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Solomon’s temple was constructed around 966 BC, at Mount Moria, out of the finest wood and metals.The temple remained there for almost four hundred years when it was destroyed by the army of Nabuchodonozor in 586 BC.In Hebrew, it is called Bet Yehovah, meaning “house of Jehovah”, the New Testament calls it oikos, meaning “the house”, and in Latin it was called cella, meaning “the most holy place of the temple”.The temple was constructed on the highest point in the land, surrounded by courts and royal palaces.
The story of the temple begins with King Solomon’s father, King David.He commanded that all of his people should be counted.One day, he saw an angel, sent by God, to strike down all of the people as a punishment for David’s pride.King David repented and bought the land where he saw the angel.He gathered treasures from foreign lands and his people to build a great temple to God, but his son Solomon did the actual construction.He went to Hiram, King Tyre in Phoenicia to hire workers since the Jews were not skilled in the arts.He hired experts in masonry, brass working and carpentry. The measurement used to construct the temple was the cubit.Even though there are many different translations of exactly how long a cubit is, my research shows that it was roughly one foot, five and three fourth inches.Construction of the temple was finally completed seven and a half years after it started with a dedication from King Solomon.
The interior of the temple had two chambers, which were not equal in length.The height of both chambers was twenty cubits, however thefirst chamber was longer by twenty cubits.Thefirst one was called the hekal, which means “Holy Place”.Inside this room was a golden table that priests would place the loaves of proposition on every Sunday.There were also five candles on both sides of the room.These candles were made of pure gold and were each fueled by seven oil lamps. To the E…