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Exodus 35:25 And all the skilled women spun with their hands, and brought what they had spun, [in] blue and purple [and] scarlet [material] and [in] fine linen.

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Brief Summary: What should have been said and done upon Moses' coming down the first time from the mount, if the golden calf had not broken the measures and put all into disorder, now at last, when with great difficulty reconciliation was made, begins to be said and done; and that great affair of the setting up of God's worship is put into its former channel again, and goes on now without interruption. I. Moses gives Israel those instructions, received from God, which required immediate observance. 1. Concerning the sabbath (v. 1-3). Concerning the contribution that was to be made for the erecting of the tabernacle (v. 4-9). Concerning the framing of the tabernacle and the utensils of it (v. 10-19). II. The people bring in their contributions (v. 20-29). III. The head-workmen are nominated (v. 30, etc.).

The sabbath to be observed. (1-3)
The free gifts for the tabernacle. (4-19)
The readiness of the people in general. (20-29)
Bezaleel and Aholiab called to the work. (30-35)

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the wilderness
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The Exodus of the Hebrews

Mount Horeb

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Exodus Resources

Moses and the Exodus
The Giving of the Law
The Tabernacle
The Wilderness Wanderings