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they saw the God of Israel; and there was under his feet as it were la paved

work of sapphire stone, and as it were 11 the Ivery' heaven 'for clearness. °And

upon the nobles of the children of Israel he laid not his hand : land! they

'beheld! God, and did eat and drink. 12 And the LORD said unto Moses,

Come up to me into the mount, and be there: and I will give thee Ithel tables of stone, and the law and Ithe

commandment, which I have written, 13) that thou mayest teach them. 'And

Moses rose up, and Joshua his min

ister: and Moses went up into the 14 mount of God. And he said unto

the elders, Tarry ye here for us, until we come again unto you: and, behold, Aaron and Hur are with you : 'whoso

ever hath cause', let him come 'near 15 unto them. 'And Moses went up into

the mount, and ithel cloud covered the 16 mount. °And the glory of the LORD

abode upon mount Sinai, and the cloud covered it six days: and the

seventh day he called unto Moses out 17 of the midst of the cloud. And the

appearance of the glory of the LORD was like devouring fire on the top of

the mount in the eyes of the children 18 of Israel. And Moses lentered into

the midst of the cloud, and Twent up into the mount: and Moses was in the

mount forty days and forty nights. 251 And the LORD spake unto Moses, 2 saying, °Speak unto the children of

Israel, that they take for me an ?offering: of every man 'whosel heart

Imaketh him willing' ye shall take my 3 offering. And this is the 2offering which

ye shall take of them; gold, and 4 silver, and brass; "and blue, and pur

ple, and scarlet, and Sfine linen, and 5 goats' hair; °and rams' skins dyed red,

and sealskins', and 'acacial wood; 6 °oil for the light, spices for 'thel

anointing oil, and for the sweet in7 cense; bonyx stones, and stones to

be set, 'forl the ephod, and for the 8 breastplate. And let them make me a sanctuary; that I

may

dwell lamong! (9 them. °According to all that I shew

thee, the pattern of the 6tabernacle, and the pattern of all the furniturel thereof, even so shall

ye

make it. 10 And they shall make an ark of

lacacial wood: two cubits and a half shall be the length thereof, and a cubit and a half the breadth thereof,

and a cubit and a half the height 11 thereof. °And thou shalt overlay it

with pure gold, within and without shalt thou overlay it, and shalt make

upon it a 'crown of gold round about. 12 °And thou shalt cast four rings of

gold for it, and put them in the four ifeet' thereof; and two rings shall be

lon' the one 8side of it, and two rings 13 lon' the other side of it. And thou

shalt make staves of lacacial wood, 14 and overlay them with gold. °And

thou shalt put the staves into the rings

lon' the sides of the ark, 'to bear the 15 ark Twithall. "The staves shall be in

the rings of the ark: they shall not be 16 taken from it. And thou shalt put

into the ark the testimony which I 17 shall give thee. °And thou shalt

make a mercy-seat of pure gold : two cubits and a half shall be the length

thereof, and a cubit and a half the 18 breadth thereof. "And thou shalt make

two icherubim' of gold; of 10beaten

work shalt thou make them, 'ati the 19 two ends of the mercy-seat.

And make one cherub lat the one end, and lonel cherub lati the other end : 11of lone piece with the mercy-seat shall

ye make the cherubim! on the two 20 ends thereof. And the Icherubim!

shall Ispread out their wings on high, covering the mercy-seat with their wings, with their faces one to an

other; toward the mercy-seat shall the 21 faces of the Icherubim! be. °And thou

shalt put the mercy-seat above upon the ark; and in the ark thou shalt put

the testimony that I shall give thee. 22 °And there I will meet with thee, and

I will commune with thee from above the mercy-seat, from between the two Icherubim' which are upon the ark of the testimony, of all things which I will give thee in commandment unto

the children of Israel. 23) And thou shalt make a table of

lacacial wood: two cubits shall be the length thereof, and a cubit the breadth

thereof, and a cubit and a half the 24 height thereof. And thou shalt over

lay it with pure gold, and make thereto a 'crown of gold round about.

