Saturday, June 23, 2012

Exodus Bible Study Notes Chapter 38

6/23/2012
Exodus 38

-The work is now completed on the tabernacle by the hands of Bezalel, Oholiab, and the rest of the skilled workman that gave their talents and abilities and treasures for the commanded project. A detailed account is given as to the dimensions and details of the diverse aspects of the tabernacle and it courts. This chapter focuses on the altar of burnt offering made of acacia wood and overlaid with bronze along with all its needed utensils and d├ęcor. The court was also detailed with its pillars, curtains, sockets, and screens. There were exact numbers for all the supplies in gold, silver, and bronze. A number of those men who passed over were also given twenty years old and upward. 603,550 men give us the enormity of the camp group Moses had direction over. *Application* The sense of accomplishment in a completed task that God has assigned is phenomenal. I’m sure these men were overjoyed at the success of this project as everyone pitched in and gave what they could to complete the project. Whatever projects or visions you have before you, keep in mind the end goal and work hard to accomplish the things God has set before you to complete. He has no pleasure in those who do not follow through and finish the work (Hebrews 12:1-2). Be a finisher!

Verse to Memorize: Exodus 38:21

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