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  • Jehoshaphat stood before the people of Judah and Jerusalem in front of the new courtyard at the Temple of the LORD. - 2 Chronicles 20:5


  • Another third will go over to the royal palace, and the final third will be at the Foundation Gate. Everyone else should stay in the courtyards of the LORD's Temple. - 2 Chronicles 23:5


  • Whenever the chest became full, the Levites carried it to the king's officials. Then the court secretary and an officer of the high priest counted the money and took the chest back to the Temple again. This went on day after day, and a large amount of money was collected. - 2 Chronicles 24:11


  • Then the leaders plotted to kill Zechariah, and by order of King Joash himself, they stoned him to death in the courtyard of the LORD's Temple. - 2 Chronicles 24:21


  • He summoned the priests and Levites to meet him at the courtyard east of the Temple. - 2 Chronicles 29:4


  • The priests went into the sanctuary of the Temple of the LORD to cleanse it, and they took out to the Temple courtyard all the defiled things they found. From there the Levites carted it all out to the Kidron Valley. - 2 Chronicles 29:16


  • He put these altars for the stars of heaven in both courtyards of the LORD's Temple. - 2 Chronicles 33:5


  • Hilkiah said to Shaphan the court secretary, "I have found the Book of the Law in the LORD's Temple!" Then Hilkiah gave the scroll to Shaphan. - 2 Chronicles 34:15


  • Then he gave these orders to Hilkiah, Ahikam son of Shaphan, Acbor son of Micaiah,* Shaphan the court secretary, and Asaiah the king's personal adviser:1 - 2 Chronicles 34:20


  • Rehum* the governor and Shimshai the court secretary wrote the letter, telling King Artaxerxes about the situation in Jerusalem.3 - Ezra 4:8


  • Then Artaxerxes made this reply: "To Rehum the governor, Shimshai the court secretary, and their colleagues living in Samaria and throughout the province west of the Euphrates River. - Ezra 4:17


  • Palal son of Uzai carried on the work from a point opposite the buttress and the corner to the upper tower that projects from the king's house beside the court of the guard. Next to him were Pedaiah son of Parosh - Nehemiah 3:25


  • So the people went out and cut branches and used them to build shelters on the roofs of their houses, in their courtyards, in the courtyards of God's Temple, or in the squares just inside the Water Gate and the Ephraim Gate. - Nehemiah 8:16


  • When I arrived back in Jerusalem and learned the extent of this evil deed of Eliashib--that he had provided Tobiah with a room in the courtyards of the Temple of God-- - Nehemiah 13:7


  • When it was all over, the king gave a special banquet for all the palace servants and officials--from the greatest to the least. It lasted for seven days and was held at Susa in the courtyard of the palace garden. - Esther 1:5


  • The courtyard was decorated with beautifully woven white and blue linen hangings, fastened by purple ribbons to silver rings embedded in marble pillars. Gold and silver couches stood on a mosaic pavement of porphyry, marble, mother-of-pearl, and other costly stones. - Esther 1:6


  • Every day Mordecai would take a walk near the courtyard of the harem to ask about Esther and to find out what was happening to her. - Esther 2:11
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    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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