Thematic Bible




Thematic Bible



"You are to make chains of pure gold, twisted like cords, for the breast piece. You are to make two gold rings for the breast piece, and put the two rings on the two edges of the breast piece. You are to put the two gold cords on the two gold rings at the edges of the breast piece, read more.
and you are to attach the other two ends of the two cords to the filigree settings and attach them to the shoulder pieces of the ephod in front. "You are to make two gold rings and attach them to the two edges of the breast piece, on the side of it that is toward the inner side of the ephod. You are to make two gold rings and attach them in front on the lower part of the two shoulder pieces of the ephod close to the place where it's joined, above the skillfully woven band of the ephod. They are to fasten the rings on the breast piece to the rings on the ephod with a blue cord so it will rest on the skillfully woven band of the ephod and so the breast piece won't come loose from the ephod.

They made chains of pure gold twisted like cords for the breast piece. They made two settings of gold filigree and two gold rings, and they put the two rings on the two edges of the breast piece. They put the two gold cords on the two gold rings at the edges of the breast piece, read more.
and they attached the other two ends of the two cords to the filigree settings, and then attached them to the shoulder pieces of the ephod in front. They made two gold rings and attached them to the two edges of the breast piece, on the side of it which is toward the inner side of the ephod. They made two gold rings and attached them in front, on the lower part of the two shoulder pieces of the ephod, close to the place where it's joined, above the skillfully woven band of the ephod. They tied the breast piece by its rings to the rings of the ephod with a blue cord so it would rest on the skillfully woven band of the ephod and so the breast piece would not come loose from the ephod.


He made the ephod out of gold, blue, purple, and scarlet material and fine woven linen. They hammered out gold sheets and cut off threads to work into the blue, purple, and scarlet material and into the fine linen, a work of skillful design. They made connecting shoulder pieces for the ephod and attached them to its two edges. read more.
The skillfully woven band that was on it was made like it, of one piece with it: of gold, blue, purple, and scarlet material and fine woven linen, just as the LORD commanded Moses. They prepared the onyx stones, engraved with the names of the sons of Israel like the engraving on a signet, and mounted them in settings of gold filigree. He put them on the shoulder pieces of the ephod as stones of remembrance for the sons of Israel, just as the LORD commanded Moses. He made a breast piece, skillfully worked, like the work of the ephod: of gold, blue, purple, and scarlet material and fine woven linen. They made the breast piece square when folded double: one span in length and one span in width when folded double. They mounted on it four rows of stones. The first row was a row of carnelian, topaz, and emerald; the second row ruby, sapphire, and crystal; the third row jacinth, agate, and amethyst; and the fourth row beryl, onyx, and jasper. They were set in gold filigree when they were mounted. The stones corresponded to the names of the sons of Israel, twelve stones corresponding to their names, with the engraving of a signet, each with the name of one of the twelve tribes. They made chains of pure gold twisted like cords for the breast piece. They made two settings of gold filigree and two gold rings, and they put the two rings on the two edges of the breast piece. They put the two gold cords on the two gold rings at the edges of the breast piece, and they attached the other two ends of the two cords to the filigree settings, and then attached them to the shoulder pieces of the ephod in front. They made two gold rings and attached them to the two edges of the breast piece, on the side of it which is toward the inner side of the ephod. They made two gold rings and attached them in front, on the lower part of the two shoulder pieces of the ephod, close to the place where it's joined, above the skillfully woven band of the ephod. They tied the breast piece by its rings to the rings of the ephod with a blue cord so it would rest on the skillfully woven band of the ephod and so the breast piece would not come loose from the ephod. He made the robe of the ephod of woven work, entirely of blue. The opening of the robe was in the middle, like the opening of a coat of mail, with a binding around the opening so it would not be torn. On the hem of the robe, they placed pomegranates made of blue, purple, and scarlet material and woven linen. They made bells of pure gold, and put the bells between the pomegranates, on the hem of the robe, all around between the pomegranates. There was a bell and a pomegranate, then a bell and a pomegranate, all around the hem of the robe for when the High Priest ministered, just as the LORD commanded Moses.


Then Moses brought Aaron's sons, clothed them with the tunics, girded them with the bands, and bound turbans on them, just as the LORD had commanded him.

