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  • In the four hundred and eightieth year after the Israelites came out of Egypt, in the fourth year of Solomon's reign over Israel, in the month of Ziv, which is the second month, he began building the Temple of Yahweh. (1 Kings 6, 1)

  • The temple which King Solomon built for Yahweh was sixty cubits long, twenty cubits wide and twenty-five high. (1 Kings 6, 2)

  • The portico in front of the Hekal of the Temple was twenty cubits long across the width of the Temple and ten cubits wide along the length of the Temple. (1 Kings 6, 3)

  • He made windows for the Temple with frames and latticework. (1 Kings 6, 4)

  • He also built an annex against the Temple wall, right round the Hekal and Debir. He built lateral storeys all round; (1 Kings 6, 5)

  • the lowest lateral storey was five cubits wide, the middle one six cubits, and the third seven cubits, for he had made the outside of the Temple wall correspondingly stepped back all round, so that the annex was not attached to the Temple walls. (1 Kings 6, 6)

  • (The building of the Temple was done with quarry -- dressed stone; no sound of hammer or pick or any iron tool was to be heard in the Temple while it was being built.) (1 Kings 6, 7)

  • The entrance to the lowest storey was at the right-hand corner of the Temple; access to the middle storey was by a spiral staircase, and so from the middle storey to the third. (1 Kings 6, 8)

  • Having finished building the Temple, he roofed the Temple with a coffered ceiling of cedar wood. (1 Kings 6, 9)

  • Round the outside of the Temple he then built the annex which was five cubits high and was joined to the Temple by cedar-wood beams. (1 Kings 6, 10)

  • 'With regard to this temple which you are now building, if you follow my statutes and obey my ordinances and faithfully follow my commandments, I shall fulfil the promise which I made about you to your father David. (1 Kings 6, 12)

  • Solomon finished building the Temple. (1 Kings 6, 14)


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