15 So the altar shall be four cubits; and from the altar and upward shall be four horns.
15 Above that, the altar hearth is four cubits high, and four horns project upward from the hearth.
15 and the altar hearth, four cubits; and from the altar hearth projecting upward, four horns.
15 The altar hearth is another seven feet high. Four horns stick upward from the hearth twenty-one inches high.
15 The altar hearth is four cubits high, with four horns extending upward from the hearth.
15 The top of the altar, the hearth, rises another 7Â feet higher, with a horn rising up from each of the four corners.
Matthew Henry's Commentary on Ezekiel 43:15
After Ezekiel had surveyed the temple of God, he had a vision of the glory of God. When Christ crucified, and the things freely given to us of God, through Him, are shown to us by the Holy Ghost, they make us ashamed for our sins. This frame of mind prepares us for fuller discoveries of the mysteries of redeeming love; and the whole of the Scriptures should be opened and applied, that men may see their sins, and repent of them. We are not now to offer any atoning sacrifices, for by one offering Christ has perfected for ever those that are sanctified, Hebrews 10:14; but the sprinkling of his blood is needful in all our approaches to God the Father. Our best services can be accepted only as sprinkled with the blood which cleanses from all sin.