The door to the Holy Place was a curtain made similar to the entrance to the Outer Court. It had the same material and same color - blue, purple, red and white of the fine twined linen. Again it speaks of Christ being the Heavenly One (blue), the Royal One (purple), the Sacrificed One (red) and the Righteous One (white). The first entrance to the Outer Court represents salvation through Jesus Christ. But the door to the Holy Place (the house of God, the church) represents sanctification through Christ (Ephesians 5:23-27). This curtain was hang upon golden hooks on five pillars. The pillars were made of acacia wood overlaid with gold and stood in sockets of bronze.