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  • Someone reported to Abimelech that the people were gathered together in the temple, - Judges 9:47


  • So each of them cut down some branches, following Abimelech's example. They piled the branches against the walls of the temple and set them on fire. So all the people who had lived in the tower of Shechem died, about a thousand men and women. - Judges 9:49


  • Half drunk by now, the people demanded, "Bring out Samson so he can perform for us!" So he was brought from the prison and made to stand at the center of the temple, between the two pillars supporting the roof. - Judges 16:25


  • The temple was completely filled with people. All the Philistine leaders were there, and there were about three thousand on the roof who were watching Samson and making fun of him. - Judges 16:27


  • Then Samson put his hands on the center pillars of the temple and pushed against them with all his might. - Judges 16:29


  • "Let me die with the Philistines," he prayed. And the temple crashed down on the Philistine leaders and all the people. So he killed more people when he died than he had during his entire lifetime. - Judges 16:30


  • They carried the Ark of God into the temple of Dagon and placed it beside the idol of Dagon. - 1 Samuel 5:2


  • That is why to this day neither the priests of Dagon nor anyone who enters the temple of Dagon will step on its threshold. - 1 Samuel 5:5


  • So they cut off Saul's head and stripped off his armor. Then they proclaimed the news of Saul's death in their pagan temple and to the people throughout the land of Philistia. - 1 Samuel 31:9


  • They placed his armor in the temple of the Ashtoreths, and they fastened his body to the wall of the city of Beth-shan. - 1 Samuel 31:10


  • "Go and tell my servant David, `This is what the LORD says: Are you the one to build me a temple to live in? - 2 Samuel 7:5


  • I have never lived in a temple, from the day I brought the Israelites out of Egypt until now. My home has always been a tent, moving from one place to another. - 2 Samuel 7:6


  • And I have never once complained to Israel's leaders, the shepherds of my people Israel. I have never asked them, "Why haven't you built me a beautiful cedar temple?" ' - 2 Samuel 7:7


  • He is the one who will build a house--a temple--for my name. And I will establish the throne of his kingdom forever. - 2 Samuel 7:13


  • Solomon made an alliance with Pharaoh, the king of Egypt, and married one of his daughters. He brought her to live in the City of David until he could finish building his palace and the Temple of the LORD and the wall around the city. - 1 Kings 3:1


  • At that time the people of Israel sacrificed their offerings at local altars, for a temple honoring the name of the LORD had not yet been built. - 1 Kings 3:2


  • "You know that my father, David, was not able to build a Temple to honor the name of the LORD his God because of the many wars he waged with surrounding nations. He could not build until the LORD gave him victory over all his enemies. - 1 Kings 5:3
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    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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