The four chief Levite gatekeepers were in charge of the rooms and treasures in God's temple because of their faithfulness.
They would spend the night stationed around God's temple because they had to guard it and open it every morning.
Some of them were in charge of the utensils for worship. They would count them when they brought them in and when they took them out.
Other descendants of Korah were placed in charge of the utensils, the holy utensils, the flour, wine, olive oil, incense, and spices.
Some of the priests' sons prepared the mixture of spices.
Mattithiah, a Levite, the firstborn son of Shallum, Korah's descendant, was entrusted with preparing the flat bread.
Some of their Kohathite relatives were responsible for setting the bread out in rows every day of worship.
These were the musicians who were the heads of the Levite families. They lived in rooms in the temple and were free from other duties because they were on duty day and night.
They were the heads of the Levite families according to their ancestry. These head Levites lived in Jerusalem.
Jeiel, who first settled Gibeon, lived in Gibeon, and his wife's name was Maacah.
His firstborn son was Abdon, then Zur, Kish, Baal, Nadab,