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for any work of the service, brought hearted man, in whom the LORD it.
put wisdom and understanding to c 25 And all the women that were know how to work all manner of wise-hearted did spin with their work for the service of the sanctuary, hands, and brought that which they according to all that the Lord bad had
spun, both of blue, and of pur- commanded. ple, and of scarlet, and of fine linen. 2 And Moses called Bezaleel and
26 And all the women whose Aholiab, and every wise-hearted heart stirred them up in wisdom man, in whose heart the LORD had spun goats' hair.
put wisdom, even every one whose 27 And the rulers brought onyx-heart stirred him up to come unto stones, and stones to be set, for the the work to do it: ephod, and for the breast-plale ; 3 And they received of Moses all
28 And spice, and oil for the the offering which the children of light, and for the anointing oil, and Israel had brought for the work of for the sweet incense.
the service of the sanctuary, to § 29 The children of Israel brought make it withal. And they brought a willing offering unto the LORD, yet unto him free-offerings every every man and woman, whose heart morning. made them willing to bring, for all 4. And all the wise men, that manner of work which the LORD wrought all the work of the sanctuhad commanded to be made by the ary, came every man from his work hand of Moses.
which they made ; 30 And Moses said unto the f 5 | And they spake unto Moses, children of Israel, See, the LORD saying, The people bring much hath called by name Bezaleel, the more than enough for the service of son of Uri, the son of Hur, of the the work which the LORD comtribe of Judah;
manded to make. t 31 And he hath filled him with 6 And Moses gave commandthe spirit of God, in wisdom, in un- ment, and they caused it to be proderstanding, anu in knowledge, and claimed throughout the camp, say. in all manner of workmanship; ing, Let neither man nor woman
32 And to devise curious works, make any more work for the offerto work in gold, and in silver, and ing of the sanctuary. So the peoin brass,
ple were restrained from bringing. 33 And in the cutting of stones, to 7 For the stuff they had was sufset them, and in carving of wood, to ficient for all the work to make it, make any manner of cunning work. and too much. 1 34 And he hath pat in his heart L 8 1 And every wise-hearted man that he may teach, both he, and among them that wrought the work Aholiah, the son of Ahisamach, of the of the tabernacle made len curtains tribe of Dan.
of fine twined linen, and blue, and 35 Them hath he filled with wis- purple, and scarlet : with cherubims dom of heart, to work all manner of of cunning work made he them. work, of the engraver, and of the 9 The length of one curtain was cunning workman, and of the em- twenty and eight cubits, and the broiderer, in blue, and in purple, in breadth of one curtain four cubits : scarlet, and in fine linen, and of the the curtains were all of one size. weaver, even of them that do any 10 And he coupled the five curwork, and of those that devise cun- tains one unto another : and the other ning work.
five curtains he coupled one unto CHAP. XXXVI.
another. THEN wrought Bezalecl and 11 And he made loops of blue on
CHAPTER XXXVII. selvedge in the coupling : likewise L 25 And for the other side of the he made in the uttermost side of tabernacle which is toward the north another curtain, in the coupling of corner, he made twenty boards, the second.
26 And their forty sockels of 12 Fifiy loops made he in one silver ; two sockets under one board, curtain, and fifty loops made he in and two sockels under another the edge of the curtain which was board. in the coupling of the second : the 27 And for the sides of the taberloops held one curtain to another. nacle westward he made six boards.
13 And he made fifty taches of 28 And two boards made he for gold, and coupled the curtains one the corners of the tabernacle in the unto another with the taches. So two sides, it became one tabernacle.
29 And they were coupled beL 14 | And he made curtains of neath, and coupled together at the goats' hair for the tent over the head thereof, to one ring: thus he tabernacle: eleven curtains he did to both of them in both the corners. made them.
30 And there were eight boards ; 15 The length of one curtain was and their sockets were sixteen sockthirty cubits, and four cubits was ets of silver, under every board the breadth of one curtain : the ele- two sockets. ven curtains were of one size. L 31 | And he made bars of shittim
16 And he coupled five curtains wood; five for the boards of the one by themselves, and six curtains by side of the tabernacle, themselves.
32 And five bars for the boards 17 And he made fifty loops upon of the other side of the tabernacle, the uttermost edge of the curtain in and five bars for the boards of the the coupling, and fifty loops made tabernacle for the sides westward. he upon the edge of the curtain 33 And he made the middle bar which coupleth the second; to shoot through the boards from
18 And he made fifty taches of the one end to the other. brass to couple the tent together, 34 And he overlaid the boards that it might be one.
with gold, and made their rings of. I 1991 And he made a covering gold to be places for the bars, and for the tent of rams' skins dyed red, overlaid the bars with gold. and a covering of badgers' skins L 35 And he made a vail of blue, above that.
and purple, and scarlet, and fine L 20 ff And he made boards for twined linen : with cherubims made the tabernacle of shittim-wood, he it of cunning work. standing up.
