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Chapter 42

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1Then he led me out into the outer court, toward the north, and he brought me to the chambers that were opposite the temple yard and opposite the building on the north. 2The length of the building that was on the north side b Gk: Heb length was c Cn: Heb vestibule. And the side chambers of the temple and the canopies one hundred cubits, and the width fifty cubits. 3Across the twenty cubits that belonged to the inner court, and facing the pavement that belonged to the outer court, the chambers rose d Gk: Heb door gallery e Gk: Heb before the length by gallery e Gk: Heb before the length in three stories. 4In front of the chambers was a passage on the inner side, ten cubits wide and one hundred cubits deep, f Heb lacks the chambers rose and its g Meaning of Heb uncertain entrances were on the north. 5Now the upper chambers were narrower, for the galleries e Gk: Heb before the length took more away from them than from the lower and middle chambers in the building. 6For they were in three stories, and they had no pillars like the pillars of the outer h Gk Syr: Heb a way of one cubit court; for this reason the upper chambers were set back from the ground more than the lower and the middle ones. 7There was a wall outside parallel to the chambers, toward the outer court, opposite the chambers, fifty cubits long. 8For the chambers on the outer court were fifty cubits long, while those opposite the temple were one hundred cubits long. 9At the foot of these chambers ran a passage that one entered from the east in order to enter them from the outer court. 10The width of the passage i Heb their was fixed by the wall of the court.

On the south j Gk: Heb lacks outer also, opposite the vacant area and opposite the building, there were chambers 11with a passage in front of them; they were similar to the chambers on the north, of the same length and width, with the same exits k Heb lacks of the passage and arrangements and doors. 12So the entrances of the chambers to the south were entered through the entrance at the head of the corresponding passage, from the east, along the matching wall. e Gk: Heb before the length

13Then he said to me, “The north chambers and the south chambers opposite the vacant area are the holy chambers, where the priests who approach the LORD shall eat the most holy offerings; there they shall deposit the most holy offerings—the grain offering, the sin offering, and the guilt offering—for the place is holy. 14When the priests enter the holy place, they shall not go out of it into the outer court without laying there the vestments in which they minister, for these are holy; they shall put on other garments before they go near to the area open to the people.”

15When he had finished measuring the interior of the temple area, he led me out by the gate that faces east, and measured the temple area all around. 16He measured the east side with the measuring reed, five hundred cubits by the measuring reed. 17Then he turned and measured l Gk: Heb east the north side, five hundred cubits by the measuring reed. 18Then he turned and measured l Gk: Heb east the south side, five hundred cubits by the measuring reed. 19Then he turned to the west side and measured, five hundred cubits by the measuring reed. 20He measured it on the four sides. It had a wall around it, five hundred cubits long and five hundred cubits wide, to make a separation between the holy and the common.

Notes:

k Gk: Heb length

a Cn: Heb vestibule. And the side chambers of the temple and the canopies

b Gk: Heb door

c Gk: Heb before the length

d Heb lacks the chambers rose

e Meaning of Heb uncertain

f Gk Syr: Heb a way of one cubit

g Heb their

h Gk: Heb lacks outer

i Heb lacks of the passage

j Gk: Heb east

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