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1 Kings 7:13-51

CEB 13 Then King Solomon sent a message and brought Hiram from Tyre. NIV 13 King Solomon sent to Tyre and brought Huram, CEB 14 Hiram's mother was a widow from the tribe of Naphtali. His father was a Tyrian skilled in bronze work. He was amazingly skillful in the techniques and knowledge for doing all kinds of work in bronze. He came to King Solomon and did all his work. NIV 14 whose mother was a widow from the tribe of Naphtali and whose father was a man of Tyre and a craftsman in bronze. Huram was highly skilled and experienced in all kinds of bronze work. He came to King Solomon and did all the work assigned to him. CEB 15 He cast two bronze pillars. Each one was twenty-seven feet high and required a cord of eighteen feet to reach around it. NIV 15 He cast two bronze pillars, each eighteen cubits high and twelve cubits around, by line. CEB 16 He made two capitals of cast bronze for the tops of the columns. They were each seven and a half feet high. NIV 16 He also made two capitals of cast bronze to set on the tops of the pillars; each capital was five cubits high. CEB 17 He made an intricate network of chains for the capitals on top of the columns, seven for each capital. NIV 17 A network of interwoven chains festooned the capitals on top of the pillars, seven for each capital. CEB 18 He made the pillars and two rows of pomegranates for each network to adorn each of the capitals. NIV 18 He made pomegranates in two rows encircling each network to decorate the capitals on top of the pillars. He did the same for each capital. CEB 19 The capitals on top of the columns in the porch were made like lilies, each six feet high. NIV 19 The capitals on top of the pillars in the portico were in the shape of lilies, four cubits high. CEB 20 Above the round-shaped part and next to the network were two hundred pomegranates. These were placed in rows around both of the capitals on top of the columns. NIV 20 On the capitals of both pillars, above the bowl-shaped part next to the network, were the two hundred pomegranates in rows all around. CEB 21 He set up the columns at the temple's porch. He named the south column Jachin. The north column he named Boaz. NIV 21 He erected the pillars at the portico of the temple. The pillar to the south he named Jakin and the one to the north Boaz. CEB 22 After putting the lily shapes on top of the columns, he was finished with the columns. NIV 22 The capitals on top were in the shape of lilies. And so the work on the pillars was completed. CEB 23 He also made a tank of cast metal called the Sea. It was circular in shape, fifteen feet from rim to rim, seven and a half feet high, forty-five feet in circumference. NIV 23 He made the Sea of cast metal, circular in shape, measuring ten cubits from rim to rim and five cubits high. It took a line of thirty cubits to measure around it. CEB 24 Under the rim were two rows of gourds completely encircling it, ten every eighteen inches, each cast in its mold. NIV 24 Below the rim, gourds encircled it--ten to a cubit. The gourds were cast in two rows in one piece with the Sea. CEB 25 The Sea rested on twelve oxen with their backs toward the center, three facing north, three facing west, three facing south, and three facing east. NIV 25 The Sea stood on twelve bulls, three facing north, three facing west, three facing south and three facing east. The Sea rested on top of them, and their hindquarters were toward the center. CEB 26 The Sea was as thick as the width of a hand. Its rim was shaped like a cup or an open lily blossom. It could hold two thousand baths. NIV 26 It was a handbreadth in thickness, and its rim was like the rim of a cup, like a lily blossom. It held two thousand baths. CEB 27 He also made ten bronze stands. Each was six feet long, six feet wide, and four and a half feet high. NIV 27 He also made ten movable stands of bronze; each was four cubits long, four wide and three high. CEB 28 This is how each stand was made: There were panels connected between the legs. NIV 28 This is how the stands were made: They had side panels attached to uprights. CEB 29 Lions, bulls, and winged otherworldly creatures appeared on the panels between the legs. On the legs above and below the lions and bulls were wreaths on panels hanging off the stands. NIV 29 On the panels between the uprights were lions, bulls and cherubim--and on the uprights as well. Above and below the lions and bulls were wreaths of hammered work. CEB 30 There were four bronze wheels with bronze axles for each stand. There were four feet and supports cast for each basin with wreaths on their sides. NIV 30 Each stand had four bronze wheels with bronze axles, and each had a basin resting on four supports, cast with wreaths on each side. CEB 31 Inside the bowl was an opening eighteen inches deep. The opening was round, measuring twenty-seven inches, with engravings. The panels of the stands were square rather than round. NIV 31 On the inside of the stand there was an opening that had a circular frame one cubit deep. This opening was round, and with its basework it measured a cubit and a half. Around its opening there was engraving. The panels of the stands were square, not round. CEB 32 There were four wheels