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  • He also built the Hall of Pillars, which was 75 feet long and 45 feet wide. There was a porch at its front, covered by a canopy that was supported by pillars. - 1 Kings 7:6


  • Huram cast two bronze pillars, each 27 feet tall and 18 feet in circumference. - 1 Kings 7:15


  • For the tops of the pillars he made capitals of molded bronze, each 7 feet tall. - 1 Kings 7:16


  • He also made two rows of pomegranates that encircled the latticework to decorate the capitals over the pillars. - 1 Kings 7:18


  • Each capital on the two pillars had two hundred pomegranates in two rows around them, beside the rounded surface next to the latticework. - 1 Kings 7:20


  • Huram set the pillars at the entrance of the Temple, one toward the south and one toward the north. He named the one on the south Jakin, and the one on the north Boaz.*4 - 1 Kings 7:21


  • The capitals on the pillars were shaped like lilies. And so the work on the pillars was finished. - 1 Kings 7:22


  • two pillars, two bowl-shaped capitals on top of the pillars, two networks of chains that decorated the capitals, - 1 Kings 7:41


  • four hundred pomegranates that hung from the chains on the capitals (two rows of pomegranates for each of the chain networks that were hung around the capitals on top of the pillars), - 1 Kings 7:42


  • They built pagan shrines and set up sacred pillars and Asherah poles on every high hill and under every green tree. - 1 Kings 14:23


  • He did what was evil in the LORD's sight, but he was not as wicked as his father and mother. He at least tore down the sacred pillar of Baal that his father had set up. - 2 Kings 3:2


  • They dragged out the sacred pillar used in the worship of Baal and destroyed it. - 2 Kings 10:26


  • They broke down the sacred pillar of Baal and wrecked the temple of Baal, converting it into a public toilet. That is what it is used for to this day. - 2 Kings 10:27


  • And she saw the newly crowned king standing in his place of authority by the pillar, as was the custom at times of coronation. The officers and trumpeters were surrounding him, and people from all over the land were rejoicing and blowing trumpets. When Athaliah saw all this, she tore her clothes in despair and shouted, "Treason! Treason!" - 2 Kings 11:14


  • They set up sacred pillars and Asherah poles at the top of every hill and under every green tree. - 2 Kings 17:10


  • He removed the pagan shrines, smashed the sacred pillars, and knocked down the Asherah poles. He broke up the bronze serpent that Moses had made, because the people of Israel had begun to worship it by burning incense to it. The bronze serpent was called Nehushtan.*2 - 2 Kings 18:4


  • The king took his place of authority beside the pillar and renewed the covenant in the LORD's presence. He pledged to obey the LORD by keeping all his commands, regulations, and laws with all his heart and soul. In this way, he confirmed all the terms of the covenant that were written in the scroll, and all the people pledged themselves to the covenant. - 2 Kings 23:3
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    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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