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  • The offering consisted of a silver platter weighing about 3 pounds and a silver basin of about 1 pounds. These were both filled with grain offerings of choice flour mixed with olive oil. - Numbers 7:61


  • The offering consisted of a silver platter weighing about 3 pounds and a silver basin of about 1 pounds. These were both filled with grain offerings of choice flour mixed with olive oil. - Numbers 7:67


  • The offering consisted of a silver platter weighing about 3 pounds and a silver basin of about 1 pounds. These were both filled with grain offerings of choice flour mixed with olive oil. - Numbers 7:73


  • The offering consisted of a silver platter weighing about 3 pounds and a silver basin of about 1 pounds. These were both filled with grain offerings of choice flour mixed with olive oil. - Numbers 7:79


  • So this was the dedication offering for the altar, brought by the leaders of Israel at the time it was anointed: twelve silver platters, twelve silver basins, and twelve gold incense containers. - Numbers 7:84


  • In all, the silver objects weighed about 60 pounds,* about 3 pounds for each platter and 1 pounds for each basin.1 - Numbers 7:85


  • Each of these carts had four bronze wheels and bronze axles. At each corner of the carts were supporting posts for the bronze basins; these supports were decorated with carvings of wreaths on each side. - 1 Kings 7:30


  • The top of each cart had a circular frame for the basin. It projected 1 feet above the cart's top like a round pedestal, and its opening was 2 feet across; it was decorated on the outside with carvings of wreaths. The panels of the carts were square, not round. - 1 Kings 7:31


  • Huram also made ten bronze basins, one for each cart. Each basin was 6 feet across and could hold 220 gallons* of water.2 - 1 Kings 7:38


  • He also made the necessary pots, shovels, and basins. So at last Huram completed everything King Solomon had assigned him to make for the Temple of the LORD: - 1 Kings 7:40


  • the ten water carts holding the ten basins, - 1 Kings 7:43


  • the pots, the shovels, and the basins. All these utensils for the Temple of the LORD that Huram made for Solomon were made of burnished bronze. - 1 Kings 7:45


  • the cups, lamp snuffers, basins, dishes, and firepans, all of pure gold, the doors for the entrances to the Most Holy Place and the main room of the Temple, with their fronts overlaid with gold. - 1 Kings 7:50


  • The money brought to the Temple was not used for making silver cups, lamp snuffers, basins, trumpets, or other articles of gold or silver for the Temple of the LORD. - 2 Kings 12:13


  • Then the king removed the side panels and basins from the portable water carts. He also removed the Sea from the backs of the bronze oxen and placed it on the stone pavement. - 2 Kings 16:17


  • Nebuzaradan, captain of the guard, also took the firepans and basins, and all the other utensils made of pure gold or silver. - 2 Kings 25:15


  • David also designated the amount of gold for the solid gold meat hooks used to handle the sacrificial meat and for the basins, pitchers, and dishes, as well as the amount of silver for every dish. - 1 Chronicles 28:17
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    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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