Moses called together the whole community of the people of Israel and said to them, "This is what the Lord has commanded you to do:
You have six days in which to do your work, but the seventh day is to be sacred, a solemn day of rest dedicated to me, the Lord. Anyone who does any work on that day is to be put to death. 13
Do not even light a fire in your homes on the Sabbath."
Moses said to all the people of Israel, "This is what the Lord has commanded:
Make an offering to the Lord. Everyone who wishes to do so is to bring an offering of gold, silver, or bronze;
fine linen; blue, purple, and red wool; cloth made of goats' hair;
rams' skin dyed red; fine leather; acacia wood;
oil for the lamps; spices for the anointing oil and for the sweet-smelling incense;
carnelians and other jewels to be set in the High Priest's ephod and in his breastpiece.
"All the skilled workers among you are to come and make everything that the Lord commanded:
the Tent, its covering and its outer covering, its hooks and its frames, its crossbars, its posts, and its bases;
the Covenant Box, its poles, its lid, and the curtain to screen it off;
the table, its poles, and all its equipment; the bread offered to God;
the lampstand for the light and its equipment; the lamps with their oil;
the altar for burning incense and its poles; the anointing oil; the sweet-smelling incense; the curtain for the entrance of the Tent;
the altar on which to burn offerings, with its bronze grating attached, its poles, and all its equipment; the washbasin and its base;
the curtains for the enclosure, its posts and bases; the curtain for the entrance of the enclosure;
the Tent pegs and ropes for the Tent and the enclosure;
and the magnificent garments the priests are to wear when they serve in the Holy Place - the sacred clothes for Aaron the priest and for his sons."