Compare Translations for Exodus 37:28

Exodus 37:28 ASV
And he made the staves of acacia wood, and overlaid them with gold.
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Exodus 37:28 BBE
The rods he made of the same hard wood, plating them with gold.
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Exodus 37:28 CEB
He made the poles of acacia wood, and he covered them with gold.
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Exodus 37:28 CJB
He made the poles of acacia-wood and overlaid them with gold.
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Exodus 37:28 RHE
And the bars themselves he made also of setim wood, and overlaid them with plates of gold.
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Exodus 37:28 ESV
And he made the poles of acacia wood and overlaid them with gold.
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Exodus 37:28 GW
He made the poles out of acacia wood and covered them with gold.
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Exodus 37:28 GNT
He made the poles of acacia wood and covered them with gold.
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Exodus 37:28 HNV
He made the poles of shittim wood, and overlaid them with gold.
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Exodus 37:28 CSB
He made the poles of acacia wood and overlaid them with gold.
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Exodus 37:28 KJV
And he made the staves of shittim wood, and overlaid them with gold.
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Exodus 37:28 LEB
And he made the poles of acacia wood, and he overlaid them with gold.
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Exodus 37:28 NAS
He made the poles of acacia wood and overlaid them with gold.
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Exodus 37:28 NCV
He made the poles of acacia wood and covered them with gold.
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Exodus 37:28 NIRV
The workers made the poles out of acacia wood. They covered them with gold.
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Exodus 37:28 NIV
They made the poles of acacia wood and overlaid them with gold.
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Exodus 37:28 NKJV
And he made the poles of acacia wood, and overlaid them with gold.
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Exodus 37:28 NLT
The carrying poles were made of acacia wood and were overlaid with gold.
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Exodus 37:28 NRS
And he made the poles of acacia wood, and overlaid them with gold.
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Exodus 37:28 RSV
And he made the poles of acacia wood, and overlaid them with gold.
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Exodus 37:28 DBY
And he made the staves of acacia-wood, and overlaid them with gold.
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Exodus 37:28 MSG
He made the poles of acacia wood and covered them with a veneer of gold.
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Exodus 37:28 WBT
And he made the staffs [of] shittim wood, and overlaid them with gold.
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Exodus 37:28 TMB
And he made the staves of shittim wood and overlaid them with gold.
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Exodus 37:28 TNIV
They made the poles of acacia wood and overlaid them with gold.
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Exodus 37:28 TYN
and made staues of sethim wodd, ad ouerlayde them with golde.
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Exodus 37:28 WEB
He made the poles of acacia wood, and overlaid them with gold.
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Exodus 37:28 WYC
Forsooth he made those bars (out) of the wood of shittim, and covered them with golden plates.
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Exodus 37:28 YLT
And he maketh the staves of shittim wood, and overlayeth them with gold;
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Exodus 37 Commentary - Matthew Henry Commentary on the Whole Bible (Concise)

Chapter 37

The making of the ark, and the furniture of the tabernacle.

- In the furniture of the tabernacle were emblems of a spiritual and acceptable service. The incense represented the prayers of the saints. The sacrifice of the alter represented the Lamb of God that taketh away the sins of the world. The golden pot with manna, or bread from heaven, the flesh of Jesus Christ, which he gave for the life of the world. The candlestick, with its lights, the teaching and enlightening of the Holy Spirit. The shew-bread represented that provision for those who hunger and thirst after righteousness, which the gospel, the ordinances and the sacraments of the house of prayer, abundantly bestow. The exactness of the workmen to their rule, should be followed by us; seeking for the influences of the Holy Spirit, that we may rejoice in and glorify God while in this world, and at length be with him for ever.

Exodus 37 Commentary - Commentary Critical and Explanatory on the Whole Bible

CHAPTER 37

Exodus 37:1-29 . FURNITURE OF THE TABERNACLE.

1. Bezaleel made the ark--The description here given of the things within the sacred edifice is almost word for word the same as that contained in Exodus 25:1-40 . It is not on that account to be regarded as a useless repetition of minute particulars; for by the enumeration of these details, it can be seen how exactly everything was fashioned according to the "pattern shown on the mount" [ Exodus 25:40 ]; and the knowledge of this exact correspondence between the prescription and the execution was essential to the purposes of the fabric.

6-10. made the mercy seat of pure gold--To construct a figure, whether the body of a beast or a man, with two extended wings, measuring from two to three feet from tip to tip, with the hammer, out of a solid piece of gold, was what few, if any, artisans of the present day could accomplish.

17-22. he made the candlestick of pure gold--Practical readers will be apt to say, "Why do such works with the hammer, when they could have been cast so much easier--a process they were well acquainted with?" The only answer that can be given is, that it was done according to order. We have no doubt but there were reasons for so distinctive an order, something significant, which has not been revealed to us [NAPIER]. The whole of that sacred building was arranged with a view to inculcate through every part of its apparatus the great fundamental principles of revelation. Every object was symbolical of important truth--every piece of furniture was made the hieroglyphic of a doctrine or a duty--on the floor and along the sides of that movable edifice was exhibited, by emblematic signs addressed to the eye, the whole remedial scheme of the gospel. How far this spiritual instruction was received by every successive generation of the Israelites, it may not be easy to determine. But the tabernacle, like the law of which it was a part, was a schoolmaster to Christ [ Galatians 3:24 Galatians 3:25 ]. Just as the walls of schools are seen studded with pictorial figures, by which the children, in a manner level to their capacities and suited to arrest their volatile minds, are kept in constant and familiar remembrance of the lessons of piety and virtue, so the tabernacle was intended by its furniture and all its arrangements to serve as a "shadow of good things to come" [ Hebrews 10:1 ]. In this view, the minute description given in this chapter respecting the ark and mercy seat, the table of showbread, the candlestick, the altar of incense, and the holy oil, were of the greatest utility and importance; and though there are a few things that are merely ornamental appendages, such as the knops and the flowers, yet, in introducing these into the tabernacle, God displayed the same wisdom and goodness as He has done by introducing real flowers into the kingdom of nature to engage and gratify the eye of man.