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wings on high, 'covering the mercy- their branches were of lone piece seat with their wings, with their faces with it: the wholel of it was one to another; 'toward! the mercy. 23) beaten work of pure gold. °And he

Iseati were the faces of the Icherubim. made ithel lamps thereofl, seven, and 10 1 And he made the table of lacacia! 'the tongs thereof', and 'thel snuff

wood: two cubits was the length 24 dishes thereof, of pure gold. °Of a thereof, and a cubit the breadth talent of pure gold made he it, and all

thereof, and a cubit and a half the the vessels thereof. 11 height thereof: 'and he overlaid it (25) And he made the altar lof' incense

with pure gold, and made itheretol a of lacacial wood: a cubit was the 12 crown of gold round about. And! length Ithereofl, and a cubit the

he made lunto iti a border of lan! breadth "thereof!, foursquare; and handbreadth round about, and made two cubits was the height 'thereoft;

a 'golden! crown to the border the horns thereof were of 'one piece 13 thereof round about. °And he cast (26 with it. And he overlaid it with

for it four rings of gold, and put the pure gold, the top 'thereofl, and the

rings lini the four corners that were sides thereof round about, and the 14 loni the four feet thereof. "Close horns of it: land! he made unto it a

byl the border were the rings, the (27) crown of gold round about. And he

places for the staves to bear the made for it two 'golden rings under 15 table. "And he made the staves of the crown thereof, 'upon the two

lacacial wood, and overlaid them with 'ribs thereofl, upon the two sides lof * 16 gold, to bear the table. And he it, for places for staves to bear it

made the vessels which were upon 28 withal. °And he made the staves the table, Ithel dishes 'thereof, and of lacacial wood, and overlaid them Ithel spoons 'thereofl, and Ithel bowls 29 with gold. ©4And he made the holy Ithereofl, and the fagons thereofl, to anointing oil, and the pure incense "pour out withal, of pure gold.

of sweet spices, 'after the lartl of 17) And he made the candlestick of the 'perfumerl.

pure gold: of beaten work made he 38(1 5And he made the altar of burnt the candlestick, leven its basel, and offering of 'acacial wood : five cubits lits' shaft; 'its cups, its' knops, and was the length thereof, and five cubits

litsi flowers, were of lone piece with the breadth thereof, foursquare; and 18 it': 'and 'there were six branches 2 three cubits the height thereof. And

going out of the sides thereof; three he made the horns thereof lupon the branches of the candlestick out of the four corners of it; the horns thereof one side thereof, and three branches were of lone piece with it! : and he

of the candlestick out of the other (3 overlaid it with brass. And he made 19 side thereof : °three Icups' made 'like all the vessels of the altar, the pots,

almond-blossomsl in one branch, a and the shovels, and the basons, the knop and a flower; and three 'cups! fleshhooks, and the firepans: all the made like lalmond-blossoms in the vessels thereof made he of brass. other branch, a knop and a flower : 4 °And he made for the altar a 'grating!

so 'for the six branches going out of network fof brass', under the 'ledge 20 of the candlestick. And in the can- round it! beneath, 'reaching halfway

dlestick were four Icups! made like 5 up!. °And he cast four rings for the

Salmond-blossoms, the knops 'there- four ends of the 'grating' of brass, to 21 ofl, and 'the flowers 'thereof): Cand 6 be places for the staves. And he

a knop under two branches of lone made the staves of lacacial wood, and piece with it, and a knop under two 7 overlaid them with brass. And he branches of lone piece with it, and a put the staves into the rings on the knop under two branches of lone sides of the altar, to bear it withal ;

piece with it, for the six branches he made lit hollow with 'planks!. 22 going out of it. 'Their knops and * 8 6And he made the laver of brass,

i See ch. XXV. 23-29.
2 See ch. xxv. 31-39

3 See ch. XXX. 1-5.
* See ch. XXX. 23, 24, 34, 35.

6 See ch. xxvii, 1-8.
6 See ch. xxx. 18.

VERSION OF 1611.- and covered . . over .. even to .. seatward cherubims; 10 shittim; 11 thereunto; 12 Also .. thereunto ..

