Cedar

Cedar

 
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  • After completing the Temple structure, Solomon put in a ceiling made of beams and planks of cedar. - 1 Kings 6:9


  • As already stated, there was a complex of rooms on three sides of the building, attached to the Temple walls by cedar timbers. Each story of the complex was 7 feet high. - 1 Kings 6:10


  • The entire inside, from floor to ceiling, was paneled with wood. He paneled the walls and ceilings with cedar, and he used cypress for the floors. - 1 Kings 6:15


  • He partitioned off an inner sanctuary--the Most Holy Place--at the far end of the Temple. It was 30 feet deep and was paneled with cedar from floor to ceiling. - 1 Kings 6:16


  • Cedar paneling completely covered the stone walls throughout the Temple, and the paneling was decorated with carvings of gourds and open flowers. - 1 Kings 6:18


  • This inner sanctuary was 30 feet long, 30 feet wide, and 30 feet high. Solomon overlaid its walls and ceiling with pure gold. He also overlaid the altar made of cedar.*4 - 1 Kings 6:20


  • The walls of the inner courtyard were built so that there was one layer of cedar beams after every three layers of hewn stone. - 1 Kings 6:36


  • One of Solomon's buildings was called the Palace of the Forest of Lebanon. It was 150 feet long, 75 feet wide, and 45 feet high.* The great cedar ceiling beams rested on four rows of cedar pillars.1 - 1 Kings 7:2


  • It had a cedar roof supported by forty-five rafters that rested on three rows of pillars, fifteen in each row. - 1 Kings 7:3


  • There was also the Hall of the Throne, also known as the Hall of Judgment, where Solomon sat to hear legal matters. It was paneled with cedar from floor to ceiling.*2 - 1 Kings 7:7


  • The costly blocks of stone used in the walls were also cut to measure, and cedar beams were also used. - 1 Kings 7:11


  • The walls of the great courtyard were built so that there was one layer of cedar beams after every three layers of hewn stone, just like the walls of the inner courtyard of the LORD's Temple with its entrance foyer. - 1 Kings 7:12


  • Solomon gave twenty towns in the land of Galilee to King Hiram of Tyre as payment for all the cedar and cypress lumber and gold he had furnished for the construction of the buildings. - 1 Kings 9:11


  • The king made silver as plentiful in Jerusalem as stones. And valuable cedarwood was as common as the sycamore wood that grows in the foothills of Judah.*7 - 1 Kings 10:27


  • But King Jehoash of Israel replied to King Amaziah of Judah with this story: "Out in the Lebanon mountains a thistle sent a message to a mighty cedar tree: `Give your daughter in marriage to my son.' But just then a wild animal came by and stepped on the thistle, crushing it! - 2 Kings 14:9


  • By your messengers you have mocked the Lord. You have said, "With my many chariots I have conquered the highest mountains-- yes, the remotest peaks of Lebanon. I have cut down its tallest cedars and its choicest cypress trees. I have reached its farthest corners and explored its deepest forests. - 2 Kings 19:23


  • Now King Hiram of Tyre sent messengers to David, along with stonemasons and carpenters to build him a palace. Hiram also sent many cedar logs for lumber. - 1 Chronicles 14:1
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    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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