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  • Inside the inner courtyard there were two one-room buildings for the singers, one beside the north gateway, facing south, and the other beside the south* gateway, facing north.2 - Ezekiel 40:44


  • Then the man measured the inner courtyard and found it to be 175 feet square. The altar stood there in the courtyard in front of the Temple. - Ezekiel 40:47


  • and the row of rooms along the outer wall of the inner courtyard. This open area measured 35 feet in width, and it went all the way around the Temple. - Ezekiel 41:10


  • A large building stood on the west, facing the Temple courtyard. It was 122 feet wide and 157 feet long, and its walls were 8 feet thick. - Ezekiel 41:12


  • Then the man measured the Temple, and he found it to be 175 feet long. The courtyard around the building, including its walls, was an additional 175 feet in length. - Ezekiel 41:13


  • The inner courtyard to the east of the Temple was also 175 feet wide. - Ezekiel 41:14


  • Then the man led me out of the Temple courtyard by way of the north gateway. We entered the outer courtyard and came to a group of rooms against the north wall of the inner courtyard. - Ezekiel 42:1


  • One block of rooms overlooked the 35-foot width of the inner courtyard. Another block of rooms looked out onto the pavement of the outer courtyard. The two blocks were built three levels high and stood across from each other. - Ezekiel 42:3


  • Since there were three levels and they did not have supporting columns as in the courtyards, each of the upper levels was set back from the level beneath it. - Ezekiel 42:6


  • There was an outer wall that separated the rooms from the outer courtyard; it was 87 feet long. - Ezekiel 42:7


  • There was an entrance from the outer courtyard to these rooms from the east. - Ezekiel 42:9


  • On the south* side of the Temple there were two blocks of rooms just south of the inner courtyard between the Temple and the outer courtyard. These rooms were arranged just like the rooms on the north.2 - Ezekiel 42:10


  • When the priests leave the Holy Place, they must not go directly to the outer courtyard. They must first take off the clothes they wore while ministering because these clothes are holy. They must put on other clothes before entering the parts of the building complex open to the public." - Ezekiel 42:14


  • Then the Spirit took me up and brought me into the inner courtyard, and the glory of the LORD filled the Temple. - Ezekiel 43:5


  • When they enter the gateway to the inner courtyard, they must wear only linen clothing. They must wear no wool while on duty in the inner courtyard or in the Temple itself. - Ezekiel 44:17


  • When they return to the outer courtyard where the people are, they must take off the clothes they wear while ministering to me. They must leave them in the sacred rooms and put on other clothes so they do not harm the people by transmitting holiness to them through this clothing. - Ezekiel 44:19


  • The priests must never drink wine before entering the inner courtyard. - Ezekiel 44:21
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    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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