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(1.00)Joh 11:18

(Now Bethany was less than two miles 1  from Jerusalem, 2 

(0.97)Mat 5:41

And if anyone forces you to go one mile, 1  go with him two.

(0.64)Luk 24:13

Now 1  that very day two of them 2  were on their way to a village called Emmaus, about seven miles 3  from Jerusalem. 4 

(0.64)Joh 6:19

Then, when they had rowed about three or four miles, 1  they caught sight of Jesus walking on the lake, 2  approaching the boat, and they were frightened.

(0.53)Rev 14:20

Then 1  the winepress was stomped 2  outside the city, and blood poured out of the winepress up to the height of horses’ bridles 3  for a distance of almost two hundred miles. 4 

(0.49)Eze 45:3

From this measured area you will measure a length of eight and a quarter miles 1  and a width of three and one-third miles; 2  in it will be the sanctuary, the most holy place.

(0.49)Eze 48:9

The allotment you set apart to the Lord will be eight and a quarter miles 1  in length and three and one-third miles 2  in width.

(0.45)Eze 48:13

“Alongside the border of the priests, the Levites will have an allotment eight and a quarter miles 1  in length and three and one-third miles 2  in width. The whole length will be eight and a quarter miles 3  and the width three and one-third miles. 4 

(0.43)Eze 45:5

An area eight and a quarter miles 1  in length and three and one-third miles 2  in width will be for the Levites, who minister at the temple, as the place for the cities 3  in which they will live.

(0.43)Eze 45:6

“‘Alongside the portion set apart as the holy allotment, you will allot for the city an area one and two-thirds miles 1  wide and eight and a quarter miles 2  long; it will be for the whole house of Israel.

(0.43)Eze 48:15

“The remainder, one and two-thirds miles 1  in width and eight and a quarter miles 2  in length, will be for common use by the city, for houses and for open space. The city will be in the middle of it;

(0.43)Eze 48:16

these will be its measurements: The north side will be one and one-half miles, 1  the south side one and one-half miles, the east side one and one-half miles, and the west side one and one-half miles.

(0.43)Rev 21:16

Now 1  the city is laid out as a square, 2  its length and width the same. He 3  measured the city with the measuring rod 4  at fourteen hundred miles 5  (its length and width and height are equal).

(0.43)Eze 48:10

These will be the allotments for the holy portion: for the priests, toward the north eight and a quarter miles 1  in length, toward the west three and one-third miles 2  in width, toward the east three and one-third miles 3  in width, and toward the south eight and a quarter miles 4  in length; the sanctuary of the Lord will be in the middle.

(0.40)Eze 48:20

The whole allotment will be eight and a quarter miles 1  square, you must set apart the holy allotment with the possession of the city.

(0.39)Eze 48:18

The remainder of the length alongside the holy allotment will be three and one-third miles 1  to the east and three and one-third miles toward the west, and it will be beside the holy allotment. Its produce will be for food for the workers of the city.

(0.37)Eze 45:1

“‘When you allot the land as an inheritance, you will offer an allotment 1  to the Lord, a holy portion from the land; the length will be eight and a quarter miles 2  and the width three and one-third miles. 3  This entire area will be holy. 4 

(0.36)Eze 48:30

“These are the exits of the city: On the north side, one and one-half miles 1  by measure,

(0.35)Eze 48:35

The circumference of the city will be six miles. 1  The name of the city from that day forward will be: ‘The Lord Is There.’” 2 

(0.35)Act 1:12

Then they returned to Jerusalem 1  from the mountain 2  called the Mount of Olives 3  (which is near Jerusalem, a Sabbath day’s journey 4  away).



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