Bible Cross References
the dedication
Numbers 7:10
The leaders also brought offerings to celebrate the dedication of the altar. When they were ready to present their gifts at the altar,
1 Chronicles 29:6-8
Then the heads of the clans, the officials of the tribes, the commanders of the army, and the administrators of the royal property volunteered to give
the following for the work on the Temple: 190 tons of gold, 380 tons of silver, 675 tons of bronze, and 3,750 tons of iron.
Those who had precious stones gave them to the Temple treasury, which was administered by Jehiel of the Levite clan of Gershon.
Ezra 2:68
When the exiles arrived at the LORD's Temple in Jerusalem, some of the leaders of the clans gave freewill offerings to help rebuild the Temple on its old site.
Ezra 2:69
They gave as much as they could for this work, and the total came to 1,030 pounds of gold, 5,740 pounds of silver, and 100 robes for priests.
Nehemiah 7:70-72
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
(SEE 7:70)
(SEE 7:70)
Isaiah 60:6-10
Great caravans of camels will come, from Midian and Ephah. They will come from Sheba, bringing gold and incense. People will tell the good news of what the LORD has done!
All the sheep of Kedar and Nebaioth Will be brought to you as sacrifices And offered on the altar to please the LORD. The LORD will make his Temple more glorious than ever.
What are these ships that skim along like clouds, Like doves returning home?
They are ships coming from distant lands, Bringing God's people home. They bring with them silver and gold To honor the name of the LORD, The holy God of Israel, Who has made all nations honor his people.
The LORD says to Jerusalem, "Foreigners will rebuild your walls, And their kings will serve you. In my anger I punished you, But now I will show you my favor and mercy.
Hebrews 13:10
The priests who serve in the Jewish place of worship have no right to eat any of the sacrifice on our altar.
Revelation 21:14
The city's wall was built on twelve foundation stones, on which were written the names of the twelve apostles of the Lamb.