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PARALLEL BIBLE - Exodus 26:32


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King James Bible - Exodus 26:32

And thou shalt hang it upon four pillars of shittim wood overlaid with gold: their hooks shall be of gold, upon the four sockets of silver.

World English Bible

You shall hang it on four pillars of acacia overlaid with gold; their hooks shall be of gold, on four sockets of silver.

Douay-Rheims - Exodus 26:32

And thou shalt hang it up before four pillars of setim wood, which themselves also shall be overlaid with gold, and shall have heads of gold, but sockets of silver.

Webster's Bible Translation

And thou shalt hang it upon four pillars of shittim wood overlaid with gold: their hooks shall be of gold, upon the four sockets of silver.

Original Hebrew

ונתתה
5414 אתה 853 על 5921 ארבעה 702 עמודי 5982 שׁטים 7848 מצפים 6823 זהב 2091 וויהם 2053 זהב 2091 על 5921 ארבעה 702 אדני 134 כסף׃ 3701

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VERSE (32) -
:37; 36:38 Es 1:6

SEV Biblia, Chapter 26:32

y has de ponerlo sobre cuatro columnas de cedro cubiertas de oro; sus capiteles de oro, sobre cuatro basas de plata.

Clarke's Bible Commentary - Exodus 26:32

Verse 32. Their hooks shall be of
gold] hyww vaveyhem, which we translate their hooks, is rendered kefalidev, capitals, by the Septuagint, and capita by the Vulgate. As the word ww vav or vau, plural yww vavim, occurs only in this book, ver. 32, 37; xxvii. 10, 11, 17; xxxvi. 36, 38; xxxviii. 10, 11, 12, 17, 19, 28; and is used in these places in reference to the same subject, it is very difficult to ascertain its precise meaning. Most commentators and lexicographers think that the ideal meaning of the word is to connect, attach, join to, hook; and that the letter w vau has its name from its hooklike form, and its use as a particle in the Hebrew language, because it serves to connect the words and members of a sentence, and the sentences of a discourse together, and that therefore hook must be the obvious meaning of the word in all the above texts. Calmet thinks this reason of no weight, because the w vau of the present Hebrew alphabet is widely dissimilar from the vau of the primitive Hebrew alphabet, as may be seen on the ancient shekels; on these the characters appear as in the word JEHOVAH, chap. xxviii. 36. This form bears no resemblance to a hook; nor does the Samaritan [Samaritan] vau, which appears to have been copied from this ancient character.

Calmet therefore contends, 1. That if Moses does not mean the capitals of the pillars by the yww vavim of the text, he mentions them nowhere; and it would be strange that while he describes the pillars, their sockets, bases, fillets, &c., &c., with so much exactness, as will appear on consulting the preceding places, that he should make no mention of the capitals; or that pillars, every way so correctly formed, should have been destitute of this very necessary ornament.

2. As Moses was commanded to make the hooks, yww vavim, of the pillars and their fillets of silver, chap. xxvii. 10, 11, and the hooks, vavim, of the pillars of the veil of gold, chap. xxxvi. 36; and as one thousand seven hundred and seventy-five shekels were employed in making these hooks, vavim, overlaying their chapiters, hyar rasheyhem, their heads, and filleting them, chap. xxxviii. 28; it is more reasonable to suppose that all this is spoken of the capitals of the pillars than of any kind of hooks, especially as hooks are mentioned under the word taches or clasps in other places. On the whole it appears much more reasonable to translate the original by capitals than by hooks.

After this verse the Samaritan Pentateuch introduces the ten first verses of chap. xxx., and this appears to be their proper place. Those ten verses are not repeated in the thirtieth chapter in the Samaritan, the chapter beginning with the 11th verse.


Matthew Henry Commentary

Verses 31-37 - A vail, or curtain, separated the holy place from the most holy place It was hung upon pillars. This vail was for a partition between the holy place and the most holy; which forbade any to look into the holiest of all. The apostle tells what was the meaning of this vail Heb 9:8. That the ceremonial law could not make the comers thereunt perfect, nor would the observance of it bring men to heaven; the way into the holiest of all was not made manifest, while the firs tabernacle was standing. Life and immortality lay hidden till they wer brought to light by the gospel; which was signified by the rending of this vail at the death of Christ, Mt 27:51. We have now boldness to enter into the holiest, in all acts of worship, by the blood of Jesus yet such as obliges us to holy reverence. Another vail was for the outer door of the tabernacle. This vail was all the defence the tabernacle had. God takes care of his church on earth. A curtain shal be, if God please to make it so, as strong a defence to his house, a gates of brass and bars of iron. With this typical description of Christ and his church before us, what is our judgment of these matters Do we see any glory in the person of Christ? any excellence in his character? any thing precious in his salvation? or any wisdom in the doctrine of the cross? Will our religion bear examination? and are we more careful to approve our hearts to God than our characters towar men __________________________________________________________________


Original Hebrew

ונתתה 5414 אתה 853 על 5921 ארבעה 702 עמודי 5982 שׁטים 7848 מצפים 6823 זהב 2091 וויהם 2053 זהב 2091 על 5921 ארבעה 702 אדני 134 כסף׃ 3701


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