You are to make holy garments for Aaron your brother, for dignity and beauty. You are to speak to all who are skilled, whom I've endowed with talent, that they should make Aaron's garments for consecrating him to serve me as priest. These are the garments that they are to make: a breast piece, an ephod, a robe, a checkered tunic, a turban, and a sash. They are to make holy garments for Aaron your brother and for his sons to serve me as priests. read more.
They are to use gold, blue, purple, and scarlet material, as well as fine linen." "They are to make the ephod from gold, along with blue, purple, and scarlet material and fine woven linen, all of it skillfully worked. It is to have two shoulder-pieces attached to its two edges so it can be joined together. The skillfully woven band that is on it is to be made like it, that is, of one piece with it, of gold, blue, purple, and scarlet material, and fine woven linen. You are to take two onyx stones and engrave the names of the sons of Israel on them, six of their names on one stone, and the six remaining names on the other stone. Engrave them according to their order of birth. With work like a jeweler engraves on a signet, you are to inscribe the two stones with the names of the sons of Israel, and you are to mount them in settings of gold filigree. You are to put the two stones on the shoulder pieces of the ephod as stones of remembrance representing the sons of Israel, and Aaron is to carry their names into the LORD's presence on his two shoulders as a memorial. You are to make settings of gold filigree, and you are to make two chains of pure gold twisted like cords, and then fasten the twisted chains to the filigree settings." "You are to make a breast piece to be worn by the high priest when he makes legal decisions. It is to be skillfully worked, made like the work of the ephod from gold, blue, purple, and scarlet material, and from fine woven linen. It is to be square when folded double, one hand span long and one hand span wide. You are to mount on it a setting for four rows of stones. The first row is to contain carnelian, topaz, and emerald; the second row ruby, sapphire, and crystal; the third row jacinth, agate, and amethyst; the fourth row beryl, onyx, and jasper, and they are to be set in gold filigree. The stones are to correspond to the names of the sons of Israel, twelve stones corresponding to their names. They are to be engraved like a signet, each with the name of one of the twelve tribes. "You are to make chains of pure gold, twisted like cords, for the breast piece. You are to make two gold rings for the breast piece, and put the two rings on the two edges of the breast piece. You are to put the two gold cords on the two gold rings at the edges of the breast piece, and you are to attach the other two ends of the two cords to the filigree settings and attach them to the shoulder pieces of the ephod in front. "You are to make two gold rings and attach them to the two edges of the breast piece, on the side of it that is toward the inner side of the ephod. You are to make two gold rings and attach them in front on the lower part of the two shoulder pieces of the ephod close to the place where it's joined, above the skillfully woven band of the ephod. They are to fasten the rings on the breast piece to the rings on the ephod with a blue cord so it will rest on the skillfully woven band of the ephod and so the breast piece won't come loose from the ephod. "Aaron is to carry the names of Israel's sons on his heart on the breast piece to be worn by the high priest when he makes legal decisions, that is, whenever he goes into the Holy Place in order to remember them continuously in the LORD's presence. You are to put the Urim and Thummim into the breast piece of judgment, and they are to be on Aaron's heart when he goes into the LORD's presence. He is to carry the breast piece of decision that depicts Israel's sons on his heart in the LORD's presence continuously." "You are to make the robe of the ephod entirely of blue. There is to be an opening at its top, in the middle, with a woven binding around the opening like the opening of a coat of mail so that it cannot be torn. On its hem you are to make blue and purple and scarlet pomegranates, all around the skirt, with gold bells between them all the way around. You are to have a gold bell and a pomegranate, then a gold bell and a pomegranate, on the hem of the robe all the way around it. Aaron is to wear the robe when he ministers so its sound may be heard when he enters and leaves the Holy Place in the LORD's presence, so that he won't die. "You are to make a medallion of pure gold, and engrave on it "Holy to the LORD,' like the engravings of a signet. You are to put it on a blue cord and place it on the turban. It is to be on the front of the turban and worn on Aaron's forehead in order to take away any guilt contained in the holy things which the Israelis consecrate as holy gifts. It is to remain on his forehead continuously, so they may be accepted in the LORD's presence. "You are to weave the checkered tunic of fine linen, you are to make a turban of fine linen, and you are to make an embroidered sash. "You are to make tunics for the sons of Aaron, you are to make sashes for them, and you are to make head coverings for them for dignity and beauty. You are to put them on Aaron your brother, and on his sons with him, and you are to anoint them, ordain them, and consecrate them to serve as my priests. "You are to make linen undergarments for them to cover their naked flesh, and they are to reach from the loins to the thighs. They shall be on Aaron and his sons when they enter the Tent of Meeting or when they approach the altar to minister in the Holy Place so they don't incur guilt and die. This is to be a perpetual ordinance for him and for his descendants after him."

