Obrazy na stronie

God's name proclaimed.


Certain duties enjoined.

13. 21.



B. C. 1491. upon these tables the words that were the inhabitants of the land, and they B. C. 1491. in the first tables, which thou brakest. | 'go a whoring after their gods, and do

f Deut. 31. 16. 2 And be ready in the morning, and sacrifice unto their gods, and one & call

Judg. 2. 17. come up in the morning unto mount thee, and thou heat of his sacrifice; Jer. 3. 9.

Ez. 6. 9. Sinai, and present thyself there to me 16 And thou take of i their daughters

8 Num. 25. 2. c ch. 19 20. & } Cin the top of the mount.

unto thy sons, and their daughters kgo °1 Cor. 10. 27. 24. 12.

3 And no man shall d come up with a whoring after their gods, and make h Ps. 106. 28., d ch. 19. 12,

1 Cor. 8. 4,7, thee, neither let any man be seen thy sons go a whoring after their gods. throughout all the mount; neither 17 Thou shalt make thee no molten i Deut. 7. 3.

1 Kings 11.2. let the flocks nor herds feed before gods.

Ezra 9. 2. that mount. | 18 | The feast of munleavened bread

Neh. 13. 25.

k Num. 25. 1.2. 4 | And he hewed two tables of stone shalt thou keep. Seven days thou | *1 Kings i1:4. like unto the first; and Moses rose shalt eat unleavened bread, as I com- 1 ch. 32. 8.

Lev. 19. 4. up early in the morning, and went up manded thee, in the time of the month

m ch. 12. 15. e ch. 33. 19. unto mount Sinai, as the Lord had Abib: for in the "month Abib thou & 23. 15. Num. 14. 17. commanded him, and took in his hand camest out from Egypt.

nch. 13. 4. f Num. 14. 18. 2 Chr. 30. 9. the two tables of stone.

19 ° All that openeth the matrix is o ch. 13. 2, 12. Neh. 9. 17.

& 22. 29. 5 And the LORD descended in the mine; and every firstling among thy | 2.44.30. Ps. 86. 15, & 103. 8. & 111. cloud, and stood with him there, and cattle, whether ox or sheep, that is Luke 2. 23. 4. & 112. 4. &

@proclaimed the name of the LORD. male. 116.5. & 145.8.

P ch. 13. 13. Joel 2. 13. 6. And the LORD passed by before 20 But P the firstling of an ass thou Num. 18. 15. g Pg. 31. 19. him, and proclaimed, The LORD, The shalt redeem with a 1 lamb: and if | || Or, kid. Rom. 2. 4. h Ps. 57. 10. &

LORD God, merciful and gracious, thou redeem him hot, then shalt thou 108. 4. . longsuffering, and abundant in good-break his neck. All the firstborn of i ch. 20. 6. Deut. 5. 10.

thy sons thou shalt redeem. And ness and h truth, Ps. 86. 15. 7 Keeping mercy for thousands, none shall appear before me "empty. | 9 ch. 23. 15. Jer. 32. 18.

Deut. 16. 16. Dan. . 40 | forgiving iniquity and transgression | 21 T Six days thou shalt work, but

1 Sam.9.7, 8. k Ps. 103.3.& and sin, and that will by no means on the seventh day thou shalt rest: 2 Sam. 24. 24. 130. 4.

r ch. 20. 9. & Dan, 9. 9. clear the guilty; visiting the iniquity in earing time and in harvest thou

23. 12. & 35.2. Eph. 4. 32. of the fathers upon the children, and shalt rest.

Deut. 5.12,13. 1 John 1.9.

Luke 13. 14. 1 ch. 23. 7, 21. upon the children's children, unto the 22 | s And thou shalt observe the

sch. 23. 16. Josh. 24. 19. third and to the fourth generation. . : feast of weeks, of the firstfruits of Deut. 16. 10, Job 10. 14.

8 And Moses made haste, and mbow-wheat harvest, and the feast of inNah. 1. 3. ed his head toward the earth, and gathering at the tyear's end.

| Heb, revolum ch. 4. 31. worshipped.

