“And Moses and Aaron went into the tabernacle of the congregation, and came out, and blessed the people: and the glory of the LORD appeared unto all the people.”
King James Version (KJV)
9:23 And Moses - Went in with Aaron to direct him, and to see him perform those parts of his office which were to be done in the holy place, about the lights, and the table of shew - bread, and the altar of incense, upon which part of the blood of the sacrifices now offered was to be sprinkled, #Lev 4:7|,16. And blessed the people - Prayed to God for his blessing upon them, as this phrase is explained, #Num 6:23|, &c. and particularly for his gracious acceptation of these and all succeeding sacrifices, and for his signification thereof by some extraordinary token. And the glory of the Lord - Either a miraculous brightness shining from the cloudy pillar, as #Exo 16:10|, or a glorious and visible discovery of God's gracious presence and acceptance of the present service.