Löydetty 33 Tulokset: Utensils

  • All the utensils of the altar, the pots, shovels, basins, forks and fire pans, were likewise made of bronze. (Exodus 38, 3)

  • They had charge of whatever pertained to the ark, the table, the lampstand, the altars, the utensils with which the ministry of the sanctuary was exercised, and the veil. (Numbers 3, 31)

  • The lampstand with all its utensils they shall then enclose in a covering of tahash skin, and place on a litter. (Numbers 4, 10)

  • Taking the utensils of the sanctuary service, they shall wrap them all in violet cloth and cover them with tahash skin. They shall then place them on a litter. (Numbers 4, 12)

  • On this they shall put all the utensils with which it is served: the fire pans, forks, shovels, basins, and all the utensils of the altar. They shall then spread a covering of tahash skin over this, and put the poles in place. (Numbers 4, 14)

  • "Only after Aaron and his sons have finished covering the sacred objects and all their utensils on breaking camp, shall the Kohathites enter to carry them. But they shall not touch the sacred objects; if they do they will die. These, then, are the objects in the meeting tent that the Kohathites shall carry. (Numbers 4, 15)

  • "Eleazar, son of Aaron the priest, shall be in charge of the oil for the light, the fragrant incense, the established cereal offering, and the anointing oil. He shall be in charge of the whole Dwelling with all the sacred objects and utensils that are in it." (Numbers 4, 16)

  • In addition, all King Solomon's drinking vessels were of gold, and all the utensils in the hall of the Forest of Lebanon were of pure gold. There was no silver, for in Solomon's time it was considered worthless. (1 Kings 10, 21)

  • He brought into the temple of the LORD his father's and his own votive offerings of silver, gold, and various utensils. (1 Kings 15, 15)

  • He took all the gold and silver and all the utensils there were in the temple of the LORD and the treasuries of the palace, and hostages as well. Then he returned to Samaria. (2 Kings 14, 14)

  • He carried off all the treasures of the temple of the LORD and those of the palace, and broke up all the gold utensils that Solomon, king of Israel, had provided in the temple of the LORD, as the LORD had foretold. (2 Kings 24, 13)

  • Others were appointed to take care of the utensils and all the sacred vessels, as well as the fine flour, the wine, the oil, the frankincense, and the spices. (1 Chronicles 9, 29)


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