2 See, I have called by name, Bezaleel, son of Uri, son of Hur of the tribe of Judah; 3 and have filled him with the Spirit of God, in wisdom and in understanding, and in knowledge and in all manner of workmanship; 4 to devise skilful designs, to work in gold and in silver, and in bronze; 5 and in the cutting of stones for setting, and in the carving of wood,—to work in all manner of workmanship, 6 I myself, therefore, lo! I have given with him Oholiab, son of Ahisamach of the tribe of Dan, and in the heart of every one that is wise-hearted, have I put wisdom,—so shall they make all that I have commanded thee— 7 the tent of meeting, and the ark of the testimony; and the propitiatory which is thereupon, and all the utensils of the tent; 8 and the table, and its utensils, and the pure lampstand, and all its utensils,—and the incense altar; 9 and the altar for the ascending-sacrifice, and all its utensils, and the laver, and its stand; 10 and thee cloths of variegated stuff, and the holy garments, for Aaron the priest, and the garments of his sons, for ministering as priests; 11 and the anointing oil and the fragrant incense for the holy place, according to all which I have commanded thee, shall they do. 12 Then spake Yahweh unto Moses saying— 13 Thou thyself, therefore, speak unto the sons of Israel, saying, Surely, my sabbaths, shall ye keep, for, a sign it is betwixt me and you to your generations, that ye may know that I Yahweh do hallow you. 14 Therefore shall ye keep the sabbath, for holy, it is unto you, he that profaneth it shall be surely put to death; verily whosoever doeth therein any work that souls shall be cut off from the midst of its people:
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2 See, I have called by name, Bezaleel, son of Uri, son of Hur of the tribe of Judah; 3 and have filled him with the Spirit of God, in wisdom and in understanding, and in knowledge and in all manner of workmanship; 4 to devise skilful designs, to work in gold and in silver, and in bronze; 5 and in the cutting of stones for setting, and in the carving of wood,—to work in all manner of workmanship, 6 I myself, therefore, lo! I have given with him Oholiab, son of Ahisamach of the tribe of Dan, and in the heart of every one that is wise-hearted, have I put wisdom,—so shall they make all that I have commanded thee— 7 the tent of meeting, and the ark of the testimony; and the propitiatory which is thereupon, and all the utensils of the tent; 8 and the table, and its utensils, and the pure lampstand, and all its utensils,—and the incense altar; 9 and the altar for the ascending-sacrifice, and all its utensils, and the laver, and its stand;
6 But so it was, when they came in on the return of David from the smiting of the Philistine, that the women went forth out of all the cities of Israel, singing and dancing, to meet Saul the king,—with timbrels, with rejoicing, and with instruments of three strings.
13 And King Solomon sent and fetched Hiram, out of Tyre: 14 son of a widow woman, was he of the tribe of Naphtali, but, his father, was a man of Tyre, a worker in bronze, and he was filled with wisdom, and discernment, and knowledge, for executing all manner of work in bronze,—so he came unto King Solomon, and executed all his work. 15 And he cast two pillars of bronze,—eighteen cubits, the height of each pillar, and, a line of twelve cubits, would surround the second pillar. 16 And, two capitals, made he, to set upon the tops of the pillars, of molten bronze,—five cubits, was the height of the one capital, and, five cubits, the height of the other capital; 17 with a frame of checker work, wreaths of chain work, for the capitals which were upon the top of the pillars,—seven for the one capital, and seven for the other capital. 18 So he made the pillars,—and, two rows round about, upon the one frame of checker work, covering the capitals which were upon the top with pomegranates, thus also, did he for the other capital. 19 And, the capitals which were upon the top of the pillars, were of lily work, in span, four cubits. 20 And there were capitals upon the two pillars, above also, close by the belly, which was beside the checker work,—and there were two hundred pomegranates, in rows round about, upon either capital. 21 So he reared the pillars for the porch of the temple,—yea he reared the right pillar, and called the name thereof Jachin, and reared the left pillar, and called the name thereof, Boaz. 22 And, upon the top of the pillars, was lily work,—which gave finish to the work of the pillars. 23 And he made a molten sea,—ten cubits from the one brim to the other, it was round all about, and, five cubits, was the height thereof, and, a line of thirty cubits, would encompass it round about. 24 And, colocynths, were under the brim thereof round about, encompassing it, ten in a cubit, encircling the sea, round about,—two rows of colocynths, made in the casting thereof: 25 standing upon twelve oxen, three looking northward, and three looking westward, and three looking southward, and three looking eastward, the sea, being upon them above,—all their hinder parts, being, inward. 26 And, the thickness thereof, was a hand breadth, and, the brim thereof, was like the brim-work of a cup, of lily-blossoms,—two thousand baths, did it contain. 27 And he made ten stands of bronze,—four cubits, the length of each stand, and, four cubits, the breadth thereof, and, three cubits, the height thereof. 28 And, this, was the work of the stand, there were, side walls, to them,—and, the side-walls, were between joining ledges; 29 and, upon the side-walls which were between the ledges, were lions, oxen, and cherubim, and, upon the ledges, was a pedestal above, and, beneath the lions and oxen, a wreath of hanging work. 30 And, four wheels of bronze, had each stand, with axles of bronze, and, the four steps thereof, had shoulder pieces,—under the laver, were the molten shoulder-pieces, over against each wreath. 31 And, the mouth thereof, within the capital and upwards, was a cubit, and, the mouth thereof, was round, of pedestal work, a cubit and a half,—moreover also, upon the mouth thereof, were gravings, with their side-walls four-square, not round. 