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  • The other two units who are off duty on the Sabbath must stand guard for the king at the LORD's Temple. - 2 Kings 11:7


  • The guards stationed themselves around the king, with their weapons ready. They formed a line from the south side of the Temple around to the north side and all around the altar. - 2 Kings 11:11


  • When Athaliah heard all the noise made by the guards and the people, she hurried to the LORD's Temple to see what was happening. - 2 Kings 11:13


  • And all the people of the land went over to the temple of Baal and tore it down. They demolished the altars and smashed the idols to pieces, and they killed Mattan the priest of Baal in front of the altars. Jehoiada the priest stationed guards at the Temple of the LORD. - 2 Kings 11:18


  • Then the commanders, the Carite mercenaries, the guards, and all the people of the land escorted the king from the Temple of the LORD. They went through the gate of the guards and into the palace, and the king took his seat on the royal throne. - 2 Kings 11:19


  • Then Jehoiada the priest bored a hole in the lid of a large chest and set it on the right-hand side of the altar at the entrance of the Temple of the LORD. The priests guarding the entrance put all of the people's contributions into the chest. - 2 Kings 12:9


  • On August 14 of that year,* which was the nineteenth year of Nebuchadnezzar's reign, Nebuzaradan, captain of the guard, an official of the Babylonian king, arrived in Jerusalem.4 - 2 Kings 25:8


  • Then the captain of the guard supervised the entire Babylonian* army as they tore down the walls of Jerusalem.5 - 2 Kings 25:10


  • Nebuzaradan, captain of the guard, then took as exiles those who remained in the city, along with the rest of the people and the troops who had declared their allegiance to the king of Babylon. - 2 Kings 25:11


  • But the captain of the guard allowed some of the poorest people to stay behind in Judah to care for the vineyards and fields. - 2 Kings 25:12


  • Nebuzaradan, captain of the guard, also took the firepans and basins, and all the other utensils made of pure gold or silver. - 2 Kings 25:15


  • The captain of the guard took with him as prisoners Seraiah the chief priest, his assistant Zephaniah, and the three chief gatekeepers. - 2 Kings 25:18


  • Shallum was the son of Kore, a descendant of Abiasaph,* from the clan of Korah. He and his relatives, the Korahites, were responsible for guarding the entrance to the sanctuary, just as their ancestors had guarded the Tabernacle in the camp of the LORD.1 - 1 Chronicles 9:19


  • And later Zechariah son of Meshelemiah had been responsible for guarding the entrance to the Tabernacle.*2 - 1 Chronicles 9:21


  • These gatekeepers and their descendants, by their divisions, were responsible for guarding the entrance to the house of the LORD, the house that was formerly a tent. - 1 Chronicles 9:23


  • They would spend the night around the house of God, since it was their duty to guard it. It was also their job to open the gates every morning. - 1 Chronicles 9:27


  • Berekiah and Elkanah were chosen to guard the Ark. - 1 Chronicles 15:23
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    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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