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  • All of King Solomon's drinking cups were solid gold, as were all the utensils in the Palace of the Forest of Lebanon. They were not made of silver because silver was considered of little value in Solomon's day! - 2 Chronicles 9:20


  • So King Shishak of Egypt came to Jerusalem and took away all the treasures of the Temple of the LORD and of the royal palace, including all of Solomon's gold shields. - 2 Chronicles 12:9


  • Asa responded by taking the silver and gold from the treasuries of the LORD's Temple and from the royal palace. He sent it to King Ben-hadad of Aram, who was ruling in Damascus, along with this message: - 2 Chronicles 16:2


  • They marched against Judah, broke down its defenses, and carried away everything of value in the royal palace, including his sons and his wives. Only his youngest son, Ahaziah,* was spared.3 - 2 Chronicles 21:17


  • 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


  • So they seized her and led her out to the gate where horses enter the palace grounds, and they killed her there. - 2 Chronicles 23:15


  • Then the commanders, nobles, rulers, and all the people escorted the king from the Temple of the LORD. They went through the Upper Gate and into the palace, and they seated the king on the royal throne. - 2 Chronicles 23:20


  • He carried off all the gold and silver and all the utensils from the Temple of God that had been in the care of Obed-edom. He also seized the treasures of the royal palace, along with hostages, and then returned to Samaria. - 2 Chronicles 25:24


  • So King Uzziah had leprosy until the day he died. He lived in isolation, excluded from the Temple of the LORD. His son Jotham was put in charge of the royal palace, and he governed the people of the land. - 2 Chronicles 26:21


  • Then Zicri, a warrior from Ephraim, killed Maaseiah, the king's son; Azrikam, the king's palace commander; and Elkanah, the king's second-in-command. - 2 Chronicles 28:7


  • Ahaz took valuable items from the LORD's Temple, the royal palace, and from the homes of his officials and gave them to the king of Assyria as tribute. But even this did not help him. - 2 Chronicles 28:21


  • When Manasseh died, he was buried at his palace. Then his son Amon became the next king. - 2 Chronicles 33:20


  • At last Amon's own officials plotted against him and assassinated him in his palace. - 2 Chronicles 33:24


  • Nebuchadnezzar also took some of the treasures from the Temple of the LORD, and he placed them in his palace* in Babylon.3 - 2 Chronicles 36:7


  • The king also took home to Babylon all the utensils, large and small, used in the Temple of God, and the treasures from both the LORD's Temple and the royal palace. He also took with him all the royal princes. - 2 Chronicles 36:18


  • Then his army set fire to the Temple of God, broke down the walls of Jerusalem, burned all the palaces, and completely destroyed everything of value.*7 - 2 Chronicles 36:19


  • 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
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    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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