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Cound abont it ras Afty cubits for the priests, the keepers of the berg irere toward the place that ong, and five and twenty cubits charge of the house. And the was left, one door toward the
road. And the arches round chamber, whose prospect is to north, and another door toward zhwut were five and twenty cubits ward the north, is for the priests, the south: and the breadth of the Ong, and five cubits broad: And the keepers of the charge of the place that was left was five cubits he arches thereof were toward altar: these are the sons of Zadok, round about. Now the building che outer court; and palm-trees among the sons of Levi, which that was before the separate rere upon the posts thereof; and come near to the Lord to minis- place, at the end toward the west, Ilie goin: up to it had eight steps. ter unto him. So he measured was seventy cubits broad; and the And he brought me into the inner the court, an bundrell cubits long, wall of the building was five cucourt toward the east: and he and an hundred cubits broad, bits thick round about, and the measured the gate according to four-square; and the altar that length thereof ninety cubits. So these measures. And the little 10as before the house. And he he measured the house, an hunchambers thereof, and the posts brought me to the porch of the dred cubits long; and the separate thereof, and the arches thereof, house, and measured euch post of place, and the building, with the cere according to these measures: the porch, five cubits on this side. walls thereof, an hundred cubits and there were windows therein, and five cnbits on that side: and long: Also the breadth of the face and in the archey thereof round the breadth of the gate was three of the house, and of the sparate about: it was ifty cubits long, and cubits on this side, and three place toward the east, an hundred five and twenty cubits broad. cubits on that side. The length cubits. And he measured the And the arches thereof were to- of the porch was twenty cubits, length of the building over against ward the outward court; and and the breadth eleven cubits; and the separate place which reas bepalm-trees were upon the posts he brought me by the steps where-hind it, and the galleries thereof Thereof, on this side, and on that by they went up to it; and there on the one side, and on the other side: and the going up to it had vere pillars by the posts, one on side, an hundred cubits, with the eight steps. And he brought me this side, and another on that side. inner temple, and the porches of to the north gate, and measured Ezek, xli, 1--7, 9--26. Afterward the court; the door. posts, and the it according to these measures; he brought me to the temple, and narrow windows, and the galleries The little chambers thereof, the measured the posts. six cubits round abont on their three stories, posts thereof, and the arches broad on the one side, and six over against the door, ceiled with thereof, and the windows to it cubits broad on the other side, wood round obout, and from the round about: the length was fifty which was the breadih of the ta- ground up to the windows, and cubits, and the breadth tive and bernacle. And the breadth of the the windows pcere covered; To twenty cubits. And the posts door was ten cubits; and the sides that above the door, even unto thereof urere toward the outer of the door were five cubits on the inner house and without, and court; and palm-trees were upon the one side, and five cubits on by all the wall round about, with the posts thereof on this side, and the other side: and he measured in and without, by measure. And up that side: and the going up to the length thereof, forty cubits, it was made with cherubims and it had eight steps. And the and the breadth, twenty cubits, palm-trees, so that a palm-trie chambers, and the entries thereof, Then went be inward, and mea- was between a cherub and a clieutre by the posts of the gates, sured the post of the door two rub; and every cherub bad two where they washed the burnt- cubits, and the door six cnbits, faces; So that the face of a man offering. And in the porch of the and the breadth of the door seven was toward the palm-tree on the pate were two tables on this side, cubits. So be measured the one side, and the face of a young and two tables on that side, to length thereof, twenty cubits, and lion toward the palm-tree on the slay thereon tbe burnt-otiering, the breadth twenty cubits, before other side it was made thronghi and the sin-offering, and the tros- the temple; and he said unto me, all the house round about. From pass-offering. And at the side This is the most holy place. After the ground unto above the door without, as one goeth up to the he measured the wall of the house were cherubims and palm-trere entry of the north gate, were two six cubits!; and the breadth of made, and on the wall of the tables; and on the other side, every side-chamber four cubits, temple. The posts of the temple which was at the porch of the round about the honse on every were squarell, and the face of the gate, were two tables. Four side. And the side-chambers were sanctuary; the appearance of the tables were on this side, and four three, one over another, and thirty one as the appearance of the other. tables on that side, by the side of in order, and they entered into The altar of wood 1713 three cuthe gute; eight tables, whereupon the wall which was of the house bits high, and the length thereof they slew their sacrifices. And for the side-chambers roundabout, two cubits; and the corners therethe four tables were of hewn stone that they might have bold, but