Physical Description: Ex 25:31-40. The Holy place had three objects inside. The golden lamp stand, the table of show bread and the alter of incense. The first thing we see in the Holy Place is the golden lamp stand. It was made of one talent of pure gold. The lamp stand was made by beaten work by gold smiths and not by cast in a mold. The pure gold was beaten and beaten and beaten to form the shape of a lamp stand. The lamp-stand had an upright main shaft and six branches, three on each side. Each branch will have lamp cup shaped like almond blossoms with bud and a flower. The seven oil lamps were on it gave light in the Holy Place at night. The lamps were placed such away that the light first falls on the main shaft of the lamp stand (Numbers 8:3). This was the only light of the sanctuary. The Lamp Stand's main shaft is a type of Christ who is the light of the world (John 9:5). The branches speak of believers those who reflect Christ in this dark world. Aaron lighted the lamps in the evening (Ex 30:7-8). The lamps were filled with olive oil, which is a type of the Holy Spirit (Zechariah 4:1-6). Every lamp was separately taken care of by the priests. A pair of golden snuffer used to clean the waste material.