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  • When the officials of Judah heard what was happening, they rushed over from the palace and sat down at the New Gate of the Temple to hold court. - Jeremiah 26:10


  • Ahikam son of Shaphan also stood with Jeremiah and persuaded the court not to turn him over to the mob to be killed. - Jeremiah 26:24


  • "For this is what the LORD Almighty says about the bronze pillars in front of the Temple, the bronze Sea in the Temple courtyard, the bronze water carts, and all the other ceremonial articles. - Jeremiah 27:19


  • This was after King Jehoiachin,* the queen mother, the court officials, the leaders of Judah, and all the craftsmen had been deported from Jerusalem.1 - Jeremiah 29:2


  • Jerusalem was under siege from the Babylonian army, and Jeremiah was imprisoned in the courtyard of the guard in the royal palace. - Jeremiah 32:2


  • While Jeremiah was still confined in the courtyard of the guard, the LORD gave him this second message: - Jeremiah 33:1


  • Yes, I will cut you apart, whether you are officials of Judah or Jerusalem, court officials, priests, or common people--for you have broken your oath. - Jeremiah 34:19


  • Baruch read Jeremiah's words to all the people from the Temple room of Gemariah son of Shaphan. This room was just off the upper courtyard of the Temple, near the New Gate entrance. - Jeremiah 36:10


  • So King Zedekiah commanded that Jeremiah not be returned to the dungeon. Instead, he was imprisoned in the courtyard of the guard in the royal palace. The king also commanded that Jeremiah be given a loaf of fresh bread every day as long as there was any left in the city. So Jeremiah was put in the palace prison. - Jeremiah 37:21


  • But Ebed-melech the Ethiopian,* an important palace official, heard that Jeremiah was in the cistern. At that time the king was holding court at the Benjamin Gate,3 - Jeremiah 38:7


  • they pulled him out. So Jeremiah was returned to the courtyard of the guard--the palace prison--where he remained. - Jeremiah 38:13


  • And Jeremiah remained a prisoner in the courtyard of the guard until the day Jerusalem was captured. - Jeremiah 38:28


  • They perverted justice in the courts. Do they think the Lord didn't see it? - Lamentations 3:36


  • He put out what seemed to be a hand and took me by the hair. Then the Spirit lifted me up into the sky and transported me in a vision of God to Jerusalem. I was taken to the north gate of the inner courtyard of the Temple, where there is a large idol that has made the LORD very angry. - Ezekiel 8:3


  • Then he brought me to the door of the Temple courtyard, where I could see an opening in the wall. - Ezekiel 8:7


  • Then he brought me into the inner courtyard of the LORD's Temple. At the entrance, between the foyer and the bronze altar, about twenty-five men were standing with their backs to the LORD's Temple. They were facing eastward, worshiping the sun! - Ezekiel 8:16


  • Six men soon appeared from the upper gate that faces north, each carrying a battle club in his hand. One of them was dressed in linen and carried a writer's case strapped to his side. They all went into the Temple courtyard and stood beside the bronze altar. - Ezekiel 9:2
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    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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