Exodus chapter 39 is the final chapter of the book of Exodus and it details the completion of the tabernacle and the garments of the priests. The chapter begins with a description of the making of the priestly garments, which were made of fine linen and gold, blue, purple, and scarlet yarn. The garments included the ephod, the breastpiece, the robe, the tunic, the turban, and the sash. The chapter then goes on to describe the making of the tabernacle, which was made of acacia wood and covered with gold. The tabernacle was divided into two parts, the Holy Place and the Most Holy Place. The chapter ends with a description of the completion of the tabernacle and the garments of the priests.
This chapter is significant because it marks the completion of the tabernacle and the garments of the priests, which were essential for the worship of God. The tabernacle was a physical representation of God's presence among the Israelites and the garments of the priests were a sign of their consecration to God. This chapter also serves as a reminder of the importance of obedience to God's commands. The Israelites were instructed to build the tabernacle and the garments of the priests according to God's instructions and they did so faithfully. This chapter serves as a reminder that when we obey God's commands, He will bless us and provide for us.