Enemy

Enemy

 
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  • Lead from Babylon all those who plant crops; send all the harvesters away. Let the captives escape the sword of the enemy and rush back to their own lands. - Jeremiah 50:16


  • "See, I am your enemy, O proud people," says the Lord, the LORD Almighty. "Your day of reckoning has arrived. - Jeremiah 50:31


  • The king of Babylon has received reports about the enemy, and he is weak with fright. Fear and pain have gripped him, like that of a woman about to give birth. - Jeremiah 50:43


  • "Look, O mighty mountain, destroyer of the earth! I am your enemy," says the LORD. "I will raise my fist against you, to roll you down from the heights. When I am finished, you will be nothing but a heap of rubble. - Jeremiah 51:25


  • All the beauty and majesty of Jerusalem* are gone. Her princes are like starving deer searching for pasture, too weak to run from the pursuing enemy.3 - Lamentations 1:6


  • And now in the midst of her sadness and wandering, Jerusalem remembers her ancient splendor. But then she fell to her enemy, and there was no one to help her. Her enemy struck her down and laughed as she fell. - Lamentations 1:7


  • She defiled herself with immorality with no thought of the punishment that would follow. Now she lies in the gutter with no one to lift her out. "LORD, see my deep misery," she cries. "The enemy has triumphed." - Lamentations 1:9


  • The enemy has plundered her completely, taking everything precious that she owns. She has seen foreigners violate her sacred Temple, the place the LORD had forbidden them to enter. - Lamentations 1:10


  • "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


  • All the strength of Israel vanishes beneath his fury. The Lord has withdrawn his protection as the enemy attacks. He consumes the whole land of Israel like a raging fire. - Lamentations 2:3


  • He bends his bow against his people as though he were their enemy. His strength is used against them to kill their finest youth. His fury is poured out like fire on beautiful Jerusalem.*3 - Lamentations 2:4


  • Yes, the Lord has vanquished Israel like an enemy. He has destroyed her forts and palaces. He has brought unending sorrow and tears to Jerusalem. - Lamentations 2:5


  • "See them lying in the streets--young and old, boys and girls, killed by the swords of the enemy. You have killed them in your anger, slaughtering them without mercy. - Lamentations 2:21


  • "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


  • Not a king in all the earth--no one in all the world--would have believed an enemy could march through the gates of Jerusalem. - Lamentations 4:12


  • Build siege ramps against the city walls. Surround it with enemy camps and battering rams. - Ezekiel 4:2


  • Then take an iron griddle and place it between you and the city. Turn toward it and demonstrate how the enemy will attack Jerusalem. This will be a warning to the people of Israel. - Ezekiel 4:3
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    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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