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  • Let one Cherub be on the one side, and the other be on the other. (Exodus 25, 19)

  • one Cherub at the top of one side, and the other Cherub at the top of the other side. The two Cherubim were at each end of the propitiatory, (Exodus 37, 8)

  • One wing of a cherub was five cubits, and the other wing of a cherub was five cubits, that is, having ten cubits from the summit of one wing even to the summit of the other wing. (1 Kings 6, 24)

  • Likewise, the second cherub was ten cubits. And the measure was equal and the work was one, in the two cherubim, (1 Kings 6, 25)

  • that is, one cherub had a height of ten cubits, and similarly the second cherub. (1 Kings 6, 26)

  • And he stationed the cherubim in the middle of the inner temple. And the cherubim extended their wings, and the wing of the one was touching the wall, and the wing of the second cherub was touching the other wall. But the other wings, in the middle of the temple, were touching each another. (1 Kings 6, 27)

  • The wings of the cherubim extended for twenty cubits, such that one wing had five cubits and it touched the wall of the house, and the other, having five cubits, touched the wing of the other cherub. (2 Chronicles 3, 11)

  • Similarly, the wing of the other cherub was five cubits, and it touched the wall, and his other wing of five cubits also touched the wing of the other cherub. (2 Chronicles 3, 12)

  • And these were the ones who ascended from Telmelah, Telharsha, Cherub, and Addan, and Immer. And they were not able to indicate the house of their fathers and their offspring, whether they were of Israel: (Ezra 2, 59)

  • Now these are the ones who ascended from Telmelah, Telharsha, Cherub, Addon, and Immer; and they were not able to indicate the house of their fathers and their offspring, whether they were of Israel: (Nehemiah 7, 61)

  • And the glory of the Lord of Israel was taken up, from the cherub upon which he was, to the threshold of the house. And he called out to the man who was clothed with linen and had an instrument for writing at his waist. (Ezekiel 9, 3)

  • And one cherub extended his hand, from the midst of the cherubim, to the fire that was between the cherubim. And he took and gave it into the hands of the one who was clothed with linen, and he accepted it and went forth. (Ezekiel 10, 7)


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