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2 Mosebok 37

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1 Og Besalel gjorde arken av akasietre, halvtredje alen lang og halvannen alen bred og halvannen alen høi.

2 Han klædde den med rent gull, både innvendig og utvendig, og han gjorde en gullkrans på den rundt omkring.

3 Han støpte fire gullringer som han festet i de fire føtter på arken, to ringer på den ene side og to på den andre.

4 Så gjorde han stenger av akasietre og klædde dem med gull,

5 og han stakk stengene inn i ringene på sidene av arken, så arken kunde bæres.

6 Så gjorde han en nådestol av rent gull, halvtredje alen lang og halvannen alen bred.

7 Og han gjorde to kjeruber av gull; i drevet arbeid gjorde han dem og satte dem ved begge endene av nådestolen,

8 en kjerub ved den ene ende og en kjerub ved den andre ende; i ett med nådestolen gjorde han kjerubene, én på hver ende av den.

9 Kjerubene holdt vingene utbredt og opløftet, så de dekket over nådestolen med sine vinger, og deres ansikter vendte mot hverandre; mot nådestolen vendte Kjerubene sitt ansikt.

10 Så gjorde han bordet av akasietre, to alen langt og én alen bredt og halvannen alen høit.

11 Han klædde det med rent gull og gjorde en gullkrans på det rundt omkring.

12 Og han gjorde en list på det av en hånds bredde rundt omkring, og rundt om listen gjorde han en gullkrans.

13 Så støpte han fire gullringer til det og satte ringene i de fire hjørner på de fire føtter.

14 Like ved listen satt ringene til å stikke stengene i, så bordet kunde bæres.

15 Stengene gjorde han av akasietre og klædde dem med gull; på dem skulde bordet bæres.

16 Så gjorde han karene som skulde stå på bordet, av rent gull, fatene og skålene som hørte til bordet, og begerne og kannene som det skulde ofres drikkoffer med.

17 Så gjorde han lysestaken av rent gull; i drevet arbeid gjorde han den; både foten på den og stangen, begerne og knoppene og blomstene var i ett med den.

18 Seks armer gikk ut fra dens sider, tre armer fra den ene side og tre fra den andre.

19 Det var tre mandelformede beger på den første arm med knopp og blomst, og tre mandelformede beger på den annen arm med knopp og blomst; således var det på alle de seks armer som gikk ut fra lysestaken.

20 På selve lysestaken var det fire mandelformede beger med knopper og blomster,

21 én knopp under de to første armer i ett med den, og én knopp under de to næste armer i ett med den, og én knopp under de to øverste armer i ett med den - én knopp under hvert par av de seks armer som gikk ut fra lysestaken.

22 Både knoppene og armene var i ett med den; alt sammen var ett drevet arbeid av rent gull.

23 Så gjorde han syv lamper til lysestaken og lysesakser og brikker til den av rent gull.

24 Én talent rent gull brukte han til lysestaken og alle redskaper som hørte til den.

25 Så gjorde han røkoffer-alteret av akasietre, en alen langt og en alen bredt, firkantet, og to alen høit; hornene på alteret var i ett med det.

26 Han klædde det med rent gull, både ovenpå og på sidene rundt omkring og på hornene; og han gjorde en gullkrans på det rundt omkring.

27 Og han gjorde to gullringer til det og satte dem nedenfor kransen, på begge sider av det, to på hver side; de skulde være til å stikke stenger i, så alteret kunde bæres på dem.

28 Stengene gjorde han av akasietre og klædde dem med gull.

29 Så laget han den hellige salvings-olje og den rene røkelse av velluktende krydderier, slik som det gjøres av dem som lager salver.

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Arcana Coelestia # 10767

Arcana Coelestia (Elliott translation)      

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10767. Exodus 37

1. And Bezalel made the ark of shittim wood; two cubits and a half was its length, and a cubit and a half its breadth, and a cubit and a half its height.

