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  • from the ground level of the base up to the lower base, two cubits high and one cubit wide; from the lesser plinth to the greater base, four cubits high and one cubit wide. (Ezekiel 43, 14)

  • When you divide the country into portions by lot, you are to allocate a sacred portion of the country to Yahweh: twenty-five thousand cubits long and twenty thousand wide. (Ezekiel 45, 1)

  • The whole of this land is to be sacred, and of this square area five hundred by five hundred cubits is to be for the sanctuary, with a boundary fifty cubits wide all around. (Ezekiel 45, 2)

  • Bordering Judah, from the eastern frontier to the western frontier, is the part you are to set aside, twenty-five thousand cubits wide, and as long as each of the other portions from the eastern frontier to the western frontier. The sanctuary will be in the center of it. (Ezekiel 48, 8)

  • The part you must set aside for Yahweh is to be twenty-five thousand cubits long and ten thousand cubits wide. (Ezekiel 48, 9)

  • This consecrated portion is to belong to the priests, being, on the north side, twenty-five thousand cubits; on the west side ten thousand cubits wide, on the east side ten thousand cubits wide and on the south side twenty-five thousand cubits long, and the sanctuary of Yahweh will be the center of it. (Ezekiel 48, 10)

  • The territory of the Levites, like the territory of the priests, is to be twenty-five thousand cubits long and ten thousand wide - the whole length being twenty-five thousand and the width ten thousand. (Ezekiel 48, 13)

  • King Nebuchadnezzar had a golden statue, sixty cubits high and six cubits wide, erected on the plain of Dura in the province of Babylon. (Daniel 3, 1)

  • Look at your braves - they are like women! Your gates are wide open, the bars consumed by fire, and the enemies freely enter. (Nahum 3, 13)

  • He asked me, "What do you see?" And I answered, "A flying scroll, thirty feet long and fifteen feet wide." (Zechariah 5, 2)

  • Enter through the narrow gate; for wide is the gate and broad is the road that leads to destruction, and many go that way. (Matthew 7, 13)

  • They do everything in order to be seen by people; so they wear very wide bands of the Law around their foreheads, and robes with large tassels. (Matthew 23, 5)


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