Exile

Exile

 
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  • In those days the people of Judah and Israel will return together from exile in the north. They will return to the land I gave their ancestors as an inheritance forever. - Jeremiah 3:18


  • And I will send you into exile, just as I did your relatives, the people of Israel.*'1 - Jeremiah 7:15


  • These wise teachers will be shamed by exile for their sin, for they have rejected the word of the LORD. Are they so wise after all? - Jeremiah 8:9


  • And if you still refuse to listen, I will weep alone because of your pride. My eyes will overflow with tears because the LORD's flock will be led away into exile. - Jeremiah 13:17


  • The towns of the Negev will close their gates, and no one will be able to open them. The people of Judah will be taken away as captives. They will all be carried into exile. - Jeremiah 13:19


  • Instead, they will say, `As surely as the LORD lives, who brought the people of Israel back to their own land from the land of the north and from all the countries to which he had exiled them.' For I will bring them back to this land that I gave their ancestors. - Jeremiah 16:15


  • "Why is this man Jehoiachin like a discarded, broken dish? Why are he and his children to be exiled to distant lands? - Jeremiah 22:28


  • Instead, they will say, `As surely as the LORD lives, who brought the people of Israel back to their own land from the land of the north and from all the countries to which he had exiled them.' Then they will live in their own land." - Jeremiah 23:8


  • After King Nebuchadnezzar* of Babylon exiled Jehoiachin* son of Jehoiakim, king of Judah, to Babylon along with the princes of Judah and all the skilled craftsmen, the LORD gave me this vision. I saw two baskets of figs placed in front of the LORD's Temple in Jerusalem.1 - Jeremiah 24:1


  • "This is what the LORD, the God of Israel, says: The good figs represent the exiles I sent from Judah to the land of the Babylonians.*2 - Jeremiah 24:5


  • King Nebuchadnezzar of Babylon left them here when he exiled Jehoiachin* son of Jehoiakim, king of Judah, to Babylon, along with all the other important people of Judah and Jerusalem.2 - Jeremiah 27:20


  • Jeremiah wrote a letter from Jerusalem to the elders, priests, prophets, and all the people who had been exiled to Babylon by King Nebuchadnezzar. - Jeremiah 29:1


  • The LORD Almighty, the God of Israel, sends this message to all the captives he has exiled to Babylon from Jerusalem: - Jeremiah 29:4


  • But this is what the LORD says about the king who sits on David's throne and all those still living here in Jerusalem--your relatives who were not exiled to Babylon. - Jeremiah 29:16


  • For they refuse to listen to me, though I have spoken to them repeatedly through my prophets. And you who are in exile have not listened either," says the LORD. - Jeremiah 29:19


  • Their terrible fate will become proverbial, so that whenever the Judean exiles want to curse someone they will say, `May the LORD make you like Zedekiah and Ahab, whom the king of Babylon burned alive!' - Jeremiah 29:22


  • "Send an open letter to all the exiles in Babylon. Tell them, `This is what the LORD says concerning Shemaiah the Nehelamite: Since he has prophesied to you when I did not send him and has tricked you into believing his lies, - Jeremiah 29:31
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    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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