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the l'avernacle. spirit of God, in wisdoin, in under-; among them that wrought the work standing, and in knowledge, and in all of the labernacle, made len curtains manner of workinänslip;

of fine livined lmea, and blue, and 32 And to devise curious works, to purple, and scarlet: with cherubimg work in gold, and i silver, and in of cunning work made be them. brass,

9 Tlie length of one curtain uus 33 cod in the cutting of slones, to lwenty and eiglit cubits, and the get ther, and in carring of wood, to breadth of one curtain sour cubils make any manner of cunning work. the curtains were all of one size.

31And lie hath put in his heart that be 10 And le coupled the five curtains may teach, both he, and Aloliab, the one unto anotier; and the other five son of Ahisamacb, of the tribe of Dan. curtains le coupled oue unto avouer,

35 Them hatli he lilled with wisdom 11 And he made loops of blue on the of heart, to work ali manner of work, edge of one curtain liom the selvedge of the engraver, and of the cunning in the coupling: likewise he made in workman, and of the embroiderer, in the utterinost side of another curtain, blue, and in purple, in scarlet, and io in the coupling of the second. fine linen, and of the weaver, cren of 12 Fifty: loops made he in one cura them that do any work, and of those tain, and filly loops made he in the that devise cunning work.

edge of the curtain which was in the CHAP. XXXVI,

coupling of the second: the loops licld HEN wrought Bezieel and Alo-one curtain to other.

, of gold,

m wliom the LORD put wisdom and and coupled the curtains one wito understanding to know low to work another with the taches: so it becanie all inanner of work for the service of one tabernacle, the sanctuary,according to all that the 141 And he made curtains of goats' Lord bad commanded.

hair for tlie tent over the tuberoacle : 2 And Moses called Bezaleel oud eleven curtains de nade them. Aholiab, and every wise-hearted man, 15 The length of onc curtain was in whose heart the Lord had put thirty cubits, and four cubits was tlic wisdorn, even every one whose lieart breadth of one curtain: the eleven stirred him up to come unto the work curtains were of one size. to do it.

16 Andle coupled five curtains by 3 And they received of Moses all the themselves, and six curtains by theniollering which the children of Israel selves. had brought for the work of the ser 17 And he inade fifty loops upon the vice of the sanctuary, to nake it uitermost edge of the curtain in the withal. And they brought yet uato coupling,and tfty loops made he upon bin Cree-offerings every morning. the edge of the curtain which coupleih

41 and all the wise wen, that the second. wrought all the work of the sanctua- is And he made fifty taches of brass ry', came every mu from his work to couple the tent together, that it which they made;

might be one. 6 And they spake unto Moses, saying, 19 And he made a covering for the The people bring much more than cent of rams' skins dyed red,and a cov. enough for the service of the work, ering of badgers' skins above that. which the LORD commanded to make. 20 1 And he made boards for the tal

6 And Moses gave commandment, ernacle of shittim-wood, standing up. and they caused it to be proclaimed 21 The length of a board wus ten throughout the camp, saying, Lel cubits, and the breadth of a board one neither man vor woman make any cubit and a half. more work for the offering of the 22 One boarl had two tenons equally Banctuary. So the people were re- distant one from another: tbus did he strained from bringing.

make for all the boards of the taber7 For the stull they had was gufti- nacle. cient for all the work to make it, and 2:3 And le male boards for the tabertoo much.

nacle; twenty boards for the south side 8 And every vise liearted dian.Jsoudiward :

of the Ark,


Mercy-scat, fC. 2 And forty sockets of silver he half the breadth o it, and a cubit and made under the twenty boards; two a hall the height of it. sockets under one board for his two 2 And he overlaid it with pure gold tenons, and two sockets under another within and without, and made a crown third for his two tenons.

of gold to it round about. 25 And for the other side of the tab- 3 And he cast for it four rings of gold, ernacle, which is toward the north co be sct by the lour corners of it; even corner, be made twenty boards, two rings upon the one side of it, and

26 And their forty sockets of silver; tivo ring upon the other side of it. (wo sockets under one board, and two 1 And he made slaves of shittimsockets under another board.

wood, and overlaid thern with gold. 27 And for the sides of the taberna- 5 And he put the slaves into the rings clé westward he inade six boards. by the sides of the ark, to bear the ark. 28 and two boards made le for the 61 and he made the mercy-seat of corners of the tabernacle in the two pure gold: two cubits and a ball was sides.

