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  • All dedicated things placed in
  • Appointed as a house of prayer
  • Appointed as a house of sacrifice
  • Built on Mount Moriah on the threshing-floor of Ornan or Araunah
  • Cedar of, carved with flowers, &c
  • Ceiled with fir wood and gilt
  • Complete destruction of, predicted
  • David: Anxious to build.
  • David: Being a man of war not permitted to build.
  • David: Charged his princes to assist in building.
  • David: Charged Solomon to build.
  • David: Free will offering of the people for the building.
  • David: Made preparations for building.
  • David: Prayed that Solomon might have wisdom to build.
  • David: Told by the prophet that Solomon should build.
  • Divided into: The oracle or most holy place.
  • Divided into: The porch.
  • Divided into: The sanctuary or greater house.
  • Filled with the cloud of glory
  • Garnished with precious stones
  • God promised to dwell in
  • Historical notices of: Defiled and its treasures given by Ahaz to the king of Assyria.
  • Historical notices of: Its treasures given by Hezekiah to the Assyrians to procure a treaty.
  • Historical notices of: Pillaged and burned by the Babylonians.
  • Historical notices of: Pillaged by Shishak king of Egypt.
  • Historical notices of: Polluted by the idolatrous worship of Manasseh.
  • Historical notices of: Purified and divine worship restored under Hezekiah.
  • Historical notices of: Purified by Josiah.
  • Historical notices of: Repaired by Jehoash at the institution of Jehoiada.
  • Historical notices of: Repaired by Josiah in the 18th year of his reign.
  • Historical notices of: Treasures of given by Jehoash to propitiate the Syrians.
  • Illustrative of: Christ.
  • Illustrative of: The bodies of saints.
  • Illustrative of: The spiritual church.
  • Its magnificence
  • Sacred fire sent down from heaven at its dedication
  • Solemnly dedicated to God by Solomon
  • Solomon: Applied to Hiram for a skilful workman to superintend, &c the building of.
  • Solomon: Built without the noise of hammers, axe, or any tool.
  • Solomon: Commenced second day of second month of fourth year of Solomon.
  • Solomon: Contracted with Hiram for wood, stone, and labour.
  • Solomon: Determined to build.
  • Solomon: Employed all the strangers in preparing for.
  • Solomon: Employed thirty thousand Israelites in the work.
  • Solomon: Specially instructed for.
  • Surrounded with spacious courts
  • Surrounded with three stories of chambers communicating with the interior on the right side
  • The ark of God brought into with great solemnity
  • The floor and walls of, covered with cedar and fir wood
  • The greater or outer house: Had door posts of olive wood carved and gilded.
  • The greater or outer house: Had folding doors of fir wood carved and golden.
  • The greater or outer house: Was forty cubits long.
  • The oracle or most holy place: A partition of chains of gold between it and outer house.
  • The oracle or most holy place: Separated from the outer house by a vail.
  • The oracle or most holy place: The doors and the posts of, of olive wood carved and gilded.
  • The oracle or most holy place: Two cherubims of gilded olive wood made within.
  • The oracle or most holy place: Was twenty cubits every way.
  • The porch of: One hundred and twenty cubits high.
  • The porch of: Pillars of, with their chapiters described.
  • The porch of: Twenty cubits long and ten broad.
  • The whole inside and outside covered with gold
  • Was but a temple built with hands
  • Was called: House of the God of Jacob.
  • Was called: Mount Zion.
  • Was called: The house of the Lord.
  • Was called: The mountain of the Lord`s house.
  • Was called: Zion.
  • Was finished in the eighth month of the eleventh year of Solomon
  • Was lighted by narrow windows
  • Was roofed with cedar
  • Was seven years in building
  • Was three score cubits longs, twenty broad, and thirty high

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