to be placed on the golden table in the tabernacle. The bread is also listed in the contributions for the tabernacle in Exodus 35:13 and noted as part of the completed tabernacle in Exodus 39:36. In Numbers 4 the Kohathites, who were sons of Levi, were given responsibility for the care of the table of showbread.
1 Chronicles 9:32 says, “Also some of their kinsmen of the Kohathites had charge of the showbread, to prepare it every Sabbath.” This bread was likely prepared on each Friday and placed in the tabernacle on each Sabbath in two piles of six. It would be replenished each week, allowing the priests to eat fresh bread in the holy place.
1 Kings 7:48 explains how King Solomon would build a table to host the Bread of Presence inside the temple.
The Old Testament showbread placed on the table in the tabernacle provides a wonderful picture of Jesus, the Bread of Life. Jesus is holy before God, He provides true sustenance, and He is always present. “Jesus declared, ‘I am the bread of life. Whoever comes to me will never go hungry” (John 6:35).
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