of, and tne length thereof, and the for the burnt-offering, of a cubit they had not hold in the wall of walls thereot, ucre of wood: and and an half long, and a cubit and the house. And there was an en- he said unto me. This is the table an half broad, and one cubit high: larging, and a winding about still that is before the LORD. And the whereupon also they laid the upward to the side-chambers for temple and the sanctuary had two instruments wherewith they slew the winding abont of the house doors. And the di org had two the burnt-offering and the sacri. went still upward round about leaves apiece, two turning leaves; fice. And within were hooks, an the house: therefore the breadth two leares for the one door, and band-broad, fastened round abont: of the house was still upward, and two leaves for the other door. and upon the tables was the flesh so increased from the lowest cham- And there were made on them, on of the offering. And without the ber to the highest by the midst the doors of the temple, cherubims inner gate were the chambers of the thickness of the wall, which and palm-trees, like as were made
the singers in the inner court, was for the side-chanıber without, upon the walls; and there were which was at the side of the nortb was five cubits; and that which thick planks upon the face of ihe gate; and their prospect was to- was left was the place of the side-porch without. And there were ward the south; one at the side of chambers that were within. And narrow windows and palm-trees the east gato haring the prospect between the chambers was the on the ore side and on the viber
toward the north. And he said wideness of twenty cubits round side, on the sides of the porch, toto me, This chamber, whose about the house on every side. and upon the side-chambers of prospect is toward the south, is 1 And the doors of the side-cham-' the house, and thick planks.
Ezek, xlii, 1-13, 15-20. Then he reeds, with the measuring-reed ( rael, bath entered in by it, bet
It is furthe brought me forth into the outer round about. He measured the fore it shall be shot. court,thewaytoward the north;and south side, five hundred reeds, prince; the prince, be shall sit in
He it to eat bread before the less ho brought me into the chamber with the measuring-reed. that was over against the separate turned about to the west side, he shall enter by the way of the place, and which was before the and measured five hundred reeds, porch of that gate, and shall no bullding toward the north. Be- with the measuring - reed. He out by the way of the side. Thea fore the length of an hundred cu. measured it by the four sides: it brought be me the way of the bile was the north door, and the had a wall round abont five hun. north gate before the boose and breadth 2008 fifty cubiis. Over dred reeds long, and five hundred I looked, and, behold, the glory against the twenty cubits which broad, to make a separation be the LORD filled the house of the were for the inner court, and over tween the sanctuary and the pro- LORD; and I fell upon nay face against the pavement which wasfor fune place.
Aud thou shalt sy to iberthe outer court,cas gallery against
lious, eren to the house of Israel galleryin three stories. And before Afterward he brought me to the house of Israel, let it suffice a
Ezek. xlili, 1, 4, 5, 8, 9. 12--17. Thus saith the Lord Goa, o je te chambers was a walk of ten cuuits breadth inward, a way of one toward the east: And the glory of gate, eren the gate that looke!h
of all your abominations. In ta cubit; and iheir doors toward the the Lord came into the house by ary strangers, uncireamueu in
ye have brought into my em north. Now the upper chambers
the way of the gate whose pro-heart, and uncircumcisei is , were shorter: for the galleries were biglier than these, than the spect is toward the east. So the to be in my sanctuary, to pol u lower, and than the middlemust spirit took me up, and brought me it, eren my house, when se de
into the inuer court; and, behold, of the building. For they were in the glory of the Lord filled the and they have brušen nyota
my bread, the fat and the blood three stories, but had not pillars
bouge. In their setting of the as the pillars of the courts: there, threshold by my thresholds, and nations. And ye have to be
nant, because of all your abia ture the building was straitened their post by my posts, and their the charge of mine bolç ihn more than the lowest and the wall between me and them, they but ye have set keepers of middlemost from the
ground. And the wall that was without by their abominations that they selves. Thus saith the LONG
have even defiled my holy name charge in my sanctuary for over against the chambers, to
have committed: wherefore I have No stranger, uncirconcise Ward the outer court on the fore. part of the chambers, the length Now let them put away their shall enter into my soccer
consumed them in mine auger: heart, nor uncircumcised in the thereof was fifty cubits. For the whoredom, and the carcases of any stranger that is amoaz length of the chambers that were their kings, far from me, and I children of Israel in the outer court was fifty cubits; will dwell in the midst of them and, lo, before the temple were an
Ezek. xlvi, S-10 19-24. As ! buudred cnbi's. And from under house; Upon the top of the moun, shall go in by the way of
for ever. This is the law of the when the prince shall enter, these chambers was the entry on the east side, as one goeth into | about shall be most holy. Bebold,
tain the whole limit thereof round porch of that gate, and be them from the outer court. The this is the law of the house. And when the people of tba tanda?
