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  • Even if they are driven into exile, I will command the sword to kill them there. I am determined to bring disaster upon them and not to help them." - Amos 9:4

  • I will bring my exiled people of Israel back from distant lands, and they will rebuild their ruined cities and live in them again. They will plant vineyards and gardens; they will eat their crops and drink their wine. - Amos 9:14

  • "You shouldn't have done this! You shouldn't have gloated when they exiled your relatives to distant lands. You shouldn't have rejoiced because they were suffering such misfortune. You shouldn't have crowed over them as they suffered these disasters. - Obadiah 1:12

  • The exiles of Israel will return to their land and occupy the Phoenician coast as far north as Zarephath. The captives from Jerusalem exiled in the north* will return to their homeland and resettle the villages of the Negev.5 - Obadiah 1:20

  • You people of Shaphir,* go as captives into exile--naked and ashamed. The people of Zaanan* dare not come outside their walls. The people of Beth-ezel* mourn because the very foundations of their city have been swept away.3 - Micah 1:11

  • Weep, you people of Judah! Shave your heads in sorrow, for the children you love will be snatched away, and you will never see them again. Make yourselves as bald as an eagle, for your little ones will be exiled to distant lands. - Micah 1:16

  • Your leader will break out and lead you out of exile. He will bring you through the gates of your cities of captivity, back to your own land. Your king will lead you; the LORD himself will guide you." - Micah 2:13

  • "In that coming day," says the LORD, "I will gather together my people who are lame, who have been exiles, filled with grief. - Micah 4:6

  • Writhe and groan in terrible pain, you people of Jerusalem,* for you must leave this city to live in the open fields. You will soon be sent into exile in distant Babylon. But the LORD will rescue you there; he will redeem you from the grip of your enemies.3 - Micah 4:10

  • The people of Israel will be abandoned to their enemies until the time when the woman in labor gives birth to her son. Then at last his fellow countrymen will return from exile to their own land. - Micah 5:3

  • Nineveh's exile has been decreed, and all the servant girls mourn its capture. Listen to them moan like doves; watch them beat their breasts in sorrow. - Nahum 2:7

  • The LORD says, "�MDNM�Come away! Flee from the north, f�Come away! Escape to Jerusalem,* you who are exiled in Babylon!"1 - Zechariah 2:7

  • "Heldai, Tobijah, and Jedaiah will bring gifts of silver and gold from the Jews exiled in Babylon. As soon as they arrive, meet them at the home of Josiah son of Zephaniah. - Zechariah 6:10

  • "Say to all your people and your priests, `During those seventy years of exile, when you fasted and mourned in the summer and at the festival in early autumn,* was it really for me that you were fasting?4 - Zechariah 7:5

  • Josiah was the father of Jehoiachin* and his brothers (born at the time of the exile to Babylon).5 - Matthew 1:11

  • After the Babylonian exile: Jehoiachin was the father of Shealtiel. Shealtiel was the father of Zerubbabel. - Matthew 1:12

  • All those listed above include fourteen generations from Abraham to King David, and fourteen from David's time to the Babylonian exile, and fourteen from the Babylonian exile to the Messiah. - Matthew 1:17
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    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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