"Now Bezalel and Oholiab, and everyaskillfulperson in whom the LORD has putbskill and understanding to know how to performall the workcin the construction of the sanctuary, shall perform in accordance with all that the LORD has commanded."
Then MosescalledBezalel and Oholiab and everydskillfulperson in ewhom the LORD had putfskill, 1everyonewhoseheartstirred him, to come to the work to perform it.
They received from Mosesall the gcontributionswhich the sons of Israel had broughthto perform the workiin the construction of the sanctuary. And they still continued bringing to him freewillofferingseverymorning.
And all the jskillfulmen who were performingall the work of the sanctuarycame, each from kthe workwhichlhe was performing,
and they said to mMoses, "2The people are bringingmuchmorethanenough for the nconstructionworkwhich the LORDcommanded us to operform."
So Mosesissued a command, and a pproclamation was circulated throughout the camp, saying, "Let nomanorwomananylongerperformwork for the qcontributions of the sanctuary." Thus the people were restrained from bringing any more.
73For the rmaterial they had was sufficient and morethanenough for all the work, to perform it.
84All the sskillfulmen among those who were performing the workmade the ttabernacle with tencurtains; of finetwistedlinen and ublue and purple and scarlet material, with cherubim, the work of a skillfulworkman, vBezalel made them.
The length of eachcurtain was twenty-eightwcubits and the width of eachcurtainfourxcubits; all the curtains had ythe samemeasurements.
He zjoinedfivecurtains to oneanother and the other fivecurtains he aajoined to oneanother.
He madeloops of bbblue on the edge of the ccoutermostcurtain in the firstddset; he didlikewise on the edge of the curtain that was eeoutermost in the secondffset.
He made5fiftyloops in the onecurtain and he madefiftyloops on the ggedge of the curtain that was in the secondhhset; the loops were oppositeeachother.
He made6fiftyclasps of gold and iijoined the curtains to oneanother with the clasps, so the tabernacle was jja unit.
Then 7he madecurtains of goats' hair for a tentover the tabernacle; he madeelevencurtainskkin all.
The length of eachcurtain was thirtycubits and fourcubits the width of eachcurtain; the elevencurtains had llthe samemeasurements.
He mmjoinedfivecurtains by themselves and the other sixcurtains by themselves.
Moreover, he madefiftyloops on the edge of the curtain that was outermost in the first nnset, and he madefiftyloops on the edge of the curtain that was outermost in the secondooset.
He madefiftyclasps of ppbronze to qqjoin the tenttogether so that it would be rra unit.
He made a covering for the tent of rams'skinsssdyedred, and a covering of porpoiseskinsabove .
208Then he made the boards for the tabernacle of acaciawood, standingupright.
21Tencubits was the length of tteach board and one and a halfcubits the width of eachboard.
There were twotenons for eachboard, uufitted to oneanother; thus he did for all the boards of the tabernacle.
He made the boards for the tabernacle: twentyboardsvvfor the southside;
and he madefortywwsockets of silverunder the twentyboards; twoxxsocketsunderoneboard for its twotenons and twoyysocketsunderanotherboard for its twotenons.
Then for the secondside of the tabernacle, on the northside, he madetwentyboards,
and their fortyzzsockets of silver; two52socketsunderoneboard and two53socketsunderanotherboard.
For the 54rear of the tabernacle, to the west, he madesixboards.
He madetwoboards for the corners of the 55tabernacle at the 56rear.
They were doublebeneath, and together they were complete to its 57top58to the firstring; thus he did with both of them for the twocorners.
There were eightboards with their 59sockets of silver, sixteen60sockets, 61twoundereveryboard.
Then he made9bars of acaciawood, five for the boards of oneside of the tabernacle,
and fivebars for the boards of the 62otherside of the tabernacle, and fivebars for the boards of the tabernacle for the 63rear side to the west.
He made the middlebar to passthrough in the 64center of the boards from end to end.
He overlaid the boards with gold and made their rings of gold as holders for the bars, and overlaid the bars with gold.
3510Moreover, he made the veil of 65blue and purple and scarlet material, and finetwistedlinen; he made it with cherubim, the work of a skillfulworkman.
He madefourpillars of acacia for it, and overlaid them with gold, with their hooks of gold; and he castfour66sockets of silver for them.
He made a 11screen for the doorway of the tent, of 67blue and purple and scarlet material, and finetwistedlinen, the work of a 68weaver;
and he made its 12fivepillars with their hooks, and he overlaid their tops and their 69bands with gold; but their five70sockets were of 71bronze.