'Court' in the Bible
Meanwhile, down in Egypt, the Midianites sold Joseph to Potiphar, one of Pharaoh's court officials, who was also Commander-in-Chief of the imperial guards.
Meanwhile, Joseph had been delivered to Egypt and turned over to Potiphar, one of Pharaoh's court officials and the Commander-in-Chief of the imperial guards. An Egyptian, he bought Joseph from the Ishmaelites, who had brought him down there.
"If two men are fighting and they strike a pregnant woman and her children are born prematurely, but there is no harm, he is certainly to be fined as the husband of the woman demands of him, and he will pay as the court decides.
"You are to make the court of the tent. On the south side there is to be hangings of fine woven linen for the court, 100 cubits long on one side.
"The width of the court on the west side is to have hangings 50 cubits long with ten pillars and ten sockets.
The width of the court on the east side is to be 50 cubits.
There is to be a screen of 20 cubits of blue, purple, and scarlet material and fine woven linen, the work of an embroiderer, for the gate of the court, and it is to have four pillars and four sockets.
All the pillars around the court are to be banded with silver. Their hooks are to be made of silver and their sockets made of bronze.
The length of the court is to be 100 cubits, the width 50 cubits, and the height five cubits, with the hangings of fine woven linen, and the sockets of bronze.
All the utensils of the tent for its service, all its pegs, and all the pegs for the court are to be made of bronze."
the hangings for the court, its pillars, its sockets, the screen for the gate of the court,
the pegs for the tent, the pegs for the court, and their cords,
Then hemade the court. On the south side the hangings for the court were made of fine woven linen, 100 cubits long.
and also for the second section. On either side of the gate of the court were hangings of fifteen cubits long with their three pillars and three sockets.
All the hangings around the court were made of fine woven linen.
The sockets for the pillars were made of bronze and the hooks of the pillars and their bands were made of silver. Their tops were overlaid with silver, and all the pillars of the court were banded with silver.
The screen of the gate of the court was the work of an embroiderer of blue, purple, and scarlet material, and fine woven linen. The length was 20 cubits and it was five cubits high along its width, corresponding to the hangings of the court.
All the pegs for the tent and for all around the court were made of bronze.
the sockets for all around the court, the sockets for the gate to the court, all the pegs for the sanctuary, and all the pegs for all around the court.
the hangings for the court, its pillars, its sockets, the screen for the gate of the court, its cords, its pegs, all the furnishings for the service of the tent, for the Tent of Meeting,
You are to set up the court all around, and hang up the screen for the gate of the court.
He set up the court all around the tent and the altar, and hung up the screen for the gate of the court. And so Moses finished the work.
Aaron and his sons are to eat what remains of the unleavened offering at this sacred place the court of the Tent of Meeting.
The priest who offers it as a sin offering is to eat it at a sacred place in the court of the Tent of Meeting.
"When there is a conflict between individuals, let them come to court to judge the case, decide who is innocent, and condemn the guilty person.
He constructed the inner court with three rows of precut stone and a row of cedar beams.
Solomon's personal dwelling quarters, a separate court behind the hall, was of similar workmanship. Solomon also built a house similar to this for Pharaoh's daughter, whom Solomon had married.
All of these were made with expensive stones, pre-cut according to specifications, hand-sawed inside and out from the foundation to the coping, including from inside to the great court.
So the great court was surrounded by three rows of cut stone, along with a row of cedar beams, just like the inner court of the LORD's Temple and the porch surrounding the Temple.
That same day, the king consecrated the middle court that stood in front of the LORD's Temple, because that was where he offered burnt offerings, grain offerings, and fat from the peace offerings and because the bronze altar that was in the LORD's presence was too small to hold the burnt offerings, grain offerings, and fat from the peace offerings.
The king consulted with the woman, who related the story. So the king appointed a court official to represent her and ordered him: "Restore to her everything that belonged to her, including all of the produce that her fields yielded from the day she left the land until now."
Before Isaiah had left the middle court, this message from the LORD came to him.
He made the court of the priests, the great court, and doors for the court, overlaying their doors with bronze.
Solomon also dedicated the middle of the court in front of the LORD's Temple by offering there burnt offerings and fat from peace offerings because the bronze altar that Solomon had made could not contain the burnt offerings, grain offerings, and fat portion offerings.
Jehoshaphat stood among the assembly of Judah and Jerusalem in the LORD's Temple in the vicinity of the new court
The priests entered the inner courts of the LORD's Temple to cleanse it, and they brought out everything unclean that they found there to the outer court of the LORD's Temple. Then the descendants of Levi carried everything from there out to the Kidron Valley.
Uzai's son Palal carried on repairs over against the angle of the wall at the tower that stands out from the king's upper palace, which is located by the royal guard's court. Next to him, Parosh's son Pedaiah carried on repairs.
Every day Mordecai would walk back and forth in front of the court of the harem to find out about Esther's well-being and what was happening to her.
"Every servant of the king and every person in the king's provinces knows that for any man or woman who goes to the king in the inner court without being summoned there is only one law that he be put to death unless the king holds out the golden scepter to him. Only then he will live. For these last 30 days I've not been summoned to come to the king."
