Ezekiel 46:22
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New International Version
In the four corners of the outer court were enclosed courts, forty cubits long and thirty cubits wide; each of the courts in the four corners was the same size.

New Living Translation
Each of these enclosures was 70 feet long and 52- 1/2 feet wide, surrounded by walls.

English Standard Version
in the four corners of the court were small courts, forty cubits long and thirty broad; the four were of the same size.

New American Standard Bible
In the four corners of the court there were enclosed courts, forty cubits long and thirty wide; these four in the corners were the same size.

King James Bible
In the four corners of the court there were courts joined of forty cubits long and thirty broad: these four corners were of one measure.

Holman Christian Standard Bible
In the four corners of the outer court there were enclosed courts, 70 feet long by 52 1/2 feet wide. All four corner areas had the same dimensions.

International Standard Version
all of them the same size; that is, each was 40 cubits long and 30 cubits wide.

NET Bible
In the four corners of the court were small courts, 70 feet in length and 52 1/2 feet in width; the four were all the same size.

New Heart English Bible
In the four corners of the court there were courts enclosed, forty cubits long and thirty broad: these four in the corners were of one measure.

GOD'S WORD® Translation
The smaller courtyards that were in each of the four corners of the courtyard were 60 feet long and 45 feet wide. All four of the smaller courtyards in the corners of the courtyard were the same size.

JPS Tanakh 1917
In the four corners of the court there were courts inclosed, forty cubits long and thirty broad; these four in the corners were of one measure.

New American Standard 1977
In the four corners of the court there were enclosed courts, forty cubits long and thirty wide; these four in the corners were the same size.

Jubilee Bible 2000
In the four corners of the court there were patios joined of forty cubits long and thirty broad; these four corners were of one measure.

King James 2000 Bible
In the four corners of the court there were courts joined of forty cubits long and thirty wide: these four corners were of the same measure.

American King James Version
In the four corners of the court there were courts joined of forty cubits long and thirty broad: these four corners were of one measure.

American Standard Version
In the four corners of the court there were courts inclosed, forty cubits long and thirty broad: these four in the corners were of one measure.

Douay-Rheims Bible
In the four corners of the court were little courts disposed, forty cubits long, and thirty broad, all the four were of one measure.

Darby Bible Translation
In the four corners of the court there were enclosed courts, forty [cubits] long and thirty broad: these four corner courts were of one measure.

English Revised Version
In the four corners of the court there were courts enclosed, forty cubits long and thirty broad: these four in the corners were of one measure.

Webster's Bible Translation
In the four corners of the court there were courts joined of forty cubits long and thirty broad: these four corners were of one measure.

World English Bible
In the four corners of the court there were courts enclosed, forty [cubits] long and thirty broad: these four in the corners were of one measure.

Young's Literal Translation
In the four corners of the court are perfume courts, forty long, and thirty broad, one measure is to the four corners.
Study Bible
Courts for Boiling and Baking
21Then he brought me out into the outer court and led me across to the four corners of the court; and behold, in every corner of the court there was a small court. 22In the four corners of the court there were enclosed courts, forty cubits long and thirty wide; these four in the corners were the same size. 23There was a row of masonry round about in them, around the four of them, and boiling places were made under the rows round about.…
Cross References
Ezekiel 46:21
Then he brought me out into the outer court and led me across to the four corners of the court; and behold, in every corner of the court there was a small court.

Ezekiel 46:23
There was a row of masonry round about in them, around the four of them, and boiling places were made under the rows round about.
Treasury of Scripture

In the four corners of the court there were courts joined of forty cubits long and thirty broad: these four corners were of one measure.

courts These courts in the corners of the outer court, or court of the people, appear to have been a kind of uncovered apartments, surrounded with little chambers for the cooks, and used for dressing the peace offerings of the people. On these their families and friends feasted; and portions were sent to the poor, the widow, and the orphan; and thus the spirit of devotion preserved the spirit of mercy, charity, and benevolence, in the land.

joined. or, made with chimneys.
corners [heb] cornered

In the four corners of the court there were courts joined,.... To the side walls of the outward court, which met in right angles: or, "were made with chimneys" (r), as some render it; that the smoke of the fire of the kitchens in them, and the steam of the boiled flesh, might ascend through them. So the Jewish writers, as Jarchi and Kimchi, from the Misnah (s), generally interpret the word, that these courts were made so as to let out the smoke, and were not roofed or floored over (t); and in which treatise and also by Maimonides (u); the uses of them in the second temple are observed: for in answer to the question, what do they serve for? it is said, at the southeast was the chamber of the Nazarites, where they boiled their peace offerings, and shaved their hair, and put them under the pot; at the northeast was the wood chamber, where the priests that had blemishes wormed the wood; and any wood, in which a worm was found, was rejected from the altar: at the northwest was the chamber of the lepers: of that which was at the southwest, saith R. Eliezer Ben Jacob, I have forgot (some render it found) of what use it is; but Abba Saul says, there they put the wine and oil, wherefore it was called the oil chamber. These four chambers, according to the same treatise, were in the four corners of the court of the women, and consisted of forty cubits long, but were not roofed; and so, they say, they will be in future time, according to this passage of Scripture. These places, as Dr. Lightfoot (w) observes, are called by the prophet "courts", and in everyone of them places to boil the sacrifices in; and yet they are allotted to other uses in the Misnah, and which seem to require that they should be roofed; all which may consist together, he says: for, grant everyone of these spaces to be built within, with chambers round about, there might be very fair chambers, and yet a good handsome open court in the middle; at either end chambers of ten cubits broad, and yet an open space of twenty cubits between; and on either side chambers of seven or eight cubits broad, and yet an open space of fourteen or sixteen cubits between: thus therefore, adds he, it seems to be, that there were fair chambers round about, which were roofed over as other buildings; and in the middle was an open court, round about which were boiling ranges, whose chimneys went up in the inner walls of the chambers, or the walls to the open place: thus the inner court served for boiling places, and the rooms round about for other uses; see the two following verses. The measure of the courts were,

of forty cubits long, and thirty broad; an oblong quadrangle:

these four corners were of one measure; the courts that were in these four corners were, of the same measure, as to length and breadth; denoting the equality of Gospel churches, being of the same faith, order and discipline, power and authority.

(r) "atria caminata", Junius & Tremellius, Polanus, Cocceius; "fumosa", Tigurine version, Castalio; "fumigata", Starckius. (s) Middot, c. 2. sect. 5. (t) Maimon. & Bartenora in ib. (u) Hilchot Beth Habechira, c. 5. sect. 8. (w) Prospect of the Temple, c. 18. p. 1092, 1093. 22. courts joined—Fairbairn translates, "roofed" or "vaulted." But these cooking apartments seem to have been uncovered, to let the smoke and smell of the meat the more easily pass away. They were "joined" or "attached" to the walls of the courts at the corners of the latter [Menochius].46:1-24 The ordinances of worship for the prince and for the people, are here described, and the gifts the prince may bestow on his sons and servants. Our Lord has directed us to do many duties, but he has also left many things to our choice, that those who delight in his commandments may abound therein to his glory, without entangling their own consciences, or prescribing rules unfit for others; but we must never omit our daily worship, nor neglect to apply the sacrifice of the Lamb of God to our souls, for pardon, peace, and salvation.
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