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663nevi’im 1 KINGS  5.32 the house with hewn stone. [ 32] And Solomon’s builders and Hiram’s builders and the Gebalites did. fashion them, and prepared the timber and the stones to build the house. 6 And it came to pass in the four hundred and eightieth year after the children of Israel were come out of the land of Egypt, in the fourth year of Solomon’s reign over Israel, in the month Ziv, which is the second month, that he began to build the house of the Lord. [ 2] And the house which king Solomon built for the Lord, the length thereof was threescore cubits, and the breadth thereof twenty cubits, and the height thereof thirty cubits. [ 3] And the porch before the temple of the house, twenty cubits was the length thereof, according to the breadth of the house; and ten cubits was the breadth thereof before the house. [ 4] And for the house he made windows broad within, and narrow without. [ 5] And against the wall of the house he built a side- structure round about, against the walls of the house round about, both of the temple and of bthe Sanctuary; and he made side-chambers round about; [ 6] the nethermost story of the side- structure was five cubits broad, and the middle was six cubits broad, and the third was seven cubits broad; for on the outside he made rebatements in the wall of the house round about, that the beams should not have hold in the walls of the house.—[ 7] For the house, when it was in building, was built of stone made ready at the quarry; and there was neither hammer nor axe nor any tool of iron heard in the house, while it was in building.—[ 8] The door for the clowest row of chambers was in the right side of the house; and they went up by winding stairs into the middle row, and out of the middle into the third. [ 9] So he built the house, and finished it; and he covered in the house with planks of cedar over beams. [ 10] And he built the stories of the side- structure against all the house, each five cubits high; and they rested on the house