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665nevi’im 1 KINGS  6.28 the wings of the cherubim were stretched forth, so that the wing of the one touched the one wall, and the wing of the other cherub touched the other wall; and their wings touched one another in the midst of the house. [ 28] And he overlaid the cherubim with gold. [ 29] And he carved all the walls of the house round about with carved figures of cherubim and palm- trees and open flowers, within and without. [ 30] And the floor of the house he overlaid with gold, within and without. [ 31] And for the entrance of the Sanctuary he made doors of olive- wood, the door- posts within the frame having five angles. [ 32] And as for the two doors of olive- wood, he carved upon them carvings of cherubim and palm- trees and open flowers, and overlaid them with gold; and he spread the gold upon the cherubim, and upon the palm-trees. [ 33] So also made he for the entrance of the temple door- posts of olive- wood, within a frame foursquare; [ 34] and two doors of cypress- wood; the two leaves of the one door were folding, and the two leaves of the other door were folding. [ 35] And he carved thereon cherubim and palm-trees and open flowers; and he overlaid them with gold fitted upon the graven work. [ 36] And he built the inner court with three rows of hewn stone, and a row of cedar beams. [ 37] In the fourth year was the foundation of the house of the Lord laid, in the month Ziv. [ 38] And in the eleventh year, in the month Bul, which is the eighth month, was the house finished throughout all the parts thereof, and according to all the fashion of it. So was he seven years in building it. 7 And Solomon was building his own house thirteen years, and he finished all his house. [ 2] For he built the house of the forest of Lebanon: the length thereof was a hundred cubits, and the breadth thereof fifty cubits, and the height thereof thirty cubits, upon