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  • Israel's fortified cities will be silent and empty, the houses abandoned, the streets covered with grass. Cattle will graze there, chewing on twigs and branches. - Isaiah 27:10

  • The people are like the dead branches of a tree, broken off and used for kindling beneath the cooking pots. Israel is a foolish and stupid nation, for its people have turned away from God. Therefore, the one who made them will show them no pity or mercy. - Isaiah 27:11

  • Then the LORD said to me, "Look, Jeremiah! What do you see?" And I replied, "I see a branch from an almond tree." - Jeremiah 1:11

  • "Go down the rows of the vineyards and destroy them, but leave a scattered few alive. Strip the branches from the vine, for they do not belong to the LORD. - Jeremiah 5:10

  • "For the time is coming," says the LORD, "when I will place a righteous Branch on King David's throne. He will be a King who rules with wisdom. He will do what is just and right throughout the land. - Jeremiah 23:5

  • Vine branches are useless both before and after being put into the fire! - Ezekiel 15:5

  • Give them this message from the Sovereign LORD: A great eagle with broad wings full of many-colored feathers came to Lebanon. He took hold of the highest branch of a cedar tree - Ezekiel 17:3

  • It took root there and grew into a low, spreading vine. Its branches turned up toward the eagle, and its roots grew down beneath it. It soon produced strong branches and luxuriant leaves. - Ezekiel 17:6

  • But then another great eagle with broad wings and full plumage came along. So the vine sent its roots and branches out toward him for water. - Ezekiel 17:7

  • It will become a noble cedar, sending forth its branches and producing seed. Birds of every sort will nest in it, finding shelter beneath its branches. - Ezekiel 17:23

  • Its branches became very strong, strong enough to be a ruler's scepter. It soon became very tall, towering above all the others. It stood out because of its height and because of its many lush branches. - Ezekiel 19:11

  • But the vine was uprooted in fury and thrown down to the ground. The desert wind dried up its fruit and tore off its branches. Its stem was destroyed by fire. - Ezekiel 19:12

  • A fire has come from its branches and devoured its fruit. None of the remaining limbs is strong enough to be a ruler's scepter.' This is a funeral song, and it is now time for the funeral." - Ezekiel 19:14

  • You are as Assyria was--a great and mighty nation. Assyria, too, was once like a cedar of Lebanon, full of thick branches that cast deep forest shade with its top high among the clouds. - Ezekiel 31:3

  • This great tree towered above all the other trees around it. It prospered and grew long thick branches because of all the water at its roots. - Ezekiel 31:5

  • The birds nested in its branches, and in its shade all the wild animals gave birth to their young. All the great nations of the world lived in its shadow. - Ezekiel 31:6

  • This tree became taller than any of the other cedars in the garden of God. No cypress had branches equal to it; no plane tree had boughs to compare. No tree in the garden of God came close to it in beauty. - Ezekiel 31:8
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    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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