32 And, four wheels, were beneath the side-walls, the axletrees of the wheels, being in the stands,—and, the height of each wheel, was a cubit and a half: 33 and, the work of the wheels, was like the work of a chariot-wheel; and, their axletrees, and their felloes, and their spokes, and their naves, the whole, were molten. 34 And there were, four shoulder-pieces, at the four corners of each stand, of the stand itself, were the shoulder-pieces thereof. 35 And, in the top of the stand, half a cubit in height, was a circular piece round about,—and, on the top of the stand, the tenons thereof, and, the side-walls thereof, were of the same. 36 Then carved he, upon the plates of the tenons thereof, and upon the side-walls thereof, cherubim, lions, and palm-trees,—according to the open space of each with a wreath round about. 37 Thus, made he the ten stands,—one mould, one measure, one shape, had they, all. 38 Then made he ten lavers of bronze,—forty baths, would each laver contain, four cubits, was each laver, one laver, was on each of, the ten stands. 39 And he set the stands, five on the right side of the house, and five on the left side of the house,—but, the sea, he set on the right side of the house eastward, over against the south. 40 And Hiram made lavers, and shovels, and bowls,—and Hiram ended the doing of all the work which he wrought for King Solomon, for the house of Yahweh: 41 two pillars,—and the bowls of the capitals which were upon the top of the two pillars,—and the two frames of checker-work, covering the two bowls of the capitals, which were upon the top of the pillars; 42 and the four hundred pomegranates, for the two frames of checker-work,—two rows of pomegranates to each frame, for covering the two bowls of the capitals, which were on the face of the pillars; 43 and the ten stands,—with the ten lavers upon the stands; 44 and the one sea,—with the twelve oxen under the sea; 45 and the pans, and the shovels, and the tossing bowls, and, all these vessels which Hiram made King Solomon, for the house of Yahweh, were of burnished bronze. 46 In the circuit of the Jordan, did the king cast them, in the clay ground,—between Succoth and Zarethan. 47 And Solomon let all the vessels be, because of their exceeding great multitude,—the weight of the bronze was not found out. 48 And Solomon made all the vessels that were in the house of Yahweh,—the altar of gold, and the table of gold, whereon was the presence-bread; 49 and the lamp-holders—five on the right and five on the left, before the shrine, of pure gold,—with the blossoms, and the lamps, and the tongs, of gold; 50 and the bowls, and the snuffers, and the tossing bowls, and the spoons, and the censers, of pure gold,—and the hinge-holes, for the doors of the inner house, the holy of holies, and for the doors of the house itself, the temple, of, gold. 51 So was completed all the work which King Solomon made for the house of Yahweh, and Solomon brought in the hallowed things of David his father—the silver, and the gold, and the vessels, did he put in the treasuries of the house of Yahweh.
6 Now, having gifts of favour, according to the favour given unto us, differing—whether prophesying, [let us use it] according to the proportion of our faith,
8 For the rest, brethren, whatsoever things are true, whatsoever things are dignified, whatsoever things are righteous, whatsoever things are chaste, whatsoever things are lovely, whatsoever things are of good report,—if there be any virtue, and if any praise, the same, be taking into account;
6 For which cause, I put thee in remembrance, to be stirring up God’s gift of favour, which is in thee through means of the laying on of my hands;
10 His, in fact we are—his workmanship, created in Christ Jesus upon a footing of good works, which God prepared beforehand, that, therein, we might walk.
3 Thou thyself, therefore, shalt speak unto all the wise-hearted, whom I have filled with the spirit of wisdom,—and they shall make Aaron’s garments, to hallow him for ministering as priest unto me.
16 And David spake to the chiefs of the Levites, to station their brethren the singers, with instruments of song, harps and lyres, and cymbals,—sounding aloud at the lifting up of the voice, for joy.
14 son of a woman of the daughters of Dan, whose father was a man of Tyre, skilled to work in gold and in silver, in bronze, in iron, in stones and in timber, in purple, in blue and in fine white linen, and in crimson, and to grave any manner of graving, and to devise any manner of device that may be given to him, with thy wise men, and the wise men of my lord David thy father.
11 Everything, hath he made beautiful in its own time,—also, intelligence, hath he put in their heart, without which men could not find out the work which God hath wrought, from the beginning even unto the end.
25 And, all the women who were wise-hearted, with their hands, did spin,—and brought in that which they had spun—the blue, and the purple, the crimson, and the fine linen.
30 And Moses said unto the sons of Israel—See! Yahweh hath called by name,—Bezaleel son of Uri, son of Hur, of the tribe of Judah; 31 and filled him with the spirit of God,—in, wisdom in understanding and in knowledge, and in all manner of execution; 32 to devise skilful designs,—to work in gold and in silver and in bronze; 33 and in the cutting of stones for setting, and in the cutting of wood,—to work in any manner of skilful workmanship, 34 To teach also, hath be put in his heart, [the heart of] him, and of Oholiab—son of Ahisamach, of the tribe of Dan; 35 hath filled them with wisdom of heart to work all manner of workmanship of cutter, and deviser and embroiderer, in blue and in purple, in crimson and in fine linen and of the weaver,—workers of any manner of workmanship, and devisers of skilful designs.
35 hath filled them with wisdom of heart to work all manner of workmanship of cutter, and deviser and embroiderer, in blue and in purple, in crimson and in fine linen and of the weaver,—workers of any manner of workmanship, and devisers of skilful designs.
8 But, now, O Yahweh, our father, thou art,—We are the clay, and, thou, art our potter, Yea the work of thy hand, are we all: