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  • Aaron replied, "Have your wives and sons and daughters take off the golden earrings they are wearing, and bring them to me." (Exodus 32, 2)

  • the golden altar, the anointing oil, the fragrant incense; the curtain for the entrance of the tent, (Exodus 39, 38)

  • Put the golden altar of incense in front of the ark of the commandments, and hang the curtain at the entrance of the Dwelling. (Exodus 40, 5)

  • He placed the golden altar in the meeting tent, in front of the veil, (Exodus 40, 26)

  • Over the golden altar they shall spread a violet cloth, and cover this also with a covering of tahash skin. They shall then put the poles in place. (Numbers 4, 11)

  • When asked further, "What guilt offering should be our amends to him?", they replied: "Five golden hemorrhoids and five golden mice to correspond to the number of Philistine lords, since the same plague has struck all of you and your lords. (1 Samuel 6, 4)

  • You shall next take the ark of the LORD and place it on the cart, putting in a box beside it the golden articles that you are offering, as amends for your guilt. Start it on its way, and let it go. (1 Samuel 6, 8)

  • Then they placed the ark of the LORD on the cart, along with the box containing the golden mice and the images of the hemorrhoids. (1 Samuel 6, 11)

  • 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)

  • The golden hemorrhoids the Philistines sent back as a guilt offering to the LORD were as follows: one for Ashdod, one for Gaza, one for Ashkelon, one for Gath, and one for Ekron. (1 Samuel 6, 17)

  • The golden mice, however, corresponded to the number of all the cities of the Philistines belonging to the five lords, including fortified cities and open villages. The large stone on which the ark of the LORD was placed is still in the field of Joshua the Beth-shemite at the present time. (1 Samuel 6, 18)

  • David also took away the golden shields used by Hadadezer's servants and brought them to Jerusalem. (These Shishak, king of Egypt, took away when he came to Jerusalem in the days of Rehoboam, son of Solomon.) (2 Samuel 8, 7)

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