Bible Cross References
the house
Jeremiah 35:8
We have obeyed all the instructions that Jonadab gave us. We ourselves never drink wine, and neither do our wives, our sons, or our daughters.
2 Kings 10:15
Jehu started out again, and on his way he was met by Jonadab son of Rechab. Jehu greeted him and said, "You and I think alike. Will you support me?" "I will," Jonadab answered. "Give me your hand, then," Jehu replied. They clasped hands, and Jehu helped him up into the chariot,
2 Kings 10:16
saying, "Come with me and see for yourself how devoted I am to the LORD." And they rode on together to Samaria.
1 Chronicles 2:55
(The following clans of experts in writing and copying documents lived in the town of Jabez: the Tirathites, Shimeathites, and Sucathites. They were Kenites who had intermarried with the Rechabites.)
into one
Jeremiah 35:4
and brought them to the Temple. I took them into the room of the disciples of the prophet Hanan son of Igdaliah. This room was above the room of Maaseiah son of Shallum, an important official in the Temple, and near the rooms of the other officials.
1 Kings 6:5
Against the outside walls, on the sides and the back of the Temple, a three-storied annex was built, each story 7 1/2 feet high.
1 Kings 6:6
Each room in the lowest story was 7 1/2 feet wide, in the middle story 9 feet wide, and in the top story 10 1/2 feet wide. The Temple wall on each floor was thinner than on the floor below, so that the rooms could rest on the wall without having their beams built into it.
1 Kings 6:10
The three-storied annex, each story 7 1/2 feet high, was built against the outside walls of the Temple, and was joined to them by cedar beams.
1 Chronicles 9:26
The four chief guards were Levites and had the final responsibility. They were also responsible for the rooms in the Temple and for the supplies kept there.
1 Chronicles 23:28
and were assigned the following duties: to help the priests descended from Aaron with the Temple worship, to take care of its courtyards and its rooms, and to keep undefiled everything that is sacred;
2 Chronicles 3:9
twenty ounces of gold were used for making nails, and the walls of the upper rooms were also covered with gold.
2 Chronicles 31:11
On the king's orders they prepared storerooms in the Temple area
Ezra 8:29
Guard them carefully until you reach the Temple. There in the priests' rooms weigh them and turn them over to the leaders of the priests and of the Levites, and to the leaders of the people of Israel in Jerusalem."
Nehemiah 13:5
He allowed Tobiah to use a large room that was intended only for storing offerings of grain and incense, the equipment used in the Temple, the offerings for the priests, and the tithes of grain, wine, and olive oil given to the Levites, to the Temple musicians, and to the Temple guards.
Nehemiah 13:8
I was furious and threw out all of Tobiah's belongings.
Nehemiah 13:9
I gave orders for the rooms to be ritually purified and for the Temple equipment, grain offerings, and incense to be put back.
Ezekiel 40:7-13
Beyond it there was a passageway, which had three guardrooms on each side. Each of the rooms was square, 10 feet on each side, and the walls between them were 8 feet thick. Beyond the guardrooms there was a passageway 10 feet long that led to an entrance room which faced the Temple.
He measured this room and found it was 14 feet deep. It formed that end of the gateway which was nearest the Temple, and at its far end the walls were 4 feet thick.
(SEE 40:8)
(These guardrooms on each side of the passageway were all the same size, and the walls between them were all of the same thickness.)
Next, the man measured the width of the passageway in the gateway. It was 22 feet altogether, and the space between the open gates was 16 feet.
In front of each of the guardrooms there was a low wall 20 inches high and 20 inches thick. (The rooms were 10 feet square.)
Then he measured the distance from the back wall of one room to the back wall of the room across the passageway from it, and it was 42 feet.
Ezekiel 40:16-13
Ezekiel 41:5-11
The man measured the thickness of the inner wall of the Temple building, and it was 10 feet. Against this wall, all around the Temple, was a series of small rooms 7 feet wide.
These rooms were in three stories, with thirty rooms on each floor. The Temple's outer wall on each floor was thinner than on the floor below, so that the rooms could rest on the wall without being anchored into it.
And so the Temple walls, when seen from the outside, seemed to have the same thickness all the way to the top. Against the Temple's outer wall, on the outside of the rooms, two wide stairways were built, so that it was possible to go from the lower story to the middle and the upper stories.
The outside wall of these rooms was 8 feet thick; there was one door into the rooms on the north side of the Temple, and one into those on the south side. I saw that there was a terrace 8 feet wide around the Temple; it was 10 feet above the ground and it was level with the foundation of the rooms by the Temple walls. Between the terrace and the buildings used by the priests there was an open space 34 feet across, along the sides of the Temple.
(SEE 41:8)
(SEE 41:8)
(SEE 41:8)
Ezekiel 42:4-13
Along the north side of this building was a passageway 16 feet wide and 168 feet long, with entrances on that side.
The rooms at the upper level of the building were narrower than those at the middle and lower levels because they were set further back.
The rooms at all three levels were on terraces and were not supported by columns like the other buildings in the courtyard.
At the lower level the outer wall of the building was solid for 84 feet, half its length; and there were rooms in the remaining 84 feet. At the top level there were rooms in the entire length of the building.
(SEE 42:7)
Below these rooms at the east end of the building, where the wall of the courtyard began, there was an entrance into the outer courtyard. At the south side of the Temple there was an identical building not far from the building at the west end of the Temple.
(SEE 42:9)
In front of the rooms there was a passageway just like the one on the north side. It had the same measurements, the same design, and the same kind of entrances.
There was a door under the rooms on the south side of the building, at the east end where the wall began.
The man said to me, "Both these buildings are holy. In them the priests who enter the LORD's presence eat the holiest offerings. Because the rooms are holy, the priests will place the holiest offerings there: the offerings of grain and the sacrifices offered for sin or as repayment offerings.