beneath the panels. The axles of the wheels were attached to the stand. Each wheel was twenty-seven inches in height. NIV 32 The four wheels were under the panels, and the axles of the wheels were attached to the stand. The diameter of each wheel was a cubit and a half. CEB 33 The construction of the wheels resembled chariot wheels. The axles, rims, spokes, and hubs were all made of cast metal. NIV 33 The wheels were made like chariot wheels; the axles, rims, spokes and hubs were all of cast metal. CEB 34 There was a handle on each of the four corners of every stand, projecting from the side of the stand. NIV 34 Each stand had four handles, one on each corner, projecting from the stand. CEB 35 The top of the stand had a band running around the perimeter that was nine inches deep. The stand had its own supports and panels. NIV 35 At the top of the stand there was a circular band half a cubit deep. The supports and panels were attached to the top of the stand. CEB 36 On the surfaces of the supports and panels he carved winged otherworldly creatures, lions, and palm trees with wreaths everywhere. NIV 36 He engraved cherubim, lions and palm trees on the surfaces of the supports and on the panels, in every available space, with wreaths all around. CEB 37 In this manner he made ten stands, each one cast in a single mold of the same size and shape. NIV 37 This is the way he made the ten stands. They were all cast in the same molds and were identical in size and shape. CEB 38 He made ten bronze washbasins, each able to hold forty baths. Every washbasin was six feet across, and there was one for each of the ten stands. NIV 38 He then made ten bronze basins, each holding forty baths and measuring four cubits across, one basin to go on each of the ten stands. CEB 39 He placed five stands on the south of the temple and five on the north of the temple. He placed the Sea at the southeast corner of the temple. NIV 39 He placed five of the stands on the south side of the temple and five on the north. He placed the Sea on the south side, at the southeast corner of the temple. CEB 40 Hiram made the basins, shovels, and bowls. And so Hiram finished his work on the LORD's temple for King Solomon: NIV 40 He also made the basins and shovels and sprinkling bowls. So Huram finished all the work he had undertaken for King Solomon in the temple of the LORD: CEB 41 two columns; two circular capitals on top of the columns; two networks, adorning the two circular capitals on top of the columns; NIV 41 the two pillars; the two bowl-shaped capitals on top of the pillars; the two sets of network decorating the two bowl-shaped capitals on top of the pillars; CEB 42 four hundred pomegranates for the two networks, with two rows of pomegranates for each network that adorned the two circular capitals on top of the columns; NIV 42 the four hundred pomegranates for the two sets of network (two rows of pomegranates for each network, decorating the bowl-shaped capitals on top of the pillars); CEB 43 ten stands with ten basins on them; NIV 43 the ten stands with their ten basins; CEB 44 one Sea; twelve oxen beneath the Sea; NIV 44 the Sea and the twelve bulls under it; CEB 45 and the pots, shovels, and bowls. All the equipment that Hiram made for King Solomon for the LORD's temple was made from polished bronze. NIV 45 the pots, shovels and sprinkling bowls. All these objects that Huram made for King Solomon for the temple of the LORD were of burnished bronze. CEB 46 The king cast it in clay molds in the Jordan Valley between Succoth and Zarethan. NIV 46 The king had them cast in clay molds in the plain of the Jordan between Succoth and Zarethan. CEB 47 Due to the very large number of objects, Solomon didn't even try to weigh the bronze. NIV 47 Solomon left all these things unweighed, because there were so many; the weight of the bronze was not determined. CEB 48 Solomon also made all the equipment for the LORD's temple: the gold altar; the gold table for the bread of the presence; NIV 48 Solomon also made all the furnishings that were in the LORD's temple: the golden altar; the golden table on which was the bread of the Presence; CEB 49 the lampstands of pure gold, five on the right and five on the left in front of the inner sanctuary; the flowers, the lamps, and the tongs of gold; NIV 49 the lampstands of pure gold (five on the right and five on the left, in front of the inner sanctuary); the gold floral work and lamps and tongs; CEB 50 the cups, wick trimmers, bowls, ladles, and censers of pure gold; and the gold sockets for the doors to the most holy place and for the doors to the main hall. NIV 50 the pure gold basins, wick trimmers, sprinkling bowls, dishes and censers; and the gold sockets for the doors of the innermost room, the Most Holy Place, and also for the doors of the main hall of the temple. CEB 51 When all King Solomon's work on the LORD's temple was finished, he brought the silver, gold, and all the objects his father David had dedicated and put them in the treasuries of the LORD's temple. NIV 51 When all the work King Solomon had done for the temple of the LORD was finished, he brought in the things his father David had dedicated--the silver and gold and the furnishings--and he placed them in the treasuries of the LORD's temple.