Guest Chamber

GUEST CHAMBER (Heb. lishkâh, Gr. kataluma). The lishkâh occurs forty-seven times in the OT and is usually translated “hall” in NIV and “chamber” in KJV, perhaps at times meaning a room in which sacrificial feasts were held. The Greek word occurs three times in the NT; once it means “inn” (Luke.2.7), and twice it is used to refer to the room in which the Last Supper took place (Mark.14.14; Luke.22.11).