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Stop putting your confidence in the false belief that says, 1 “We are safe! 2 The temple of the Lord is here! The temple of the Lord is here! The temple of the Lord is here!” 3
When the enemies of Judah and Benjamin learned that the former exiles 1 were building a temple for the Lord God of Israel,
But as for me, 1 because of your great faithfulness I will enter your house; 2 I will bow down toward your holy temple as I worship you. 3
Then 1 our sons will be like plants, that quickly grow to full size. 2 Our daughters will be like corner pillars, 3 carved like those in a palace. 4
After twelve months, he happened to be walking around on the battlements 1 of the royal palace of Babylon.
I thought 1 I had been banished from your sight, 2 that I would never again 3 see your holy temple! 4
Then he brought me to the inner court of the Lord’s house. Right there 1 at the entrance to the Lord’s temple, between the porch and the altar, 2 were about twenty-five 3 men with their backs to the Lord’s temple, 4 facing east – they were worshiping the sun 5 toward the east!
On one occasion in Shiloh, after they had finished eating and drinking, Hannah got up. 1 (Now at the time Eli the priest was sitting in his chair 2 by the doorpost of the Lord’s temple.)
The porch in front of the main hall of the temple was 30 feet 1 long, corresponding to the width of the temple. It was 15 feet 2 wide, extending out from the front of the temple.
After this the following episode took place. 1 Naboth the Jezreelite owned a vineyard in Jezreel adjacent to the palace of King Ahab of Samaria. 2
At that time King Hezekiah of Judah stripped the metal overlays from the doors of the Lord’s temple and from the posts which he had plated 1 and gave them to the king of Assyria.
But once he became powerful, his pride destroyed him. 1 He disobeyed 2 the Lord his God. He entered the Lord’s temple to offer incense on the incense altar.
He did what the Lord approved, just as his father Uzziah had done. 1 (He did not, however, have the audacity to enter the temple.) 2 Yet the people were still sinning.
A psalm of Asaph. O God, foreigners 2 have invaded your chosen land; 3 they have polluted your holy temple and turned Jerusalem 4 into a heap of ruins.
I will bow down toward your holy temple, and give thanks to your name, because of your loyal love and faithfulness, for you have exalted your promise above the entire sky. 1
The women singing in the temple 1 will wail in that day.” The sovereign Lord is speaking. “There will be many corpses littered everywhere! 2 Be quiet!”
When my life 1 was ebbing away, 2 I called out to 3 the Lord, and my prayer came to your holy temple. 4
Then say to him, ‘The Lord who rules over all says, “Look – here is the man whose name is Branch, 1 who will sprout up from his place and build the temple of the Lord.
When the builders established the Lord’s temple, the priests, ceremonially attired and with their clarions, 1 and the Levites (the sons of Asaph) with their cymbals, stood to praise the Lord according to the instructions left by 2 King David of Israel. 3
As he approached the den, he called out to Daniel in a worried voice, 1 “Daniel, servant of the living God, was your God whom you continually serve able to rescue you from the lions?”