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  • The lampstand was made of pure beaten gold--its shaft and branches as well as its cups and knobs and petals springing directly from it. (Exodus 37, 17)

  • The knobs and branches sprang so directly from it that the whole formed but a single piece of pure beaten gold. (Exodus 37, 22)

  • Its seven lamps, as well as its trimming shears and trays, were made of pure gold. (Exodus 37, 23)

  • A talent of pure gold was used for the lampstand and its various appurtenances. (Exodus 37, 24)

  • Its grate on top, its walls on all four sides, and its horns were plated with pure gold; and a molding of gold was put around it. (Exodus 37, 26)

  • Underneath the molding gold rings were placed, two on one side and two on the opposite side, as holders for the poles to carry it. (Exodus 37, 27)

  • The poles, too, were made of acacia wood and plated with gold. (Exodus 37, 28)

  • All the gold used in the entire construction of the sanctuary, having previously been given as an offering, amounted to twenty-nine talents and seven hundred and thirty shekels, according to the standard of the sanctuary shekel. (Exodus 38, 24)

  • The ephod was woven of gold thread and of violet, purple and scarlet yarn and of fine linen twined. (Exodus 39, 2)

  • Gold was first hammered into gold leaf and then cut up into threads, which were woven with the violet, purple and scarlet yarn into an embroidered pattern on the fine linen. (Exodus 39, 3)

  • The embroidered belt on the ephod extended out from it, and like it, was made of gold thread, of violet, purple and scarlet yarn, and of fine linen twined, as the LORD had commanded Moses. (Exodus 39, 5)

  • The onyx stones were prepared and mounted in gold filigree work; they were engraved like seal engravings with the names of the sons of Israel. (Exodus 39, 6)

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