Exile

Exile

 
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  • The descendants of the following Temple servants returned from exile: Ziha, Hasupha, Tabbaoth, - Ezra 2:43


  • The descendants of these servants of King Solomon returned from exile: Sotai, Sophereth,* Peruda,4 - Ezra 2:55


  • The construction of the Temple of God began in midspring,* during the second year after they arrived in Jerusalem. The work force was made up of everyone who had returned from exile, including Zerubbabel son of Shealtiel, Jeshua son of Jehozadak and his fellow priests, and all the Levites. The Levites who were twenty years old or older were put in charge of rebuilding the LORD's Temple.4 - Ezra 3:8


  • The enemies of Judah and Benjamin heard that the exiles were rebuilding a Temple to the LORD, the God of Israel. - Ezra 4:1


  • But because our ancestors angered the God of heaven, he abandoned them to King Nebuchadnezzar of Babylon,* who destroyed this Temple and exiled the people to Babylonia.2 - Ezra 5:12


  • The Temple of God was then dedicated with great joy by the people of Israel, the priests, the Levites, and the rest of the people who had returned from exile. - Ezra 6:16


  • On April 21* the returned exiles celebrated Passover.4 - Ezra 6:19


  • The priests and Levites had purified themselves and were ceremonially clean. So they slaughtered the Passover lamb for all the returned exiles, for the other priests, and for themselves. - Ezra 6:20


  • The Passover meal was eaten by the people of Israel who had returned from exile and by the others in the land who had turned from their immoral customs to worship the LORD, the God of Israel. - Ezra 6:21


  • I assembled the exiles at the Ahava Canal, and we camped there for three days while I went over the lists of the people and the priests who had arrived. I found that not one Levite had volunteered to come along. - Ezra 8:15


  • Then the exiles who had returned from captivity sacrificed burnt offerings to the God of Israel. They presented twelve oxen for the people of Israel, as well as ninety-six rams and seventy-seven lambs. They also offered twelve goats as a sin offering. All this was given as a burnt offering to the LORD. - Ezra 8:35


  • Then Ezra left the front of the Temple of God and went to the room of Jehohanan son of Eliashib. He spent the night* there, but he did not eat any food or drink. He was still in mourning because of the unfaithfulness of the returned exiles.1 - Ezra 10:6


  • Then a proclamation was made throughout Judah and Jerusalem that all the returned exiles should come to Jerusalem. - Ezra 10:7


  • Those who failed to come within three days would, if the leaders and elders so decided, forfeit all their property and be expelled from the assembly of the exiles. - Ezra 10:8


  • But if you return to me and obey my commands, even if you are exiled to the ends of the earth, I will bring you back to the place I have chosen for my name to be honored.' - Nehemiah 1:9


  • "Here is the list of the Jewish exiles of the provinces who returned from their captivity to Jerusalem and to the other towns of Judah. They had been deported to Babylon by King Nebuchadnezzar. - Nehemiah 7:6


  • Their leaders were Zerubbabel, Jeshua, Nehemiah, Seraiah,* Reelaiah,* Nahamani, Mordecai, Bilshan, Mispar,* Bigvai, Rehum,* and Baanah. This is the number of men of Israel who returned from exile:2 - Nehemiah 7:7
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    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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