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  • The first day he returns to work and enters the inner courtyard and the sanctuary, he must offer a sin offering for himself, says the Sovereign LORD. - Ezekiel 44:27


  • The priest will take some of the blood of this sin offering and put it on the doorposts of the Temple, the four corners of the upper ledge on the altar, and the gateposts at the entrance to the inner courtyard. - Ezekiel 45:19


  • Whenever the prince offers a voluntary burnt offering or peace offering to the LORD, the east gateway to the inner courtyard will be opened for him to enter, and he will offer his sacrifices just as he does on Sabbath days. Then he will turn and leave the way he entered, and the gateway will be shut behind him. - Ezekiel 46:12


  • He explained, "This is where the priests will cook the meat from the guilt offerings and sin offerings and bake the flour from the grain offerings into bread. They will do it here to avoid carrying the sacrifices through the outer courtyard and harming the people by transmitting holiness to them." - Ezekiel 46:20


  • Then he brought me back to the outer courtyard and led me to each of its four corners. In each corner I saw an enclosure. - Ezekiel 46:21


  • The king assigned them a daily ration of the best food and wine from his own kitchens. They were to be trained for a three-year period, and then some of them would be made his advisers in the royal court. - Daniel 1:5


  • At Daniel's request, the king appointed Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego to be in charge of all the affairs of the province of Babylon, while Daniel remained in the king's court. - Daniel 2:49


  • and a river of fire flowed from his presence. Millions of angels ministered to him, and a hundred million stood to attend him. Then the court began its session, and the books were opened. - Daniel 7:10


  • "But then the court will pass judgment, and all his power will be taken away and completely destroyed. - Daniel 7:26


  • For I know the vast number of your sins and rebellions. You oppress good people by taking bribes and deprive the poor of justice in the courts. - Amos 5:12


  • Hate evil and love what is good; remodel your courts into true halls of justice. Perhaps even yet the LORD God Almighty will have mercy on his people who remain.*2 - Amos 5:15


  • The law has become paralyzed and useless, and there is no justice given in the courts. The wicked far outnumber the righteous, and justice is perverted with bribes and trickery. - Habakkuk 1:4


  • "This is what the LORD Almighty says: If you follow my ways and obey my requirements, then you will be given authority over my Temple and its courtyards. I will let you walk in and out of my presence along with these others standing here. - Zechariah 3:7


  • But this is what you must do: Tell the truth to each other. Render verdicts in your courts that are just and that lead to peace. - Zechariah 8:16


  • Come to terms quickly with your enemy before it is too late and you are dragged into court, handed over to an officer, and thrown in jail. - Matthew 5:25


  • If you are ordered to court and your shirt is taken from you, give your coat, too. - Matthew 5:40


  • But beware! For you will be handed over to the courts and beaten in the synagogues. - Matthew 10:17
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    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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