In Exodus 25 God gave the Israelites very specific instructions on how to build an ark, table, and lampstand. A very boring chapter, but we did learn the unit of measurement in biblical times was the cubit, so reading Exodus 25 wasn’t a total loss, right? 🙂 I wish I could tell you that Exodus 26 is more interesting, but that would be a big lie! However, let’s see if we can pull anything from it.
“Make curtains of goat hair for the tent over the tabernacle—eleven altogether.” – Exodus 26:7
Everyone needs curtains made of goat hair, right? No?
“The curtain will separate the Holy Place from the Most Holy Place.” – Exodus 26:33
I learned something new. There are places more holy than the Holy Place. What is needed to turn a Holy Place into a Most Holy Place?
I will end there. Unless you’re an architect interesting in building a biblical tabernacle. If this is you, go ahead and read Exodus 26, but I’m not going to bore you any further.
Coming Soon: Exodus – Chapter 27: The Altar of Burnt Offering