Bible Cross References
the chief
Ezra 1:5
Then the heads of the clans of the tribes of Judah and Benjamin, the priests and Levites, and everyone else whose heart God had moved got ready to go and rebuild the LORD's Temple in Jerusalem.
1 Chronicles 9:34
The men named above were heads of Levite families, according to their ancestral lines. They were the leaders who lived in Jerusalem.
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.
1 Chronicles 26:32
King David chose twenty-seven hundred outstanding heads of families from Jeriah's relatives and put them in charge of administering all religious and civil matters in Israel east of the Jordan River---the territories of Reuben, Gad, and East Manasseh.
2 Chronicles 26:12
The army was commanded by 2,600 officers.
Nehemiah 7:70
Many of the people contributed to help pay the cost of restoring the Temple: The governor: 270 ounces of gold & 50 ceremonial bowls & 530 robes for priests; Heads of clans: 337 pounds of gold & 3,215 pounds of silver; The rest of the people: 337 pounds of gold & 2,923 pounds of silver & 67 robes for priests
Nehemiah 7:71
(SEE 7:70)
Ezra 2:62
(SEE 2:61)
1 Chronicles 4:33
and the surrounding villages, as far southwest as the town of Baalath. These are the records which they kept of their families and of the places where they lived.
1 Chronicles 9:1
All the people of Israel were listed according to their families, and this information was recorded in The Book of the Kings of Israel. The people of Judah had been deported to Babylon as punishment for their sins.
them that went up
Ezra 7:7
(SEE 7:6)
Ezra 7:13
"I command that throughout my empire all the Israelite people, priests, and Levites that so desire be permitted to go with you to Jerusalem.