36 And be made thereunto four 21 The length of a board was ten pillars of shiltim-wood, and overlaid cubits, and the breadth of a board |ihem with gold : their hooks were of one cubit and a half.
gold; and he cast for them four sock22 One board had two tenors, ets of silver. equally distant one from another : 37 And he made a hanging for thus did he make for all the boards the tabernacle-door of blue, and of the tabernacle.
purple, and scarlet, and fine twined 23 And he made boards for the linen, of needle-work ; labernacle ; twenty boards for the 38 And the five pillars of it, with south side southward :
their hooks: and he overlaid their 24 And forty sockets of silver he chapiters and their fillets with gold : made under the twenty boards ; two but their five sockets were of brass. sockets under one board for his two CHAP. XXXVII. tenons, and two sockets under another board for his two tenons.
sbittim-wood: two cubits and
a half was the length of it, and a cu-l 15 And he made the staves of bit and a half the breadth of it, and a shittim-wood, and overlaid them cubit and a half the height of it : with gold, to bear the table.
2 And he overlaid it with pure 16 And he made the vessels gold within and without, and made which were upon the table, his disha crown of gold to it round about. es, and his spoons, and his bowls,
3 And he cast for it four rings of and his covers to cover withal, of gold, to be set by the four corners of pure gold. it : even two rings upon the one L 17 | And he made the candleside of it, and two rings upon the stick of pure gold; of beaten work other side of it.
made he the candlestick; his shaft, 4 And he made staves of shittim- and his branch, his bowls, his knops, wood, and overlaid them with gold. and his flowers were of the same:
5 And he put the staves into the 18 And six branches going out of rings by the sides of the ark, to the sides thereof; three branches of bear the ark.
the candlestick out of the one side L 6 | And he made the mercy- thereof, and three branches of the seat of pure gold : two cubits and a candlestick out of the other side half was the length thereof, and one thereof: cubit and a half the breadth thereof. 19 Three bowls made after the
7 And he made two cherubims of fashion of almonds in one branch, gold, beaten out of one piece made a knop and a flower; and three he them, on the two ends of the bowls made like almonds in another mercy-seat ;
branch, a knop and a flower : so 8 One cherub on the end on this throughout the six branches going side, and another cherub on the other out of the candlestick. end on that side : out of the mer- 20 And in the candlestick were cy-seat made he the cherubims on four bowls made like almonds, his the two ends thereof.
knops and his flowers : 9 And the cherubims spread out 21 And a knop under two branchtheir wings on high, and covered es of the same, and a knop under with their wings over the mercy- two branches of the same, and a seat, with their faces one to another; knop under two branches of the even to the mercy-seat-ward were same, according to the six branches the faces of the cherubims.
going out of it. L 10 1 And he made the table of 22 Their knops and their branchshittim-wood: two cubits was the es were of the same : all of it was length thereof, and a cubit the one beaten work of pure gold. breadth thereof, and a cubit and a 23 And he made his seven lamps, half the height thereof :
and his snuffers, and his snuff-dishes, 11 And he overlaid it with pure of pure gold. gold, and made thereunto a crown 24 of a talent of pure gold made of gold round about.
he it, and all the vessels thereof. 12 Also he made thereunto a bor- 25 | And he made the incenseder of a hand-breadth round about ; altar of shittim-wood: the length of and made a crown of gold for the it was a cubit, and the breadth of it border ihereof round about. a cubit; it was four-square ; and
13 And he cast for it four rings two cubits was the height of it; the of gold, and put the rings upon the horns thereof were of ihe same. four corners that were in the four 26 And he overlaid it with pure feet thereof.
gold, both the top of it, and the sides 14 Over against the border were thereof round about, and the horns the rings, the places for the staves to of it: also he made unto it a crown bear the table:
lof gold round about.
27 And he made two rings of gold hooks of the pillars and their fillets for it under the crown thereof, by were of silver. the two corners of it, upon the two L 11 And for the north side the sides thereof, to be places for the hangings were an hundred cubits, staves to bear it withal.
their pillars were twenty, and their 28 And he made the staves of sockets of brass twenty: the hooks shittim-wood and overlaid them with of the pillars and their fillets of silgold. T 29 [ And he made the holy 12 And for the west side were anofnting oil, and the pure incense hangings of fifty cubits, their pillars of sweet spices, according to the ten, and their sockets ten : the hooks work of the apothecary.
of the pillars and their fillets of silCHAP. XXXVIII. L ND he made the altar of burnt- L 13 And for the east side eastward cubits was the length thereof, and 14 The hangings of the one side five cubits the breadth thereof; it of the gote were fifteen cubits, their was four-square; and three cubits pillars three, and their sockets three. the height thereof.
