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“This month is to be your beginning of months; it will be your first month of the year. 1
“On the first day of the first month you are to set up 1 the tabernacle, the tent of meeting.
So David hid in the field. When the new moon came, the king sat down to eat his meal.
All the men of Israel assembled before the king during the festival 1 in the seventh month. 2
On the day of the new moon he will offer 1 an unblemished young bull, and six lambs and a ram, all without blemish.
The waters kept on receding 1 until the tenth month. On the first day of the tenth month, the tops of the mountains became visible. 2
this is in addition to the monthly burnt offering and its grain offering, and the daily burnt offering with its grain offering and their drink offerings as prescribed, as a sweet aroma, a sacrifice made by fire to the Lord.
In the eleventh year, in the month Bul 1 (the eighth month) the temple was completed in accordance with all its specifications and blueprints. It took seven years to build. 2
All the men of Israel assembled before King Solomon during the festival 1 in the month Ethanim 2 (the seventh month).
Dodai the Ahohite was in charge of the division assigned the second month; Mikloth was the next in rank. 1 His division consisted of 24,000 men.
The eleventh, assigned the eleventh month, was Benaiah the Pirathonite, an Ephraimite. His division consisted of 24,000 men.
The twelfth, assigned the twelfth month, was Heldai the Netophathite, a descendant of Othniel. His division consisted of 24,000 men.
When the seventh month arrived and the Israelites 1 were living 2 in their 3 towns, the people assembled 4 in 5 Jerusalem. 6
The priests, the Levites, the gatekeepers, the singers, some of the people, the temple servants, and all the rest of Israel lived in their cities.When the seventh month arrived and the Israelites 1 were settled in their cities, 2
However, some of the officials 1 of Judah heard about what was happening 2 and they rushed up to the Lord’s temple from the royal palace. They set up court 3 at the entrance of the New Gate of the Lord’s temple. 4
You say, “When will the new moon festival 1 be over, 2 so we can sell grain? When will the Sabbath end, 3 so we can open up the grain bins? 4 We’re eager 5 to sell less for a higher price, 6 and to cheat the buyer with rigged scales! 7
But the next morning, the second day of the new moon, David’s place was still vacant. So Saul said to his son Jonathan, “Why has Jesse’s son not come to the meal yesterday or today?”
Jonathan got up from the table enraged. He did not eat any food on that second day of the new moon, for he was upset that his father had humiliated David. 1
In the four hundred and eightieth year after the Israelites left Egypt, in the fourth year of Solomon’s reign over Israel, during the month Ziv 1 (the second month), he began building the Lord’s temple.
At that time Baruch went into the temple of the Lord. He stood in the entrance of the room of Gemariah the son of Shaphan who had been the royal secretary. 1 That room was in the upper court 2 near the entrance of the New Gate. 3 There, where all the people could hear him, he read from the scroll what Jeremiah had said. 4