1 Or, work of Ibrightl sapphire ? Or, heave offering 3 Or, Icotton! 4 Or, i porpoisel-skins

5 Or, Iberyll
6 Heb. dwelling.
? Or, Irimi Or, Imoulding!
8 Heb. rib.

. Or, Icovering! 10 Or, Iturned i 11 Heb. out of the mercy-seat.

VERSION OF 1611.– 10 (a).. body of ..in his; 11 also.. saw ; 12 a.. commandments; 14 if any man have any matters to do ; 15 a; 17 sight; 18 went .. gat him. XXV. 2 bring that giveth it willingly with his; 5 badgers' skins . . shittim ; 7 in in ; 8 amongst ; 9 (after) instruments; 10 shittim; 12 corners .. in ..in; 13 shittim ; 14 by that. .. may be borne with them; 18 cherubims .. in ; 19 on .. the other .. on .. even .. cherubims ; 20 cherubims .. stretch forth . . and .. shall look .. cherubims; 22 cherubims; 23 also..shittim. = [67]

25 "And thou shalt make unto it a border 40 madel, with all these vessels. And

of lan' handbreadth round about, and Iseel that thou make them after their

thou shalt make a golden crown to the pattern, which hath been' shewed 26 border thereof round about. And thee in the mount.

thou shalt make for it four rings of 261) Moreover thou shalt make the btabgold, and put the rings in the four ernacle with ten curtains ; of fine

corners that are on the four feet twined linen, and blue, and purple, 27 thereof. "Close byl the border shall and scarlet, with 'cherubim the work

the rings be, for places for the staves of the cunning 'workman' shalt thou 28 to bear the table. And thou shalt 2 make them. The length of Teach!

make the staves of 'acacial wood, and curtain shall be eight and twenty cu

overlay them with gold, that the table bits, and the breadth of leach' curtain # 29 may be borne with them. And thou four cubits : lalli the curtains shall

shalt make the dishes thereof, and 'thel 3) have one measure. "Five curtains spoons thereof, and the flagons' there- shall be coupled together one to anof, and 'the bowls thereof, to "pour other; and the other five curtains

outi withal: of pure gold shalt thou shall be coupled one to another. 30 make them. °And thou shalt set upon 4)°And thou shalt make loops of blue

the table lshewbread before me alway. upon the edge of the one curtain 31) And thou shalt make a candlestick 7from the selvedge in the coupling ;

of pure gold: of beaten work shall and likewise shalt thou make in the the candlestick be made, leven its edge of the curtain that is outmosti sbase, and its' shaft; lits cups, its! (5) in the second scoupling. °Fifty loops

knops, and lits' flowers, shall be *of shalt thou make in the one curtain, 32) 'one piece with it': 'and 'therel shall and fifty loops shalt thou make in

ibel six branches 'going! out of the the edge of the curtain that is in the sides thereof; three branches of second coupling; the loops 'shall be the candlestick out of the one side 6) oppositel one to another. And thou thereofl, and three branches of the shalt make fifty clasps of gold, and

candlestick out of the other side couple the curtains tone to another (33) thereof! : 'three cups made like with the iclasps': and Ithel tabernacle

lalmond-blossomsl in one branch, a 7 shall be one. And thou shalt make knop and a flower; and three Icups! curtains of goats' hair 'forl a 'tent made like almond-blossomsl in the over the tabernacle: eleven curtains other branch, a knop and a flower: so (8 shalt thou make them'. 'The length

Ifor the six branches 'going out of of leach' curtain shall be thirty cubits, (34 the candlestick: 'and in the candle- and the breadth of leach' curtain four

stick four Icups! made like lalmond- cubits: the eleven curtains shall

blossoms, the knops thereof', and 9 Thavel one measure. "And thou shalt (35 Ithel flowers 'thereoft: 'and a knop couple five curtains by themselves,

under two branches tof lone piece with and six curtains by themselves, and it', and a knop under two branches shalt double lover the sixth curtain 4of lone piece with it, and a knop 10 in the forefront of the itentl. And under two branches of lone piece thou shalt make fifty loops on the

with it, for the six branches Igoing! edge of the one curtain that is out(36 out of the candlestick. Their knops most in the coupling, and fifty loops