with timber of cedar. [ 11] And the word of the Lord came to Solomon, saying: [ 12] ‘ As for this house which thou art building, if thou wilt walk in My statutes, and execute Mine ordinances, and keep all My That is, the holy place. b Heb. debir, that is, the hindmost or innermost room, the most holy place. c Heb. middle. 5 ‡ ÌÈÎÏÓ  Ìȇ È ·  663 È ¬  ¥ Ÿ · e ‰ ŸÓ ² ŸÏL § È ¯  ¥ Ÿa eÏ º Ò § Ù § i ¦  « © 32 : ˙ ÈÊ « ¦ ‚ ¨ È ¬  ¥ · § ‡ © ÌÈ−  ¦ · ¨ ‡ £ ‰ ¨  § ÌÈ ˆ ¬ ¦ Ú¥ ‰ ¨ e  È ² Î ¦ i ¨  © ÌÈÏ ® ¦ · § b ¦ ‰ ©  § ÌB ¯ − ÈÁ ¦ Ù : ˙ È ¦ a « ¨ ‰ © ˙ B  ¬ · § Ï ¦ ˙ B‡ ´ Ó¥ Ú ´ a © ¯ § ‡ ©  § ‰ ´  ¨ L ¨ ÌÈ ´  ¦ BÓL § · ¦ ȉ ´ ¦ È §  © 6 ÁÌÈ ¦ ¯ © ˆ § Ó ¦ - ץ ¯ ¤ ‡ « ¤ Ó¥ χ ´ ¥ ¯ ¨ N § È ¦ - È «  ¥ a § ˙ ‡ ´ ˆ ¥ Ï § ‰  ¨ ¿ L ¨ L„¤ ŸÁ ´ ‰ © ‡ e‰ μ ÂÊÀ ¦ L„¤ ŸÁ ´ a § ˙ ÈÚ ¹ ¦ È · ¦ ¯ § ‰ ¨ ‰  ¨ ¸ M ¨ a © Ô · ¤ ¬ i ¦  © χ ® ¥ ¯ ¨ N § È ¦ - ÏÚ © ‰ ŸÓ− ŸÏL § CŸÏ ¬ Ó § Ï ¦ È  ½ ¦ M¥ ‰ © CϤ n ³ ¤ ‰ © ‰  ¨ ¹ a ¨ ¯ L¤ ¸ ‡ £ ˙ È ¦ a © À ‰ ©  § 2 :‰  « ¨ ‰ ÈÏ © ˙ È ¦ a− © ‰ © Bk− ¯ § ‡ ¨ ‰ n ¬ ¨ ‡ © - ÌÈM « ¦ L ¦ ‰  ¨ ½ ‰ ÈÏ « © Ɖ ŸÓŸÏL § : B ˙ « Ó ¨ B ˜ ‰ n− ¨ ‡ © ÌÈL ¬ ¦ ŸÏL § e Ba ® Á § ¯ ¨ ÌÈ ¯ ³ ¦ N § Ú¤  § ÌÈ ¯ ´ ¦ N § Ú¤ ˙ È ¦ a © ½ ‰ © Ï ´ Î © ȉ¥ ÆÈ  ¥ t § - ÏÚ © ÌÏ ¨ À e‡‰ ¨  § 3 ¯ N¤ ¯ Ú¤ ˙ È ¦ ® a ¨ ‰ © · Á © Ÿ ¯ ´ È−  ¥ t § - ÏÚ © Bk ½ ¯ § ‡ ¨ Ɖ n ¨ ‡ © ˙ È ¦ a ¨ ½ Ï © NÚ © ´ i ©  © 4 : ˙ È ¦ a « ¨ ‰ © È ¬  ¥ t § - ÏÚ © Ba− Á § ¯ ¨ ‰ n ² ¨ ‡ © a ¨ ¯ È ˜ ¸ ¦ - ÏÚ © ÁÔ · ¤ i ¦  © 5 : ÌÈÓ « ¦ Ë ª ‡ £ ÌÈ ¬ Ù ¦ ˜ ª L § È−  ¥ BlÁ © Æ ˙ È ¦ a © Æ ‰ © ˙ B ¯ ³ È ˜ ¦ - ˙ ‡ ¤ · È · ½ ¦ Ò ¨ ÆÚ © È ˆ Æ ¦ È ¨ Ú ˆ È ˙ È ¦ ³ a © ‰ © : · È · « ¦ Ò ¨ ˙ BÚ− Ï ¨ ˆ § NÚ © ¬ i ©  © ¯ È · ® ¦ c § Ï ©  § Ï− Î ¨ ȉ¥ Ï « © · È · ½ ¦ Ò ¨ ‰ n ´ ¨ ‡ © a ¨ LÓ ¯ ¥ Á ¨ ‰  ¨ ¹ ŸzÁ § z © ‰ © Ú © È ˆ ¸ ¦ i ¨ ‰ © Ú ˆ ȉ 6 da ¨ ½ Á § ¯ ¨ Ɖ n ¨ ‡ © a « ¨ LL ³ ¥ Ɖ  ¨ ŸÎÈz « ¦ ‰ ©  § da ¨ À Á § ¯ ¨ Èk ¿ ¦ d ® a ¨ Á § ¯ ¨ ‰ n− ¨ ‡ © a ¨ Ú · © ¬ L¤ ˙ ÈL ¦ ½ ÈÏ ¦ M § ‰ © ¸  § Èz− ¦ Ï § · ¦ Ï § ‰ ˆ ¨ eÁ ½ Æ · È · ¦ Ò ¨ ˙ È ¦ ³ a © Ï © Ô ˙ © ¸  ¨ Á ˙ BÚ ¯ ¨ ‚ § Ó ¦ B ˙ ½ Ÿ  ´ a ¨ ‰ ¦ a § Æ ˙ È ¦ a © Æ ‰ ©  § 7 : ˙ È ¦ a « ¨ ‰ © - ˙ B ¯ È ˜ « ¦ a § ÊŸÁ ¬ ‡ £ ÆÔʤ ¯ § b © ‰ ©  § ˙ B · ³ w ¨ Ó © e ‰ ®  ¨ · §  ¦ Úq− ¨ Ó © ‰ Ó ¬ ¨ Ï¥ L § - Ô · ¤ ‡ « ¤ : B ˙ « Ÿ  a ¨ ‰ ¦ a § ˙ È ¦ a− © a © ÚÓ ¬ © L §  ¦ - ‡ ŸÏ « Ïʤ ½ ¯ § · © ÈÏ ´ ¦ k § - Ïk ¨ ˙ È ¦ a− © ‰ © Û ˙ ¤ ¬ k¤- χ¤ ‰  ¨ ½ ŸÎÈz ´ ¦ ‰ © ÆÚÏ ¨ v¥ ‰ © Á ˙ © t¤ À 8 - ÔÓ ¦ e ‰  ¨ ½ ŸÎÈz ´ ¦ ‰ © - ÏÚ © ÆeÏÚ£ È « © ÌÈl ¦ À eÏ · § e ˙ È ®  ¦ Ó ¨ È § ‰ © ˙ È ¦ a− © ‰ © - ˙ ‡ ¤ Ô · ¤ ¬ i ¦  © 9 : ÌÈL « ¦ Ï ¦ M § ‰ © - χ ¤ ‰−  ¨ ŸÎÈz « ¦ ‰ © ˙ Ÿ ¯ − „¥ N § e ÌÈ · ½ ¦ b¥ Æ ˙ È ¦ a © Æ ‰ © - ˙ ‡ ¤ ÔŸt ³ Ò § i ¦  © e‰ ® l¥ Î © È §  © - ÏÚ © ÆÚ © È ˆ Æ ¦ i ¨ ‰ © Ú ˆ ȉ- ˙ ‡ ¤ Ô · ¤ i ³ ¦  © 10 : ÌÈÊ « ¦ ¯ ¨ ‡ £ a ¨ ÊŸÁ ¬ ‡ ¡ i¤  © B ˙ ® Ó ¨ B ˜ « ˙ Bn− ‡ © L ¬ Ó¥ Á ¨ ˙ È ¦ a © ½ ‰ © - Ïk ¨ Ù : ÌÈÊ « ¦ ¯ ¨ ‡ £ È ¬ ˆ ¥ Ú£ a © ˙ È ¦ a− © ‰ © - ˙ ‡ ¤ : ¯ ŸÓ « ‡ Ï¥ ‰ ŸÓ− ŸÏL § - χ¤ ‰  ¨ ½ ‰ È § - ¯ · © c § Æȉ ¦ È §  « © 11 C ³ Ï¥ z¥ - ̇ ¦ ‰  ¤ ÀŸ · ‰ z ´ ¨ ‡ © - ¯ L¤ ‡£ ‰ f¤ ¹ ‰ © ˙ È ¦ a © ¸ ‰ © 12 z ¬ ¨ ¯ § Ó © L ¨  § ‰ N¤ ½ Ú£ z « © È ´ Ë © t ¨ L § Ó ¦ - ˙ ‡ ¤  § ÆÈ ˙ © ŸwÁ ª a §   Book   |   Chapter Home  | TOC

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663 nevi’im 1 KINGS 5.32 the house with hewn stone. [ 32] And Solomon’s builders and Hiram’s builders and the Gebalites did. fashion them, and prepared the timber and the stones to build the house. 6 And it came to pass in the four hundred and eightieth year after the children of Israel were come out of the land of Egypt, in the fourth year of Solomon’s reign over Israel, in the month Ziv, which is the second month, that he began to build the house of the Lord. [ 2] And the house which king Solomon built for the Lord, the length thereof was threescore cubits, and the breadth thereof twenty cubits, and the height thereof thirty cubits. [ 3] And the porch before the temple of the house, twenty cubits was the length thereof, according to the breadth of the house; and ten cubits was the breadth thereof before the house. [ 4] And for the house he made windows broad within, and narrow without. [ 5] And against the wall of the house he built a side- structure round about, against the walls of