See that you make them according to the pattern shown you on the mountain.
"See that you make them after the pattern for them, which was shown to you on the mountain.
"Be sure that you make everything according to the pattern I have shown you here on the mountain.
Study the design you were given on the mountain and make everything accordingly.
And see that you make them from the design which you saw on the mountain.
And see that you make them according to the pattern for them, which is being shown you on the mountain.
"And see to it that you make them according to the pattern which was shown you on the mountain.
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1 tn The text uses two imperatives: “see and make.” This can be interpreted as a verbal hendiadys, calling for Moses and Israel to see to it that they make these things correctly.
2 tn The participle is passive, “caused to see,” or, “shown.”
3 sn The message of this section surely concerns access to God. To expound this correctly, though, since it is an instruction section for building the lampstand, the message would be: God requires that his people ensure that light will guide the way of access to God. The breakdown for exposition could be the instructions for preparation for light (one lamp, several branches), then instructions for the purpose and maintenance of the lamps, and then the last verse telling the divine source for the instructions. Naturally, the metaphorical value of light will come up in the study, especially from the NT. So in the NT there is the warning that if churches are unfaithful God will remove their lampstand, their ministry (Rev 2-3).