go forth by the way thereol B chambers were in the thickness of
these are the measures of the the wall of the court toward the altar after the cubits: The cubit is solemn feasts, he that entered
come before the LOED is east, over against the sepirate a cubit and an band-breadth; even by the way of the north green place, and over against the build
the bottom shall be a cubit, and worship shall Bu out by tbe #? in Aud the way before them
the breadth a cubit, and the bor of the south gate and be was like the appearance of the der thereof by the edge thereof entereth by the way of these chambers which were toward the round about shall be a span; and gate shall go forth by the way borth, as long as they, and as
this shall be the higher place of the north gate: be sball Dot broad as they; and all their guings the aitar. And from the boitom turu by the way of the out were both: according to their fashions, and according to their upon the ground cren to the whereby he came in bat so doors. And according to the doors / lower Settle shall be two cubits, forth over against it.
and the breadth one cubit; and prince in the midst or them, als of the chambers that were toward the south was a door in the head of from the lesser settle even to the they go in, shall g) in; andst the way, even the way directly greater settle shall be four cubits, they go forth, sliali go forth. 4
and the breadth one cubit. So the be bronght me throngh ibeer before the wall toward the east, altar shall be four cubits; and from whichras at the sideof the site as one enteret into them. Then
the allar and upwaru shall be four to the holychambers of the pres said he unlu me, The north cham
horns. And the altar shall be which looked toward the D. bers and the south chambers, twelve cubits long, twelve broad, and, bebold, there was a pter which are before the separate
square in the four squares thereof. the two sides westward' is place they be boly chambers, wbere
And the settle shall be fourteen said he unto me, This is the thie priests that approach unto the cubits long, and fourteen broad in where the priests shall but LORD sball eat the most holy the four squares tuereof; and the trespass-offering and ide sin illugs: there shall they lay the border about it shall be half a ing, where they shall had be mosi holy things, and the meal, cnbit; and the bottom thereof shall offering, and the on-off-ring, and be a cubit about; and his stairs not out into the outer wat
meat-offering, that they heart the trespass
ooring; torthe place is holy. Now, when he had made shall look toward the east.
sanctify the people. an end of measurius the inner Ezek. xliv, 1--4, 6-9. Then he brought me forth into tbe house, he brought me forth to. brought me back the way of the court, and caused me to del. ward the gate whose prospect is gate of the outward sauctuary, the four corners of the coors toward the east, and measured it which looketh toward the east, behold in every corner of the round about. He measured the and it was shot. Then said the there was a court. 10 L east side with the measuring-reed, LORD unto me. This gate shall corners of the curt terem five hundred reeus, with the mean be shut, it shall not be opened, courts joined of suring-reed rouud about. He more and no man shall enter in by it; long, and thirty brai: * suroi the north side, tivo lundred because the LORD, the God of Is. I four corners XDETE ol es **
mnre. And there was a row of the Jews: for the Jews bad agreed will meet with the children of building round about in them, already, that if any man did con- Israel, and the tabernacle shall be ruund about them four, and it was fess that he was Christ, he should sanctified by my glory. And I made with boiling-places under be put out of the synagogue. will sanctify the tabernacle of the the rows round about. Then said
John xii, 42. Nevertheless
congregation, and the altar: I will he unto me, These are the places
sanctify also both Aron and his of them that boil, where the mini- among the chiet rulers also many sons, to minister to me in the sters of the house shall boil the believed on hiin; but because of
And I will dwell
priest's office. sacrifice of the people.
the Pharisees they did not confess
will be their God.
