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And the little chambers of the gate eastward were three on this side, and three on that side; they three were of one measure: and the posts had one measure on this side and on that side.
Ezekiel 40:7 And every little chamber was one reed long, and one reed broad; and between the little chambers were five cubits...
they three The entrance into the outer court seems to have been through a porch with doors at both ends; and on each side of this porch were three small chambers, or rooms, for the use of the porters, a reed square in size, with a passage of five cubits between them. The common cubit, termed the `cubit of a man,' (De
Ezekiel 3:11 And go, get you to them of the captivity, to the children of your people, and speak to them, and tell them, Thus said the Lord GOD...
) was about
18 inches; but the cubit used by the angel was, as we learn from (ch
Ezekiel 43:13 And these are the measures of the altar after the cubits: The cubit is a cubit and an hand breadth; even the bottom shall be a cubit...
), `a cubit and a hand breadth,' or about three inches more than the common cubit, that is
21 inches. Hence the measuring reed, which was `six cubits long, by the cubit and the hand breadth,' (ver.
Ezekiel 43:5 So the spirit took me up, and brought me into the inner court; and, behold, the glory of the LORD filled the house.
) must have been about
Strong's ConcordanceAnd the little chambers of the gate eastward [were] three on this side, and three on that side; they three [were] of one measure: and the posts had one measure on this side and on that side.
Topical BibleAlcoves Cells Chambers Doorway East Eastward Either Faces Gate Guardrooms Jambs Lodges Measure Measurement Measurements Numbered Pillars Posts Projecting Rooms Size Uprights Walls
Ezekiel Chapter 40 Verse 10
Alphabetical: alcoves also and each east faces gate guardrooms had Inside measurement measurements numbered of on pillars projecting same side the them three toward walls were
OT Prophets: Ezekiel 40:10 The lodges of the gate eastward were (Ezek. Eze Ezk)