United free-will offerings follow purity of the camp, Nazarite consecration and God's blessing
Here ends this part of the
book. The camp, arranged according to God's order, is
placed under His blessing.  Thereupon the princes of the people offer a
free-will-offering to Jehovah, for the service of the
sanctuary and the dedication of the altar according to
the number of the tribes. This was done with a common
understanding, each offering the same, and as to the
wagons; jointly not the service of the sanctuary, but the
united devotedness and free-will-offerings of the people
for the service and consecration of the altar when the
people came to God. It was done in tribes; they were
Israel's gifts in the finitely perfect unity of the
twelvenone wanting in the orderly unity, and as a
whole as that completeness stood before God in that day.
Then we have the form of the communications of Jehovah to
Moses to instruct him in the way. We see that it is in
the tabernacle from between the cherubim. It is not now a
law to the people from Sinai, a covenant, but the
regulation of a people in connection with God.
 Note, chapters 5,
6 give the cleansing of the camp in every way from
impurity and wrong, and the consecration of the Nazarite
to God, and the blessing. Then comes the
free-will-offering. Purity of the camp and personal
separation to Godholiness in its twofold character,
negative cleansing, and positive consecration to God.
Then the freewill-offering. The putting of the name
follows the cleansing and consecration.