"The notes really made the Tabernacle come to life! I really appreciate the pictures and diagrams! I now have an imprinted visual and will never forget the beauty of it and the Cherubims! To all of you I thank you for putting these truths together for me, to reveal Jesus to me once again."
"There is a great yearning in my heart to be closer to the Lord and I want to sit at His feet and learn. Now, He has provided an answer to those longings through this school!!!"
"CES has a great presentation and we are so excited to be a part of this. For me, it will be structured enough to keep me on track without being too rigid. I know it will change my life. I feel it has already. In fact, the other day, when I was thinking about this course, the Lord said, “You have chosen well”."
"This school is truly ordained of God for such a time as this. I am blessed to be part of it. I am pleased with my progress, I am grateful for all the words of encouragement from the staff. Thank you for stretching me with challenging quiz questions, waking my brain up to critical thinking."
"The author of a very popular book, Bible Study Methods, lists twelve ways you can unlock God's Word: 1.The Devotional Method; 2.The Chapter Summary Method; 3.The Character Quality Method; 4.The Thematic Method; 5.The Biographical Method; 6.The Topical Method; 7.The Word Study Method; 8.The Book Background Method; 9.The Book Survey Method; 10.The Chapter Analysis Method; 11.The Book synthesis Method; and 12.The Verse-by-Verse Analysis Method. I think it is so amazing how CES incorporates all of these methods into its curriculum."
"I see a symbolism in the fact that the meat offering could be prepared by baking it in the oven or frying in the pan. The oven and the frying pan were made of earth, and we are made of earth. The offering itself was unleavened bread, symbolizing Jesus as the Bread of Life and could be mingled with oil, symbolizing the Holy Spirit. If we have the Bread of Life and the Oil of the Spirit in us, and allow the fire of God to burn in us, we will produce something that is a sweet savor to God."