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Exodus_Chapter 38

He made the altar of burnt offering of acacia wood, which was square in shape, five cubits…

He made the altar of burnt offering of acacia wood, which was square in shape, five cubits long, five cubits wide, and three cubits high,

Make four corners on the four corners of the altar, connect them to the altar, and wrap the altar in copper.

He made pots, shovels, plates, meat forks, and fire pots on the altar, all of which were made of copper.

And he made a copper mesh for the altar, and placed it under the surrounding boards on all four sides of the altar, from the lower part to the half waist of the altar.

Cast four rings at the four corners of the copper mesh for the purpose of threading the bars.

Make poles of soapwood and wrap them in copper,

Thread the poles into the rings on both sides of the altar to lift it, and make the altar empty with boards.

He made a bronze washbasin and its base, using the mirrors of the women who served at the entrance of the Tent of Meeting.

He made a courtyard for the tent. To the south of the courtyard, fine twisted linen was used as a curtain, with a width of one hundred cubits.

Twenty pillars for the curtains, twenty bronze bases with sockets, and the hooks and rods on the pillars were made of silver.

There is also a curtain on the north side, which is one hundred cubits wide. Twenty pillars for the curtains, twenty bronze bases with sockets, and the hooks and rods on the pillars were made of silver.

There is a curtain on the west side of the courtyard, fifty cubits wide. The pillars of the curtains are ten, and the sockets are ten. The hooks and rods of the pillars are made of silver.

The east side of the courtyard is fifty cubits wide.

The curtain on this side of the door is fifteen cubits, and the same goes for the other side. Three pillars with curtains and three sockets. There are curtains of fifteen cubits on each side of the door, three pillars of the curtains, and three sockets.

The curtains on all sides of the courtyard are made of finely twisted hemp.

The base of the pillar with a mortise is copper, the hooks and rods on the pillar are silver, and the top of the pillar is wrapped in silver. All the pillars in the yard are connected by silver poles.

The door curtain of the courtyard is embroidered by hand, woven with blue, purple, vermilion thread, and finely twisted linen. It is twenty cubits wide and five cubits high, matching the curtains of the courtyard.

There are four pillars for the curtains, four bronze bases with sockets. The hooks and rods on the pillars are silver, and the tops of the pillars are wrapped in silver.

All the stakes of the tabernacle and the stakes around the courtyard are made of copper.

This is the total number of items used by the Levites in the tabernacle of the Testament, as ordered by Moses, counted by the hand of Ithamar the son of Aaron the priest.

All that the Lord commanded Moses was Bezaleel the son of Uri, the son of Hur, of the tribe of Judah.

He also worked with Aholiab son of Ahisamach from the tribe of Dan. He was a sculptor and skilled craftsman, able to embroider with blue, purple, and crimson threads and fine linen.

For all the work of the sanctuary, the gold offered was twenty-nine talents and seven hundred and thirty shekels, according to the shekel of the sanctuary.

The silver offered by those who were counted in the meeting was one hundred talents and one thousand seven hundred and seventy-five shekels, according to the shekel of the sanctuary.

And all those who went over to those who were numbered, from twenty years old and above, were six hundred and three thousand five hundred and fifty. According to the sanctuary’s plan, each person gives half a shekel of silver, which is one Pekah.

Use the one hundred talents of silver to cast the sockets of the sanctuary and the sockets of the curtain pillars. The one hundred talents will be used for a total of one hundred sockets, with one talent for each socket.

Use the 1775 shekels of silver to make hooks for the pillars, wrap them around the top of the pillars, and make the rods on the pillars.

The amount of copper offered was seventy talents and 2400 shekels.

Use this bronze to make the sockets for the entrance of the tent of meeting, the bronze altar, the bronze mesh on the altar, and all its utensils,

And the sockets with sockets around the courtyard, and the sockets with sockets around the gate of the courtyard, and all the pegs of the tabernacle and all the pegs around the courtyard.

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