Most Holy Place

  The most important significance of the tabernacle is that it was a figure and type of that which to come. In fact, the entire Law of Moses was a shadow of things to come.

  The Most Holy Place represents heaven where God abides. This is where the high priest offered the blood of the sacrifice for the people. Hebrews 9: 11 teaches that Christ is our high priest and He entered into heaven to offer His own blood for us (Hebrews 9: 12, 24).

The Most Holy Place is where the incense went before God just as the prayers of the saints go into heaven before God. Other parts of the tabernacle also represent certain things about the faith of Christ.