Bible Cross References
to the captains
2 Chronicles 29:20
Without delay King Hezekiah assembled the leading men of the city, and together they went to the Temple.
2 Chronicles 30:2
(SEE 30:1)
2 Chronicles 34:29
King Josiah summoned all the leaders of Judah and Jerusalem,
2 Chronicles 34:30
and together they went to the Temple, accompanied by the priests and the Levites and all the rest of the people, rich and poor alike. Before them all the king read aloud the whole book of the covenant, which had been found in the Temple.
1 Chronicles 13:1
King David consulted with all the officers in command of units of a thousand men and units of a hundred men.
1 Chronicles 15:3
So David summoned all the people of Israel to Jerusalem in order to bring the Covenant Box to the place he had prepared for it.
1 Chronicles 27:1
This is the list of the Israelite heads of families and clan leaders and their officials who administered the work of the kingdom. Each month of the year a different group of twenty-four thousand men was on duty under the commander for that month.
1 Chronicles 28:1
King David commanded all the officials of Israel to assemble in Jerusalem. So all the officials of the tribes, the officials who administered the work of the kingdom, the leaders of the clans, the supervisors of the property and livestock that belonged to the king and his sons---indeed all the palace officials, leading soldiers, and important men---gathered in Jerusalem.
1 Chronicles 29:1
King David announced to the whole assembly: "My son Solomon is the one whom God has chosen, but he is still young and lacks experience. The work to be done is tremendous, because this is not a palace for people but a temple for the LORD God.
the chief
1 Chronicles 15:12
He said to the Levites, "You are the leaders of the Levite clans. Purify yourselves and your fellow Levites, so that you can bring the Covenant Box of the LORD God of Israel to the place I have prepared for it.
1 Chronicles 24:4
The descendants of Eleazar were organized into sixteen groups, while the descendants of Ithamar were organized into eight; this was done because there were more male heads of families among the descendants of Eleazar.
1 Chronicles 24:31
The head of each family and one of his younger brothers drew lots for their assignments, just as their relatives, the priests descended from Aaron, had done. King David, Zadok, Ahimelech, and the heads of families of the priests and of the Levites were witnesses.