QUESTION (1911)–1–When Moses and Aaron came out to bless the people, who did Aaron represent?
ANSWER.–I presume that Moses would there stand for and represent God’s divine law, blessing the people, and that Aaron was standing for or representing the high priest who had performed the sacrifice. Moses the law-giver stood there as the representative of justice, and the priest who had made the sacrifice stood there to bless also. So Christ will stand as the antitype of Aaron in that picture to bless the world during the thousand years, and right beside him will be the divine law, as represented by Moses. God’s whole law and every power of God will be there to bless and put into operation the arrangements that have thus been effected.