The pillars for the door to the Holy Place were made from acacia wood overlaid with gold. There were golden hooks near the top for the door to hang upon. Gold represents divinity and wood represents humanity. Acacia wood overlaid with gold therefore speaks of Christ - He is both God and man, divine and human, Son of God and son of man. The pillars were set in sockets of bronze, again reminding us of God's judgement against sin and disobedience. These pillars, set on the ground in sockets of bronze, but reached to the very top in gold - they speak of Christ humbled Himself to bear God's judgement for us, therefore God highly exalted Him above everything so that at the name of Jesus every knee will bow and every tongue will confess that Jesus Christ is Lord (Philippians 2:6-11).