29 And a girdle of fine twined linen, and blue, and purple, and scarlet, of needlework; as Yahweh commanded Moses.

All the Priesthood had to wear linen. They could wear no wool which represented the carnal and animal aspect. We read it was fine twined linen-actually it was fine linen, twined or twisted together; that is, in multiple threads, each tightly twisted together for strength-

"a threefold cord is not easily broken"

-many individual threads forming one piece, so finely woven together as to be indistinguishable as separate threads.

The ancient fine linen which they have found in tombs had up to 150 threads to the inch. No thread by itself; each twisted together tightly with its close companions for strength-a pure white, shining, righteous unity, made up of myriads of fine and firmly twisted and interwoven threads.

Bro Growcott - The court of the tabernacle

43 And Moses did look upon all the work, and, behold, they had done it as Yahweh had commanded, even so had they done it: and Moses blessed them.

He thus acted in the capacity of judge, foreshadowing the future status of Christ who will closely scrutinise the various parts of the tabernacle "not made with hands," as they are brought before him at his second coming. Hence, in examining each part, and passing it as fit, Moses acted as judge, knowing the "pattern" already clearly revealed to him in the mount (Exo. 25:40).

Similarly, those to be redeemed by the Master, will be fashioned by the Word according to the "pattern" demonstrated in him(cp. 1Tim. 1:16; Heb. 8:5).

The Christadelphian Expositor