Welcome to the Temple Treasure Exhibit

The Temple Treasures Exhibit is a collection of remarkably accurate scale-model replicas of the most precious furnishings in the Tabernacle and The Second Temple. The Ark of the Covenant, The Table of Showbread, The Menorah, and The Altar of Incense are all represented. Each model was made using a combination of exacting specifications from the Torah, ancient temple records, and the eye-witness account of the late Ron Wyatt.

Ark of the Covenant

The representation is a near-exact 1:1 scale model of the ark of the covenant Ron Wyatt saw with his own eyes in a secret cavern beneath Yeshua’s place of crucifixion, Golgotha. It is an amazing piece of art that took months to build, featuring tooled metal feathers, wood carvings, and exquisitely detailed cherubim.

This is world’s only actual size model of Ron Wyatt’s eye-witness account of the ark of the covenant.

Inside the ark of the covenant model are representations of the stone tablets bearing the ten commandments, a container of manna, and Aaron’s rod that budded.

The Menorah

The Menorah represents the 7 flaming spirits burning before the throne of the Almighty. John saw the reality of this heavenly phenomenon and recorded it in the book of The Revelation. In temple times, the Menorah was situated in the antechamber of the Temple sanctuary, over against its southernmost wall.

The Torah

The Torah comprises the five books of Moses: Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, and Deuteronomy. The word “torah” means “instruction” and refers to the instructions for conduct expected of God’s people, Israel. The Torah scroll in this exhibit is authentic, written on animal skin, and is estimated to be several hundred years old. It was smuggled out of Iraq during Saddam Hussein’s regime, hidden inside a tire of large earthmoving equipment destined for export. Once out of the country, the tire was deflated and the scroll removed, eventually arriving in Israel. This scroll and another one identical to it were purchased in Israel by late NFL legend Reggie White, who donated them both to A Rood Awakening! International before his sudden passing in 2004.

The Table of Showbread

The Table of Showbread replica represents YeHoVaH’s provision for his people, their daily bread always before his face. Like the Ark of the Covenant, it was made of acacia wood overlaid with pure gold and had poles used for transporting. The table was stocked with 12 cakes of bread made of fine flour, 2 rows of 6 cakes, each cake representing a tribe of Israel. The bread was sprinkled with frankincense.

The Altar of Incense

The Altar of Incense represented the prayers and worship of the Almighty’s people that flood the throne room and fill his nostrils with a fragrance that is forbidden to mortal man. The Altar of Incense was positioned outside the Holy of Holies, but in the Holy Place, directly in front of the Ark of the Covenant. This replica is slightly larger than the original Altar of Incense.

Schedule Your Visit

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Use these instructions and interactive map for directions:
  1. Exit off I-77 onto Arrowood.
  2. If you are driving south on I-77 you will take a right on Arrowood.
  3. If you are driving north on I-77 you will take a left on Arrowood.
  4. Once on Arrowood, you will take a right on Red Oak Blvd.
  5. Go around the bend and take a right on Hundred Oaks Drive.
  6. You will arrive at 1337 Hundred Oaks Drive – Suite D.
  7. You will see our TPG sign above the main entrance.