Exod. xxxiii, 9, 10. And it came
you out of the synagogues: yea, tabernacle, the clonly pillar de. PLACES OF SABBATH WORSHIP. the time cometh, that whosoever Ps. Ixxiv, 8. They said in their killeth you will think that he scended, and stood at the door of doeth God service.
the tabernacle, and the LORD hearts, Let us destroy them to
talked with Moses. And all the gether: they have burnt up all the
people saw the cloudy pillar stand
V. synagogues of God in the land,
at the tabernacle-door: and all the PURPOSE OF TABERNACLE people rose up and worshipped, Matth. iv. 23. And Jesus went about all Galilee, teaching in their
every man in his tent-door synagogues, and preaching the AS THE SCENE OF GOD'S PRESENCE.
Exod. xxxiv, 2, 3. And be ready gospel of the kingdom, and heal
in the morning, and come up in
Gen. xxviii, 16, 17. And Jacob ing all manner of sickness and all aw ked out of his sleep, and be and present thyself there to ine in
the morning unto mount Sinai, manner of disease among the said, Surely the Lord is in this the top of the mount. Aud no people,
place, and I knew it not. And he Matth. vi, 5.
man shall come up with thee, And hen thou wis afraid, and said, How dread- neither let any man be seen prayest, thou shalt not be as the ful is this place! this is none other throughout all the mount; neither bypocrites are: for they love to but the bouse of God, and this is let the Hocks and herds feed bepray standing in the synagogues the gate of heaven.
fore that mount. and in the corners of the streets,
Ecod. III, 5. And he said, Draw that they may be seen of men.
Lev. ix, 23. And Moses ani! Verily I say unto you, They lave from off iby feet, for the place the congregation, and came out,
not nigli bisher: put off tlıy shoes Aaron went into the tabernacle of their reward.
whereon thou standest is holy and blessed the people: and the Luke vii, 4, 5. And when they ground.
glory of the LORD appeared unto came to Jesus, they besought him
Exod. xix, 12, 13, 23--25. And all the people. jostantly, saying, That he
thou shalt set bounits unto the Lev. xví, 2. And the LORD said worthy for whom he should do people round about, saying, Take unto Moses, Speak unto Aaron thy this: For he loveth our nation, and heed to yourselves, that ye go not brother, that be come not at all he hath built us a synagogue.
up into the mount, or touch the times into the holy place within Lule x1, 43. Woe unto you, border of it: wliosoever toucheth the vail before the merey-seilt, Pharisees: for ye love the npper the mount shall be surely put to which is upon the ark, that he die most seats in tlie synagogues, and death. There shall not an hand not: for I will appear in the cloud greetings in the markets.
touch it, but he shall surely be upon the mercy-seat.
stoned, or shot through; whether Acts vi, 9. Then there aroge
Lev. xix, 30. Ye shall keep my it be beast or man, it shall not live: sabbaths, and reverence my saliccertain of the synagogue, which is when the trumpet soundeth long, tuary: I am the LORD. called the synagogue of the Liber- they shall come up to the mount. tines, and Cyrenians, and Alex- And Moses said unto the LORD, Lev. xxvi, 11. 12. And I will set andrlans, and of them of Cilicia the people cannot come up to my tabernacle among you; and my and of Asia, disputing with Ste-mount Sinai: for thou chargedst soul shall not ablavr you. And I pben.
us, saying, Set bounds about the will walk among you, and will be Acts xill, 14. But when they mount, and sanctify it. And the your God, and ye sliall be my departed from Perga, they came LORD said unto him, Away, get people. to Antioch in Pisilla, and went thee down, nd thou shall come Num. xi, 17. And I will come into the synagogue on the sabbath up, thou, and Aaiun witb thee: down and talk with thee there: day, and sat down.
but let not the press and the and I will take of the spirit which Acts xv, 21. For Moses of old people break through to come up is upon thee, and will put it upon timo hath in every city them that
unto the Lord, lést he break forth them; and they shall bear the burpreach him, being read in the upon them. So Moses went down den of the people with thee, that synagogues every sabbath day. unto the people, and spake unto thou bear it not thyself alone. them.
1 Chron. xxix, 1. Furthermore, FRESIDED OVER BY ELDERS-ONE Exod. xxiv, 1, 2. And he said David the king said unto all the OF WHOM IS CALLED THE CHIEF,
unto Moses, Come up unto the congregation, Solomon my son,
Lord, thou, and Aaron, Nadab, and whom alone God hath choseu, is RULER.
Abihin, and seventy of the elders yet young and tender, and the Mark v, 22. And, behold, there of Israel: and worship ye afar off. work is great: for the palace is co'neth one of the rulers of the And Moses alone shall come near not for man, but for the LORD synagogue, Jairus by name; and the LORD; but they shall not come God. when he saw him, he fell at his nigh, neither shall the people go feet. up with him.