and their branches shall be of lone lupon the edge of the curtain which

piece with it: the whole of it one lis outmost in the second 8Icoupling! 37) 2beaten work of pure gold. °And 11 °And thou shalt make fifty clasps of

thou shalt make the lamps thereof, brass, and put the clasps into the seven: and they shall 5light the lamps loops, and couple the tent together,

thereof, "tol give light over against it. 12 that it may be one. And the lover* 38 °And the tongs thereof, and the snuff- hanging part that remaineth of the

dishes thereof, shall be of pure gold. curtains of the tent, the half curtain 39 °Of a talent of pure gold shall it be that remaineth, shall hang over the

1 Or, IPresence-breadı
? Or, Iturnedi
a Heb. thigh.

4 Heb. out of the same.
5 Or, I set up
6 See ch. xxv. 9.

7 Or, Ithat is out mostl in the Ifirst sett
8 Or, Isett
* Or, Ifirst sett

VERSION OF 1611.– 25 a; 27 Over against .. of ; 28 shittim ; 29 covers ..

cover ;

31 his .. and his branches, his bowls, his .. his .. the same ; 32 come .. of it; 33 bowls .. unto almonds, with .. bowls

almonds (with).. in ., that come; 34 (shall be) .. bowls .. unto almonds, with their .. their ; 35 (there shall be). - the same .. the same .. the same, according to .. that proceed ; 36 the same: all.. (shall be); 37 that they may; 39 he make ; 40 look .. was. — XXVI. I cherubims ; 2 one.. one .. and every one of; 4 uttermost..another .. (of the); 5 (of the).. that .. may take hold .. of; 6 taches .. together.. taches . . it; 7 to be..covering upon ; 8 one..one..

.(and).. be all of ; 9 tabernacle ; 10 in .. coupleth ; 11 taches . . taches ; 12 remnant. = [101]

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(13 'back of the tabernacle. "And Ithel for the bars : and thou shalt overlay

cubit on the one side, and thei cubit 30 the bars with gold. And thou shalt on the other side, of that which re- rear up the tabernacle according to maineth in the length of the curtains the fashion thereof which 'hath been! of the tent, shall hang over the sides shewed thee in the mount.

of the tabernacle on this side and on And thou shalt make a veil of blue, 14) that side, to cover it. °And thou shalt and purple, and scarlet, and fine

make a covering for the tent of rams? twined linen: with icherubim thel skins dyed red, and a covering of work of the cunning 'workman' shall lisealskins! above.

(32 it be made : °and thou shalt hang it 15 And thou shalt make thel boards upon four pillars of lacacial overlaid

for the tabernacle of lacacial wood, with gold, their hooks shall be of gold, (16 standing up. °Ten cubits shall be the 33 upon four sockets of silver. °And

length of a board, and a cubit and thou shalt hang up the veil under the

a half the breadth of leachi board. Iclasps, and shaltbring in thither 17 °Two tenons shall there be in leach! within the veil the ark of the testi

board, 21 joinedi one Ito another: thus mony: and the veil shall divide unto

shalt thou make for all the boards of you between the holy place and the 18 the tabernacle. And thou shalt make 34 most holy. "And thou shalt put the

the boards for the tabernacle, twenty mercy-seat upon the ark of the testi

boards for the south side southward. 35 mony in the most holy place. And 19 °And thou shalt make forty sockets thou shalt set the table without the

of silver under the twenty boards; veil, and the candlestick over against two sockets under one board for lits! the table on the side of the tabernacle two tenons, and two sockets under toward the south : and thou shalt put

another board for lits! two tenons: 36 the table on the north side. "And thou (20 °and for the second side of the taber- shalt make a Iscreen' for the door of

nacle, on the north side, twenty boards : the Tent, of blue, and purple, and scar21 °and their forty sockets of silver; two let, and fine twined linen, 'the work

sockets under one board, and two sock- (37 of the embroidererl. And thou shalt 22 ets under another board. °And for make for the 'screen! five pillars of

the "hinder part of the tabernacle 'acacial, and overlay them with gold;

westward thou shalt make six boards. their hooks shall be of gold : and thou 23 And two boards shalt thou make shalt cast five sockets of brass for them.

