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Old Testament / Exodus / Chapter 25

01 This is what the LORD then said to Moses:
02 "Tell the Israelites to take up a collection for me. From every man you shall accept the contribution that his heart prompts him to give me.
03 These are the contributions you shall accept from them: gold, silver and bronze;
04 violet, purple and scarlet yarn; fine linen and goat hair;
05 oil for the light; spices for the anointing oil and for the fragrant incense;
06 rams' skins dyed red, and tahash skins; acacia wood;
07 onyx stones and other gems for mounting on the ephod and the breastpiece.
08 "They shall make a sanctuary for me, that I may dwell in their midst.
09 This Dwelling and all its furnishings you shall make exactly according to the pattern that I will now show you.
10 "You shall make an ark of acacia wood, two and a half cubits long, one and a half cubits wide, and one and a half cubits high.
11 Plate it inside and outside with pure gold, and put a molding of gold around the top of it.
12 Cast four gold rings and fasten them on the four supports of the ark, two rings on one side and two on the opposite side.
13 Then make poles of acacia wood and plate them with gold.
14 These poles you are to put through the rings on the sides of the ark, for carrying it;
15 they must remain in the rings of the ark and never be withdrawn.
16 In the ark you are to put the commandments which I will give you.
17 "You shall then make a propitiatory of pure gold, two cubits and a half long, and one and a half cubits wide.
18 Make two cherubim of beaten gold for the two ends of the propitiatory,
19 fastening them so that one cherub springs direct from each end.
20 The cherubim shall have their wings spread out above, covering the propitiatory with them; they shall be turned toward each other, but with their faces looking toward the propitiatory.
  


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