From the blue, purple, and scarlet material they made finely woven garments for ministering in the Holy Place, and they made the holy garments for Aaron, just as the LORD commanded Moses. He made the ephod out of gold, blue, purple, and scarlet material and fine woven linen. They hammered out gold sheets and cut off threads to work into the blue, purple, and scarlet material and into the fine linen, a work of skillful design. read more.
They made connecting shoulder pieces for the ephod and attached them to its two edges. The skillfully woven band that was on it was made like it, of one piece with it: of gold, blue, purple, and scarlet material and fine woven linen, just as the LORD commanded Moses. They prepared the onyx stones, engraved with the names of the sons of Israel like the engraving on a signet, and mounted them in settings of gold filigree. He put them on the shoulder pieces of the ephod as stones of remembrance for the sons of Israel, just as the LORD commanded Moses. He made a breast piece, skillfully worked, like the work of the ephod: of gold, blue, purple, and scarlet material and fine woven linen. They made the breast piece square when folded double: one span in length and one span in width when folded double. They mounted on it four rows of stones. The first row was a row of carnelian, topaz, and emerald; the second row ruby, sapphire, and crystal; the third row jacinth, agate, and amethyst; and the fourth row beryl, onyx, and jasper. They were set in gold filigree when they were mounted. The stones corresponded to the names of the sons of Israel, twelve stones corresponding to their names, with the engraving of a signet, each with the name of one of the twelve tribes. They made chains of pure gold twisted like cords for the breast piece. They made two settings of gold filigree and two gold rings, and they put the two rings on the two edges of the breast piece. They put the two gold cords on the two gold rings at the edges of the breast piece, and they attached the other two ends of the two cords to the filigree settings, and then attached them to the shoulder pieces of the ephod in front. They made two gold rings and attached them to the two edges of the breast piece, on the side of it which is toward the inner side of the ephod. They made two gold rings and attached them in front, on the lower part of the two shoulder pieces of the ephod, close to the place where it's joined, above the skillfully woven band of the ephod. They tied the breast piece by its rings to the rings of the ephod with a blue cord so it would rest on the skillfully woven band of the ephod and so the breast piece would not come loose from the ephod. He made the robe of the ephod of woven work, entirely of blue. The opening of the robe was in the middle, like the opening of a coat of mail, with a binding around the opening so it would not be torn. On the hem of the robe, they placed pomegranates made of blue, purple, and scarlet material and woven linen. They made bells of pure gold, and put the bells between the pomegranates, on the hem of the robe, all around between the pomegranates. There was a bell and a pomegranate, then a bell and a pomegranate, all around the hem of the robe for when the High Priest ministered, just as the LORD commanded Moses. They made tunics for Aaron and his sons, woven from fine linen, the turban of fine linen, decorated head coverings of fine linen, linen undergarments of fine woven linen, and the sash of fine woven linen, woven of blue, purple, and scarlet material, just as the LORD had commanded Moses.

The priest is to clothe himself with a linen robe and undergarments. Then he is to take the ashes of the burnt offering on the altar that had been consumed by the fire and set them beside the altar. Then he is to change his clothes, dressing himself with a different set of clothes, and take the ashes to a clean place outside the camp.

Whenever they enter at the gates of the inner court, they are to be clothed with linen garments. They are not to wear wool when they are ministering within the gates of the inner courtyard or in the Temple. Linen turbans are to be on their heads, and they are to wear linen undergarments. Also, they are not to clothe themselves with anything that makes them perspire. "When they enter the outer courtyard, that is, the outer courtyard where the people are, they are to take off their garments in which they were ministering, lay them in the consecrated chambers, and put on different garments so they will not transfer holiness to the people through their garments.


