The name AUSCHWITZ brings terror and grief to the hearts of many people. It is the sight of an infamous NAZI DEATH CAMP where 4 million Jews died during World War II. A half-ton of hair is still PRESERVED. The SHOWERS that once sprayed POISON GAS still stand. That’s what Je … More
1. Guards are assigned to the Temple. (vv. 1-19)
The temple guards were divided into groups according to clans or families. The Korah clan had seven sons (vv. 1-3). Obed-Edom was blessed with eight sons (vv. 4-7). There were 62 descendants of Obed-Eden who were guards at the temple (v. 8). Eighteen descendants of Mesheimiah were chosen for this work (v. 9). Thirteen men from Hosah’s family were also chosen to be temple guards (vv/ 10-12). Each group, no matter how large or small, was assigned a gate to guard (vv. 13-19).
2. Guards are assigned to the Treasury. (vv. 20=28)
The Levites who were relatives of the Korahites and the Meraiites were in charge of guarding the temple treasury (v. 20). Laden and Jehiell’s clans took this responsibility (vv. 21-23). Shebuel, a descendant of Geshom, the son of Moses was the official in charge (vv 24-25). Shelomoth was in charge of all the gifts that were dedicated to the Lord (vv. 26-28).
3. Other Officers are assigned their duties. (vv. 29-32)
Hashabiah from the Hebron clan and 1,700 of his skilled relatives were the officials in charge of all religious and government business in the Israelite territories west of the Jordan River. (v. 29=32). David found out about these men during the fortieth year of his rule, when he made a list of all the families in the Hebron clan.
Jesus stands guard at the gate of heaven to let me in because of His payment for my sin.
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I Chronicles 23:1-23David Recruits Leaders to Build The Temple
I Chronicles 23:24-32The Work of The Levites
I Chronicles 24:1-31Duties of The Priests
I Chronicles 25:1-31Duties of The Musicians
I Chronicles 26:1-32Duties of The Gate Keepers
I Chronicles 27:1-34Military Commanders And Divisions
I Chronicles 28:1-10David’s Instructions to Solomon
I Chronicles 28:11-21
I Chronicles 29:1-9Gifts For Building The Temple
I Chronicles 29:10-20David’s Prayer of Praise
I Chronicles 29:21-30Solomon Anointed as King