four rows of cedar pillars, with cedar beams upon the pillars. [ 3] And it was covered with cedar above upon the side- chambers, that lay on forty and 6 ‡ ÌÈÎÏÓ  Ìȇ È ·  665 Ú ³ b © z ¦  © ¼ ÌÈ · ¦ ¯ ª k § ‰ © È ´ Ù¥  § k © - ˙ ‡ ¤ » eN ¯ § Ù § i ¦  « © ÈÓÀ ¦ È  ¦ t § ‰ © È  ½ ¦ M¥ ‰ © · e ¯ ´ k § ‰ © ÆÛ  © Î § e ¯ Èw ½ ¦ a © Æ„ Á ¨ ‡ ¤ ‰ « ¨ - Û  © k § CBz ´ - χ ¤ Æ̉¤ ÈÙ¥  § Î ©  § È ®  ¦ M¥ ‰ © ¯ Èw ´ ¦ a © ˙ Ú © − ‚ © Ÿ  - ˙ ‡ ¤ Û ¬ ˆ © È §  © 28 : Û  « ¨ k ¨ - χ ¤ Û ¬  ¨ k ¨ ˙ ŸÚ− ‚ § Ÿ  ˙ È ¦ a © ½ ‰ © ˙ È ¦ a © ¹ ‰ © ˙ B ¯ ¸ È ˜ ¦ - Ïk ¨ Á ˙ ‡ ¥  § 29 : · ‰ « ¨ Ê ¨ ÌÈ · − ¦ e ¯ k § ‰ © ÌÈ · ´ ¦ e ¯ k § Æ ˙ BÚÏ § ˜ § Ó ¦ ÆÈÁ¥ ezt ¦ ÚÏ © À ˜ ¨ | · Ò ´ © Ó¥ : ÔB ˆ « ÈÁ ¦ Ï ©  § ÌÈ−  ¦ Ù § l ¦ Ó ¦ ÌÈv ® ¦ ˆ ¦ È ¯ − ¥ eËÙ § e ˙ Ÿ ¯ ½ ŸÓ ˙ « ¦  § ‰ Ó ¨ È−  ¦ Ù § Ï ¦ · ® ‰ ¨ Ê ¨ ‰ ´ t ¨ ˆ ¦ ˙ È ¦ a− © ‰ © Ú ˜ ¬ © ¯ § ˜ © - ˙ ‡ ¤  § 30 ‰ N− ¨ Ú ¨ ¯ È · ½ ¦ c § ‰ © Á ˙ © ´ t¤ Æ ˙ ‡ ¥  § 31 : ÔB ˆ « ÈÁ ¦ Ï ©  § : ˙ ÈL « ¦ Ó ¦ Á£ ˙ BÊ− eÊÓ § ÏÈ ¦ ‡ ¬ © ‰ ¨ ÔÓ¤ L ® ¨ - È ˆ ¥ Ú£ ˙ B ˙ ´ Ï § c © ̉¤ ÈÏ¥ Ú£  ÚÏ ´ © ˜ ¨  § ¼ ÔÓ¤ L¤ - È ˆ ¥ Ú£ ˙ B ˙ ´ Ï § c © » Èz¥ L § e 32 ÌÈv− ¦ ˆ ¦ È ¯ ¬ ¥ eËÙ § e ˙ B ¯ ² ŸÓ ˙ ¦  § ÌÈ · ¯ ¦ e ¯ k § ˙ BÚ ¸ Ï § ˜ § Ó ¦ - ÏÚ ©  § ÌÈ ¬ · ¦ e ¯ k § ‰ © - ÏÚ © „ ¯ ¤ ² i ¨  © · ® ‰ ¨ Ê ¨ ‰ ´ t ¨ ˆ ¦  § Á ˙ © ¬ Ù¤ Ï § ‰ N ² ¨ Ú ¨ ÔÎ ¬ ¥  § 33 : · ‰ « ¨ f ¨ ‰ © - ˙ ‡ ¤ ˙ B ¯ − ŸÓz « ¦ ‰ © : ˙ ÈÚ « ¦ · ¦ ¯ § ˙ ‡ −¥ Ó¥ ÔÓ¤ L ® ¨ - È ˆ ¥ Ú£ ˙ BÊ ´ eÊÓ § Ï− Î ¨ ȉ¥ ‰ « © ÌÈÚ ¹ ¦ Ï ¨ ˆ § È  ¥ ¸ L § ÌÈL ® ¦ B ¯ · § È ´ ˆ ¥ Ú£ ˙ B ˙ − Ï § „ © Èz ¬ ¥ L § e 34 ÌÈÚ ² ¦ Ï ¨ ˜ § È ¯  ¥ L § e ÌÈÏ ¦ ½ ÈÏ ¦ b § Æ ˙ Á © ‡ © ‰ « ¨ ˙ Ϥ c ³ ¤ ‰ © ÆÌÈ · ¦ e ¯ k § Ú ³ Ï © ˜ ¨  § 35 : ÌÈÏ « ¦ ÈÏ ¦ b § ˙ È−  ¦ M¥ ‰ © ˙ Ϥ c ¬ ¤ ‰ © ¯ M− ¨ È ª Ó § · ‰ ¨ ½ Ê ¨ ‰ ´ t ¨ ˆ ¦  § ÌÈv ® ¦ ˆ ¦ È ¯ − ¥ Ë ª Ù § e ˙ B ¯ ½ ŸÓ ˙ ´ ¦  § ¯ ´ ˆ ¥ Á ¨ ‰ ¤ - ˙ ‡ ¤ ÆÔ · ¤ iÆ ¦  © 36 :‰ w « ¤ Á ª n § ‰ © - ÏÚ © ˙ Ÿ ˙ ¬ ¯ ª k § ¯ eË−  § ˙ ÈÊ ® ¦ ‚ ¨ È ¯ ´ ¥ eË ‰ L− ¨ ŸÏL § ˙ ÈÓ ½ ¦ È  ¦ t § ‰ © ‰ ®  ¨ ‰ È § ˙ È ´ a¥ „ q− © È ª ˙ ÈÚ ½ ¦ È · ¦ ¯ § ‰ « ¨ Ɖ  ¨ M ¨ a © 37 : ÌÈÊ « ¦ ¯ ¨ ‡ £ Á ¯ © ´ Ȥ a § ‰ ¯ ¹ ¥ N § Ú¤ ˙ Á © ¸ ‡ © ‰ ¨ Á‰  ¨ M ¨ · © e 38 : ÂÊ « ¦ Á ¯ © − Ȥ a § ˙ È ¦ a © ½ ‰ © ‰ Ï ´ ¨ k ¨ È  ½ ¦ ÈÓ ¦ M § ‰ © L„¤ ŸÁ ´ ‰ © ‡ e‰ μ ÏeaÀ e‰−  ¥ · § i ¦  © ÂÈ ® Ë ¨ t ¨ L § Ó ¦ ÂËÙ ˘ Ó- ÏÎ ¨ Ï § e ÂÈ ¯ − ¨ · ¨ c § - ÏÎ ¨ Ï § ‰ ŸÓ ½ ŸÏL § ‰ ´  ¨ a ¨ ÆB ˙ Èa¥- ˙ ‡ ¤  § 7 : ÌÈ  « ¦ L ¨ Ú · © ¬ L¤ : B ˙ « Èa¥- Ïk ¨ - ˙ ‡ ¤ Ï− Î © È §  © ‰ ®  ¨ L ¨ ‰ ¯ − ¥ N § Ú¤ LŸÏ ¬ L § ‰ n ³ ¨ ‡ © ‰‡ ¨ ¸ Ó¥ ÔB  À · ¨ l § ‰ © ¯ Ú © ´ È © | ˙ È ´ a¥- ˙ ‡ ¤ Ô · ¤ i ¹ ¦  © 2 ÌÈL ¬ ¦ ŸÏL § e Ba ½ Á § ¯ ¨ Ɖ n ¨ ‡ © ÌÈM ³ ¦ Ó ¦ Á£  © ÆBk ¯ § ‡ ¨ È„ ´ ¥ enÚ © ÆÈ ¯ ¥ eË Æ‰ Ú ¨ a ¨ ¯ § ‡ © ÏÚ © À B ˙ ® Ó ¨ B ˜ ‰ n− ¨ ‡ © : ÌÈ„ « ¦ enÚ © ‰ ¨ - ÏÚ © ÌÈÊ− ¦ ¯ ¨ ‡ £ ˙ B ˙ ¬ ¯ ª Î § e ÌÈÊ ½ ¦ ¯ ¨ ‡ £ ¯ L ´ ¤ ‡£ Æ ˙ ŸÚÏ ¨ v § ‰ © - ÏÚ © ÆÏÚ © nÆ © Ó ¦ Ê ¯ ¤ ‡¤ À a ¨ ÔÙ ´ ª Ò ¨  § 3 ‰ M ¬ ¨ Ó ¦ Á£ ‰ M ® ¨ Ó ¦ Á£  © ÌÈÚ− ¦ a ¨ ¯ § ‡ © ÌÈ„ ½ ¦ enÚ © ‰ « ¨ - ÏÚ ©   Book   |   Chapter Home  | TOC

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665 nevi’im 1 KINGS 6.28 the wings of the cherubim were stretched forth, so that the wing of the one touched the one wall, and the wing of the other cherub touched the other wall; and their wings touched one another in the midst of the house. [ 28] And he overlaid the cherubim with gold. [ 29] And he carved all the walls of the house round about with carved figures of cherubim and palm- trees and open flowers, within and without. [ 30] And the floor of the house he overlaid with gold, within and without. [ 31] And for the entrance of the Sanctuary he made doors of olive- wood, the door- posts within the frame having five angles. [ 32] And as for the two doors of olive- wood, he carved upon them carvings of cherubim and palm- trees and open flowers, and overlaid them with gold; and he spread the gold upon the cherubim, and upon the palm-trees. [ 33] So also made he for the entrance of the temple door- posts of olive- wood, within a