You are to make holy garments for Aaron your brother, for dignity and beauty. You are to speak to all who are skilled, whom I've endowed with talent, that they should make Aaron's garments for consecrating him to serve me as priest. These are the garments that they are to make: a breast piece, an ephod, a robe, a checkered tunic, a turban, and a sash. They are to make holy garments for Aaron your brother and for his sons to serve me as priests. read more.
They are to use gold, blue, purple, and scarlet material, as well as fine linen." "They are to make the ephod from gold, along with blue, purple, and scarlet material and fine woven linen, all of it skillfully worked. It is to have two shoulder-pieces attached to its two edges so it can be joined together. The skillfully woven band that is on it is to be made like it, that is, of one piece with it, of gold, blue, purple, and scarlet material, and fine woven linen. You are to take two onyx stones and engrave the names of the sons of Israel on them, six of their names on one stone, and the six remaining names on the other stone. Engrave them according to their order of birth. With work like a jeweler engraves on a signet, you are to inscribe the two stones with the names of the sons of Israel, and you are to mount them in settings of gold filigree. You are to put the two stones on the shoulder pieces of the ephod as stones of remembrance representing the sons of Israel, and Aaron is to carry their names into the LORD's presence on his two shoulders as a memorial. You are to make settings of gold filigree, and you are to make two chains of pure gold twisted like cords, and then fasten the twisted chains to the filigree settings." "You are to make a breast piece to be worn by the high priest when he makes legal decisions. It is to be skillfully worked, made like the work of the ephod from gold, blue, purple, and scarlet material, and from fine woven linen. It is to be square when folded double, one hand span long and one hand span wide. You are to mount on it a setting for four rows of stones. The first row is to contain carnelian, topaz, and emerald; the second row ruby, sapphire, and crystal; the third row jacinth, agate, and amethyst; the fourth row beryl, onyx, and jasper, and they are to be set in gold filigree. The stones are to correspond to the names of the sons of Israel, twelve stones corresponding to their names. They are to be engraved like a signet, each with the name of one of the twelve tribes. "You are to make chains of pure gold, twisted like cords, for the breast piece. You are to make two gold rings for the breast piece, and put the two rings on the two edges of the breast piece. You are to put the two gold cords on the two gold rings at the edges of the breast piece, and you are to attach the other two ends of the two cords to the filigree settings and attach them to the shoulder pieces of the ephod in front. "You are to make two gold rings and attach them to the two edges of the breast piece, on the side of it that is toward the inner side of the ephod. You are to make two gold rings and attach them in front on the lower part of the two shoulder pieces of the ephod close to the place where it's joined, above the skillfully woven band of the ephod. They are to fasten the rings on the breast piece to the rings on the ephod with a blue cord so it will rest on the skillfully woven band of the ephod and so the breast piece won't come loose from the ephod. "Aaron is to carry the names of Israel's sons on his heart on the breast piece to be worn by the high priest when he makes legal decisions, that is, whenever he goes into the Holy Place in order to remember them continuously in the LORD's presence. You are to put the Urim and Thummim into the breast piece of judgment, and they are to be on Aaron's heart when he goes into the LORD's presence. He is to carry the breast piece of decision that depicts Israel's sons on his heart in the LORD's presence continuously." "You are to make the robe of the ephod entirely of blue. There is to be an opening at its top, in the middle, with a woven binding around the opening like the opening of a coat of mail so that it cannot be torn. On its hem you are to make blue and purple and scarlet pomegranates, all around the skirt, with gold bells between them all the way around. You are to have a gold bell and a pomegranate, then a gold bell and a pomegranate, on the hem of the robe all the way around it. Aaron is to wear the robe when he ministers so its sound may be heard when he enters and leaves the Holy Place in the LORD's presence, so that he won't die. "You are to make a medallion of pure gold, and engrave on it "Holy to the LORD,' like the engravings of a signet. You are to put it on a blue cord and place it on the turban. It is to be on the front of the turban and worn on Aaron's forehead in order to take away any guilt contained in the holy things which the Israelis consecrate as holy gifts. It is to remain on his forehead continuously, so they may be accepted in the LORD's presence. "You are to weave the checkered tunic of fine linen, you are to make a turban of fine linen, and you are to make an embroidered sash. "You are to make tunics for the sons of Aaron, you are to make sashes for them, and you are to make head coverings for them for dignity and beauty. You are to put them on Aaron your brother, and on his sons with him, and you are to anoint them, ordain them, and consecrate them to serve as my priests. "You are to make linen undergarments for them to cover their naked flesh, and they are to reach from the loins to the thighs. They shall be on Aaron and his sons when they enter the Tent of Meeting or when they approach the altar to minister in the Holy Place so they don't incur guilt and die. This is to be a perpetual ordinance for him and for his descendants after him."