..a.. of gold for; 13 upon .. in; 14 Over against; 15 shittim; 16 his .. his. his .. his covers .. cover ; 17 his .. his branch, his bowls, his .. his .. the same: 19 bowls after the fashion of almonds .. bowls .. almonds .. another .. throughout; 20 bowls . . almonds, his .. his; 21 the same.. the same.. the same, according to ; 22 the same: all; 23 his .. his snuffers .his; 25 shittim ..of it..of it.. (it was)..of it.. the same; 26 (both)..of it.. also; 27 of gold.. by .. corners of it.. thereof, to be .. (the); 28 shittim ; 29 according to .. work..apothecary. XXXVIII. 1 shittim.. (it was); 2 on the same ; 3 (and): 4 brasen grate.. compass thereof.. unto the midst of it; 5 grate; 6 shittim; 7 the altar .. boards. (115]

and the 'base thereofl of brass, of of the tribe of Judah, made all that the 'mirrors' of 'the 21serving' women 23 the LORD commanded Moses. And which served at the door of the with him was 'Oholiab, the son of Itent' of 'meetingl.

Ahisamach, of the tribe of Dan, fan 9 8And he made the court: Ifor the engraver, and a cunning workman,

south side southward the hangings of and an embroiderer in blue, and in

the court were of fine twined linen, purple, and in scarlet, and fine linen. 10 an hundred cubits : otheir pillars were 24 All the gold that was 'used for the

twenty, and their sockets twenty, "of work in all the work of the 'sanctu

brassi; the hooks of the pillars and ary', even the gold of the offering, (11) their fillets were of silver. °And for was twenty and nine talents, and

the north side an hundred cubits, seven hundred and thirty shekels, their pillars twenty, and their sockets after the shekel of the sanctuary. twenty, of brass; the hooks of the 25 °And the silver of them that were

pillars and their fillets of silver. numbered of the congregation was 12 And for the west side were hang- an hundred talents, and a thousand

ings of fifty cubits, their pillars ten, seven hundred and threescore and and their sockets ten; the hooks of fifteen shekels, after the shekel of

the pillars and their fillets of silver. 26 the sanctuary: oa beka la head!, that 13 °And for the east side eastward fifty is, half a shekel, after the shekel of 14 cubits. The hangings 'fori the one the sanctuary, for every one that

side of the gate were fifteen cubits ; passed over to them that werel num

their pillars three, and their sockets bered, from twenty years old and up15) three; and 'sol for the other side: ward, for six hundred thousand and

on this hand and that hand by the three thousand and five hundred and gate of the court were hangings of 27 fifty men. °And the hundred talents

fifteen cubits; their pillars three, and of silver were 'for casting the sockets 16 their sockets three. °All the hang- of the sanctuary, and the sockets of

ings of the court round about were of the veil; an hundred sockets 'fori the 17 fine twined linen. And the sockets hundred talents, a talent for a sock

for the pillars were of brass; the 28 °And of the thousand seven hundred hooks of the pillars and their fillets seventy and five shekels he made of silver; and the overlaying of their hooks for the pillars, and overlaid chapiters of silver; and all the pillars their chapiters, and made fillets for}

of the court were filleted with silver. 29 them. And the brass of the offering 18 °And the Iscreen' for the gate of the was seventy talents, and two thou

court was Ithel work tof the embroi. 30 sand and four hundred shekels. And derer', of blue, and purple, and scar. therewith he made the sockets to the let, and fine twined linen: and twenty door of the 'tenti of 'meeting', and cubits was the length, and the height the brasen altar, and the brasen 'gratin the breadth was five cubits, an- ing for it, and all the vessels of the

swerable to the hangings of the court. 31) altar, "and the sockets of the court 19) °And their pillars were four, and their round about, and the sockets of the

sockets four, of brass; their hooks gate of the court, and all the pins of of silver, and the overlaying of their the tabernacle, and all the pins of the

chapiters and their fillets of silver. court round about. 20 °And all the pins of the tabernacle, 391 And of the blue, and purple, and

and of the court round about, were scarlet, they made finely wrought of brass.

