I have prepared: 1Ch 22:3-5, 1Ch 22:14-16
with all: 2Ch 31:20-21, Ecc 9:10, 2Co 8:3, Col 3:23, 1Pe 4:10-11,
the gold: 1Ch 28:14-18
onyx stones: Avney shoham, which was, probably, not the precious stone or gem called onyx, but a marble called in Greek onychites, which Pliny mentions as a stone Caramania; for one would hardly think that gems of any kind were used externally in such a building as the temple. Antiquity gave both stones this name, because of their resemblance to the nail of the finger. Gen 2:12, Exo 28:17, Exo 28:20, Exo 39:6, Exo 39:13, Job 28:16, Isa 54:11-12, Rev 21:18-21
glistering stones: Avney phuch seems to denote a kind of black marble, so called from its colour resembling stibium. So Vulgate quasi stibinos.
marble stones: Avney shayish is rendered in the Targum avney marmoraiyah, "stones of marble," and by the LXX, and Vulgate Παριον or Παρινον, or marmor Parium, "Parium marble," which was remarkable for its bright white colour. Josephus says that the temple was built of large blocks of white marble, beautifully polished, so as to produce a most splendid appearance.
Reciprocal: Exo 38:24 - All the gold 2Sa 8:11 - Which 1Ki 7:51 - things which David his father had dedicated 1Ch 26:20 - treasures 1Ch 26:26 - over all the treasures 1Ch 29:19 - the which 2Ch 3:6 - precious 2Ch 34:29 - the king Ezr 8:30 - the house of our God Pro 19:22 - desire Pro 24:4 - General Ecc 10:19 - but Eze 7:20 - the beauty Mar 12:44 - cast in of Act 7:46 - and desired