Before the work commences, they are reminded of the commandment as to the six days and the seventh, even in the making of the Tabernacle.
children = sons.
the LORD. Hebrew. Jehovah. App-4.
sabbath of rest. Hebrew "sabbath of sabbatizing". See note on Exodus 16:23.
commanded. See Exodus 25:1, &c.
an offering. Note the Figure of speech Polysyndeton (App-6), em phasising the 15 (3 x 5) articles in verses: Exodus 35:5-9 (App-10). Hebrew = heave offering. See note on Exodus 29:27, and App-43. willing heart. Note the "willing" hearted, Exodus 35:5, Exodus 35:22, Exodus 35:29; the "wise "hearted, Exodus 35:10, Exodus 35:25, Exodus 35:35; Exodus 36:1, Exodus 36:2, Exodus 36:8; and the "stirred" heart, Exodus 35:21, Exodus 35:26; Exodus 36:2.
wise hearted. See note on Exodus 35:5.
Note the 42 items enumerated in verses: Exodus 35:11-19.
door entrance (Hebrew. petach).
door = gate (Hebrew. sha " ar).
they came. Samaritan Pentateuch and Septuagint read "they brought in".
heart stirred. See note on Exodus 35:5.
spirit. Hebrew. ruach. See App-9.
the LORD"S offering = the heave offering of Jehovah. See note on Exodus 29:27, and compare App-43.
tabernacle = tent. Hebrew. "ohel. App-40.
men. Hebrew, plural of "ish, or "enosh. App-14.
and. Note the Figure of speech Polysyndeton (App-6), to emphasise the number four.
man = every one.
offered an offering. Figure of speech Polyptoton (App-6). Hebrew. tenuphah, a wave offering. See note on Exodus 29:27, and App-43.
man. Hebrew. "ish. See App-14.
and. Note the Figure of speech Polysyndeton (App-6), to emphasise the seven items divided into three and four. See App-10.
linen. Egypt noted for it. The thread was dyed before being woven.
offer, &c. = "heave a heave offering". See Exodus 29:27. Figure of speech Polyptoton (App-6).
women. In Egypt the women did the dyeing and spinning; the men did the weaving and embroidering. and. Note the Figure of speech Polysyndeton (App-6), to emphasise the four items.
And. Note the Fig, Polysyndeton (App-6), to emphasise the four items.
offering. Hebrew. nedaba. See App-43.
called by name. Compare Exodus 31:2. This, in Exodus, the book of the names. See note on Exodus 1:1.
spirit. Hebrew. ruach. App-9.
God. Hebrew. Elohim, the Creator. App-4.
And to devise. This "and" is omitted in Septuagint and in silver. Note the Figure of speech Polysyndeton (App-6), to emphasise the items in verses: Exodus 35:32, Exodus 35:33.
cunning work = skilful work. See note on Exodus 26:1. Exodus 26:35 work all. Some codices, one early printed edition, and Samaritan Pentateuch read "work in all".
in scarlet. Some codices, Samaritan Pentateuch, Targum of Onkelos, one early printed edition, The Targum of Jonathan ben Uzziel and Syriac read "and in scarlet".
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