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  • For the front of the Temple, Solomon made two pillars that were 27 feet* tall, each topped by a capital extending upward another 7 feet.7 - 2 Chronicles 3:15

  • Solomon also made a bronze altar 30 feet long, 30 feet wide, and 15 feet high.*1 - 2 Chronicles 4:1

  • Solomon then cast ten gold lampstands according to the specifications that had been given and put them in the Temple. Five were placed against the south wall, and five were placed against the north wall. - 2 Chronicles 4:7

  • Solomon also built a courtyard for the priests and the large outer courtyard. He made doors for the courtyard entrances and overlaid them with bronze. - 2 Chronicles 4:9

  • Huram-abi also made the necessary pots, shovels, and basins. So at last Huram-abi completed everything King Solomon had assigned him to make for the Temple of God: - 2 Chronicles 4:11

  • the pots, the shovels, the meat hooks, and all the related utensils. Huram-abi made all these things out of burnished bronze for the Temple of the LORD, just as King Solomon had requested. - 2 Chronicles 4:16

  • So Solomon made all the furnishings for the Temple of God: the gold altar; the tables for the Bread of the Presence; - 2 Chronicles 4:19

  • When Solomon had finished all the work related to building the Temple of the LORD, he brought in the gifts dedicated by his father, King David, including all the silver and gold and all the utensils. These were stored in the treasuries of the Temple of God. - 2 Chronicles 5:1

  • Solomon then summoned the leaders of all the tribes and families of Israel to assemble in Jerusalem. They were to bring the Ark of the LORD's covenant from its location in the City of David, also known as Zion, to its new place in the Temple. - 2 Chronicles 5:2

  • King Solomon and the entire community of Israel sacrificed sheep and oxen before the Ark in such numbers that no one could keep count! - 2 Chronicles 5:6

  • Then Solomon prayed, "O LORD, you have said that you would live in thick darkness. - 2 Chronicles 6:1

  • Then Solomon said, "My father, David, wanted to build this Temple to honor the name of the LORD, the God of Israel. - 2 Chronicles 6:7

  • Then Solomon stood with his hands spread out before the altar of the LORD in front of the entire community of Israel. - 2 Chronicles 6:12

  • When Solomon finished praying, fire flashed down from heaven and burned up the burnt offerings and sacrifices, and the glorious presence of the LORD filled the Temple. - 2 Chronicles 7:1

  • King Solomon offered a sacrifice of 22,000 oxen and 120,000 sheep. And so the king and all the people dedicated the Temple of God. - 2 Chronicles 7:5

  • Solomon then dedicated the central area of the courtyard in front of the LORD's Temple so they could present burnt offerings and the fat from peace offerings there. He did this because the bronze altar he had built could not handle all the burnt offerings, grain offerings, and sacrificial fat. - 2 Chronicles 7:7

  • Then at the end of the celebration,* Solomon sent the people home. They were all joyful and happy because the LORD had been so good to David and Solomon and to his people Israel.2 - 2 Chronicles 7:10
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    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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