SEV Biblia, Chapter 17:4 Y las pondrás en el tabernáculo del testimonio delante del testimonio, donde yo testifico de mí mismo a vosotros.
John Gill's Bible Commentary Ver. 4. And thou shalt lay them up in the tabernacle of the congregation , etc.] In the most holy place: before the testimony ; that is, the ark in which the testimony or the law was; here they were laid as in the presence of God, who was in a miraculous way to decide the controversy by them, and put an end to it; for upon the ark was the mercy seat, over which were the cherubim, the seat of the divine Majesty, and where none could come at them, and where no fraud could be supposed to be committed: where I will meet with you ; not with the people in person, who might not go at any time into the most holy place; nor with Aaron, who only might go into it on the day of atonement; but with Moses, the chief ruler and representative of the whole body of the people, and who might go in there at any time, to consult with God about matters of moment and difficulty, and where the Lord had said he would meet him, ( Exodus 25:22); and now would, in a miraculous way, clearly show him, and the people of Israel by him, who was the priest he had chosen of all the tribes.
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 1-7 - It is an instance of the grace of God, that, having wrought diver miracles to punish sin, he would work one more to prevent it. Twelv rods or staves were to be brought in. It is probable that they were the staves which the princes used as ensigns of their authority; old dr staves, that had no sap in them. They were to expect that the rod of the tribe, or prince, whom God chose to the priesthood, should bud an blossom. Moses did not object that the matter was sufficiently settle already; he did not undertake to determine it; but left the case befor the Lord.
Original Hebrew והנחתם 3240 באהל 168 מועד 4150 לפני 6440 העדות 5715 אשׁר 834 אועד 3259 לכם שׁמה׃ 8033