Babylon

Babylon

 
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  • But the people of any nation that submits to the king of Babylon will be allowed to stay in their own country to farm the land as usual. I, the LORD, have spoken!' " - Jeremiah 27:11


  • Then I repeated this same message to King Zedekiah of Judah. "If you want to live, submit to the king of Babylon and his people," I said. - Jeremiah 27:12


  • "Why do you insist on dying--you and your people? Why should you choose war, famine, and disease, which the LORD will bring against every nation that refuses to submit to Babylon's king? - Jeremiah 27:13


  • Do not listen to the false prophets who keep telling you, `The king of Babylon will not conquer you.' They are liars. - Jeremiah 27:14


  • Then I spoke to the priests and the people and said, "This is what the LORD says: Do not listen to your prophets who claim that soon the gold utensils taken from my Temple will be returned from Babylon. It is all a lie! - Jeremiah 27:16


  • Do not listen to them. Surrender to the king of Babylon, and you will live. Why should this whole city be destroyed? - Jeremiah 27:17


  • If they really are the LORD's prophets, let them pray to the LORD Almighty about the gold utensils that are still left in the LORD's Temple and in the king's palace and in the palaces of Jerusalem. Let them pray that these remaining articles will not be carried away with you to Babylon! - Jeremiah 27:18


  • King Nebuchadnezzar of Babylon left them here when he exiled Jehoiachin* son of Jehoiakim, king of Judah, to Babylon, along with all the other important people of Judah and Jerusalem.2 - Jeremiah 27:20


  • They will all be carried away to Babylon and will stay there until I send for them, says the LORD. But someday I will bring them back to Jerusalem again." - Jeremiah 27:22


  • "The LORD Almighty, the God of Israel, says: I will remove the yoke of the king of Babylon from your necks. - Jeremiah 28:2


  • Within two years, I will bring back all the Temple treasures that King Nebuchadnezzar carried off to Babylon. - Jeremiah 28:3


  • And I will bring back Jehoiachin* son of Jehoiakim, king of Judah, and all the other captives that were taken to Babylon. I will surely break the yoke that the king of Babylon has put on your necks. I, the LORD, have spoken!"2 - Jeremiah 28:4


  • He said, "Amen! May your prophecies come true! I hope the LORD does everything you say. I hope he does bring back from Babylon the treasures of this Temple and all our loved ones. - Jeremiah 28:6


  • And Hananiah said again to the crowd that had gathered, "The LORD has promised that within two years he will break the yoke of oppression from all the nations now subject to King Nebuchadnezzar of Babylon." At that, Jeremiah left the Temple area. - Jeremiah 28:11


  • The LORD Almighty, the God of Israel, says: I have put a yoke of iron on the necks of all these nations, forcing them into slavery under King Nebuchadnezzar of Babylon. I have put everything, even the wild animals, under his control.' " - Jeremiah 28:14


  • Jeremiah wrote a letter from Jerusalem to the elders, priests, prophets, and all the people who had been exiled to Babylon by King Nebuchadnezzar. - Jeremiah 29:1


  • He sent the letter with Elasah son of Shaphan and Gemariah son of Hilkiah, when they went to Babylon as King Zedekiah's ambassadors to Nebuchadnezzar. This is what Jeremiah's letter said: - Jeremiah 29:3
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    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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