When you sleep, there'll be nothing to fear; and many will court your favor.
"Look, now! I've prepared my case for court. I know that I'm going to win.
if I've raised my hand against an orphan when I thought I would against him in court,
Oh, how Job needs to be given a full court trial, as a rebuke to those who practice evil,
Who can take me to court and be reconciled to me? All of heaven is mine.
earthly kings and all nations, nobles and all court officials of the earth,
Don't rob the poor person because he is poor, and don't crush the helpless in court,
Wisdom lies beyond reach of the fool; he has nothing to say in court.
don't be in a hurry to argue in court. Otherwise, what will you do later on when your neighbor humiliates you?
Learn to practice what is good; seek justice, alleviate oppression, defend orphans in court, and plead the widow's case.
Your princes are rebels and companions of thieves. All of them are lovers of bribes and are runners after gifts. They don't bring justice to orphans, and the widow's case never comes up for review in their court."
The LORD will go to court to oppose the elders and princes of his people: "You're the ones who have been devouring the vineyard, the plunder of the poor is in your own houses!
those who make a person appear to be the offender in a lawsuit, who set a trap for someone who is making his defense in court, and push aside the innocent with specious arguments.
Baruch read the words of Jeremiah from the scroll to all the people at the LORD's Temple. He did this from the office of Shaphan's son Gemariah the scribe, in the upper court at the entrance of the New Gate of the LORD's Temple.
Then the Spirit brought me to the entrance of the court. As I watched, all of a sudden, there was a hole in the wall!
Then he brought me to the inner court of the LORD's Temple. There, at the entrance to the LORD's Temple, between the porch and the altar, were 25 men, with their backs toward the LORD's Temple and facing the east, prostrating themselves to the sun.
Now the cherubim were standing on the south side of the entrance to the Temple, when the man entered and a cloud filled the inner court.
The glory of the LORD rose above the cherub and moved to the threshold of the Temple. A cloud filled the Temple and the court was filled with the brilliance of the LORD's glory.
The sound of the wings of the cherubim, reminiscent of the voice of the Sovereign God when he speaks, could be heard as far as the outer court.
Next, he brought me into the outer court, where chambers and a paved area had been constructed all around the courtyard, with 30 chambers facing the pavement.
He also measured the width from the front lower gate to the front of the exterior inner court at 100 cubits to the east and to the north.
The inner court contained a south-facing gate measuring 100 cubits from gate to gate toward the south.
He measured the court in the form of a square at 100 cubits long and 100 cubits wide. The altar stood in front of the Temple.
Opposite the 20 cubits wide inner court, and opposite the paved area that comprised the outer court, there were three stories of galleries that faced each other.
The outer wall by the side of the chambers toward the outer court and facing the chambers was 50 cubits long.
While the chambers in the outer court were 50 cubits in length, the chambers facing the Temple were 100 cubits long.
Below these chambers, as one might enter from the outer court, was the east side entrance.
There were chambers built into the thick part of the wall of the court facing the east; that is, facing the separate area toward the front of the building,
When the priest enters, they will not enter the outer court from the sanctuary without having removed their garments worn during their time of ministry, because they are holy. They will put on different clothes, and then they will approach the area reserved for the people."
Whenever they enter at the gates of the inner court, they are to be clothed with linen garments. They are not to wear wool when they are ministering within the gates of the inner courtyard or in the Temple.
On the day that he returns to the sanctuary's inner court to minister, he is to offer his own sin offering," declares the Lord GOD.
The priest is to place some of the blood from the sin offering on the door posts of the Temple, on the four corners of the ledge around the altar, and on the posts of the gate leading to the inner court.
Moreover, Daniel requested that the king appoint Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego administrators over the province of Babylon, while Daniel himself remained in the royal court.
A river of fire flowed out from before him. Thousands upon thousands were serving him, with millions upon millions waiting before him. The court sat in judgment, and record books were unsealed.
Nevertheless, the court will convene, and his authority will be removed, annulled, and destroyed forever.
They have hated those who are presenting their cases in court, detesting the one who speaks truthfully.
and because I know that your transgressions are many, and your sins are numerous as you oppose the righteous, taking bribes as a ransom, and turning away the poor in court
Hate evil and love good, and establish justice in court perhaps the LORD, the God of the Heavenly Armies, will be gracious to the survivors of Joseph.'"
Come to terms quickly with your opponent while you are on the way to court, or your opponent may hand you over to the judge, and the judge to the guard, and you will be thrown into prison.
So he got up and went. Now there was an Ethiopian eunuch, who was a member of the court of Candace, queen of the Ethiopians. He was in charge of all her treasures and had come up to Jerusalem to worship.
Of course not! God is true, even if everyone else is a liar. As it is written, "You are right when you speak, and win your case when you go into court."
It is a very small thing to me that I should be examined by you or by any human court. In fact, I don't even evaluate myself.
Instead, one brother goes to court against another brother, and before unbelieving judges, at that!
But you have humiliated the man who is poor. Are not rich people the ones who oppress you and drag you into court?
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