“It was also in the same document
Writing that the prophet,
Having received an oracle,
Ordered that the tent and the ark should follow with him.
He went out to the mountain
Where Moses had gone up.
He had seen the inheritance of God.
Jeremiah came and found a cave-dwelling.
He brought the tent there
With the ark and the altar of incense.
Then he sealed up the entrance.
Some of those who followed him
Came up intending to mark the way,
But they could not find it.
When Jeremiah learned of it,
He rebuked them and declared.
‘The place shall be unknown
Until God gathers his people together again
Until God shows his mercy.
Then the Lord will disclose these things.
The glory of the Lord
And the cloud will appear.
As they were shown in the case of Moses,
And as Solomon asked
That the place should be specially consecrated.’”
Once again, this letter refers to the Epistle of Jeremiah. However, this reference to Jeremiah is more about not being enticed by the idols of the gods that they will see in captivity. This implies that Jeremiah went to Mount Sinai to get the tent of Moses. He then hid it with the Ark of the Covenant and the altar of incense in some cave that was sealed. No one would know about this cave until the end of time when God would gather all his people. Here then is a hint of eschatology, the end times. People tried to find this cave but were unable to do so. King Solomon also had the Ark of the Covenant passed around. The glory and the cloud are how God appeared to Moses.