Exodus 38:21

Overview - Exodus 38
The altar of burnt offering.
The laver of brass.
The court, and its hangings.
21 The sum of what the people offered, and the use to which it was applied.
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Exodus 38:21  (King James Version)
This is the sum of the tabernacle, even of the tabernacle of testimony, as it was counted, according to the commandment of Moses, for the service of the Levites, by the hand of Ithamar, son to Aaron the priest.

tabernacle of testimony
25:16 26:33 40:3 Numbers 1:50 Numbers 1:53 ; 9:15 10:11 Numbers 17:7 Numbers 17:8 18:2 2 Chronicles 24:6
Acts 7:44 ; Revelation 11:19
The word tabernacle is used in many different senses, and signifies, I. A tent or pavilion,
Numbers 24:5 ; Matthew 17:4
II. A house or dwelling,
Job 11:4 ; 22:23
III. A kind of tent, which is designated, to speak after the manner of the men, the palace of the Most High, the dwelling of the God of Israel,
26:1 Hebrews 9:2 Hebrews 9:3
IV. Christ's human nature, of which the Jewish tabernacle was a type, wherein God dwells really, substantially, and personally,
Hebrews 8:2 ; 9:11
V. The true church militant,
Psalms 15:1
VI. Our natural body, in which the soul lodges as in a tabernacle,
2 Corinthians 5:1 ; 2 Peter 1:13
VII. The token of God's gracious presence,
Revelation 21:3

by the hand
Numbers 4:28-33 ; Ezra 8:26-30

6:23 1 Chronicles 6:3