Spare No Words… It’s EXCITING!
Here’s another approach which explains why there are sooooo many Pesukim in Parshas Vayakhel and Parshas Pekudei.
When Bnei Yisrael received the Torah on Mount Sinai, our Rabbis of old tell us, it was actually a marriage ceremony. HaShem was, so to say, the Choson (the groom) and Bnei Yisrael the Kallah (the bride). The mountain was the Chupah (the wedding canopy), and the two tablets were the marriage contract, called the Kesubah.
Although the start of the marriage was a bit shaky due to their sin of the Golden Calf, but now things were patched up – Bnei Yisrael received a new set of Luchos, a new marriage contract, and it was time for the “young couple” to move into their new home, the Mishkan.
Can you imagine the excitement of these newlyweds moving into their first home? They’ll talk about it and talk about it, (and talk about it and talk about it) making sure that everything is just right: the measurements, the furniture, the curtains, the colors, down to the very last detail.
Aha! This explains why there are so many Pesukim about the Mishkan!