Some Notes:

The English language has no gender-neutral pronouns. So when the words man, he, him, etc are used, they mean "Generic human being" unless the context specifically says otherwise. Only women get words devoted just to them.

Thou, Thee, and Thine are singular pronouns. You and Your are plural in the 16th Century English the King James Bible was translated into. This actually makes the message clearer than our habit of using "you" as both a singular and a plural.

In many scriptures I have changed the King James (English) spelling to American spelling (labour=labor, for example. I understand those in England still spell it with a u). Also, in some scriptures I have changed the "-eth" to a simple "s." Spelling standards weren't set in English until the mid 1800's, well after the translating of the KJV. So I see no problem with making these simple changes that don't affect the meaning of the scripture but make it easier for our modern mouths and ears to deal with.

Exodus 38- The Altar of Burnt Offerings



1 And he made the altar of burnt offering of Acacia wood. It was 
7 1/2 feet long, 7 1/2 feet wide, and 4 1/2 feet tall. 

2 He made it horns on the four corners just like the rest of the altar. The whole thing was covered in brass. 

3 And he made all the tools for the altar out of brass; pots, shovels, basins, meathooks, and firepans.  

4 He made the altar a grating of brass, and put it half way down inside the altar. 

5 And he cast four rings in the four ends of the grating of brass, to be places for the staves.  

6 And he made the staves of Acacia wood, and covered them with brass. 

7 And he put the staves in the rings on the sides of the altar, to carry it with. The altar was hollow, made with boards.

The Bronze Basin

8 He made the basin and its pedestal of brass that came from the mirrors donated by the women  on Israel of gathered at the door of the Tabernacle of the Congregation.

The Tabernacle Courtyard

9 He made the court. The South side was made of hangings of fine twined linen, a 150 feet long. 

10 It had 20 pillars with brass bases, and the hooks and pegs were made of silver.  

11 The north side had curtains 150 feet long, also, with 20 pillars and 20 bases of brass. The  hooks and pegs were also made of silver. 

12 The west side had hangings 75 feet long, with 10 pillars, with 10 bases and hooks and pegs of silver. 

The courtyard was 150 feet by 75 feet.

13 The east side was also 75 feet long. 

14 The curtains of the one side of the gate were 23 feet long with 3 pillars and bases. 

15 Both sides of the court gate had hangings 23 feet long, with 3 pillars and bases. 

16 All of the court's curtains were made of fine twined linen. 

17 And the bases for the pillars were made of brass. The hooks and pegs were made of silver and they and the decorative tops were made of silver. The pillars of the court were decorated with silver. 

18 And the curtain for the gate of the court had embroidery of blue, purple, scarlet, and fine twined linen. It was 30 feet long and 7 1/2 feet high, and made just like the curtains of the court.

19 And there were 4 pillars with bases of brass four. Their hooks were made of silver, and the covering of their decorative tops and pegs were made of silver. 

20 And all the tent pegs of the tabernacle, and of the court around it, were made of brass.

The Cost of the Tabernacle

21 This is the cost of the tabernacle, even The Tabernacle of Testimony, as it was counted, according to the commandment of Moses, for the service of the Levites, by the hand of Ithamar, son to Aaron the priest.  

22 And Bezaleel the son of Uri, the son of Hur, from the tribe of Judah, made all that the I AM commanded Moses. 

23 And helping him was Aholiab, son of Ahisamach, from the tribe of Dan, an engraver, and a skilled workman, and an embroiderer in blue, purple, scarlet, and fine linen.

24 All the gold that was used for the work the holy place, even the gold given as an offering, was 
2,193 pounds, measured by the sanctuary shekel. 

25 The whole community of Israel gave 7,545 pounds of silver, as measured by the weight of the sanctuary shekel.

26 A bekah from every man, (a beka is half a shekel, after the shekel of the sanctuary), for every one that was counted, from twenty years old and older, for 603,550 men

27 And of the 7500 pounds of silver were cast the bases of the sanctuary, and the bases of the veil. An hundred bases from the 7500 talents. Each base was about 75 pounds. 

28 And of the 45 pounds left, he made hooks for the pillars, and covered their decorative tops.  

29 The people also brought as special offerings 5,310 pounds of bronze,

30 And with it he made the bases for the door of the Tabernacle of the Congregation, and the brazen altar, and its brazen grating, and all the tools for the altar, 

31 And the bases of the court around the edge, and the bases of the court gate, and all the tent pegs for the tabernacle, and all the tent pegs for the court around it.