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  • Shebaniah, Joshaphat, Nethanel, Amasai, Zechariah, Benaiah, and Eliezer--all of whom were priests--were chosen to blow the trumpets as they marched in front of the Ark of God. Obed-edom and Jehiah were chosen to guard the Ark. - 1 Chronicles 15:24


  • They were assigned by families for guard duty at the various gates, without regard to age or training, for it was all decided by means of sacred lots. - 1 Chronicles 26:13


  • Shuppim and Hosah were assigned the west gate and the gateway leading up to the Temple.* Guard duties were divided evenly.2 - 1 Chronicles 26:16


  • And now, O LORD, God of Israel, carry out your further promise to your servant David, my father. For you said to him, `If your descendants guard their behavior and obey my law as you have done, they will always reign over Israel.' - 2 Chronicles 6:16


  • Whenever the king went to the Temple of the LORD, the guards would carry them along and then return them to the guardroom. - 2 Chronicles 12:11


  • He stationed the guards 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 Chronicles 23:10


  • The musicians, descendants of Asaph, were in their assigned places, following the orders given by David, Asaph, Heman, and Jeduthun, the king's seer. The gatekeepers guarded the gates and did not need to leave their posts of duty, for their meals were brought to them by their fellow Levites. - 2 Chronicles 35:15


  • Guard these treasures well until you present them, without an ounce lost, to the leading priests, the Levites, and the leaders of Israel at the storerooms of the LORD's Temple in Jerusalem." - Ezra 8:29


  • 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


  • But we prayed to our God and guarded the city day and night to protect ourselves. - Nehemiah 4:9


  • So I placed armed guards behind the lowest parts of the wall in the exposed areas. I stationed the people to stand guard by families, armed with swords, spears, and bows. - Nehemiah 4:13


  • But from then on, only half my men worked while the other half stood guard with spears, shields, bows, and coats of mail. The officers stationed themselves behind the people of Judah - Nehemiah 4:16


  • We worked early and late, from sunrise to sunset. And half the men were always on guard. - Nehemiah 4:21


  • I also told everyone living outside the walls to move into Jerusalem. That way they and their servants could go on guard duty at night as well as work during the day. - Nehemiah 4:22


  • During this time, none of us--not I, nor my relatives, nor my servants, nor the guards who were with me--ever took off our clothes. We carried our weapons with us at all times, even when we went for water.*3 - Nehemiah 4:23


  • I said to them, "Do not leave the gates open during the hottest part of the day.* And while the gatekeepers are still on duty, have them shut and bar the doors. Appoint the residents of Jerusalem to act as guards, everyone on a regular watch. Some will serve at their regular posts and some in front of their own homes."1 - Nehemiah 7:3


  • From the gatekeepers: Akkub, Talmon, and 172 of their associates, who guarded the gates. - Nehemiah 11:19
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    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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