2 Chron. viii, 11. And Solomon
brought up the daughter of PhaExod. XXV, 8. And let them raoh out of the city of David unto EXCOMMUNICATION.
make me a saucinary, that I may the house that he had built for John 1x, 22. These words spake dwell among them.
her: for he said, My wife shall not his parents, because they feared Exod. xxix, 43--45. And there I l dwell in the house of David king
of Israel, because the places are nor offered burnt-offerings in the they shall eat thy fruit, and they holy, wheruunto the ark of the holy place unto the God of Israel. shall drink thy milk. LURD liath conne. Wherefore tbe wrath of the LORD
Zech. xiv, 21. .... And in this P8. xciii, 5. Thy testimonies are was upon Judah and Jerusalem,
day there shall be no more the Very Bure;
and lie hath delivered them to Canaanite in the house of the holiness becometh
trouble, to astonishment, and to LORD of hosts. thine house, O LUR?, for ever.
hissing, as ye see with your eyes. Jonah II, 4. Then I said, I am For, lo, our fathers have falleu by
Mark xi, 17. And he trozbt, Cisl out of thy sight; yet I will the sword; and our sons, and our saying unto them, Is it not write, look agaiu toward thy boly tem- daughters, and our wives, are in My, house shall be called ] ple. capiivity for this.
uations the house of prasert 1
ye have made it à den of the Acts rii, 33. Then said the Lord
Nch. xiil, 4-8. And before this, to him, Put off thy shoes from thy Eliashib the priest, having the
John il, 13-16. And the Jews feet: for the place where thou oversight of the chamber of the pa-sover was at hand, and des standlest is holy ground.
house of our God, was allied onto went up to Jerusalem, Heb. xil, 20, 21. (For they could Tobial: And he bad prepared found in the temple thuse this not endure that which was con- for him a great chamber, where sold oxen and sheep and do manded, And if so much as a aforetime they laid the meat and the chaugers of thoney seis beast touch the inountain it shall utf-rings, the frankincense, aud And when he had made a souci be stoned, or thrust through with the vessels, and the tithes of the of small cords, be drove the a dart: And so terrible was the corn, the new wine, and the oil, out of the temple, and the setting right, that Moses said, I exceed-(which was commanded to be and the oxen; and poored out the ingly fear and quake.)
given to the Levites, and the changer's money, and overtirea Rcc. xxi, 3. And I beard a great tinkers, and the porters) and the the tables: And said us! Le voice out of heaven, saving. Be- vlierings of the priests. But in that sold doves, Tase these thing hold, the tabernacle of God is all this time was not I at Jeru- hence; make
not my Faiters salem: for in the two and thirtieth house an house of merchabuise. with men, and he will dwell with them, and they shall be his people, year of Artaxerxes king of Baby
Acts xxi, 27--29. And when the ant God himsel shall be with lon came I unto the king, and seven days were almes eded
after certain days obtained I leave the Jews which tiem, and be their God.
were ol 4 of the king. And I came to Jeru: when they saw him in the lens
walem, and understood of the evil stirred up all the people, ani la Num. Xvi, 37-40. Speak unto that Eliashib did for Tobialı, in hands on him, Crying out, Va Eleazar the son of Auron the preparing bim a chamber in the of Israel, help: This is the priest, that he take up the censers courts of the house of God. And
that teacheth all 7720h every se out of the burning, and scatter it grioved me sore; therefore ! thou the fire ronder; for they are cast forth all the house old-stuff agaiust the pe ple, and the las
and hallowed. The cnsers of these of Tobiah out of the chamber.
this placa: sinners against their own souls,
brougbt Greeks also into the let them make thin broad plates
Jer. vii, 11. Is this house, which temple, and bath polla et tuš jur a covering of the altar; for is called by my paie, become a holy place. For they had sa
him in they offered them before the den of robbers in your eyes? Be- before with Lord, therefore they are hallowed: bold, even I have seen it, saith Tropbimus an Ephesian, si and they shall be a sign unto the the LORD.