garments, for ministering in the holy This is the sum of the things for! place, and made the holy garments the tabernacle, even the tabernacle for Aaron; as the LORD commanded of "thel testimony, as they were! Moses. counted, according to the command- 2 5 And he made the ephod of gold, ment of Moses, for the service of the blue, and purple, and scarlet, and fine

Levites, by the hand of Ithamar, 'thel 3) twined linen. °And they did beat the 22 son loft Aaron the priest. 'And 'Be- gold into thin plates, and cut it into

zaleli the son of Uri, the son of Hur, wires, to work it in the blue, and

(21

1 Or, the women which assembled Ito

ministeri

Sam.

2 See Num. iv. 23, viii. 24; 1

ii. 22.
3 See ch. xxvii. 9-19.

* Or, la craftsmani
5 See ch. xxviii. 6-12.

VERSION OF 1611. - 8 foot of it.. looking-glasses . . assembling .. assembled . . tabernacle.. the congregation; 9 on; 10 brasen; 11 (the hangings were) .. (wcre); 14 of; 18 hanging .. needlework; 21 (of).. it was.. to; 22 Bezaleel; 23 Aholiab; 24 occupied. holy place; 26 for every man .. went to be; 27 of .. cast .. of; 28 filleted; 30 tabernacle .. the congregation .. grate. XXXIX. 1 clothes of service, to do service. = [47]

in the purple, and in the scarlet, and

in the fine linen, Ithel work lof thel 4 cunning workman'. °They made

shoulderpieces for it, 'joinedi together: lat the two lendsi was it 5 Fjoined! together. And the icun

ningly woven band', that was upon it, to gird it on withal', was of the same 'piece and like the work thereof; of gold, oft blue, and purple, and scarlet, and fine twined linen; as the

LORD commanded Moses. 6. And they wrought 'the onyx stones,

inclosed in ouches of gold, graven with the engravings of a signet, according to the names of the chil1 dren of Israel. °And he put them

on the Ishoulderpieces of the ephod, Itol be stones tofi memorial 'fori the children of Israel; as the LORD com

manded Moses. 8) 1 And he made the breastplate, 'thel

work of the cunning 'workman', like the work of the ephod; of gold, 'of

blue, and purple, and scarlet, and fine 9 twined linen. It was foursquare;

they made the breastplate double : a span was the length thereof, and

a span the breadth thereof, being (10 doublel. °And they set in it four

rows of stones : lal row lofl sardius,

topaz, and carbuncle was the first 11 row. And the second row, an emer12 ald, a sapphire, and a diamond. °And

the third row, a jacinth', an agate, 13 and an amethyst. And the fourth

row, a beryl, an onyx, and a jasper:

they were inclosed in ouches of gold 14) in their 'settings.. 'And the stones

were 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, 'for the twelve tribes. 15 °And they made upon the breastplate

chains like cords, of wreathen work 16 of pure gold. °And they made two

ouches of gold, and two gold rings ;

and put the two rings lon' the two 17 ends of the breastplate. "And they

put the two wreathen chains of gold

ion' the two rings 'at the ends of the 18 breastplate. And the other two

ends of the two wreathen chains they 'put on the two ouches, and put them on the shoulderpieces of the ephod,

19 lin the forepart thereof. And they

made two rings of gold, and put them lupon the two ends of the breastplate, upon the 'edge thereofl, which

was 'towardi the side of the ephod (20 inward. °And they made two rings

lof gold', and put them on the two Ishoulderpieces of the ephod underneath, 'in' the forepart 'thereof, close by the coupling thereof, above the

