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  • Then all those who pass shall give by name: one half shekel, according to the measure at the temple. A shekel has twenty obols. The half part of a shekel shall be offered to the Lord. (Exodus 30, 13)

  • And so Jael, the wife of Heber, took a spike from the tent, and also took a mallet. And entering unseen and with silence, she placed the spike over the temple of his head. And striking it with the mallet, she drove it through his brain, as far as the ground. And so, joining deep sleep to death, he fell unconscious and died. (Judges 4, 21)

  • And when those living in the tower of Shechem had heard about this, they entered the temple of their god, Berith, where they had formed a covenant with him. And it was because of this, that the place had taken its name. And it was greatly fortified. (Judges 9, 46)

  • And she did so every year, when the time returned for them to ascend to the temple of the Lord. And she provoked her in this way. And so, she wept and did not take food. (1 Samuel 1, 7)

  • And so, after she ate and drank at Shiloh, Hannah rose up. And Eli, the priest, was sitting on the seat before the door of the temple of the Lord. (1 Samuel 1, 9)

  • Why have you kicked away my victims and my gifts, which I instructed to be offered in the temple? And why have you given more honor to your sons than to me, so that you eat the first-fruits of every sacrifice of my people Israel? (1 Samuel 2, 29)

  • And you will see your rival in the temple, amid all the prosperity of Israel. And there will not be an old man in your house for all days. (1 Samuel 2, 32)

  • And so, to prevent the lamp of God from going out, Samuel was sleeping in the temple of the Lord, where the ark of God was. (1 Samuel 3, 3)

  • And the Philistines took the ark of God, and carried it into the temple of Dagon. And they stationed it beside Dagon. (1 Samuel 5, 2)

  • Moreover, only the trunk of Dagon remained in its place. For this reason, the priests of Dagon, and all who enter his temple, do not tread upon the threshold of Dagon in Ashdod, even to this day. (1 Samuel 5, 5)

  • And they placed his armor in the temple of Ashtaroth. But his body they suspended on the wall of Bethshan. (1 Samuel 31, 10)

  • For David had proposed, on that day, a reward to him who had struck the Jebusites and who had reached to the gutters of the rooftops, and who had taken away the blind and the lame that hated the soul of David. Therefore, it is said in the proverb, “The blind and the lame shall not enter into the temple.” (2 Samuel 5, 8)


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