From the blue, purple, and scarlet material they made finely woven garments for ministering in the Holy Place, and they made the holy garments for Aaron, just as the LORD commanded Moses. He made the ephod out of gold, blue, purple, and scarlet material and fine woven linen. They hammered out gold sheets and cut off threads to work into the blue, purple, and scarlet material and into the fine linen, a work of skillful design. read more.
They made connecting shoulder pieces for the ephod and attached them to its two edges. The skillfully woven band that was on it was made like it, of one piece with it: of gold, blue, purple, and scarlet material and fine woven linen, just as the LORD commanded Moses. They prepared the onyx stones, engraved with the names of the sons of Israel like the engraving on a signet, and mounted them in settings of gold filigree. He put them on the shoulder pieces of the ephod as stones of remembrance for the sons of Israel, just as the LORD commanded Moses. He made a breast piece, skillfully worked, like the work of the ephod: of gold, blue, purple, and scarlet material and fine woven linen. They made the breast piece square when folded double: one span in length and one span in width when folded double. They mounted on it four rows of stones. The first row was a row of carnelian, topaz, and emerald; the second row ruby, sapphire, and crystal; the third row jacinth, agate, and amethyst; and the fourth row beryl, onyx, and jasper. They were set in gold filigree when they were mounted. The stones corresponded to the names of the sons of Israel, twelve stones corresponding to their names, with the engraving of a signet, each with the name of one of the twelve tribes. They made chains of pure gold twisted like cords for the breast piece. They made two settings of gold filigree and two gold rings, and they put the two rings on the two edges of the breast piece. They put the two gold cords on the two gold rings at the edges of the breast piece, and they attached the other two ends of the two cords to the filigree settings, and then attached them to the shoulder pieces of the ephod in front. They made two gold rings and attached them to the two edges of the breast piece, on the side of it which is toward the inner side of the ephod. They made two gold rings and attached them in front, on the lower part of the two shoulder pieces of the ephod, close to the place where it's joined, above the skillfully woven band of the ephod. They tied the breast piece by its rings to the rings of the ephod with a blue cord so it would rest on the skillfully woven band of the ephod and so the breast piece would not come loose from the ephod. He made the robe of the ephod of woven work, entirely of blue. The opening of the robe was in the middle, like the opening of a coat of mail, with a binding around the opening so it would not be torn. On the hem of the robe, they placed pomegranates made of blue, purple, and scarlet material and woven linen. They made bells of pure gold, and put the bells between the pomegranates, on the hem of the robe, all around between the pomegranates. There was a bell and a pomegranate, then a bell and a pomegranate, all around the hem of the robe for when the High Priest ministered, just as the LORD commanded Moses. They made tunics for Aaron and his sons, woven from fine linen, the turban of fine linen, decorated head coverings of fine linen, linen undergarments of fine woven linen, and the sash of fine woven linen, woven of blue, purple, and scarlet material, just as the LORD had commanded Moses. They made the medallion for the holy crown of pure gold, and they wrote on it an inscription like the engraving on a seal: "Holy to the LORD." They fastened a blue cord to it in order to fasten it on the turban above, as the LORD had commanded Moses.

Then he clothed Aaron with the tunic, girded him with the band for priests, clothed him with the robe, placed the ephod on him, girded him with the skillfully woven band of the ephod, and bound it on him. He set the breastplate on him, placed the Urim and Thummim on top of the breastplate, then he set the turban on his head. On the turban at the front he set the golden plate, the sacred crown that the LORD had commanded.