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  • Then the captain of the guard supervised the entire Babylonian* army as they tore down the walls of Jerusalem.5 - Jeremiah 52:14

  • Nebuzaradan, captain of the guard, then took as exiles some of the poorest of the people and those who remained in the city, along with the rest of the craftsmen and the troops who had declared their allegiance to the king of Babylon. - Jeremiah 52:15

  • Nebuzaradan, captain of the guard, also took the small bowls, firepans, basins, pots, lampstands, dishes, bowls used for drink offerings, and all the other utensils made of pure gold or silver. - Jeremiah 52:19

  • The captain of the guard took with him as prisoners Seraiah the chief priest, his assistant Zephaniah, and the three chief gatekeepers. - Jeremiah 52:24

  • In his twenty-third year* he sent Nebuzaradan, his captain of the guard, who took 745 more--a total of 4,600 captives in all.3 - Jeremiah 52:30

  • I will scatter his servants and guards to the four winds and send the sword after them. - Ezekiel 12:14

  • "I looked for someone who might rebuild the wall of righteousness that guards the land. I searched for someone to stand in the gap in the wall so I wouldn't have to destroy the land, but I found no one. - Ezekiel 22:30

  • I ordained and anointed you as the mighty angelic guardian.* You had access to the holy mountain of God and walked among the stones of fire.2 - Ezekiel 28:14

  • Your great wealth filled you with violence, and you sinned. So I banished you from the mountain of God. I expelled you, O mighty guardian, from your place among the stones of fire. - Ezekiel 28:16

  • There were guard alcoves on each side built into the gateway passage. Each of these alcoves was 10 feet square, with a distance between them of 8 feet along the passage wall. The gateway's inner threshold, which led to the foyer at the inner end of the gateway passage, was 10 feet deep. - Ezekiel 40:7

  • There were three guard alcoves on each side of the gateway passage. Each had the same measurements, and the dividing walls separating them were also identical. - Ezekiel 40:10

  • In front of each of the guard alcoves was a 21-inch curb. The alcoves themselves were 10 feet square. - Ezekiel 40:12

  • Then he measured the entire width of the gateway, measuring the distance between the back walls of facing guard alcoves; this distance was 43 feet. - Ezekiel 40:13

  • There were recessed windows that narrowed inward through the walls of the guard alcoves and their dividing walls. There were also windows in the foyer structure. The surfaces of the dividing walls were decorated with carved palm trees. - Ezekiel 40:16

  • Here, too, there were three guard alcoves on each side, with dividing walls and a foyer. All the measurements matched those of the east gateway. The gateway passage was 87 feet long and 43 feet wide between the back walls of facing guard alcoves. - Ezekiel 40:21

  • It had windows along the walls as the others did, and there was a foyer where the gateway passage opened into the outer courtyard. And like the others, the gateway passage was 87 feet long and 43 feet wide between the back walls of facing guard alcoves. - Ezekiel 40:25

  • Its guard alcoves, dividing walls, and foyer were the same size as those in the others. It also had windows along its walls and in the foyer structure. And like the others, the gateway passage was 87 feet long and 43 feet wide. - Ezekiel 40:29
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    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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