27: 9-15, 17-19
Exodus 38: 9-17, 20
The Court of the Tabernacle was enclosed with curtains (Hangings) made of fine twined linen.
The whole length is 300 cubits and the height is 5 cubits, that is:
The size of the spread curtains (hangings) is 300 X 5 cubits = 1500 square cubits.
The curtains or hangings were supported by 60 pillars of brass which stood upon 60 sockets also made of brass.
The hooks of the pillars and their fillets were made of silver, while the posts were made of brass.
The Court refers to the era of the Law when the Law pronounced judgment upon sin.
Almost all of the furnishings of the Tabernacle and their parts found in the Court were made of brass.
BRASS: Judgment (vengeance).
The number 5000 refers to the 5000-year period set by God, stretching from Abraham’s time up to the end of the millennium kingdom, in which God deals with His people, consisting of Jews and Gentiles.
The Court, which is the domain of faith, also speaks of the righteousness of God.
The atmosphere of
resurrection or restoration/renewal dominates the Court.