the length thereof, and one cubit and a 29 And they were coupled beneath, ball the breadth thereof. and coupled together at the head there- 7 And he made two cherubims of of, to one ring: thus he did to both of gold, beaten out of one piece made le them in both the corners.

thein, on the two ends of the inercy30 And there were eight boards; and seat: their sockets were sixtern sockets of 8 One cherub on the end on this side, silver, under every board two sockets. and another cherub on the other end

31 1 And he made bars of shittiin- on that side: out of the mercy-seat wood; live for the boards of wie one made he the cherubims on the two side of the tabernacle,

ends thereor. 32 And live bars for ibc boards of the 9 and the cherubims spread out their other side of the tabernacle, and live wings on highi, and covered with their bars for the boards of the tabernacle wings over the mercy-seat, with their for the sides westward.

laces one to another; even to the mer 33 And he made the middle bar to cy-seat-ward were ibe faces of the elioot through the boards froin the one cherubiins. end to the other.

10 T And he made the table of shit 34 And he overlaid the boards with tim-wood: two cubits was the length gold, and made their rings of gold to thereof, and a cubit the bread thi there. be places for the bars, and overlaid the or, and a cubit and a half the height bars with gold.

thereof: 35 || And he made a vcil of blue, and 11 And he overlaid it with pure gold, purple, and scarlet, and we twined and inade thereunto a crown of gold linen: with cherubims made lie it of round about. cunning work.

12 Also he made thereunto a border 36 And be made thiereunto four pil. fof a hand-breadth round about; and lars of shittim-rvovi, and ovecluid inacle a crown of gold for the border them with gold: their liooka were of thereof round about. gold; and he cast for them four sock 13 And he case for it four rings of els of silver.

gold, and put the rings upon the Cour 371 Aud he made a hanging for the comiers that were in the four feet tabernacle door of blue, and purple, thereof. and scarlet, and line'twined linen, of 14 Over against the border were the needle-work;

rings, the places for the staves to bear 33 And the five pillar3 of it with the table. llreir hooks: and he overlaid their 15 And he made the staves of shil chapiters and their fillets with gold: tim-wood, and overlaid theit with but their five sockels were of brass. gold, to bear the table.

16 And he made the vessels which CHAP. XXXVII.

zucre upon the table, liis dishes, and bis tim sood: livo cubits and a half to cover withal, of pure gold. 10025 the length of it, and a cubit and al 17 11 And lie made the candlestickoj

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of the nfferings. pure gold: of beaten work made le four-square; and Wiree cubits ino ibe candlestick ; his slast, and his height thereof. branch, his bowls, his knops, and his 2 And he made tbe borns thereor or slowers, were of the same:

the fourcoiners of it; the horns there. 18 And six branches going out of the or were of the same: and he uveriai! sides thercor; tree branches of thclic with brasy. candlestick-out of the one side thereof, 3 And he made all die vessels of the and three branches of the candlestick altar, tbe pois, and the shovels, and out of the ouer side thereof; the basons, anıl the flesh-books, and

19 Three bowls made after the fashıon the fire-pans: all the vessels thereor of almonds in one branch, a knop and made be of brass. a nower; and three bowis made likel 4 And lie made for the altar a brasca almonds in another branch, a knop grate of nel-work under the coinpass and a lower : so throughout the sixthereof beneath unto the midst of it. vranches going out of the candlestick. I 5 And he cast four rings for the four

20. And in die candlestick were four ends of the grate of brass, lo be places bowls made like almonds, his knops, for the stares. and his lowers:

6 And be made the staves of shittim 21 Aud a knop under two branches wood, and overlaid them with brass. of the same, and a knop under two 7 And he put the staves into the rings branches of the same, and a knop un-on the sides of the altar, to bear it der two branches of the same, accord-withal; be made the allar hollow ing to the six branches goingout of it. with boards.

22 Their knops and their branches 8 T And he made tille laver of brass, were of the saine : all of it was one and the foot of it of brass, of the lookbeaten work of pure gold.

ing glasses of the nomen assembling, 2:3 And he nade his seven lamps, and which assembled at the door of the lis snullers, and his soull dishes, of tabernacle of the congregation. pure gold.

9 | And be made the court: on the 24 Of a talent of pure gold made le south side southward the hangings of it, and all the vessels therenl. the court were of tipe twined lines,

25 I And lie inade the incense altar hundred cubits: of shitlim-wood: the length of it was 10 Their pillars roere twenty, and i cubit, and the breadth of it a cubit; their brasen sockets tiventy; the hooks ir luas four-square; and two cubits of the pillars and their fillets were of 1005 tlie lieight of it; the horns tlicre- silver. of were of the same.