Icunningly woven band' of the ephod. 21 °And they did bind the breastplate

by 'thel rings thereof unto the rings of the ephod with a lace of blue, that it might be lupon the Icunningly woven band' of the ephod, and that the breastplate might not be loosed from the ephod: as the LORD com

manded Moses. 22 2 And he made the robe of the ephod 23) of woven work, all of blue; °and ithel

hole of the robe in the midst thereof), as the hole of la coat of maill, with a

"binding round about the hole of it!, 24 that it should not be renti. And

they made upon the 'skirts of the

robe pomegranates of blue, and purple, 25 and scarlet, and twined linen. And

they made bells of pure gold, and put the bells between the pomegranates

upon the 'skirts of the robe round 26) about, between the pomegranates; oa

bell and a pomegranate, a bell and a pomegranate, 'upon the iskirts of the robe round about, to minister in; as

the Lord commanded Moses. 27 3 And they made the coats of fine

linen of woven work for Aaron, and for his sons, 'and 'thel Amitre of fine linen, and the goodly 'headtiresi of

fine linen, and the linen breeches of 29 fine twined linen, °and 'thel girdle of

fine twined linen, and blue, and purple, and scarlet, 'the work of the embroiderer'; as the Lord commanded

Moses. (30

And they made the plate of the holy crown of pure gold, and wrote upon it a writing, like the engravings

of a signet, 'HOLY TO THE LORD. 31 °And they tied unto it a lace of blue,

to fasten it upon the mitre abovel;

as the LORD commanded Moses. 32) Thus was finished all the work of

the tabernacle of the tent of Imeeting': and the children of Israel did

1 See ch. xxviii. 15-28. ? See ch. xxviii. 31-34.

3 See ch. xxviii. 39, 40, 42.
* Or, Iturbani

See ch. xxviii. 36, 37.

VERSION OF 1611. - 3 with ; 4 to couple it .. by .. edges . . coupled ; 5 curious girdle of his ephod ... according to; 6 as signets are graven ; 7 shoulders .. that they should .. for a . . to; 9 doubled; 10 the first .. was a .. (a) . . (a).. (this); 12 ligure: 13 inclosings ; 14 with ; 15 at the ends; 16 in; 17 in.. on ; 18 fastened in .. before it ; 19 on .. border of it.. on; 20 other golden .. sides .. toward . . of it, over against . . (other).. curious girdle ; 21 his .. above .. curious girdle ; 23 there was a .. an habergeon ... band.. rend: 24 hems; 25 hem ; 26 hem; 28 a .. bonnets; 29 a.. needlework; 30 (to). . HOLINESS; 31 on high ; 32 the congregation. = [86]

according to all that the Lord com

manded Moses, so did they. 33 And they brought the tabernacle

unto Moses, the Tent, and all litsi furniture, lits clasps, its' boards, lits!

bars, and litsi pillars, and lits' sock34 ets; °and the covering of rams' skins

dyed red, and the covering of 1seal

skins', and the veil of the 'screen!; 35 °the ark of the testimony, and the

staves thereof, and the mercy-seat; (36 °the table, all the vessels thereof, and (37 the shewbread; °the pure candle

stick, the lamps thereof, even the lamps to be set in order, and all

the vessels thereof, and the oil for 38 "the light; °and the golden altar,

and the anointing oil, and the sweet

incense, and the screeni for the door 39 lof the Tent'; °the brasen altar, and

lits grating' of brass, lits' staves,

and all litsi vessels, the laver and lits 10) basel; "the hangings of the court, lits!

pillars, and litsi sockets, and the iscreen! for the gate of the court, Ithel cords 'thereofl, and Ithel pins Ithereofl, and all the linstruments of

the service of the tabernacle, for the 11) tent of 'meeting!; "the 'finely wrought

garments for ministering in the holy place, and the holy garments for Aaron the priest, and 'thel garments

Tof his isons!, to minister in the 42 priest's office. °According to all that

the LORD commanded Moses, so the

children of Israel Idid! all the work. 43 °And Moses Isawi all the work, and,

behold, they had done it; as the LORD had commanded, even so had they

done it: and Moses blessed them. 401 And the LORD spake unto Moses, 2 saying, "On the first day of the first

month shalt thou 'rearl up the taber3) nacle of the tent of 'meeting! °And

thou shalt put therein the ark of the

testimony, and 'thou shalt screen the (4 ark with the veil. 'And thou shalt

bring in the table, and set in order the things that are upon it; and thou

shalt bring in the candlestick, and (5 alight the lamps thereof. And thou

shalt set the golden' altar for incense before the of the testimony, and

put the Iscreen' of the door to the (6 tabernacle. "And thou shalt set the

altar of burnt offering before the door

of the tabernacle of the tent of 'meet. 7 ingl. And thou shalt set the laver

between the tent of 'meeting and the

altar, and shalt put water therein. 8) °And thou shalt set up the court

round about, and hang up the iscreen 9 of the gate lof the court. And thou

shalt take the anointing oil, and anoint the tabernacle, and all that is therein, and shalt hallow it, and all the Ifurni

turel thereof: and it shall be holy. (10)°And thou shalt anoint the altar of

burnt offering, and all litsi vessels,

and sanctify the altar : and 'thel altar 11 shall be most holy. 'And thou shalt

anoint the laver and lits basel, and 12 sanctify it. °And thou shalt bring

Aaron and his sons unto the of

the Itent of meeting', and 'shalt! 13 wash them with water. °And thou

shalt put upon Aaron the holy garments; and thou shalt! anoint him,

and sanctify him, that he may minister 14) unto me in the priest's office. And

thou shalt bring his sons, and 'put' (15 coats Tupon them : 'and thou shalt

anoint them, as thou didst anoint their father, that they may minister unto me in the priest's office: land! their anointing shall be 'to them for an

everlasting priesthood throughout 16 their generations. "Thus did Moses:

according to all that the LORD com

manded him, so did he. 17 And it came to pass in the first

month in the second year, on the first

day of the month, that the tabernacle 18 was reared up. °And Moses reared

up the tabernacle, and laid its' sockets, and set up the boards thereof,

and put in the bars thereof, and reared (19 up litsi pillars. °And he spread the

tent over the tabernacle, and put the

covering of the tent above upon it; 20 as the LORD commanded Moses. °And

he took and put the testimony into the ark, and set the staves on the

ark, and put the mercy-seat above 21 upon the ark: °and he brought the

ark into the tabernacle, and set up the veil of the Iscreen', and Iscreened

the ark of the testimony; as the LORD 22 commanded Moses. ° And he put the

table in the tent of Imeeting', upon the

side of the tabernacle northward, with(23 out the veil. And he set the bread

1 Or, Iporpoisel-skins

2 Or, I set up

VERSION OF 1611.— 33 his . . his taches, his .. his .. his .. his ; 34 badgers' skins .. covering ; 36 (and); 37 (with)., (with); 38 hanging . . tabernacle ; 39 his grate..his. .his.. his foot; 40 his.. his.. hanging his .. his . . vessels., the congregation ; 41 clothes of service to do service . . sons'; 42 made; 43 did look upon. XL. 2 set .. the congregation ; 3 cover ; 4 (to be set in order); 5 of gold . : (the).. hanging ; 6(the) .. the congregation; 7 the congregation; 8 hanging at; 9 vessels ; 10 (the) .. his.. it..an; 11 his foot; 12 tabernacle .. the congregation ; 14 clothe .. with ; 15 for.. (surely); 18 fastened his.. his; 19 (abroad); 21 covering .. covered; 22 the congregation.=[82]

as

in order upon it before the LORD; as 24 the LORD commanded Moses. And

he put the candlestick in the tent of 'meeting!, over against the table, on

the side of the tabernacle southward. 25 °And he 'lighted the lamps before the

LORD; the LORD commanded 26 Moses. °And he put the golden altar

in the tent of 'meeting before the 27) veil : °and he burnt thereon incense

lof' sweet 'spices'; as the Lord com28 manded Moses. °And he put the

Iscreen of the door to the tabernacle. 29 °And he iseti the altar of burnt offer

ing 'ati the door of the tabernacle of the tent of 'meeting', and offered upon it the burnt offering and the

