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Ezekiel 48:30 ASV
And these are the egresses of the city: On the north side four thousand and five hundred [reeds] by measure;
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Ezekiel 48:30 BBE
And these are the outskirts of the town: on the north side, four thousand five hundred by measure;
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Ezekiel 48:30 CEB
These are the city exits. The north side is measured at 1.28 miles.
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Ezekiel 48:30 CJB
"'These are the city exits; they are to be named after the tribes of Isra'el, three gates on each of the four sides; the four sides each measure just under one-and-a-half [miles]: on the north, gates named after Re'uven, Y'hudah and Levi; on the east, gates named after Yosef, Binyamin and Dan; on the south, gates named after Shim'on, Yissakhar and Z'vulun; and on the west, gates named after Gad, Asher and Naftali.
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Ezekiel 48:30 RHE
And these are the goings out of the city: on the north side thou shalt measure four thousand and five hundred.
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Ezekiel 48:30 ESV
"These shall be the exits of the city: On the north side, which is to be 4,500 cubits by measure,
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Ezekiel 48:30 GW
These will be the exits for the city: The north side will be 7,875 feet long.
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Ezekiel 48:30 GNT
There are twelve entrances to the city of Jerusalem. Each of the four walls measures 2,520 yards and has three gates in it, each named for one of the tribes. The gates in the north wall are named for Reuben, Judah, and Levi; those in the east wall, for Joseph, Benjamin, and Dan; those in the south wall, for Simeon, Issachar, and Zebulun; and those in the west wall are named for Gad, Asher, and Naphtali.
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Ezekiel 48:30 HNV
These are the exits of the city: On the north side four thousand and five hundred [reeds] by measure;
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Ezekiel 48:30 CSB
"These are the exits of the city: On the north side, which measures one and a half [miles],
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Ezekiel 48:30 KJV
And these are the goings out of the city on the north side, four thousand and five hundred measures.
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Ezekiel 48:30 LEB
And these [shall be] the exits of the city: From {the north side}, four thousand and five hundred [cubits] [by] measurement.
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Ezekiel 48:30 NAS
"These are the exits of the city: on the north side, 4,500 cubits by measurement,
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Ezekiel 48:30 NCV
"These will be the outside borders of the city: The north side will measure more than one mile.
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Ezekiel 48:30 NIRV
"Here is a list of the gates of the city. Start with its north side. It will be a mile and a half long.
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Ezekiel 48:30 NIV
"These will be the exits of the city: Beginning on the north side, which is 4,500 cubits long,
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Ezekiel 48:30 NKJV
"These are the exits of the city. On the north side, measuring four thousand five hundred cubits
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Ezekiel 48:30 NLT
"These will be the exits to the city: On the north wall, which is 1 1/2 miles long,
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Ezekiel 48:30 NRS
These shall be the exits of the city: On the north side, which is to be four thousand five hundred cubits by measure,
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Ezekiel 48:30 RSV
"These shall be the exits of the city: On the north side, which is to be four thousand five hundred cubits by measure,
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Ezekiel 48:30 DBY
And these are the goings out of the city. On the north side, four thousand and five hundred [cubits] by measure.
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Ezekiel 48:30 MSG
"These are the gates of the city. On the north side, which is 2,250 yards long
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Ezekiel 48:30 WBT
And these [are] the goings out of the city on the north side, four thousand and five hundred measures.
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Ezekiel 48:30 TMB
"And these are the exits out of the city: On the north side, four thousand and five hundred measures,
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Ezekiel 48:30 TNIV
"These will be the exits of the city: Beginning on the north side, which is 4,500 cubits long,
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Ezekiel 48:30 WEB
These are the exits of the city: On the north side four thousand and five hundred [reeds] by measure;
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Ezekiel 48:30 WYC
And these be the goings out of the city; from the north coast thou shalt mete five hundred and four thousand reeds (five hundred and four thousand rods). (And these be the goings out of the city; on the north side thou shalt measure four thousand five hundred cubits.)
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Ezekiel 48:30 YLT
`And these [are] the outgoings of the city on the north side, five hundred, and four thousand measures.
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Ezekiel 48 Commentary - Matthew Henry Commentary on the Whole Bible (Concise)

