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  • "But do not be afraid, Jacob, my servant; do not be dismayed, Israel. For I will bring you home again from distant lands, and your children will return from their exile. Israel* will return and will have peace and quiet, and nothing will make them afraid.5 - Jeremiah 46:27


  • Hear the clatter of hooves and the rumble of wheels as the chariots rush by. Terrified fathers run madly, without a backward glance at their helpless children. - Jeremiah 47:3


  • But I will strip bare the land of Edom, and there will be no place left to hide. Its children, its brothers, and its neighbors--all will be destroyed--and Edom itself will be no more. - Jeremiah 49:10


  • Listen to the LORD's plans for Edom and the people of Teman. Even the little children will be dragged off, and their homes will be empty. - Jeremiah 49:20


  • Listen to the LORD's plans against Babylon and the land of the Babylonians. Even little children will be dragged off, and their homes will be empty. - Jeremiah 50:45


  • With you I will shatter men and women, old people and children, young men and maidens. - Jeremiah 51:22


  • Her oppressors have become her masters, and her enemies prosper, for the LORD has punished Jerusalem for her many sins. Her children have been captured and taken away to distant lands. - Lamentations 1:5


  • "For all these things I weep; tears flow down my cheeks. No one is here to comfort me; any who might encourage me are far away. My children have no future, for the enemy has conquered us." - Lamentations 1:16


  • I have cried until the tears no longer come. My heart is broken, my spirit poured out, as I see what has happened to my people. Little children and tiny babies are fainting and dying in the streets. - Lamentations 2:11


  • Rise during the night and cry out. Pour out your hearts like water to the Lord. Lift up your hands to him in prayer. Plead for your children as they faint with hunger in the streets. - Lamentations 2:19


  • "O LORD, think about this!" Jerusalem cries. "You are doing this to your own people! Should mothers eat their little children, those they once bounced on their knees? Should priests and prophets die within the Lord's Temple? - Lamentations 2:20


  • "You have invited terrors from all around as though you were calling them to a day of feasting. In the day of the LORD's anger, no one has escaped or survived. The enemy has killed all the children I bore and raised." - Lamentations 2:22


  • See how the precious children of Jerusalem,* worth their weight in gold, are now treated like pots of clay.1 - Lamentations 4:2


  • Even the jackals feed their young, but not my people Israel. They ignore their children's cries, like the ostriches of the desert. - Lamentations 4:3


  • The parched tongues of their little ones stick with thirst to the roofs of their mouths. The children cry for bread, but no one has any to give them. - Lamentations 4:4


  • Tenderhearted women have cooked their own children and eaten them in order to survive the siege. - Lamentations 4:10


  • The young men are led away to work at millstones, and the children stagger under heavy loads of wood. - Lamentations 5:13
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    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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