11 And for the north side the lang26 And he overlaid it with pure gold, ings were a hundred cubits, their pil. both the top of it, and the sides thereor lars were twenty, and their sockets of round about, and the horns of'it: also brass twenty; the books of the pillars he made unto it a crown or gold round and their fillets of silver. about.

12 And for the west side woere hang27 And he made two rings or gold ings of fisy cubits, their pillars ten, foril under the crown thereor, by the and tlieir sockets ten; the looks of the tivo corners of it, upon the two sides pillars and their fillets of silver. chereof, to be places for the staves to 13 Ánd for the east side eastward bear it withal.

finty t'ubits. 28 And he made the staves of sbittim 14 The hangings of the one side of wood, and overlaid them with gold. the gate accre fifteen cubits; their pil

. 29 | And he made the holy anointing lars tbree, and their sockets three. oil, ana the puro incense of sweet 15 And for the other side of the courtspices, according to the work of the gate, on this land ana that band, were upolbecary.

hangings or fifteen cubits; their puCHAP. XXXVIII.

lars three, and tbeir sockets three.

16 All the hangings of the court round offering of shitrim-wood: live 17 And the sockets for the pillars

en cubits was the length thereof, and five were of brags; the hooks of the pillars cabils Wic breadth thercol'; it ic'as and their nllets of pilver; and the Offering for


The Tubcrnacie. overlaying of tncir caapiters of silver;| 29 And the brass of the offering WUR and all the pillars of the court were seventy talents, and tuvo thousand and tilleted with silver.

four hundred shekels. 13 And the hanging for the gate of the 30 And therewith he made the sockcourt uris needlework, of blue, and ets to the door of the tabernacle of the purple, and scarlet, and fine twmed congregation, and the brasen altar, and linen: and twenty cubits was the the brasen grale lor it, and all the ves. length, and the height in the breadth sels of the altar, was five cubits, answerable to the 31 And the sockets of the court round hingings of the court.

about, and the gockets of the court19 And their pillars were four, and gate, and all the pins of the tabernat. their sockets of brass four; their hooks cle, and all the pins of the court round of silver, and the overlaying of their about chapiters and their fillets of silver.

CHAP. XXXIX. 20 And all the ping of the labernacle, and of the court round about,vere of Andre the blues, and purple, and 21 1 This is the sun of the taberna-vice, to do service in the holy place, cle, even of the tabernacle of testimo. and made the holy garments for Aany, as it was counted, according to the fron; as the LORD commanded Noges. commandment of Nioses, for the ser: 2 And he made the ephod of gold, vice of the Levites, by the hand of blue, and purple, and scarlet, aad fine Ithamar, son to Aaron the priest. twined linen.

22 And Bezaleel the son of Uri, the 3 And they did beat the gold into thin son of Hur of the tribe of Judalı, made plates, and cut it into wires, to work all that the LORD commanded Nloses. fic in the blue, and in the purple, and

23 And with him wuns Aloliab, son of in the scarlet, and in the hne linen, Alisamach, of the tribe oi Dan, an en- with cunning work. graver, and a cunning workman, and 4 They madir shoulder-pieces for it, to an embroidererin blue, and in purple, couple it togellier: by the two edges and in scarlet, and line linen.

was it coupled together. 24 All the gold that was occupied for 5 And the curious girdle of his eplod, the work, in all the work of the holy that ivas upon it, was of the saine, ac. place, even the gold of the oftering, cording to the work thereol, of golu, was twenty and nine tuents, and seven blue, and purple, and scarlet, and que mundred and thirty shekels, aller the twined linen; as the LORD com:nandshekel of the sanctuary.

led Moscs. 25 And the silver of them that were 6 1 And they wrought onyx-stones numbered of the congregation was a enclosed in ouches of gold, graven as hundred talents, and a thousand seven signets are graren, with the names of hundred and three score and fifteen the children of Israel. shekels, alter the sliek el of the sanc- 7 And he put them on the shoulders tuary :

ostlie eplod, that they should be stones 26 A bekal for every man, that is, for a nemorial to the children of Is half a shekel alter the shekel of the rael; as the LORD commanded Moses sanctuary, for every one that went to 8 1 And he made the breastplate of be numbered, from twenty years old cunning work, like the work of tlie and upward, for six hundred thou- ephod; of gold, blue, and purple, and sand, and three thousand, and five scarlet, and fine twined linen. hundred na filty men.

