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any kind of land animal, any bird that flies in the sky,
anything that crawls 1 on the ground, or any fish in the deep waters of the earth. 2
According to all that I am showing you 1 – the pattern of the tabernacle 2 and the pattern of all its furnishings – you 3 must make it exactly so. 4
Now be sure to make 1 them according to the pattern you were shown 2 on the mountain. 3
They traded their majestic God 1 for the image of an ox that eats grass.
(The cherubim appeared to have the form 1 of human hands under their wings.)
I say this 1 so you will not corrupt yourselves by making an image in the form of any kind of figure. This includes the likeness of a human male or female,
David said, 1 “All of this I put in writing as the Lord directed me and gave me insight regarding the details of the blueprints.” 2
Then 1 our sons will be like plants, that quickly grow to full size. 2 Our daughters will be like corner pillars, 3 carved like those in a palace. 4
David gave to his son Solomon the blueprints for the temple porch, 1 its buildings, its treasuries, 2 its upper areas, its inner rooms, and the room 3 for atonement.
He gave him 1 the blueprints of all he envisioned 2 for the courts of the Lord’s temple, all the surrounding rooms, the storehouses of God’s temple, and the storehouses for the holy items.
and for the refined gold of the incense altar. He gave him 1 the blueprint for the seat 2 of the gold cherubim that spread their wings 3 and provide shelter for the ark of the Lord’s covenant.
A carpenter takes measurements; 1 he marks out an outline of its form; 2 he scrapes 3 it with chisels, and marks it with a compass. He patterns it after the human form, 4 like a well-built human being, and puts it in a shrine. 5
So I went in and looked. I noticed every figure 1 of creeping thing and beast – detestable images 2 – and every idol of the house of Israel, engraved on the wall all around. 3
We said, ‘If in the future they say such a thing 1 to us or to our descendants, we will reply, “See the model of the Lord’s altar that our ancestors 2 made, not for burnt offerings or sacrifices, but as a reminder to us and you.”’ 3
When King Ahaz went to meet with King Tiglath-pileser of Assyria in Damascus, he saw the altar there. 1 King Ahaz sent to Uriah the priest a drawing of the altar and a blueprint for its design. 2
He stretched out the form 1 of a hand and grabbed me by a lock of hair on my head. Then a wind 2 lifted me up between the earth and sky and brought me to Jerusalem 3 by means of divine visions, to the door of the inner gate which faces north where the statue 4 which provokes to jealousy was located.