The innermost covering over the Sanctuary was made of of fine linen, colored in blue, purple, red and white. Same material and colors as the door to the Outer Court, the Holy Place door, and the veil. It was also embroidered with cherubim just like the veil. They speak of Christ's godliness, His royalty, His sacrifice and righteousness. The covering was placed directly over the Framework and formed the actual Tabernacle. It was made from 10 individual curtains to begin with, each 28 cubits (44 feet) x 4 cubits (6 feet). Five curtains were joined together and so were the other five. These two sets of five curtains were then joined together by 50 golden clasps to make one big covering. The word "atone" literally means "cover". Therefore this covering symbolizes Christ's atonement for the church. The order of these four coverings has its significance...