Desert

Desert

 
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  • the grave, the barren womb, the thirsty desert, the blazing fire. - Proverbs 30:16


  • "Who is this sweeping in from the deserts like a cloud of smoke along the ground? Who is it that smells of myrrh and frankincense and every other spice? - Song of Solomon 3:6


  • "Who is this coming up from the desert, leaning on her lover?" [Young Woman:] "I aroused you under the apple tree, where your mother gave you birth, where in great pain she delivered you. - Song of Solomon 8:5


  • But the LORD Almighty has sealed your awful fate. With my own ears I heard him say, "Many beautiful homes will stand deserted, the owners dead or gone. - Isaiah 5:9


  • Then I said, "Lord, how long must I do this?" And he replied, "Until their cities are destroyed, with no one left in them. Until their houses are deserted and the whole country is an utter wasteland. - Isaiah 6:11


  • Do not stop until the LORD has sent everyone away to distant lands and the entire land of Israel lies deserted. - Isaiah 6:12


  • Wild animals of the desert will move into the ruined city. The houses will be haunted by howling creatures. Ostriches will live among the ruins, and wild goats will come there to dance. - Isaiah 13:21


  • Weep for the abandoned farms of Heshbon and the vineyards at Sibmah. The wine from those vineyards used to make the rulers of the nations drunk. Moab was once like a spreading grapevine. Her tendrils spread out as far as Jazer and trailed out into the desert. Her shoots once reached as far as the Dead Sea.*2 - Isaiah 16:8


  • The cities of Aroer will be deserted. Sheep will graze in the streets and lie down unafraid. There will be no one to chase them away. - Isaiah 17:2


  • Their largest cities will be as deserted as overgrown thickets. They will become like the cities the Amorites abandoned when the Israelites came here so long ago. - Isaiah 17:9


  • This message came to me concerning the land of Babylonia*: Disaster is roaring down on you from the desert, like a whirlwind sweeping in from the Negev.1 - Isaiah 21:1


  • This message came to me concerning Arabia: O caravans from Dedan, hide in the deserts of Arabia. - Isaiah 21:13


  • or like the relentless heat of the desert. But you silence the roar of foreign nations. You cool the land with the shade of a cloud. So the boastful songs of ruthless people are stilled. - Isaiah 25:5


  • Look at the animals moving slowly across the terrible desert to Egypt--donkeys and camels loaded with treasure to pay for Egypt's aid. On through the wilderness they go, where lions and poisonous snakes live. All this, and Egypt will give you nothing in return. - Isaiah 30:6


  • He will shelter Israel from the storm and the wind. He will refresh her as a river in the desert and as the cool shadow of a large rock in a hot and weary land. - Isaiah 32:2


  • The palace and the city will be deserted, and busy towns will be empty. Herds of donkeys and goats will graze on the hills where the watchtowers are, - Isaiah 32:14


  • 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
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    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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