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  • The courtyard entrance was on the east side, flanked by two curtains. The curtain on the right side was 22 feet long and was supported by three posts set into three bases. - Exodus 38:14


  • All the curtains used in the courtyard walls were made of fine linen. - Exodus 38:16


  • The curtain that covered the entrance to the courtyard was made of fine linen cloth and embroidered with blue, purple, and scarlet yarn. It was 30 feet long and 7 feet high, just like the curtains of the courtyard walls. - Exodus 38:18


  • All the tent pegs used in the Tabernacle and courtyard were made of bronze. - Exodus 38:20


  • Bronze was also used to make the bases for the posts that supported the curtains around the courtyard, the bases for the curtain at the entrance of the courtyard, and all the tent pegs used to hold the curtains of the courtyard in place. - Exodus 38:31


  • The guards lit a fire in the courtyard and sat around it, and Peter joined them there. - Luke 22:55


  • And Peter left the courtyard, crying bitterly. - Luke 22:62


  • On Paul's arrival in court, the Jewish leaders from Jerusalem gathered around and made many serious accusations they couldn't prove. - Acts 25:7


  • But Paul replied, "No! This is the official Roman court, so I ought to be tried right here. You know very well I am not guilty. - Acts 25:10


  • the curtains for the walls of the courtyard and the posts and bases holding them up; the curtain at the courtyard entrance; the cords and tent pegs; all the articles used in the operation of the Tabernacle; - Exodus 39:40


  • Then set up the courtyard around the outside of the tent, and hang the curtain for the courtyard entrance. - Exodus 40:8


  • Then he hung the curtains forming the courtyard around the Tabernacle and the altar. And he set up the curtain at the entrance of the courtyard. So at last Moses finished the work. - Exodus 40:33


  • After burning this handful, the rest of the flour will belong to Aaron and his sons for their food. It must, however, be baked without yeast and eaten in a sacred place within the courtyard of the Tabernacle.*2 - Leviticus 6:16


  • The priest who offers the sacrifice may eat his portion in a sacred place within the courtyard of the Tabernacle. - Leviticus 6:26


  • the curtains of the courtyard that surrounded the Tabernacle and altar, the curtain at the courtyard entrance, the cords, and all the equipment related to their use. - Numbers 3:26


  • They were also responsible for the posts of the courtyard and all their bases, pegs, and cords. - Numbers 3:37


  • They are also to carry the curtains for the courtyard walls that surround the Tabernacle and altar, the curtain across the courtyard entrance, the necessary cords, and all the altar's accessories. The Gershonites are responsible for transporting all these items. - Numbers 4:26
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    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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