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The Adam Clarke Commentary

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 Chapter 36
Chapter 38
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Chapter 37

Bezaleel and Aholiab make the ark, 1-5. The mercy-seat, 6. The two cherubim, 7-9. The table of the shew-bread, and its vessels, 10-16. The candlestick, 17-24. The golden altar of incense, 25-28. The holy anointing oil and perfume, 29.

Notes on Chapter 37

Verse 1. And Bezaleel made the ark,
For a description of the ark, see Exodus 25:10, See Clarke on Exodus 25:10.

Verse 6. He made the mercy-seat
See this described Exodus 25:17. See Clarke on Exodus 25:17.

Verse 10. He made the table
See Exodus 25:23.

Verse 16. He made the vessels
See all these particularly described in the notes on Exodus 25:29. See Clarke on Exodus 25:29.

Verse 17. He made the candlestick
See this described in the note on Exodus 25:31. See Clarke on Exodus 25:31.

Verse 25. He made the incense altar
See this described Exodus 30:1. See Clarke on Exodus 30:1.

Verse 29. He made the holy anointing oil
See this and the perfume, and the materials out of which they were made, described at large in the notes on Exodus 30:23-25and ; 30:34-38. As this chapter also is a repetition of what has been mentioned in preceding chapters, the reader is desired to refer to them.

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Clarke, Adam. "Commentary on Exodus 37". "The Adam Clarke Commentary". <>. 1832.  


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