Today's Scripture: "The hangings on one side of the gate shall be fifteen cubits, with their three pillars and their three sockets." Ex 27:14
5879. Being open to change doesn't mean you must. JG
If I had to describe the Tabernacle in one sentence, I'd say it was a simple structure with specific intricate and meaningful design. Like the men who reassembled the broken-down tent hundreds of times, I know what it means to take things apart and put them back together. As Doorman, I had to be a problem solver because my circumstances or my materials constantly changed.
For every metal door I installed over an existing exterior door, there was a possibility of multiple conflicts due to hardware (see picture). If it was impossible to avoid a clash, the metal door would have to be crossed-hinged. But as a last resort, wood framing could be added to yield proper clearance. What I've learned consistent with Tabernacle builders, is there is no room for shoddy work when you're doing it for God (Col 3:23).
Your way is perfect, God, and that's amazing because You use imperfect people to prove it.
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