Exodus 26:36

Overview - Exodus 26
The ten curtains of the tabernacle.
The eleven curtains of goats' hair, and the covering of rams' and badgers' skins.
15 The boards of the tabernacle, with their sockets and bars.
31 The vail for the ark.
36 The hanging for the door.
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Exodus 26:36  (King James Version)
And thou shalt make an hanging for the door of the tent, of blue, and purple, and scarlet, and fine twined linen, wrought with needlework.

This may be termed the first vail, as it occupied the door or entrance to the tabernacle; the vail that separated the Holy of Holies is called the second vail, Hebrews 9:3
Mr. Morier, (Second Journey Through Persia, p. 251,) describing the tent
of a chief of the Eelauts, says, "It was composed of a wooden frame of circular laths, which were fixed on the ground, and then covered over with large felts, that were fastened down by a cord, ornamented by tassels of various colours. A curtain, curiously worked by the women, with coarse needle-work of various colours, was suspended over the door. In the king of Persia's tents, magnificent {perdahs,} or hangings of needle-work, are suspended, as well as on the doors of the great mosques in Turkey; and these circumstances combined, will, perhaps, illustrate Exodus 26:36 ." 36:37 40:28 John 10:9 ; 14:6

the tent
35:11 39:33 40:29 Numbers 3:25 ; 9:15 2 Samuel 7:6 ; Psalms 78:60

of blue