Exodus 36 is a repeat concerning the details of the Tabernacle. However, there are still lessons to consider. First, when God commissions it, you will have an abundant supply, which is the case here. Not only did God supply the material for the build, but he provided the manpower and gave them the wisdom to complete the project. The people brought so many donations that Moses commanded them to stop. I’ll bet this is the only time that has ever happened! We know that today’s offerings, if abundant, are absorbed into some other project.
And they spake unto Moses, saying, The people bring much more than enough for the service of the work, which the LORD commanded to make. Exodus 36:5
Bezaleel and Aholiab were in charge, and other artisans joined in. However, others wanted to be involved because God stirred their hearts to help. This project was not haphazard; it was for the Almighty God and the people who knew this and wanted to help. Just like with any project, there are the ones in charge, others with skills to carry it out, and then there are helping hands to do the menial but necessary work. God’s work will always be successful, and if we listen to his voice and follow his design, we will also be successful.