I want to show you something neat.
The Tabernacle has its sanctuary. Its sanctuary is divided into two rooms: the Holy Place and the Holy of Holies. Pillars hold up the entrance to both rooms. Per God's design, 5 pillars in the front, 4 pillars in the back.
God––the Creator of all things, the deepest-thinker to ever exist––never does anything without meaning. So why 5 pillars in the front and 4 pillars in the back? Why is the sanctuary held up by this specific footprint?
Interestingly, a lion has 5 toes on the front paw and 4 toes on the back paw.
As I look at these pillars in the Tabernacle, I can't help but see the stride of a lion.
The Tabernacle, moving from position to position in the wilderness, would have left these tracks as it moved onward toward its final resting place.