2. And he overlaid it with pure gold on the inside and on the outside, and made for it a rim of gold round about.

3. And he cast four rings of gold for it on its four corners; and two rings were on one rib 1 of it and two rings on the other rib 1 of it.

4. And he made poles from shittim wood, and overlaid them with gold.

5. And he put the poles into the rings on the ribs 2 of the ark, to carry the ark.

6. And he made the mercy-seat from pure gold; two cubits and a half was its length, and a cubit and a half its breadth.

7. And he made the two cherubs from gold; solid he made them 3 at the two ends of the mercy-seat.

8. One cherub was at the end on one side, and one cherub was at the end on the other side; of one piece with the mercy-seat he made the cherubs 4 at its two ends.

9. And the cherubs were spreading out their wings upwards, providing protection over the mercy-seat with their wings, and their faces of a man towards his brother 5 ; the faces of the cherubs were towards the mercy-seat.

10. And he made the table from shittim wood; two cubits was its length, and a cubit its breadth, and a cubit and a half its height.

11. And he overlaid it with pure gold; and he made for it a rim of gold round about.

12. And he made for it a rail of a hand's breadth round about; and he made a rim of gold for its rail round about.

13. And he cast for it four rings of gold, and he put the rings on the four corners which were on its four feet.

14. The rings were close to the rail, as receptacles for the poles to carry the table.

15. And he made the poles from shittim wood, and overlaid them with gold, to carry the table.

16. And he made the vessels which went on the table - its dishes, and its cups, and its small dishes, and its small brushes, with which it was to be covered - from pure gold.

17. And he made the lampstand from pure gold; solid made he the lampstand 6 . Its leg 7 and its branch, its cups, its pomegranates, and its flowers were of one piece with it 8 .

18. And there were six branches going out of its sides, three branches of the lampstand out of one side of it, and three branches of the lampstand out of the other side of it.

19. There were three almond-shaped cups on one branch, a pomegranate and a flower, and three almond-shaped cups going out of one branch 9 , a pomegranate and a flower - thus for the six branches going out of the lampstand.

20. And on [the leg 7 of] the lampstand there were four almond-shaped cups, its pomegranates and its flowers.

21. And there was a pomegranate under [the first] two branches out of it, and a pomegranate under [the second] two branches out of it, and a pomegranate under [the third] two branches out of it - for the six branches going out of it.

22. Their pomegranates and their branches were of one piece with it 8 ; the whole of it was one solid [piece made] from pure gold.

23. And he made its seven lamps, and its tongs and its trowels 10 , from pure gold.

24. With a talent of pure gold he made it, and all its vessels.

25. And he made the altar of incense from shittim wood. A cubit was its length, and a cubit its breadth; it was square. And two cubits was its height. Its horns were of one piece with it 8 .

26. And he overlaid it with pure gold, its roof 11 , and its walls 12 round about, and its horns; and he made for it a rim of gold round about.

27. And two rings of gold he made for it under its rim on its two ribs, on its two sides, to serve as receptacles for the poles, to carry it on them.

28. And he made the poles from shittim wood, and overlaid them with gold.

29. And he made the holy anointing oil 13 , and the pure incense of spices with the work of a perfumer.

CONTENTS

Since the subject in this chapter is the ark, the lampstand, and the altar of incense, and the description of them here is similar to that which has appeared before in Chapter Exodus 25 [and Chapter Exodus 30], where an explanation of the internal sense of every detail was given, these things are passed over here without any further explanation.

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Footnotes:

1. i.e. side, see 10189.

2. i.e. sides, see 10189.

3. i.e. the cherubs consisted throughout solely of gold

4. literally, from (or out of) the mercy-seat he made the cherubs

5. i.e. and they were facing each other

6. i.e. the lampstand consisted throughout solely of pure gold

7. i.e. shaft

8. literally, were from (or out of) it

9. i.e. the opposite branch

10. i.e. tools to trim the wicks and to scoop out waste products

11. i.e. its top

12. i.e. its sides

13. literally, the holy oil of anointing

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(Odkazy: Exodus 37:1)

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