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  • Then the nations heard about him, and he was trapped in their pit. They led him away in chains to the land of Egypt. - Ezekiel 19:4

  • Give them this message from the Sovereign LORD: When I chose Israel and revealed myself to her in Egypt, I swore that I, the LORD, would be her God. - Ezekiel 20:5

  • I promised that I would bring her and her descendants out of Egypt to a land I had discovered and explored for them--a good land, a land flowing with milk and honey, the best of all lands anywhere. - Ezekiel 20:6

  • Then I said to them, `Each of you, get rid of your idols. Do not defile yourselves with the Egyptian gods, for I am the LORD your God.' - Ezekiel 20:7

  • "But they rebelled against me and would not listen. They did not get rid of their idols or forsake the gods of Egypt. Then I threatened to pour out my fury on them to satisfy my anger while they were still in Egypt. - Ezekiel 20:8

  • So I brought my people out of Egypt and led them into the wilderness. - Ezekiel 20:10

  • But again I held back in order to protect the honor of my name. That way the nations who saw me lead my people out of Egypt wouldn't be able to claim I destroyed them because I couldn't take care of them. - Ezekiel 20:14

  • Nevertheless, I withdrew my judgment against them to protect the honor of my name among the nations who had seen my power in bringing them out of Egypt. - Ezekiel 20:22

  • I will judge you there just as I did your ancestors in the wilderness after bringing them out of Egypt, says the Sovereign LORD. - Ezekiel 20:36

  • They became prostitutes in Egypt. Even as young girls, they allowed themselves to be fondled and caressed. - Ezekiel 23:3

  • For when she left Egypt, she did not leave her spirit of prostitution behind. She was still as lewd as in her youth, when the Egyptians satisfied their lusts with her and robbed her of her virginity. - Ezekiel 23:8

  • But that didn't bother her. She turned to even greater prostitution, remembering her youth when she was a prostitute in Egypt. - Ezekiel 23:19

  • And so, Oholibah, you celebrated your former days as a young girl in Egypt, when you first allowed yourself to be fondled and caressed. - Ezekiel 23:21

  • In this way, I will put a stop to the lewdness and prostitution you brought from Egypt. You will never again cast longing eyes on those things or fondly remember your time in Egypt. - Ezekiel 23:27

  • Your sails were made of Egypt's finest linen, and they flew as a banner above you. You stood beneath blue and purple awnings made bright with dyes from the coasts of Elishah. - Ezekiel 27:7

  • "Son of man, turn toward Egypt and prophesy against Pharaoh the king and all the people of Egypt. - Ezekiel 29:2

  • Give them this message from the Sovereign LORD: I am your enemy, O Pharaoh, king of Egypt--you great monster, lurking in the streams of the Nile. For you have said, `The Nile River is mine; I made it for myself!' - Ezekiel 29:3
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    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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