9 It was four-square: they made the 27 And of the huadred talents of sil- breastplatc double: a span was the ver were cast the sockets of the sac-length thereof, and a span the breadth tuary, and the sockels of the veil; a thereof, bcing doubled. bugdied sockets ut uie hundred tal-) 10 And they set in it four rows of ents, a talent for a socket.

stones: the first row 2005 il sardius, ir 23 And of the thousand seven hun- topaz, and a carbuncle: this was the dred seventy and live shekels, he inade first row. hooks for the pillars, and overlaid 11 And the second row, an emeralıl, , Vieir chapiters, and flicted thein.

la sapphire, and a diamond.


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Garmcnts made. 12 And tlie third row, a ligure, an hem of the robe to ininister in; as the gate, and an ametlyst.

LORD commanded Moses. 13 And the fourth mw, a beryl, an 27 | And they made coats of fine onyx,anıl a jasper : they were enclosed linen, es woven work for Aaron, and in ouches of gold in their enclosings for his sons,

111 And the stones were according to 29 And a mitre of fine linen, and the nadley of the children of Israel, goodly bonnets nf Sne linen, und linen twelve, according to their names, like breeches of fine twined linen, the engravings of a signet, every one 29 And a girdle of fine twined linen, with his name, according to the twelve and blue, and purple, and scarlet, of tribes.

needle work; as the Lord command. 15 And they made upon the breast-led Nioses. plate chains at the ends, of wreatlien 30 1 And they made the plate of the work of pure gold.

holy crown of pure gold, and wrote 16 And they made two ouches of upon it a writing, like to the engra. gold, and two gold rings, and put the vings of a siguiet, HOLINESS TO iwo rings in the two ends of the breast- THE LORD. plate.

31 And they tied unto it a lace of 17 And they put the two wreathen blue, lo lasten il on high upon the michains of gold in the two rings on the tre; as the LORD comnianded Moses. ends of the breastplate.

32 | Thus was all the work of die 18 And the two ems of the two tabernacle of the tent or the congregarwreathen cliains they fastened in the tion finished : and the children or Istwo ouches, and put them on the shoul- rael did according to all that the LORD der-pieces of the ephod, before it. commanded Moses, so did they.

19 And they made two rings of gold, 33 | And they brought the tabernacle and put them on the two ends of the unto Moses, the tell, and all his surnibreastplate, upon the border of it, lure, his taches, his boards, bis bars, which was on the side of the epliod and liis pillars, and his sockets, inward.

:34 And the corering of rams' skins 20 And they made tivo nther golden dyed red, and the corering or badgers' rings, and put them on the two sides skins, and the veil of the covering. of The epliod underneath, toward the 35 Theark of the testimony, and the Corepart of it, over against the other staves thereof, aud the mercy-scat, coupling thereof, above the curious 36 The table, and all the vessels girdle of the ephod.

thereof, and the show-bread, 21 And they did bind the breastplate! 37 The pure candlestick, rith the by his rings unto the rings of the ephiod lamps thereof, een ruith the lamps to with a lace of blue, uiat it miglit be be set in order, and all the vessels above the curious girdle of the epliou, therear, and the oil for light, and that the breastplate night not be 38 And the golden allar, and the loosed from the ephod; as the Lond anointing oil, and the sweet incense, commanded Noses.

and the hanging for the tabernacle 22 ! And be made the robe of the door, cpliod of roven work, all of blue. 39 The brasen altar, and his grate of

23 And therr vasa lole in the midst brass, his stares, and all his vessels, of the robe,as une bole of a habergeon, the larer and his foot, ith a band round about the liole, what 40 Tlie hangings of the court, his it should not rend.

pillars, and his sockets, and the lang24 And they made upon thehems of ing for the court-gate, his cords, and the robe pomegranates of blue, and his pins, and all the vessels of tbe ser. purple, ani scarlet, and twined linen. vice or the tabernacle, for tlie tent of

25 And they made bells of pure gold, the congregation, and put the bells between the pome

41 The clothes of scrvice to do ser. granates, upon the hem of the robe, vice in the holy place, and the how round about betweeu the pomegran- garments for Aaron the priest, an

his son's garments, to minister in ulie 26 A bell and a pomegranate, a bell priest's oflice. and a pomeranate, round about the 42 According to all that Die LORD


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