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  • In that day the great trumpet will sound. Many who were dying in exile in Assyria and Egypt will return to Jerusalem to worship the LORD on his holy mountain. - Isaiah 27:13

  • For the Lord will send the mighty Assyrian army against it. Like a mighty hailstorm and a torrential rain, they will burst upon it and dash it to the ground. - Isaiah 28:2

  • You boast that you have struck a bargain to avoid death and have made a deal to dodge the grave.* You say, "The Assyrians can never touch us, for we have built a strong refuge made of lies and deception."3 - Isaiah 28:15

  • At the LORD's command, the Assyrians will be shattered. He will strike them down with his rod. - Isaiah 30:31

  • Topheth--the place of burning--has long been ready for the Assyrian king; it has been piled high with wood. The breath of the LORD, like fire from a volcano, will set it ablaze. - Isaiah 30:33

  • "The Assyrians will be destroyed, but not by the swords of men. The sword of God will strike them, and they will panic and flee. The strong young Assyrians will be taken away as captives. - Isaiah 31:8

  • Destruction is certain for you Assyrians,* who have destroyed everything around you but have never felt destruction yourselves. You expect others to respect their promises to you, while you betray your promises to them. Now you, too, will be betrayed and destroyed!1 - Isaiah 33:1

  • Just as locusts strip the fields and vines, so Jerusalem will strip the fallen army of Assyria! - Isaiah 33:4

  • But now your ambassadors weep in bitter disappointment, for Assyria has refused their petition for peace. - Isaiah 33:7

  • Your roads are deserted; no one travels them anymore. The Assyrians have broken their peace pact and care nothing for the promises they made before witnesses.* They have no respect for anyone.3 - Isaiah 33:8

  • You Assyrians will gain nothing by all your efforts. Your own breath will turn to fire and kill you. - Isaiah 33:11

  • You will think back to this time of terror when the Assyrian officers outside your walls counted your towers and estimated how much plunder they would get from your fallen city. - Isaiah 33:18

  • In the fourteenth year of King Hezekiah's reign, King Sennacherib of Assyria came to attack the fortified cities of Judah and conquered them. - Isaiah 36:1

  • Then the king of Assyria sent his personal representative with a huge army from Lachish to confront King Hezekiah in Jerusalem. The Assyrians stopped beside the aqueduct that feeds water into the upper pool, near the road leading to the field where cloth is bleached. - Isaiah 36:2

  • Then the Assyrian king's personal representative sent this message to King Hezekiah: "This is what the great king of Assyria says: What are you trusting in that makes you so confident? - Isaiah 36:4

  • Do you think that mere words can substitute for military skill and strength? Which of your allies will give you any military backing against Assyria? - Isaiah 36:5

  • "I'll tell you what! My master, the king of Assyria, will strike a bargain with you. If you can find two thousand horsemen in your entire army, he will give you two thousand horses for them to ride on! - Isaiah 36:8
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    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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