they supposed that Paul be. children of Israel. And Eleazar
brought into the teruple
Jer, li, 51. We are confounded, the priest took the brasen consers, because we have heard reproach: Acts xxiv, 18. WhereopoD wherewith they that were burnt shume hath covered our faces; taiu Jews from Asia tuiu : biad offered, and they were made for strangers are come into the purified in the temple, beline broad plates for a covering of the sanctuaries of the Lord's house. with multitude, nor with tool. altır. To be a memorial unto the children of Israel, that no stran- Lam. i, 10. The adversary hath ger, which is not of the seed of spread out his hand upon all her 1 Cor. ili, 12-15, 17. Nas if gay Aaron, coine near to offer incense pleasant things: tor she hath seen man build upon this fondata before the Loki, that he be not that the heathen entered into her gold, silver, precious stones, as Korah, and is liis company; us sanctuary, whom thou didst com-lay, stubble; Every man's di the Lord said to him by the haud mund that they should not enter shall be made manitest: to: * of Moses. into thy congregation.
day shail deelare it became
shall be revealed by fire, audi Ezel, ix, 7. And he said unto TO BE KEPT SACRED. them, Defile the house, and fill
fire shall try every man's with 2 Chron. xxiii, 6. But let none the courts with the slain: go ye
what sort it is. It any pies come into the house of the Lord, forth. And they went forth, and thereupou, he shall receive a te
work abide which be tatb save the priests, and they that slow in the city. ininister of the Levites; they shall
ward. If any man's work stal be 60 in, for they are huly; but all
Ezek. xxv, 3, 4. And say unto burnt, he shall suffer loss babe the people sliall keep the watch
the Ammonitis, Hear the word himself shall be savedyes ou of the LORD.
of the Lord God; Thus saith the by fire. If any mia dele
Lord God, Because thou suidst, temple of God, bim suall GT 2 Chron. xxix, 6-9. For our Aba, against my sanctuary, when stroy: for the temple of Guds fathers huve trespassed, and done it was profaned; and against thu holy, which temple ye are. that which was evil in the eyes of land of Israel, when it was desothe LORD our God, and have for late; and against the house of maken him, and have turned away Judah, when they went into cap.
THE DIVINE PROMISE OF their faces from the habitation of tivity; the Lord, and turned their backs. deliver thee to the men of the
Behold, inerefore I will PROTECTION AND BLESSINS Also they have shut up the dors
Exod. XX, 24. In all pe of the porch, and put out the shall set their palaces in thee, and come unto thee, and I wii List
east for a possession, and they where I recorl my name 1 #, lamps, and liave not bumt incense, make their dwellings in thee: I thee.
1 Kings 1x, 3. And the LORD selves in psalms, and hymns, and them to the house of God, with said unto hiin, I have heard thy spiritual songs, singing and mak- the voice of joy and praise, with prayer and thy supplication that in melody in your heart to the multitude that kept buly-day. thou hast made before me: I have Lord.
Ps. xlii, 3, 4. ( send out thy hallowed this house which thon
Col. iii, 16. Let the word of light and thy truth: let them leait hast built, to put my name there for ever; and inine eyes and mine
Christ dwell in you richly in all me; let them bring ine unto the heart shall be there perpetually.
wisdom; teaching and admonisu- holy hill, and to thy tabernacles.
ing one another in psalıns, and then will I go unto the altar of 2 Chron. vii, 12, 15, 16. And hymns, and spiritual songs, 'eing God, unto God my exceeding joy: the Lobv appeared to Solomon by ing with grace in your hearts to yea, upon the harp wil praise night, and said unto him, I have the Lord.
thee, O God, my God. heard thy prayer, and have chosen Heb. , 25. Not forsaking the P3. xlviii, 9. We have thought this place to myself for an house assembling of vurselves together, of thy loving-kindness, O Gou, in of sacrifice. Now mine eyes shall as the manner of some is; but ex the midst of thy temple. be open, and mine ears attent horting one another: and so much unto the prayer that is made in the more, as ye see the day ap- my God; early will I seek thee:
Ps. Ixiii, 1, 2. O God, thou art this place. For now have I chosen proaching. and sanctified this house, that my
my soul thirsteth for thee, my
James v, 13. Is any among you flesh longeth for thee in a dry anii name inay be there forever and afflicted? let him pray. Is úry thirsty land, where no water is mine eyes and mine heart shall be there perpetually, merry? let him sing psalms. To see thy power and thy glory,
80 as I bave seen thee in the 180. iv, 5. And the LORD will
sanctuary create upon every dwelling-place P8. XXVI, 6. 7. I will wosh mine of inount Zion, and upon her as- ! hands in innocency: so will I com- amiable are thy tabernacles, o
P3. Ixxxiv, 1, 2, 4, 5, 7, 10. Ilow
1 semblies, a cloud and smoke by pass thine altar. O LORD; That I LORD of hosts! My soul longeth, day, and the shining of a dlarning may publish with the voice of yea, even fainteth, for the courts Are by night; for upon all the thanksgiviug, and tell of all thy of the Lord; my heart and my glory shall be a defence. wondrous works.
