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  • They cut tunnels in the rocks and uncover precious stones. - Job 28:10

  • the priest must order that the stones from those areas be removed. The contaminated material will then be thrown into an area outside the town designated as ceremonially unclean. - Leviticus 14:40

  • Other stones will be brought in to replace the ones that were removed, and the walls will be replastered. - Leviticus 14:42

  • It must be torn down, and all its stones, timbers, and plaster must be carried out of town to the place designated as ceremonially unclean. - Leviticus 14:45

  • "Do not make idols or set up carved images, sacred pillars, or shaped stones to be worshiped in your land. I, the LORD, am your God. - Leviticus 26:1

  • The witnesses must throw the first stones, and then all the people will join in. In this way, you will purge all evil from among you. - Deuteronomy 17:7

  • When you cross the Jordan River and enter the land the LORD your God is giving you, set up some large stones and coat them with plaster. - Deuteronomy 27:2

  • When you cross the Jordan, set up these stones at Mount Ebal and coat them with plaster, as I am commanding you today. - Deuteronomy 27:4

  • Then build an altar there to the LORD your God, using natural stones. - Deuteronomy 27:5

  • Do not shape the stones with an iron tool. On the altar you must offer burnt offerings to the LORD your God. - Deuteronomy 27:6

  • On the stones coated with plaster, you must clearly write all the terms of this law." - Deuteronomy 27:8

  • Tell the men to take twelve stones from where the priests are standing in the middle of the Jordan and pile them up at the place where you camp tonight." - Joshua 4:3

  • and told them, "Go into the middle of the Jordan, in front of the Ark of the LORD your God. Each of you must pick up one stone and carry it out on your shoulder--twelve stones in all, one for each of the twelve tribes. - Joshua 4:5

  • We will use these stones to build a memorial. In the future, your children will ask, `What do these stones mean to you?' - Joshua 4:6

  • Then you can tell them, `They remind us that the Jordan River stopped flowing when the Ark of the LORD's covenant went across.' These stones will stand as a permanent memorial among the people of Israel." - Joshua 4:7

  • So the men did as Joshua told them. They took twelve stones from the middle of the Jordan River, one for each tribe, just as the LORD had commanded Joshua. They carried them to the place where they camped for the night and constructed the memorial there. - Joshua 4:8

  • Joshua also built another memorial of twelve stones in the middle of the Jordan, at the place where the priests who carried the Ark of the Covenant were standing. The memorial remains there to this day. - Joshua 4:9
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    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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