the house round about, both of the temple and of bthe Sanctuary; and he made side-chambers round about; [ 6] the nethermost story of the side- structure was five cubits broad, and the middle was six cubits broad, and the third was seven cubits broad; for on the outside he made rebatements in the wall of the house round about, that the beams should not have hold in the walls of the house.—[ 7] For the house, when it was in building, was built of stone made ready at the quarry; and there was neither hammer nor axe nor any tool of iron heard in the house, while it was in building.—[ 8] The door for the clowest row of chambers was in the right side of the house; and they went up by winding stairs into the middle row, and out of the middle into the third. [ 9] So he built the house, and finished it; and he covered in the house with planks of cedar over beams. [ 10] And he built the stories of the side- structure against all the house, each five cubits high; and they rested on the house with timber of cedar. [ 11] And the word of the Lord came to Solomon, saying: [ 12] ‘ As for this house which thou art building, if thou wilt walk in My statutes, and execute Mine ordinances, and keep all My That is, the holy place. b Heb. debir, that is, the hindmost or innermost room, the most holy place. c Heb. middle. 5 ‡ ÌÈÎÏÓ Ìȇ È ·  663 È ¬  ¥ Ÿ · e ‰ ŸÓ ² ŸÏL § È ¯  ¥ Ÿa eÏ º Ò § Ù § i ¦  « © 32 : ˙ ÈÊ « ¦ ‚ ¨ È ¬  ¥ · § ‡ © ÌÈ−  ¦ · ¨ ‡ £ ‰ ¨  § ÌÈ ˆ ¬ ¦ Ú¥ ‰ ¨ e  È ² Î ¦ i ¨  © ÌÈÏ ® ¦ · § b ¦ ‰ ©  § ÌB ¯ − ÈÁ ¦ Ù : ˙ È ¦ a « ¨ ‰ © ˙ B  ¬ · § Ï ¦ ˙ B‡ ´ Ó¥ Ú ´ a © ¯ § ‡ ©  § ‰ ´  ¨ L ¨ ÌÈ ´  ¦ BÓL § · ¦ ȉ ´ ¦ È §  © 6 ÁÌÈ ¦ ¯ © ˆ § Ó ¦ - ץ ¯ ¤ ‡ « ¤ Ó¥ χ ´ ¥ ¯ ¨ N § È ¦ - È «  ¥ a § ˙ ‡ ´ ˆ ¥ Ï § ‰  ¨ ¿ L ¨ L„¤ ŸÁ ´ ‰ © ‡ e‰ μ ÂÊÀ ¦ L„¤ ŸÁ ´ a § ˙ ÈÚ ¹ ¦ È · ¦ ¯ § ‰ ¨ ‰  ¨ ¸ M ¨ a © Ô · ¤ ¬ i ¦  © χ ® ¥ ¯ ¨ N § È ¦ - ÏÚ © ‰ ŸÓ− ŸÏL § CŸÏ ¬ Ó § Ï ¦ È  ½ ¦ M¥ ‰ © CϤ n ³ ¤ ‰ © ‰  ¨ ¹ a ¨ ¯ L¤ ¸ ‡ £ ˙ È ¦ a © À ‰ ©  § 2 :‰  « ¨ ‰ ÈÏ © ˙ È ¦ a− © ‰ © Bk− ¯ § ‡ ¨ ‰ n ¬ ¨ ‡ © - ÌÈM « ¦ L ¦ ‰  ¨ ½ ‰ ÈÏ « © Ɖ ŸÓŸÏL § : B ˙ « Ó ¨ B ˜ ‰ n− ¨ ‡ © ÌÈL ¬ ¦ ŸÏL § e Ba ® Á § ¯ ¨ ÌÈ ¯ ³ ¦ N § Ú¤  § ÌÈ ¯ ´ ¦ N § Ú¤ ˙ È ¦ a © ½ ‰ © Ï ´ Î © ȉ¥ ÆÈ  ¥ t § - ÏÚ © ÌÏ ¨ À e‡‰ ¨  § 3 ¯ N¤ ¯ Ú¤ ˙ È ¦ ® a ¨ ‰ © · Á © Ÿ ¯ ´ È−  ¥ t § - ÏÚ © Bk ½ ¯ § ‡ ¨ Ɖ n ¨ ‡ © ˙ È ¦ a ¨ ½ Ï © NÚ © ´ i ©  © 4 : ˙ È ¦ a « ¨ ‰ © È ¬  ¥ t § - ÏÚ © Ba− Á § ¯ ¨ ‰ n ² ¨ ‡ © a ¨ ¯ È ˜ ¸ ¦ - ÏÚ © ÁÔ · ¤ i ¦  © 5 : ÌÈÓ « ¦ Ë ª ‡ £ ÌÈ ¬ Ù ¦ ˜ ª L § È−  ¥ BlÁ © Æ ˙ È ¦ a © Æ ‰ © ˙ B ¯ ³ È ˜ ¦ - ˙ ‡ ¤ · È · ½ ¦ Ò ¨ ÆÚ © È ˆ Æ ¦ È ¨ Ú ˆ È ˙ È ¦ ³ a © ‰ © : · È · « ¦ Ò ¨ ˙ BÚ− Ï ¨ ˆ § NÚ © ¬ i ©  © ¯ È · ® ¦ c § Ï ©  § Ï− Î ¨ ȉ¥ Ï « © · È · ½ ¦ Ò ¨ ‰ n ´ ¨ ‡ © a ¨ LÓ ¯ ¥ Á ¨ ‰  ¨ ¹ ŸzÁ § z © ‰ © Ú © È ˆ ¸ ¦ i ¨ ‰ © Ú ˆ ȉ 6 da ¨ ½ Á § ¯ ¨ Ɖ n ¨ ‡ © a « ¨ LL ³ ¥ Ɖ  ¨ ŸÎÈz « ¦ ‰ ©  § da ¨ À Á § ¯ ¨ Èk ¿ ¦ d ® a ¨ Á § ¯ ¨ ‰ n− ¨ ‡ © a ¨ Ú · © ¬ L¤ ˙ ÈL ¦ ½ ÈÏ ¦ M § ‰ © ¸  § Èz− ¦ Ï § · ¦ Ï § ‰ ˆ ¨ eÁ ½ Æ · È · ¦ Ò ¨ ˙ È ¦ ³ a © Ï © Ô ˙ © ¸  ¨ Á ˙ BÚ ¯ ¨ ‚ § Ó ¦ B ˙ ½ Ÿ  ´ a ¨ ‰ ¦ a § Æ ˙ È ¦ a © Æ ‰ ©  § 7 : ˙ È ¦ a « ¨ ‰ © - ˙ B ¯ È ˜ « ¦ a § ÊŸÁ ¬ ‡ £ ÆÔʤ ¯ § b © ‰ ©  § ˙ B · ³ w ¨ Ó © e ‰ ®  ¨ · §  ¦ Úq− ¨ Ó © ‰ Ó ¬ ¨ Ï¥ L § - Ô · ¤ ‡ « ¤ : B ˙ « Ÿ  a ¨ ‰ ¦ a § ˙ È ¦ a− © a © ÚÓ ¬ © L §  ¦ - ‡ ŸÏ « Ïʤ ½ ¯ § · © ÈÏ ´ ¦ k § - Ïk ¨ ˙ È ¦ a− © ‰ © Û ˙ ¤ ¬ k¤- χ¤ ‰  ¨ ½ ŸÎÈz ´ ¦ ‰ © ÆÚÏ ¨ v¥ ‰ © Á ˙ © t¤ À 8 - ÔÓ ¦ e ‰  ¨ ½ ŸÎÈz ´ ¦ ‰ © - ÏÚ © ÆeÏÚ£ È « © ÌÈl ¦ À eÏ · § e ˙ È ®  ¦ Ó ¨ È § ‰ © ˙ È ¦ a− © ‰ © - ˙ ‡ ¤ Ô · ¤ ¬ i ¦  © 9 : ÌÈL « ¦ Ï ¦ M § ‰ © - χ ¤ ‰−  ¨ ŸÎÈz « ¦ ‰ © ˙ Ÿ ¯ − „¥ N § e ÌÈ · ½ ¦ b¥ Æ ˙ È ¦ a © Æ ‰ © - ˙ ‡ ¤ ÔŸt ³ Ò § i ¦  © e‰ ® l¥ Î © È §  © - ÏÚ © ÆÚ © È ˆ Æ ¦ i ¨ ‰ © Ú ˆ ȉ- ˙ ‡ ¤ Ô · ¤ i ³ ¦  © 10 : ÌÈÊ « ¦ ¯ ¨ ‡ £ a ¨ ÊŸÁ ¬ ‡ ¡ i¤  © B ˙ ® Ó ¨ B ˜ « ˙ Bn− ‡ © L ¬ Ó¥ Á ¨ ˙ È ¦ a © ½ ‰ © - Ïk ¨ Ù : ÌÈÊ « ¦ ¯ ¨ ‡ £ È ¬ ˆ ¥ Ú£ a © ˙ È ¦ a− © ‰ © - ˙ ‡ ¤ : ¯ ŸÓ « ‡ Ï¥ ‰ ŸÓ− ŸÏL § - χ¤ ‰  ¨ ½ ‰ È § - ¯ · © c § Æȉ ¦ È §  « © 11 C ³ Ï¥ z¥ - ̇ ¦ ‰  ¤ ÀŸ · ‰ z ´ ¨ ‡ © - ¯ L¤ ‡£ ‰ f¤ ¹ ‰ © ˙ È ¦ a © ¸ ‰ © 12 z ¬ ¨ ¯ § Ó © L ¨  § ‰ N¤ ½ Ú£ z « © È ´ Ë © t ¨ L § Ó ¦ - ˙ ‡ ¤  § ÆÈ ˙ © ŸwÁ ª a § < < Book >> | << Chapter >> Home | TOC
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