flesh crieth out for the living God. Isa. Ixii, 8. 9. The LORD hath Ps. cxviii, 19, 20. Open to me Blessed are they that dwell in sworn by his right hand, and by the gates of righteousness: I will thy house: they will be still praisthe arm of his strength, Surely I go in to them, and I will praise ing thee. Selah. Blessed is the will no more give thy corn to be the LORD: This gate of the LORD, man whose strength is in thee; meat for thine enemies; and tho iuto which the righteous shall in whose heart are the ways of sons of the stranger shall not enier.
them: They go from strength tu drink thy wine, for the which Ps. cxxxii, 7. We will go into strength: every one of them in Zion thou hast labourou: But they that his tabernacles; we will worship appeareth befory God. For a day have gathered it shall eat it, and at his footstool.
in thy courts is better than a praise the LORD, and they that
thousand. I had rather be a toolhave brought it together shall EXPERIENCE OF THE keeper in the house of my God, drink it in the courts of my holi
than to dwell in the tents of Dt8s.
Neh. ix. 3.4. Aud tbey stood up Jer. xvii, 12. A glorious high in their place, and read in the book
Ps. xcii, 13. Those that be plavithrone from the beginning is the of the law of the LORD their God
ed in the house of the LORD shall place of our sunctuary.
tlourish in the courts of our God. one fourth part of the day; and Jer. 1, 29. The voice of them another fourth part they con- Ps. cxxii, 1,9. I was glad when that flee and escape out of the fessed, and worshipped the LORD they said unto me, Let us go intu land of Babylon, to declare in Zion their God. Then stood up upon the house of the LORI). Becituse the vengeance of the LORD our the stairs, of the Levites, Jeshua, of the house of the LURD our God God, the vengeance of his temple. and Bani, Kadmiel, Shebanian, I will seek thy good. Zech. ix, 8. And I will encamp Bunni, Sherebian, Bani, and Che
Jer. vii, 2. Stand in the gate of about mine house because of the nani, and cried with a loud voice
the Lord's house, and proclaim army, because of him that passetu unto the LORD their God.
there this word, and say, Hear by, and because of him that re
P3. XXVI, 8. Lord, I have loved the word of the Lord, all ye of turneth; and no oppressor shall the habitation of thy house, and Judalı, that enter in at these gate's pass through them any more: for the place where thine honour
to worship the LORD. now have I seeu with mine eyes.
Zeph. ili, 18. I will gather them THE WORSHIP OF GOD IN I desired of the Lori), that will I that are sorrowful for the solemn
seek after; that I may dwell in assembly, who are of thee, to HIS HOUSE. the house of the LORD all the days whom the reproach of it was a
burden. P3. c. 4. Enter into his gates the Lord, and to enquire in his of my lite, to behold the beauty of
Luke xxiv, 53. And were conwith thanksgiving, and into his temple. For in the time of trouble tinually in the temple, praising courts with praise: be thankful
he shall bide me in his pavilion; and blessing God. Amen. unto him, and bless his name. in the secret of his tabernacle
Acts xiii, 15. And after the Eccles. V, 1. Keep thy foot shall he hide me; he shall sel me reading of the Law and the Prowhen thou guest to the house of up upon a rock
| phets, the rulers of the synagogue God, and be more ready to lear
P8. xli1,3,4. My tears have been sent unto them, saying, Ye men than to give the sacrifice of fools: for they consider not that they do my mest day and night, while and brethren, if ye have any word
they continually say unto me, of exhortation for the people, say evil.
Where is thy God? When I re- on. 1 Cor. xiv. 40. Let all things member these things, I pour out Acts xviii, 19. And he came to be done decently, and in order.
my soul in me: tor I had gone Ephesus, and left them there: but Eph. v, 19. Speaking to your with the multitude; I went with l he himself entered into the syna