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The four wheels were under the frames and the crossbars of the axles were connected to the stand. Each wheel was two and one-quarter feet 1 high.
He will retain one tribe, for my servant David’s sake and for the sake of Jerusalem, the city I have chosen out of all the tribes of Israel.
As one of them was felling a log, the ax head 1 dropped into the water. He shouted, “Oh no, 2 my master! It was borrowed!”
The bronze of the items that King Solomon made for the Lord’s temple – including the two pillars, the big bronze basin called “The Sea,” the twelve bronze bulls under “The Sea,” 1 and the movable stands – was too heavy to be weighed.
Two sons were born to Eber: the first was named Peleg, for during his lifetime the earth was divided; 1 his brother’s name was Joktan.
Likewise one of the second cherub’s wings was seven and one-half feet long and touched the other wall of the temple; its other wing was also seven and one-half feet long and touched one of the first cherub’s wings. 1
Each of the pillars was about 27 feet 1 high, about 18 feet 2 in circumference, three inches 3 thick, and hollow.
Each of the cherubim 1 had four faces: The first was the face of a cherub, 2 the second that of a man, the third that of a lion, and the fourth that of an eagle.
No one who has even a small portion of the Spirit in him does this. 1 What did our ancestor 2 do when seeking a child from God? Be attentive, then, to your own spirit, for one should not be disloyal to the wife he took in his youth. 3
“Out of our way!” 1 they cried, and “This man came to live here as a foreigner, 2 and now he dares to judge us! 3 We’ll do more harm 4 to you than to them!” They kept 5 pressing in on Lot until they were close enough 6 to break down the door.
“Then the man, the lord of the land, said to us, ‘This is how I will find out if you are honest men. Leave one of your brothers with me, and take grain 1 for your hungry households and go.
Three cups shaped like almond flowers with buds and blossoms were on the first branch, and three cups shaped like almond flowers with buds and blossoms were on the next 1 branch, and the same 2 for the six branches that were extending from the lampstand.
But two men remained in the camp; one’s name was Eldad, and the other’s name was Medad. And the spirit rested on them. (Now they were among those in the registration, 1 but had not gone to the tabernacle.) So they prophesied in the camp.
Now Saul’s son 1 had two men who were in charge of raiding units; one was named Baanah and the other Recab. They were sons of Rimmon the Beerothite, who was a Benjaminite. (Beeroth is regarded as belonging to Benjamin,
Solomon had twelve district governors appointed throughout Israel who acquired supplies for the king and his palace. Each was responsible for one month in the year.
He put the cherubs in the inner sanctuary of the temple. 1 Their wings were spread out. One of the first cherub’s wings touched one wall and one of the other cherub’s wings touched the opposite wall. The first cherub’s other wing touched the second cherub’s other wing in the middle of the room. 2
He fashioned two bronze pillars; each pillar was 27 feet 1 high and 18 feet 2 in circumference.
Elijah told the prophets of Baal, “Choose one of the bulls for yourselves and go first, for you are the majority. Invoke the name of your god, but do not light a fire.” 1
Each of the pillars was about twenty-seven feet 1 high. The bronze top of one pillar was about four and a half feet 2 high and had bronze latticework and pomegranate shaped ornaments all around it. The second pillar with its latticework was like it.
The combined wing span of the cherubs was 30 feet. 1 One of the first cherub’s wings was seven and one-half feet long and touched one wall of the temple; its other wing was also seven and one-half feet long and touched one of the second cherub’s wings. 2