'meall offering; as the LORD com30 manded Moses. °And he set the

laver between the tent of 'meeting!

and the altar, and put water 'therein', 31 to wash withal. 02And Moses and

Aaron and his sons washed their hands 32 and their feet thereat; 'when they

went into the tent of 'meeting', and

when they came near unto the altar,

they washed: as the LORD commanded 33) Moses. °And he reared up the court

round about the tabernacle and the altar, and set up the Iscreen' of the gate of the court. So Moses finished

the work. 34 Then Ithel cloud covered the tent

of 'meeting!, and the glory of the 35 LORD filled the tabernacle. And

Moses was not able to enter into the tent of 'meeting', because the cloud

abode thereon, and the glory of the 36 LORD filled the tabernacle. And

when the cloud was taken up from over the tabernacle, the children of

Israel went onward, 'throughout all 37 their journeys : obut if the cloud were

not taken up, then they journeyed not 38) till the day that it was taken up. °For

the cloud of the Lord was upon the tabernacle by day, and Ithere was fire therein' by night, in the sight of all the house of Israel, throughout all their journeys.

THE THIRD BOOK OF MOSES, COMMONLY CALLED

LEVITICUS.

11

AND the LORD called unto Moses, and spake unto him out of the itenti 2 of 'meeting', saying, "Speak unto the

children of Israel, and say unto them, "When' any man of you loffereth' an Toblation unto the LORD, ye shall Toffer your loblation of the cattle, even of the herd and of the flock. 3 If his loblation' be a burnt offer

ing of the herd, 'he shall offer iti a male without blemish: he shall offer it at the door of the 'tenti of 'meeting,

that he may be accepted' before the 4 LORD. 'And he shall 'layi his hand

upon the head of the burnt offering ;

and it shall be accepted for him to 5) make atonement for him. And he

shall kill the bullock before the Lord: and Aaron's sons, the priests, shall 'present the blood, and sprinkle the

blood round about upon the altar that

is lat' the door of the itent' of 'meet6 ing!. And he shall flay the burnt

offering, and cut it into lits! pieces. (7 °And the sons of Aaron the priest

shall put fire upon the altar, and lay 8) wood in order upon the fire: °and

Aaron's sons, the priests, shall lay the 'pieces, the head, and the fat, in order

upon the wood that is on the fire 9 which is upon the altar : °but lits in

wards and litsi legs shall he wash Twith water : and the priest shall burn the wholel on the altar, 'fori a burnt loffering', an offering made by fire, of

a sweet savour unto the LORD. 10 And if his loblation' be of the 'flock',

of the sheep, or of the goats, for a

burnt offerings; he shall toffer! it 11) a male without blemish. "And he

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VERSION OF 1611.-23 (had); 24 the congregation ; 26 the congregation ; 28 set up.. hanging at.. of ; 29 put .. by.. the congregation .. meat; 30 the congregation .. there; 32 the congregation; 33 hanging; 34 a .. the congregation ; 35 the congregation ; 36 in; 38 on it.

LEVITICUS. :-I. 1 tabernacle.. the congregation ; 2 If.. bring .. offering .. bring. . offering; 3 offering .. sacrifice .. let him offer .. of his own voluntary will .. tabernacle .. the congregation ; 4 put; 5 bring .by.. tabernacle the congregation; 6 his; 7 (the); 8 parts; 9 his..his.. in.. all .. to be . . sacrifice; 10 offering . . focks, namely .. sacrifice.. bring. =[71]

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