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  • Using every resource at my command, I have gathered as much as I could for building the Temple of my God. Now there is enough gold, silver, bronze, iron, and wood, as well as great quantities of onyx, other precious stones, costly jewels, and all kinds of fine stone and marble. - 1 Chronicles 29:2

  • And now because of my devotion to the Temple of my God, I am giving all of my own private treasures of gold and silver to help in the construction. This is in addition to the building materials I have already collected for his holy Temple. - 1 Chronicles 29:3

  • For the construction of the Temple of God, they gave almost 188 tons of gold,* 10,000 gold coins,* about 375 tons of silver,* about 675 tons of bronze,* and about 3,750 tons of iron.*2 - 1 Chronicles 29:7

  • "O LORD our God, even these materials that we have gathered to build a Temple to honor your holy name come from you! It all belongs to you! - 1 Chronicles 29:16

  • Give my son Solomon the wholehearted desire to obey all your commands, decrees, and principles, and to build this Temple, for which I have made all these preparations." - 1 Chronicles 29:19

  • Solomon now decided that the time had come to build a Temple for the LORD and a royal palace for himself. - 2 Chronicles 2:1

  • I am about to build a Temple to honor the name of the LORD my God. It will be a place set apart to burn incense and sweet spices before him, to display the special sacrificial bread, and to sacrifice burnt offerings each morning and evening, on the Sabbaths, at new moon celebrations, and at the other appointed festivals of the LORD our God. He has commanded Israel to do these things forever. - 2 Chronicles 2:4

  • "This will be a magnificent Temple because our God is an awesome God, greater than any other. - 2 Chronicles 2:5

  • But who can really build him a worthy home? Not even the highest heavens can contain him! So who am I to consider building a Temple for him, except as a place to burn sacrifices to him? - 2 Chronicles 2:6

  • An immense amount of timber will be needed, for the Temple I am going to build will be very large and magnificent. - 2 Chronicles 2:9

  • Blessed be the LORD, the God of Israel, who made the heavens and the earth! He has given David a wise son, gifted with skill and understanding, who will build a Temple for the LORD and a royal palace for himself. - 2 Chronicles 2:12

  • So Solomon began to build the Temple of the LORD in Jerusalem on Mount Moriah, where the LORD had appeared to Solomon's father, King David. The Temple was built on the threshing floor of Araunah* the Jebusite, the site that David had selected.1 - 2 Chronicles 3:1

  • The foundation for the Temple of God was ninety feet long and thirty feet wide.*3 - 2 Chronicles 3:3

  • The foyer at the front of the Temple was thirty feet wide, running across the entire width of the Temple. The inner walls of the foyer and the ceiling were overlaid with pure gold. The roof of the foyer was thirty feet* high.4 - 2 Chronicles 3:4

  • The main room of the Temple was paneled with cypress wood, overlaid with pure gold, and decorated with carvings of palm trees and chains. - 2 Chronicles 3:5

  • The walls of the Temple were decorated with beautiful jewels and with pure gold from the land of Parvaim. - 2 Chronicles 3:6

  • All the walls, beams, doors, and thresholds throughout the Temple were overlaid with gold, and figures of cherubim were carved on the walls. - 2 Chronicles 3:7
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    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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