The midrash refers the building of the mishkan to Kabolas Hatorah with a mashel to a king who married off his daughter. He was upset that tbe daughter moved away from him. so he decided to get close to her by building a hut next to her. Hashem wants to be close the Torah, so He told us to build a mishkan to be close to the Torah and us.
The מדרש is trying to explain the need for a משכן in the מדבר. We know the commandment to build a בית המקדש requires 2 mitzvos before you are obligated. So now we understand the חטא of asking for a מלך. This should have been done as part of the בנין הבית not like all the nation’s. Capesci?
i don’t know what you are saying. According to the Yerushalmi Maaser Sheni (5,2) quoted by the Tosfas Yom Tov there, the Binyan Beis Hamikdash will come before tbe coming of Meshiach and the one of fire will be lowered on the top of our builing as explained by the Aim Habonim Samecha Chapter 3.
When klal yisroel asked Hashem for a king and a leader to lead them in Navi etc… Hashem was not happy cause Hashem is supposed and is our king and leader already and runs the entire world besides watching over his loving nation and children klal yisroel
They say that the Jews by Shmuel used the expressuon kechol hagoyim, a king like others. It says that if you want to have king like other nations, you can have one but not like other nations. It does not say som tosim alecha melech kechol hagoyim.