15 And for the other side of the 2 And he made the horns thereof court-gate, on this hand and that on the four corners of it; the horns hand, weré hangings of fifteen cuthereof were of che same: and he bits, their pillars three, and their overlaid it with brass.
sockets three. 3 And he made all the vessels of 16 All the hangings of the court the altar, the pots, and the shovels, round about were of fine twined and the basons, and the flesh-hooks, linen. and the fire-pans : all the vessels L 17 And the sockets for the pillars thereof made he of brass. were of brass; the hooks of the pil
4 And he made for the altar a lars and their fillets of silver; and brazen grate of net-work under the the overlaying of their chapiters of compass thereof, beneath unto the silver: and all the pillars of the midst of it.
court were filleted with silver. 5 And he cast four rings for the 18 And the hanging for the gate four ends of the grate of brass, to be of the court was needle-work, of, places for the staves.
blue, and purple, and scarlet, and 6 And he made the staves of shit- fine iwined linen; and twenty cubits tim-wood, and overlaid them with was the length, and the height in the brass.
breadth was five cubits, answerable 7 And he put the staves into the to the hangings of the court. rings on the sides of the altar, 10 L 19 And their pillars were four, bear it withal; he made the altar and their sockets of brass four; their hollow with boards.
books of silver, and the overlaying LS | And he made the laver of of their chapiters and their filleis of brass, and the foot of it of brass, of silver. the looking-glasses of the women 20 And all the pins of the taberassembling, which assembled at the nacle, and of the court round about, door o. the tabernacle of the con- were of brass. gregation.
L 21 Ý This is the sum of the taber. 19°11 And he made the court : on nacle, even of the tabernacle of testhe south side southward, the hang- timony, as it was counted, according ings of the court were of fine ewined to the commandment of Moses, for linen, a hundred cubits.
the service of the Levites, by the 10 Their pillars were lwenty, and hand of Ithamar, son to Aaron the their brazen sockets twenty; the priest.
22 And Bezaleel the son of Uri, CHAP. XXXIX.
L dah, all that LORD
plescarlet, they made manded Moses.
clothes of service, lo do service in 23 And with him was Aholiab, son the holy place, and made the holy of Abisamach, of the tribe of Dan, garments for Aaron; as the LORD an engraver, and a cunning work commanded Moses. man, and an embroiderer in blue, L2 And he made the ephod of and in purple, and in scarlet, and gold, blue, and purple, and scarlet, fine linen.
and fine twined linen. f 24 All the gold that was occupied 3 And they did beat the gold into for the work, in all the work of the thin plates, and cut it into wires, lo holy place, even the gold of the of work it in the blue, and in the purfering, was twenty and nine talents, ple, and in the scarlet, and in the and seven hundred and thirty she- fine linen, with cunning work. kels, after the shekel of the sanctu- 4 They made shoulder-pieces for ary:
it, to couple it together : by the two 25 And the silver of them that edges was it coupled together. were numbered of the congrega- 5 And the curious girdle of his tion zoas a hundred talents, and a ephod, that was upon it, was of the thousand seven hundred and three- same, according to the work thereof, score and fifteen shekels, after the of gold, blue, and purple, and scarshekel of the sanctuary :
let, and fine twined linen; as the 26 A bekah for every man, that LORD commanded Moses. is, half a shekel, after the shekel of L 6 ( And they wrought onyxthe sanctuary, for every one that stones enclosed in ouches of gold, went to be numbered, from twenty graven as signets are graven, with years old and upward, for six hun- the names of the children of Ísrael. dred thousand, and three thousand, 7 And he put them on the shouland five hundred and fifty men. ders of the ephod, that they should be f 27 And of the hundred talents of stones for a memorial to the children silver were cast the sockets of the of Israel; as the LORD commanded sanctuary, and the sockets of the Moses. vail; a hundred sockets of the L8 1 And he made the breast-plate hundred talents, a talent for a sock of cunning work, like the work of et.
the ephod; of gold, blue, and pur. L 28 And of the thousand seven ple, and scarlet, and fine twined hundred seventy and five shekels he linen. made books for the pillars, and 9 It was four-square; they made overlaid their chapiters, and filleted the breast-plate double : a span was them.
the length ibereof, and a span the 29 And the brass of the offering breadth thereof, being doubled. was seventy talents, and two thou- L 10 And they set in it four rows of sand and four hundred shekels. stones; the first row was a sardius, a L 30 And therewith he made the topaz, and a carbuncle : this was sockets to the door of the taberna- the first row. cle of the congregation, and the bra- 11 And the second row, an emezen altar, and the brazen grate for it, rald, a sapphire, and a diamond. and all the vessels of the altar, 12 And the third row, a ligure,
31 And the sockets of the court an agate, and an amethyst. round about, and the sockets of the 13. And the fourth row, a beryl, court.gate, and all the pins of the an onyx, and a jasper: they were entabernacle, and all the pins of the closed in ouches of gold in their encourt round about.