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8 Now aSolomon assembled the elders of Israel and all the heads of the tribes, the chief fathers of the children of Israel, to King Solomon in Jerusalem, bthat they might bring cup the ark of the covenant of the Lord from the City of David, which is Zion. 2 Therefore all the men of Israel assembled with King Solomon at the dfeast in the month of 1Ethanim, which is the seventh month. 3 So all the elders of Israel came, eand the priests took up the ark. 4 Then they brought up the ark of the Lord, fthe 2tabernacle of meeting, and all the holy furnishings that were in the tabernacle. The priests and the Levites brought them up. 5 Also King Solomon, and all the congregation of Israel who were assembled with him, were with him before the ark, gsacrificing sheep and oxen that could not be counted or numbered for multitude. 6 Then the priests hbrought in the ark of the covenant of the Lord to iits place, into the inner sanctuary of the temple, to the Most Holy Place, junder the wings of the cherubim. 7 For the cherubim spread their two wings over the place of the ark, and the cherubim overshadowed the ark and its poles. 8 The poles kextended so that the 3ends of the poles could be seen from the holy place, in front of the inner sanctuary; but they could not be seen from outside. And they are there to this day. 9 lNothing was in the ark mexcept the two tablets of stone which Moses nput there at Horeb, owhen the Lord made a covenant with the children of Israel, when they came out of the land of Egypt.
10 And it came to pass, when the priests came out of the holy place, that the cloud pfilled the house of the Lord, 11 so that the priests could not continue ministering because of the cloud; for the qglory of the Lord filled the house of the Lord.
12 rThen Solomon spoke:
“The Lord said He would dwell sin the dark cloud.
13 tI have surely built You an exalted house,
uAnd a place for You to dwell in forever.”
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