Chapter 48

- Here is a description of the several portions of the land belonging to each tribe. In gospel times, behold all things are become new. Much is wrapped up in emblems and numbers. This method God has used to state mysterious truths in his word, not to be more clearly revealed till the proper time and season. But into the church of Christ, both in its state of warfare and triumph, there is free access by faith, from every side. Christ has opened the kingdom of heaven for all believers. Whoever will, may come, and take of the water of life, of the tree of life, freely. The Lord is there, in his church, to be nigh unto them in all they call upon him for. This is true of every real Christian; whatever soul has in it a living principle of grace, it may truly be said, The Lord is there. May we be found citizens of this holy city, and act agreeably to that character; and have the benefit of the Lord's presence with us, in life, in death, and for evermore.

Ezekiel 48 Commentary - Commentary Critical and Explanatory on the Whole Bible

CHAPTER 48

Ezekiel 48:1-35 . ALLOTMENT OF THE LAND TO SEVERAL TRIBES.

1. Dan--The lands are divided into portions of ideal exactness, running alongside of each other, the whole breadth from west to east, standing in a common relation to the temple in the center: seven tribes' portions on the north, five in the smaller division in the south. The portions of the city, the temple, the prince, and the priesthood, are in the middle, not within the boundaries of any tribe, all alike having a common interest in them. Judah has the place of honor next the center on the north, Benjamin the corresponding place of honor next the center on the south; because of the adherence of these two to the temple ordinances and to the house of David for so long, when the others deserted them. Dan, on the contrary, so long locally and morally semi-heathen ( Judges 18:1-31 ), is to have the least honorable place, at the extreme north. For the same reason, St. John ( Revelation 7:5-8 ) omits Dan altogether.

3. Asher--a tribe of which no one of note is mentioned in the Old Testament. In the New Testament one is singled out of it, the prophetess Anna.

4. Manasseh--The intercourse and unity between the two and a half tribes east of the Jordan, and the nine and a half west of it, had been much kept up by the splitting of Manasseh, causing the visits of kinsmen one to the other from both sides of the Jordan. There shall be no need for this in the new order of things.

5. Ephraim--This tribe, within its two dependent tribes, Manasseh and Benjamin, for upwards of four hundred years under the judges held the pre-eminence.

6. Reuben--doomed formerly for incest and instability "not to excel" ( Genesis 49:4 ). So no distinguished prophet, priest, or king had come from it. Of it were the notorious Dathan and Abiram, the mutineers. A pastoral and Bedouin character marked it and Gad ( Judges 5:16 ).

15-17. The five thousand rods, apportioned to the city out of the twenty-five thousand square, are to be laid off in a square of four thousand five hundred, with the two hundred fifty all around for suburbs.
profane--that is, not strictly sacred as the sacerdotal portions, but applied to secular uses.

24. Benjamin--Compare Jacob's prophecy ( Genesis 49:27 , Deuteronomy 33:12 ). It alone with Judah had been throughout loyal to the house of David, so its prowess at the "night" of the national history was celebrated as well as in the "morning."

25. Simeon--omitted in the blessing of Moses in Deuteronomy 33:1-29 perhaps because of the Simeonite "prince," who at Baal-peor led the Israelites in their idolatrous whoredoms with Midian ( Numbers 25:14 ).

26. Issachar--Its ancient portion had been on the plain of Esdraelon. Compared ( Genesis 49:14 ) to "a strong ass crouching between two burdens," that is, tribute and tillage; never meddling with wars except in self-defense.

31. gates--( Revelation 21:12 , &c.). The twelve gates bear the names of the twelve tribes to imply that all are regarded as having an interest in it.

35. Lord is there--Jehovah-Shammah. Not that the city will be called so in mere name, but that the reality will be best expressed by this descriptive title ( Jeremiah 3:17 , 33:16 , Zechariah 2:10 , Revelation 21:3 , 22:3 ).