for the corners of the tabernacle in 271 And thou shalt make Ithel altar of 24 the 'hinder parti. And they shall be lacacial wood, five cubits long, and

doublel beneath, and lin like manner! five cubits broad; the altar shall be they shall be lentire untol the top foursquare: and the height thereof thereoft unto Bone ring : thus shall it 2 shall be three cubits. And thou

be for them both; they shall be for shalt make the horns of it upon the 25 the two corners. °And Itherel shall four corners thereof: thel horns

be eight boards, and their sockets of Ithereofl shall be of lone piece with silver, sixteen sockets ; two sockets it! : and thou shalt overlay it with

under one board, and two sockets ur- 3 brass. And thou shalt make lits pots! 26 der another board. And thou shalt to 'take away its' ashes, and lits!

make bars of lacacial wood; five for shovels, and litsi basons, and litsi

the boards of the one side of the taber- fleshhooks, and lits! firepans: all the 27 nacle, "and five bars for the boards of vessels thereof thou shalt make of

the other side of the tabernacle, and brass. °And thou shalt make for it five bars for the boards of the side of a 'grating' of network of brass; and

the tabernacle, for the 'hinder parti upon the net shalt thou make four 28 westward. And the middle bar in the brasen rings in the four "corners

midst of the boards shall pass ough 5 thereof. And thou shalt put it un29 from end to end. °And thou shalt der the 'ledge round the altar be

overlay the boards with gold, and neath, that the net may 'reach halfway make their rings of gold for places 6 up the altar. And thou shalt make

1 Or, Iporpoisel-skins

2 Or, I morticed!

3 Or, Ithe first

4 Heb. ends.

VERSION OF 1611.- backside ; 13 a .. a .. (it); 14 badgers' skins; 15 shittim; 16 (shall be).. one; 17 one . . set in order . . against; 18 on: 19 his . . his; 20 (there shall be); 22 sides ; 23 two sides ; 24 coupled together . . coupled together above . head of it; 25 they ; 26 shittim ; 27 two sides ; 28 reach ; 30 was; 31 cherubims; 32 shittim wood .. (the); 33 taches, that thou mayest ; 36 hanging .. wrought with needlework; 37 hanging . . shittim wood .. (and). - XXVII. 1 an..shittim ; 2 his

the same; 3 his pans .. receive his .. his .. his .. his . . his; 4 grate; 5 compass of.. be even to the midst of.=[76]

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staves for the altar, staves of lacacial without the veil which is before the

wood, and overlay them with brass. testimony, Aaron and his sons shall 7 °And the staves thereof shall be put order it from evening to morning be

into the rings, and the staves shall be fore the Lord: it shall be a 'statute upon the two Isides of the altar, lin for ever Ithroughout their generations 8 bearing' it. Hollow with 'planks! bon the behalf of the children of Israel.

shalt thou make it: as it 'hath been! | 281 And Ibring thou 'neari unto thee shewed thee in the mount, so shall Aaron thy brother, and his sons with they make it.

him, from among the children of Is(9 And thou shalt make the court of rael, that he may minister unto me

the tabernacle: for the south side in the priest's office, even Aaron, Nasouthward there shall be hangings dab and Abihu, Eleazar and Ithamar,

for the court of fine twined linen an 2 Aaron's sons. And thou shalt make 10) hundred cubits long for one side: °and holy garments for Aaron thy brother, the pillars thereof shall be twenty, (3 for glory and for beauty. "And thou and their sockets twenty, of brass; shalt speak unto all that are wise

the hooks of the pillars and their hearted, whom I have filled with the (11) fillets shall be of silver. And like- spirit of wisdom, that they make

wise for the north side in length there Aaron's garments to 'sanctify! him, shall be hangings an hundred cubits that he may minister unto me in the long, and the pillars 'thereof twenty, 4 priest's office. And these are the and their sockets twenty, of brass ; garments which they shall make; a

