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  • "Well," Abraham said, "I figured this to be a godless place. I thought, `They will want my wife and will kill me to get her.' - Genesis 20:11


  • Leah had pretty eyes,* but Rachel was beautiful in every way, with a lovely face and shapely figure.1 - Genesis 29:17


  • "Make the Tabernacle from ten sheets of fine linen. These sheets are to be decorated with blue, purple, and scarlet yarn, with figures of cherubim skillfully embroidered into them. - Exodus 26:1


  • He made two figures of cherubim out of hammered gold and placed them at the two ends of the atonement cover. - Exodus 37:7


  • Here is an inventory of the materials used in building the Tabernacle of the Covenant.* Moses directed the Levites to compile the figures, and Ithamar son of Aaron the priest served as recorder.3 - Exodus 38:21


  • The men from the Levite clans who were one month old or older numbered 23,000. But the Levites were not included in the total census figure of the people of Israel because they were not given an inheritance of land when it was divided among the Israelites. - Numbers 26:62


  • So these are the census figures of the people of Israel as prepared by Moses and Eleazar the priest on the plains of Moab beside the Jordan River, across from Jericho. - Numbers 26:63


  • So he said: "From the one who eats came something to eat; out of the strong came something sweet." Three days later they were still trying to figure it out. - Judges 14:14


  • The throne had six steps and a rounded back. On both sides of the seat were armrests, with the figure of a lion standing on each side of the throne. - 1 Kings 10:19


  • Solomon made twelve other lion figures, one standing on each end of each of the six steps. No other throne in all the world could be compared with it! - 1 Kings 10:20


  • All the walls, beams, doors, and thresholds throughout the Temple were overlaid with gold, and figures of cherubim were carved on the walls. - 2 Chronicles 3:7


  • Solomon made two figures shaped like cherubim and overlaid them with gold. These were placed in the Most Holy Place. - 2 Chronicles 3:10


  • The total wingspan of the two cherubim standing side by side was 30 feet. One wing of the first figure was 7 feet long, and it touched the Temple wall. The other wing, also 7 feet long, touched one of the wings of the second figure. - 2 Chronicles 3:11


  • In the same way, the second figure had one wing 7 feet long that touched the opposite wall. The other wing, also 7 feet long, touched the wing of the first figure. - 2 Chronicles 3:12


  • Across the entrance of the Most Holy Place, Solomon hung a curtain made of fine linen and blue, purple, and scarlet yarn, with figures of cherubim embroidered on it. - 2 Chronicles 3:14
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    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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