23 | Thrice in the year shall all

tion of the nch. 33. 15, 16.

year. och. 33. 3. " 9 And he said, If now I have found your men children appear before the tch. 23. 14, 17.

Deut. 16.'16. p Deut. 32. 9. grace in thy sight, O Lord, let my Lord God, the God of Israel. Ps. 28.9. & 83. I ord I nor thooo amor

24 For I will u cast out the nations u ch.33. 2. 12. & 78. 62.1 Dou, I pray wice, su amig

Lev. 18. 24. & 94. 14. 'it is a stiffnecked people; and pardon before thee, and enlarge thy borders: ben

Deut. 7. 1. Zech.z. 102. lour iniquity and our sin, and take us y neither shall any man desire thy Ps. 78. 55. &

80. 8. 4 Deut. 5. 2. & ( for p thine inheritance.

land, when thou shalt go up to ap

x Deut. 12. 20. 29. 12, 14. | 10 | And he said, Behold, 9 I make pear before the LORD thy God thrice & 19. 8. r Deut. 4. 32. 2 Sam. 7. 23.

y SeeGen.35.5. a covenant: before all thy people I in the year.

2 Chr. 17. 10. P8. 77. 14. &

will r do marvels, such as have not 25 z Thou shalt not offer the blood | Prov. 16. 7. 78. 12. & 147.

Acts 18. 10. 20. been done in all the earth, nor in any of my sacrifice with leaven; a neither

z ch. 23. 18. s Deut. 10. 21.

nation: and all the people among shall the sacrifice of the feast of the a ch. 12. 10. Ps. 145. 6. 18. 64. 3. which thou art shall see the work of passover be left unto the morning. t Deut. 5. 32. | the LORD: for it is sa terrible thing | 26 The first of the firstfruits of b ch. 23. 19. & 6.3, 25. & | that I will do with thee.

Deut. 26.2,10. 12, 28, 32. &

thy land thou shalt bring unto the 28. 1.'

11 + Observe thou that which I com- house of the LORD thy God. Thou cch. 23. 19. u ch. 3. 2.

Deut. 14. 21. x ch. 23. 32.

mand thee this day : behold, 'I drive shalt not seethe a kid in his mother's Deut. 7. 2. out before thee the Amorite, and the milk. Judg. 2. 2. ch. 23. 33.

| 27 And the LORD said unto Moses, Canaanite, and the Hittite, and the z ch. 23. 24.

Perizzite, and the Hivite, and the | Write thou d these words: for after | d ver. 10. Deut. 12. 3. Jebusite.

the tenor of these words I have made

Deut. 4. 19. Judg. 2. 2.

& 31. 9. a Deut. 7.5.

12 * Take heed to thyself, lest thou a covenant with thee and with Israel. & 12. 2. make a covenant with the inhabitants 28 e And he was there with the LORD e ch. 24. 18., Judg. 6. 25.

Deut. 9.9, 18. 2 Kings 18.4.

of the land whither thou goest, lest it forty days and forty nights; he did & 23. 14. be for Ya snare in the midst of thee: neither eat bread, nor drink water. 2 Chr. 31. 1. & 34. 3, 4."* | 13 But ye shall z destroy their altars, And he wrote upon the tables the + Heb. statues. break their timages, and a cut down words of the covenant, the ten t com- + Heb. words. their groves: mandments.

f ver. 1.

ch. 31. 18. & ch. 20.3, 5. | 14 For thou shalt worship b no other 29 | And it came to pass, when 32. 16. c So Is. 9.6. god : for the LORD, whose name is Moses came down from mount Sinai

Deut. 4. 13. & 1 & 57. 15.

10. 2, 4. d ch. 20. 5. Jealous, is a d jealous God.

with the stwo tables of testimony in sch. 32. 15. e ver. 12. | 15 e Lest thou make a covenant with Moses' hand, when he came down

Mic. 6. 11.

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Wisdom given to the workmen.


The curtains with cherubim.

2 ver. 21.

