Babylon

Babylon

 
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  • so Israel would not become strong again and revolt. Only by keeping her treaty with Babylon could Israel maintain her national identity. - Ezekiel 17:14


  • "Nevertheless, this man of Israel's royal family rebelled against Babylon, sending ambassadors to Egypt to request a great army and many horses. Can Israel break her sworn treaties like that and get away with it? - Ezekiel 17:15


  • No! For as surely as I live, says the Sovereign LORD, the king of Israel will die in Babylon, the land of the king who put him in power and whose treaty he despised and broke. - Ezekiel 17:16


  • Pharaoh and all his mighty army will fail to help Israel when the king of Babylon lays siege to Jerusalem again and destroys the lives of many. - Ezekiel 17:17


  • I will throw my net over him and capture him in my snare. I will bring him to Babylon and deal with him there for this treason against me. - Ezekiel 17:20


  • With hooks, they dragged him into a cage and brought him before the king of Babylon. They held him in captivity, so his voice could never again be heard on the mountains of Israel. - Ezekiel 19:9


  • "Son of man, make a map and trace two routes on it for the sword of Babylon's king to follow. Put a signpost on the road that comes out of Babylon where the road forks into two-- - Ezekiel 21:19


  • The king of Babylon now stands at the fork, uncertain whether to attack Jerusalem or Rabbah. He will call his magicians to use divination. They will cast lots by shaking arrows from the quiver. They will inspect the livers of their animal sacrifices. - Ezekiel 21:21


  • The people of Jerusalem will think it is a mistake, because of their treaty with the Babylonians. But the king of Babylon will remind the people of their rebellion. Then he will attack and capture them. - Ezekiel 21:23


  • "Then she carried her prostitution even further. She fell in love with pictures that were painted on a wall--pictures of Babylonian* military officers, outfitted in striking red uniforms.1 - Ezekiel 23:14


  • Handsome belts encircled their waists, and flowing turbans crowned their heads. They were dressed like chariot officers from the land of Babylonia.*2 - Ezekiel 23:15


  • When she saw these paintings, she longed to give herself to them, so she sent messengers to Babylonia to invite them to come to her. - Ezekiel 23:16


  • For the Babylonians will come with all the Chaldeans from Pekod and Shoa and Koa. And all the Assyrians will come with them--handsome young captains, commanders, chariot officers, and other high-ranking officers, riding their horses. - Ezekiel 23:23


  • "Son of man, write down today's date, because on this very day the king of Babylon is beginning his attack against Jerusalem. - Ezekiel 24:2


  • And on that day a refugee from Jerusalem will come to you in Babylon and tell you what has happened. - Ezekiel 24:26


  • "For the Sovereign LORD says: I will bring King Nebuchadnezzar* of Babylon--the king of kings from the north--against Tyre with his cavalry, chariots, and great army.2 - Ezekiel 26:7


  • "Son of man, the army of King Nebuchadnezzar* of Babylon fought so hard against Tyre that the warriors' heads were rubbed bare and their shoulders were raw and blistered. Yet Nebuchadnezzar and his army won no plunder to compensate them for all their work.4 - Ezekiel 29:18
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    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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