The tabernacle, its tent, and its covering, its clasps and its boards, its bars, its pillars, and its sockets;
The Ark and its poles, the expiation cover, and the veil of the screen;
The table and its poles and all its utensils, and the bread of the Presence;
And the lampstand for the light and its utensils and its lamps, and the oil for the light;
And the altar of incense and its poles, and the anointing oil, and the fragrant incense, and the screen for the entrance, at the entrance of the tabernacle;
The altar of burnt offering, with its grating of bronze, its poles, and all its utensils; the laver and its base;
The hangings of the court, its pillars, and its sockets, and the screen for the gate of the court;
The pegs of the tabernacle and the pegs of the court, and their cords;
The finely worked garments for ministering in the sanctuary, the holy garments for Aaron the priest and the garments of his sons for them to serve as priests.
And all the assembly of the children of Israel departed from the presence of Moses.
The concluding word regarding the priestly garments in Exodus is related to holiness and righteousness. The plate of pure gold on the turban worn by the high priest was inscribed with the words “Holy unto Jehovah.” This declaration, this brand, was on the forehead of the high priest. It was on the golden plate worn as a crown, a blossom, and therefore we may say that holiness was exalted. That holiness is exalted as a crown indicates that holiness in divinity is exalted for glory. Furthermore, the high priest was covered with linen—with a linen turban, a linen tunic, a linen girdle, and linen breeches. This linen covering of the high priest signifies righteousness. Righteousness, which is related to humanity, is expressed as beauty. Holiness in divinity is exalted as glory, and righteousness in humanity is expressed for beauty. Therefore, today holiness is our glory, and righteousness is our beauty.