B. C. 1491. stirred them up in wisdom spun goats' | it withal. And they brought yet unto B. C. 1491. hair.

him free offerings every morning. x 1 Chr. 29. 6. 27 And the rulers brought onyx | 4 | And all the wise men, that Ezra 2. 68.

stones, and stones to be set, for the wrought all the work of the sanctu

ephod, and for the breastplate ; ary, came every man from his work y ch. 30. 3. 28 And y spice, and oil for the light, which they made;

and for the anointing oil, and for the 5 And they spake unto Moses, say-
sweet incense.

ing, « The people bring much more e 2
29 The children of Israel brought than enough for the service of the

a ? willing offering unto the LORD, work, which the LORD commanded 1 Chr. 29. 9.

every man and woman, whose heart to make.
made them willing to bring for all 6 And Moses gave commandment,
manner of work, which the LORD had and they caused it to be proclaimed
commanded to be made by the hand throughout the camp, saying, Let
of Moses.

neither man nor woman make any 30 | And Moses said unto the chil- | more work for the offering of the a ch. 31. 2, &c. dren of Israel, See, a the Lord hath sanctuary. So the people were re

called by name Bezaleel the son of strained from bringing.
Uri, the son of Hur, of the tribe of 7 For the stuff they had was suffi-

cient for all the work to make it, and
31 And he hath filled him with the too much.
spirit of God, in wisdom, in under 81 And every wise hearted man ich. 26. 1.
standing, and in knowledge, and in among them that wrought the work
all manner of workmanship;

of the tabernacle made ten curtains
32 And to devise curious works, to of fine twined linen, and blue, and
work in gold, and in silver, and in purple, and scarlet: with cherubim of

cunning work made he them.
33 And in the cutting of stones, to 9 The length of one curtain was
set them, and in carving of wood, to twenty and eight cubits, and the
make any manner of cunning work. breadth of one curtain four cubits :

34 And he hath put in his heart that the curtains were all of one size.
b ch. 31. 6. he may teach, both he, and b Aholiab, 10 And he coupled the five curtains

the son of Ahisamach, of the tribe of one unto another: and the other five

curtains he coupled one unto another.
c ver. 31. | 35 Them hath he "filled with wis- 11 And he made loops of blue on the
ch. 31. 3, 6.
ikings7. 14. | dom of heart, to work all manner edge of one curtain from the selvedge
2 Chr. 2. 14. 1 of work, of the engraver, and of the in the coupling : likewise he made in
Is. 28. 26.

cunning workman, and of the em- | the uttermost side of another curtain,
broiderer, in blue, and in purple, in in the coupling of the second.
scarlet, and in fine linen, and of the 12 8 Fifty loops made he in one cur- & ch. 26.5.
weaver, even of them that do any tain, and fifty loops made he in the
work, and of those that devise cun- edge of the curtain which was in the
ning work.

coupling of the second: the loops held

one curtain to another.

13 And he made fifty taches of gold,
The offerings are delivered to the workmen. 5 The
liberality of the people is restrained. 8 The cur-
tains with cherubim. 14 The curtains of goats'
hair. 19 The covering of skins. 20 The boards with
their sockets. 31 The bars. 35 The vail. 37 The
hanging for the door.

14 ThAnd he made curtains of goats' h ch. 26. 7. MHEN wrought Bezaleel and Aho- hair for the tent over the tabernacle : a ch. 28. 3. &

1 liab, and every awise hearted man, eleven curtains he made them. 31. 6. & 35. 10, in whom the Lord put wisdom and 15 The length of one curtain was

understanding to know how to work thirty cubits, and four cubits was the

all manner of work for the service of breadth of one curtain : the eleven b ch. 25. 8. j the b sanctuary, according to all that curtains were of one size. the LORD had commanded.

16 And he coupled five curtains by 2 And Moses called Bezaleel and themselves, and six curtains by themAholiab, and every wise hearted man, selves.

in whose heart the LORD had put 17 And he made fifty loops upon c ch. 35. 21, 26. wisdom, even every one whose heart the uttermost edge of the curtain in 1 Chr. 29.5.

stirred him up to come unto the work the coupling, and fifty loops made he
to do it:

upon the edge of the curtain which
3 And they received of Moses all coupleth the second.

the offering, which the children of 18 And he made fifty taches of brass 4 chi 35. 27.

Israel d had brought for the work of to couple the tent together, that it
the service of the sanctuary, to make might be one.

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The golden candlestick.


