1'Bezalel, Oholiab and al the men whom Yahweh has endowed with the skil and knowledge to knowhow to carry out al the work to be done on the sanctuary, wil do exactly as Yahweh has ordered.' 2Moses then summoned Bezalel, Oholiab and al the skil ed men whose hearts Yahweh had endowedwith skil , al whose heart stirred them to come forward and do the work. 3From Moses they received everything that the Israelites had brought as contributions for carrying outthe work of building the sanctuary, and, as they went on bringing their offerings every morning, 4the skil ed men who were doing all the work for the sanctuary, al left their particular work 5and said to Moses, 'The people are bringing more than is needed for the work Yahweh has ordered tobe done.' 6Moses then gave the order and proclamation was made throughout the camp, 'No one, whether manor woman, must do anything more towards contributing for the sanctuary.' So the people were prevented frombringing any more, 7for the material to hand was enough, and more than enough, to complete al the work. 8Al the most skil ed of the men doing the work made the Dwelling. Moses made it with ten sheets offinely woven linen, dyed violet-purple, red-purple and crimson and embroidered with great winged creatures. 9The length of a single sheet was twenty-eight cubits, its width four cubits, al the sheets being of thesame size. 10He joined five of the sheets to one another, and the other five sheets to one another. 11He made violet loops along the edge of the first sheet, at the end of the set, and did the same alongthe edge of the last sheet in the other set. 12He made fifty loops on the first sheet and fifty loops along the outer edge of the sheet of the secondset, the loops corresponding to one another. 13He made fifty gold clasps and joined the sheets together with the clasps. In this way the Dwel ing wasa unified whole. 14Next he made sheets of goats' hair for the tent over the Dwel ing; he made eleven of these. 15The length of a single sheet was thirty cubits and its width four cubits; the eleven sheets were al ofthe same size. 16He joined five sheets together into one set and six sheets into another. 17He made fifty loops along the edge of the last sheet of the first set, and fifty loops along the edge ofthe sheet of the second set. 18He made fifty bronze clasps, to draw the tent together and make it a unified whole. 19And for the tent he made a cover of rams' skins dyed red, and a cover of fine leather over that. 20For the Dwelling he made vertical frames of acacia wood. 21Each frame was ten cubits long and one and a half cubits wide. 22Each frame had twin tenons; this was how he made al the frames for the Dwelling. 23He made frames for the Dwel ing: twenty frames for the south side, to the south, 24and made forty silver sockets under the twenty frames, two sockets under one frame for its twotenons, two sockets under the next frame for its two tenons; 25and for the other side of the Dwel ing, the north side, twenty frames 26and forty silver sockets, two sockets under one frame, two sockets under the next frame. 27For the back of the Dwel ing, on the west, he made six frames. 28He also made two frames for the corners at the back of the Dwel ing; 29these were coupled together at the bottom, staying so up to the top, to the level of the first ring; thishe did with the two frames forming the two corners. 30Thus there were eight frames with their sixteen silver sockets; two sockets under each frame. 31He made crossbars of acacia wood: five for the frames of the first side of the Dwel ing, 32five crossbars for the frames of the other side of the Dwel ing and five crossbars for the frames whichformed the back of the Dwel ing, to the west. 33He made the middle bar, to join the frames from one end to the other, halfway up. 34He overlaid the frames with gold, made gold rings for them, through which to place the crossbars,and overlaid the crossbars with gold. 35He made a curtain of finely woven linen, dyed violet-purple, red-purple and crimson and embroideredwith great winged creatures, 36and for it he made four poles of acacia wood, overlaying them with gold, with golden hooks for them,for which he cast four sockets of silver. 37For the entrance to the tent he made a screen of finely woven linen embroidered with violet-purple,red-purple and crimson, 38as also the five columns for it and their hooks; he overlaid their capitals and rods with gold, but theirfive sockets were of bronze.
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