the hooks of the pillars and their fillets breastplate, and an ephod, and a robe, 12 of silver. And for the breadth of and a coat 'of chequer work', a mitre,

the court on the west side shall be and a girdle: and they shall make

hangings of fifty cubits: their pillars holy garments for Aaron thy brother, 13 ten, and their sockets ten. And the and his sons, that he may

minister breadth of the court on the east side 5 unto me in the priest's office. °And 14 eastward shall be fifty cubits. "The they shall take ithel gold, and the

hangings for the one side of the gate blue, and the purple, and the scar

shall be fifteen cubits: their pillars let, and the fine linen. 15 three, and their sockets three. And (6) And they shall make the ephod of Ifor the other side shall be hangings gold, of blue, and purple, scarlet, and

of fifteen cubits: their pillars three, fine twined linen, ithel work fof thel (16 and their sockets three. And for the (7) cunning 'workman'. It shall have

gate of the court shall be a Iscreen! two shoulderpiecés joined to the of twenty cubits, of blue, and purple, two lends! thereof; 'that! it 'may be and scarlet, and fine twined linen, the 8) joined together. °And the 'cunningly

work of the embroiderer!: their pillars woven band', which is upon it, ito (17)four, and their sockets four. All the gird it on withal', shall be likel the

pillars of the court round about shall work thereof land of the same 'piecel; be filleted with silver; their hooks of of gold, of blue, and purple, and scar

silver, and their sockets of brass. 9 let, and fine twined linen. And thou 18 °The length of the court shall be an shalt take two sonyx stones, and grave

hundred cubits, and the breadth fifty on them the names of the children of every where, and the height five 10) Israel: °six of their names on the one

cubits, of fine twined linen, and their stone, and the names of the six that 19 sockets of brass. All the linstru- remain on the other stone, accord

ments of the tabernacle in all the 11 ing to their birth. With the work of service thereof, and all the pins there- an engraver in stone, like the engravof, and all the pins of the court, shall ings of a signet, shalt thou engrave be of brass.

the two stones, laccording to the 20) And thou shalt command the chil- names of the children of Israel: thou dren of Israel, that they bring 'unto! shalt make them to be linclosed' in thee pure olive oil beaten for the 12 ouches of gold. "And thou shalt put

light, 2to cause 'al lamp to burn icon- the two stones upon the shoulder* 21 tinually! In the sitent' of 'meeting', pieces of the ephod, 'to bel stones of

1 Heb. ribs.
? Or, to I set upl a lamp continually
3 See ch. XXV. 22, xxix. 42, xxx. 36.

4 Or, Iduel
5 Or, I from
6 Or, Iturbani

+ See ch. xxv. 3.
8 Or, Iberyll

VERSION OF 1611.-6 shittim ; 7 to bear; 8 boards .. was; 9 (of); 11 (of). . his; 14 of; 15 on; 16 hanging . . wrought with needlework : and .. (shall be); 17 (shall be); 19 vessels ; 20 the .. always; 21 tabernacle .. the congregation .. unto. — XXVIII. 1 take; 3 (may). consecrate; 4 broidered; 8 (0f) .. (of).. with ; 7° (the).. at.. edges .. and so.. shall; 8 curious girdle of the ephod .. according to.. even ; 10 other . . rest; 11 with .. set; 12 shoulders . . for.=[53]

°And upon

memorial 'for the children of Israel : and Aaron shall bear their names before the LORD upon his two shoulders

for a memorial. 13 And thou shalt make ouches of 14) gold : °and two chains of pure gold;

Dike cordsshalt thou make them, of wreathen work : and Ithou shalt puti

the wreathen chains lon the ouches. (15) °And thou shalt make 'al breastplate

of judgement, 'thel work lof thel cunning 'workman ; likel the work of the ephod thou shalt make it; of gold, of blue, and purple, and scarlet, and

fine twined linen, shalt thou make it. (16 °Foursquare it shall be land double!;

a span shall be the length thereof, (17) and a span the breadth thereof. °And

thou shalt set in it settings of stones, four rows of stones: a row Tofi lsar

dius, topaz, and {carbuncle shall be (18 the first row ; °and the second row an

Bemerald, a sapphire, and a 4diamond; 19 °and the third row a 5ljacinth', an 20 agate, and an amethyst; "and the

fourth row a beryl, and an 'onyx,

and a jasper : they shall be linclosedi 21) in gold in their Isettings.. 'And the

stones shall be 'according to the names of the children of Israel, twelve, according to their names; like the engravings of a signet, every one