Altar of burnt offering.

B. C. 1491. rings, the places for the staves to bear CHAPTER XXXVIII. B. C. 1491. the table.

The altar of burnt offering. 8 The laver of brass. 9 15 And he made the staves of shittim The court. 21 The sum of what the people offered. wood, and overlaid them with gold, AND a he made the altar of burnt a ch. 27. 1. to bear the table.

A offering of shittim wood : five 16 And he made the vessels which cubits was the length thereof, and d ch. 25. 29. were upon the table, his a dishes, and five cubits the breadth thereof; it

his spoons, and his bowls, and his was foursquare; and three cubits the | Or, to pour covers Il to cover withal, of pure gold. height thereof. out withal.

17 | And he made the è candlestick 2 And he made the horns thereof e ch. 25. 31.

of pure gold : of beaten work made on the four corners of it; the horns
he the candlestick; his shaft, and his thereof were of the same: and he
branch, his bowls, his knops, and his overlaid it with brass.
flowers, were of the same:

| 3 And he made all the vessels of the
18 And six branches going out of altar, the pots, and the shovels, and
the sides thereof; three branches of the basins, and the fleshhooks, and
the candlestick out of the one side the firepans : all the vessels thereof
thereof, and three branches of the made he of brass.
candlestick out of the other side 4 And he made for the altar a brazen

grate of network, under the compass
19 Three bowls made after the fash- thereof, beneath unto the midst of it.
ion of almonds in one branch, a 5 And he cast four rings for the
knop and a flower; and three bowls four ends of the grate of brass, to be
made like almonds in another branch, places for the staves.
a knop and a flower: so throughout 6 And he made the staves of shittim
the six branches going out of the wood, and overlaid them with brass.

hy And he put the staves into the
20 And in the candlestick were four rings on the sides of the altar, to bear
bowls made like almonds, his knops, it withal; he made the altar hollow
and his flowers :

with boards. 21 And a knop under two branches 81 And he made b the laver of brass, 6 ch. 30. 18. of the same, and a knop under two and the foot of it of brass, of the branches of the same, and a knop I lookingglasses of the women tas- 11 Or, brazen under two branches of the same, ac- sembling, which assembled at the

† Heb. assencording to the six branches going out door of the tabernacle of the con

bling by of it. gregation.

1 Sam. 2. 22. 22 Their knops and their branches 9 TAnd he made ¢ the court: on the

c ch. 27. 9.
were of the same : all of it was one south side southward the hangings of
beaten work of pure gold.

the court were of fine twined linen, a
23 And he made his seven lamps, hundred cubits:
and his snuffers, and his snuffdishes, 10 Their pillars were twenty, and
of pure gold.

| their brazen sockets twenty; the
24 Of a talent of pure gold made hooks of the pillars and their fillets

he it, and all the vessels thereof. were of silver.
f ch. 30. 1. 25 And he made the incense altar 11 And for the north side the hang-

of shittim wood : the length of it was ings were a hundred cubits, their
a cubit, and the breadth of it a cubit; pillars were twenty, and their sockets
it was foursquare; and two cubits was of brass twenty; the hooks of the
the height of it; the horns thereof pillars and their fillets of silver.
were of the same.

12 And for the west side were hang-
26 And he overlaid it with pure ings of fifty cubits, their pillars ten,
gold, both the top of it, and the sides and their sockets ten; the hooks of
thereof round about, and the horns the pillars and their fillets of silver.
of it: also he made unto it a crown 13 And for the east side eastward
of gold round about.

fifty cubits.
27 And he made two rings of gold 14 The hangings of the one side of
for it under the crown thereof, by the the gate were fifteen cubits; their pil-
two corners of it, upon the two sides lars three, and their sockets three.
thereof, to be places for the staves to 15 And for the other side of the
bear it withal.

court gate, on this hand and that
28 And he made the staves of shittim hand, were hangings of fifteen cu-

wood, and overlaid them with gold. bits; their pillars three, and their 8 ch.30, 23, 34. 29 | And he made s the holy anoint- sockets three.

ing oil, and the pure incense of sweet 16 All the hangings of the court
spices, according to the work of the round about were of fine twined


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