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  • Thus the total number of cities within the territory of the Israelites which, with their pasture lands, belonged to the Levites, was forty-eight. (Joshua 21, 41)

  • The Levites, meanwhile, had taken down the ark of God and the box beside it, in which the golden articles were, and had placed them on the great stone. The men of Beth-shemesh also offered other holocausts and sacrifices to the LORD that day. (1 Samuel 6, 15)

  • they carried the ark of the LORD and the meeting tent with all the sacred vessels that were in the tent. (The priests and Levites carried them.) (1 Kings 8, 4)

  • He also built temples on the high places and made priests from among the people who were not Levites. (1 Kings 12, 31)

  • Their brother Levites were appointed to all the other services of the Dwelling of the house of God. (1 Chronicles 6, 33)

  • The Israelites assigned these cities with their pasture lands to the Levites, (1 Chronicles 6, 49)

  • The first to settle again in their cities and dwell there were certain lay Israelites, the priests, the Levites, and the temple slaves. (1 Chronicles 9, 2)

  • Among the Levites were Shemaiah, son of Hasshub, son of Azrikam, son of Hashabiah, one of the descendants of Merari; (1 Chronicles 9, 14)

  • Previously they had stood guard at the king's gate on the east side; now they became gatekeepers for the encampments of the Levites. (1 Chronicles 9, 18)

  • while the four chief gatekeepers were on constant duty. These were the Levites who also had charge of the chambers and treasures of the house of God. (1 Chronicles 9, 26)

  • Mattithiah, one of the Levites, the first-born of Shallum the Koreite, was entrusted with preparing the cakes. (1 Chronicles 9, 31)

  • These were the chanters and the gatekeepers, family heads over the Levites. They stayed in the chambers when free of duty, for day and night they had to be ready for service. (1 Chronicles 9, 33)

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