'according to his name, they shall be 22 Ifor! the twelve tribes. "And thou

shalt make upon the breastplate

chains like cords!, of wreathen work 23 of pure gold. °And thou shalt make

upon the breastplate two rings of

gold, and shalt put the two rings on 24 the two ends of the breastplate. °And

thou shalt put the two wreathen

chains of gold lon' the two rings lat! 25 the ends of the breastplate. And

the other two ends of the two wreathen chains thou shalt 'put on the two ouches, and put them on the shoulder

pieces of the ephod, 'in the forepart 26 thereofl. And thou shalt make two

rings of gold, and thou shalt put them upon the two ends of the breastplate, lupon the ledges thereof, which is to

ward the side of the ephod inward. (27) °And thou shalt make two rings of

gold, and shalt put them on the two Ishoulderpieces of the ephod underneath, 'in the forepart thereof, 'close

by the coupling thereof, above the

'cunningly woven band' of the ephod. 28 °And they shall bind the breastplate

by the rings thereof unto the rings of the ephod with a lace of blue, that it may be upon the 'cunningly woven band' of the ephod, and that the

breastplate be not loosed from the 29 ephod. °And Aaron shall bear

the names of the children of Israel in the breastplate of judgement upon his heart, when he goeth in unto the holy

place, for a memorial before the Lord . 30 continually. °And thou shalt put in

the breastplate of judgement 8the Urim and the Thummim; and they shall be upon Aaron's heart, when he goeth in before the LORD: and Aaron shall bear the judgement of the children of Israel upon his heart before

the LORD continually. 31 And thou shalt make the robe of 32 the ephod all of blue. 'And Plit' shall

Thave a hole for the headl in the midst thereof: it shall have a binding of woven work round about the hole

of it, as it were the hole of la coat of (33 maill, that it be not rent.

thellskirtsl of it thou shalt make pomegranates of blue, and of purple, and of scarlet, round about the iskirts!

thereof; and bells of gold between 34 them round about: oa golden bell and

a pomegranate, a golden bell and a

pomegranate, upon the Iskirts of the 35 robe round about. And it shall be

upon Aaron to minister: and Ithel sound 'thereoft shall be heard when he goeth in unto the holy place before, the LORD, and when he cometh out,

that he die not. 36 And thou shalt make a plate of

pure gold, and grave upon it, like the

engravings of a signet, 'HOLY TO THE 37) LORD. °And thou shalt put it on a

lace 'ofblue, 'and' it 'shalll be upon

the 10mitre; upon the forefront of the 38 10mitre it shall be. And it shall be

upon Aaron's forehead, land! Aaron Ishall' bear the iniquity of the holy things, which the children of Israel shall hallow in all their holy gifts ; and it shall be always upon his fore

head, that they may be accepted be39 fore the LORD. °And thou shalt

!weavel the coat lin chequer workl of

[blocks in formation]

9 Or, there shall be a hole in the top

of it 10 Or, Iturbanl

VERSION OF 1611. unto; 14 at the ends . . fasten..to; 15 the . . with..after.. (f).. (of)..(of); 16 being doubled .. (shall be); 17 (cven) the first .. shall be .. (a).. (a).. (this); '18 (shall be); 19 ligure ; 20 set .. inclosings; 21 with .. with .. according to; 22 at the ends; 24 in.. which are on; 25 fasten in.. before it ; 26 in..border..in; 27 (other). .sides . . towards . . over against .. (other)..curious girdle ; 28 above .. curious girdle ; 32 there . . be .. in the top of it.. an habergeon ; 33 (beneath).. hem.. hem; 34 hem; 35 his ; 36 HOLINESS; 37 that .. may ; 38 that .. may ; 39 embroider. = [78]

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