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Where is the ark of the covenant explained in the bible.

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Anonymous

Asked by Anonymous at 10:54 PM on Aug. 10, 2009 in Religion & Beliefs

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  • Just copying and pasting from a topical guide....it gives all the references to the ark w:

    Ex. 25: 22 will commune with thee from above the mercy seat.
    Ex. 37: 1 made the ark of shittim wood.
    Ex. 40: 3 put therein the ark of the testimony.
    Num. 3: 31 their charge shall be the ark.
    Num. 10: 33 ark of the covenant . . . went before them.
    Deut. 31: 26 book of the law, and put it in . . . the ark.
    Josh. 3: 3 (Josh. 3: 3-17) When ye see the ark of the covenant.
    Josh. 4: 7 waters of Jordan were cut off before the ark.
    Josh. 6: 6 Take up the ark of the covenant.
    1 Sam. 4: 3 Let us fetch the ark . . . out of Shiloh.
    1 Sam. 6: 21 Philistines have brought again the ark.
    1 Sam. 7: 1 fetched up the ark of the Lord.
    2 Sam. 6: 12 brought up the ark . . . into the city of David.
    1 Kgs. 8: 9 nothing in the ark save the two tables.
    1 Chr. 13: 3 let us bring again the ark of our God.
    1 Chr. 15: 1 prep
    Anonymous

    Answer by Anonymous at 11:00 PM on Aug. 10, 2009

  • 1 Chr. 16: 1 ark of God, and set it in the midst.
    1 Chr. 22: 19 build ye the sanctuary . . . to bring the ark of the covenant.
    2 Chr. 5: 2 to bring up the ark of the covenant.
    Jer. 3: 16 they shall say no more, The ark of the covenant.
    Heb. 9: 4 ark of the covenant overlaid . . . with gold.
    Rev. 11: 19 seen in his temple the ark of his testament.
    Anonymous

    Answer by Anonymous at 11:00 PM on Aug. 10, 2009

  • here is a site that also has verses on it :) hope it helps God bless
    http://www.bible-topics.com/Ark-of-the-Covenant.html
    hinson7169

    Answer by hinson7169 at 12:20 AM on Aug. 11, 2009

  • Not that any of this proves that it exists. Unless, of course, scholars are willing to go looking for Jason's golden fleece. Or King Arthur's magic sword, Excalibur. Or King Solomon's gold mines. Seeking the truth about some object in a book of mythology is a lost cause.
    witchqueen

    Answer by witchqueen at 4:52 PM on Aug. 11, 2009

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