frame foursquare; [ 34] and two doors of cypress- wood; the two leaves of the one door were folding, and the two leaves of the other door were folding. [ 35] And he carved thereon cherubim and palm-trees and open flowers; and he overlaid them with gold fitted upon the graven work. [ 36] And he built the inner court with three rows of hewn stone, and a row of cedar beams. [ 37] In the fourth year was the foundation of the house of the Lord laid, in the month Ziv. [ 38] And in the eleventh year, in the month Bul, which is the eighth month, was the house finished throughout all the parts thereof, and according to all the fashion of it. So was he seven years in building it. 7 And Solomon was building his own house thirteen years, and he finished all his house. [ 2] For he built the house of the forest of Lebanon: the length thereof was a hundred cubits, and the breadth thereof fifty cubits, and the height thereof thirty cubits, upon four rows of cedar pillars, with cedar beams upon the pillars. [ 3] And it was covered with cedar above upon the side- chambers, that lay on forty and 6 ‡ ÌÈÎÏÓ Ìȇ È ·  665 Ú ³ b © z ¦  © ¼ ÌÈ · ¦ ¯ ª k § ‰ © È ´ Ù¥  § k © - ˙ ‡ ¤ » eN ¯ § Ù § i ¦  « © ÈÓÀ ¦ È  ¦ t § ‰ © È  ½ ¦ M¥ ‰ © · e ¯ ´ k § ‰ © ÆÛ  © Î § e ¯ Èw ½ ¦ a © Æ„ Á ¨ ‡ ¤ ‰ « ¨ - Û  © k § CBz ´ - χ ¤ Æ̉¤ ÈÙ¥  § Î ©  § È ®  ¦ M¥ ‰ © ¯ Èw ´ ¦ a © ˙ Ú © − ‚ © Ÿ  - ˙ ‡ ¤ Û ¬ ˆ © È §  © 28 : Û  « ¨ k ¨ - χ ¤ Û ¬  ¨ k ¨ ˙ ŸÚ− ‚ § Ÿ  ˙ È ¦ a © ½ ‰ © ˙ È ¦ a © ¹ ‰ © ˙ B ¯ ¸ È ˜ ¦ - Ïk ¨ Á ˙ ‡ ¥  § 29 : · ‰ « ¨ Ê ¨ ÌÈ · − ¦ e ¯ k § ‰ © ÌÈ · ´ ¦ e ¯ k § Æ ˙ BÚÏ § ˜ § Ó ¦ ÆÈÁ¥ ezt ¦ ÚÏ © À ˜ ¨ | · Ò ´ © Ó¥ : ÔB ˆ « ÈÁ ¦ Ï ©  § ÌÈ−  ¦ Ù § l ¦ Ó ¦ ÌÈv ® ¦ ˆ ¦ È ¯ − ¥ eËÙ § e ˙ Ÿ ¯ ½ ŸÓ ˙ « ¦  § ‰ Ó ¨ È−  ¦ Ù § Ï ¦ · ® ‰ ¨ Ê ¨ ‰ ´ t ¨ ˆ ¦ ˙ È ¦ a− © ‰ © Ú ˜ ¬ © ¯ § ˜ © - ˙ ‡ ¤  § 30 ‰ N− ¨ Ú ¨ ¯ È · ½ ¦ c § ‰ © Á ˙ © ´ t¤ Æ ˙ ‡ ¥  § 31 : ÔB ˆ « ÈÁ ¦ Ï ©  § : ˙ ÈL « ¦ Ó ¦ Á£ ˙ BÊ− eÊÓ § ÏÈ ¦ ‡ ¬ © ‰ ¨ ÔÓ¤ L ® ¨ - È ˆ ¥ Ú£ ˙ B ˙ ´ Ï § c © ̉¤ ÈÏ¥ Ú£  ÚÏ ´ © ˜ ¨  § ¼ ÔÓ¤ L¤ - È ˆ ¥ Ú£ ˙ B ˙ ´ Ï § c © » Èz¥ L § e 32 ÌÈv− ¦ ˆ ¦ È ¯ ¬ ¥ eËÙ § e ˙ B ¯ ² ŸÓ ˙ ¦  § ÌÈ · ¯ ¦ e ¯ k § ˙ BÚ ¸ Ï § ˜ § Ó ¦ - ÏÚ ©  § ÌÈ ¬ · ¦ e ¯ k § ‰ © - ÏÚ © „ ¯ ¤ ² i ¨  © · ® ‰ ¨ Ê ¨ ‰ ´ t ¨ ˆ ¦  § Á ˙ © ¬ Ù¤ Ï § ‰ N ² ¨ Ú ¨ ÔÎ ¬ ¥  § 33 : · ‰ « ¨ f ¨ ‰ © - ˙ ‡ ¤ ˙ B ¯ − ŸÓz « ¦ ‰ © : ˙ ÈÚ « ¦ · ¦ ¯ § ˙ ‡ −¥ Ó¥ ÔÓ¤ L ® ¨ - È ˆ ¥ Ú£ ˙ BÊ ´ eÊÓ § Ï− Î ¨ ȉ¥ ‰ « © ÌÈÚ ¹ ¦ Ï ¨ ˆ § È  ¥ ¸ L § ÌÈL ® ¦ B ¯ · § È ´ ˆ ¥ Ú£ ˙ B ˙ − Ï § „ © Èz ¬ ¥ L § e 34 ÌÈÚ ² ¦ Ï ¨ ˜ § È ¯  ¥ L § e ÌÈÏ ¦ ½ ÈÏ ¦ b § Æ ˙ Á © ‡ © ‰ « ¨ ˙ Ϥ c ³ ¤ ‰ © ÆÌÈ · ¦ e ¯ k § Ú ³ Ï © ˜ ¨  § 35 : ÌÈÏ « ¦ ÈÏ ¦ b § ˙ È−  ¦ M¥ ‰ © ˙ Ϥ c ¬ ¤ ‰ © ¯ M− ¨ È ª Ó § · ‰ ¨ ½ Ê ¨ ‰ ´ t ¨ ˆ ¦  § ÌÈv ® ¦ ˆ ¦ È ¯ − ¥ Ë ª Ù § e ˙ B ¯ ½ ŸÓ ˙ ´ ¦  § ¯ ´ ˆ ¥ Á ¨ ‰ ¤ - ˙ ‡ ¤ ÆÔ · ¤ iÆ ¦  © 36 :‰ w « ¤ Á ª n § ‰ © - ÏÚ © ˙ Ÿ ˙ ¬ ¯ ª k § ¯ eË−  § ˙ ÈÊ ® ¦ ‚ ¨ È ¯ ´ ¥ eË ‰ L− ¨ ŸÏL § ˙ ÈÓ ½ ¦ È  ¦ t § ‰ © ‰ ®  ¨ ‰ È § ˙ È ´ a¥ „ q− © È ª ˙ ÈÚ ½ ¦ È · ¦ ¯ § ‰ « ¨ Ɖ  ¨ M ¨ a © 37 : ÌÈÊ « ¦ ¯ ¨ ‡ £ Á ¯ © ´ Ȥ a § ‰ ¯ ¹ ¥ N § Ú¤ ˙ Á © ¸ ‡ © ‰ ¨ Á‰  ¨ M ¨ · © e 38 : ÂÊ « ¦ Á ¯ © − Ȥ a § ˙ È ¦ a © ½ ‰ © ‰ Ï ´ ¨ k ¨ È  ½ ¦ ÈÓ ¦ M § ‰ © L„¤ ŸÁ ´ ‰ © ‡ e‰ μ ÏeaÀ e‰−  ¥ · § i ¦  © ÂÈ ® Ë ¨ t ¨ L § Ó ¦ ÂËÙ ˘ Ó- ÏÎ ¨ Ï § e ÂÈ ¯ − ¨ · ¨ c § - ÏÎ ¨ Ï § ‰ ŸÓ ½ ŸÏL § ‰ ´  ¨ a ¨ ÆB ˙ Èa¥- ˙ ‡ ¤  § 7 : ÌÈ  « ¦ L ¨ Ú · © ¬ L¤ : B ˙ « Èa¥- Ïk ¨ - ˙ ‡ ¤ Ï− Î © È §  © ‰ ®  ¨ L ¨ ‰ ¯ − ¥ N § Ú¤ LŸÏ ¬ L § ‰ n ³ ¨ ‡ © ‰‡ ¨ ¸ Ó¥ ÔB  À · ¨ l § ‰ © ¯ Ú © ´ È © | ˙ È ´ a¥- ˙ ‡ ¤ Ô · ¤ i ¹ ¦  © 2 ÌÈL ¬ ¦ ŸÏL § e Ba ½ Á § ¯ ¨ Ɖ n ¨ ‡ © ÌÈM ³ ¦ Ó ¦ Á£  © ÆBk ¯ § ‡ ¨ È„ ´ ¥ enÚ © ÆÈ ¯ ¥ eË Æ‰ Ú ¨ a ¨ ¯ § ‡ © ÏÚ © À B ˙ ® Ó ¨ B ˜ ‰ n− ¨ ‡ © : ÌÈ„ « ¦ enÚ © ‰ ¨ - ÏÚ © ÌÈÊ− ¦ ¯ ¨ ‡ £ ˙ B ˙ ¬ ¯ ª Î § e ÌÈÊ ½ ¦ ¯ ¨ ‡ £ ¯ L ´ ¤ ‡£ Æ ˙ ŸÚÏ ¨ v § ‰ © - ÏÚ © ÆÏÚ © nÆ © Ó ¦ Ê ¯ ¤ ‡¤ À a ¨ ÔÙ ´ ª Ò ¨  § 3 ‰ M ¬ ¨ Ó ¦ Á£ ‰ M ® ¨ Ó ¦ Á£  © ÌÈÚ− ¦ a ¨ ¯ § ‡ © ÌÈ„ ½ ¦ enÚ © ‰ « ¨ - ÏÚ © < < Book >> | << Chapter >> Home | TOC
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