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  • "Then the people of Israel and Judah will join together," says the LORD, "weeping and seeking the LORD their God. - Jeremiah 50:4


  • Therefore, the LORD Almighty, the God of Israel, says: "Now I will punish the king of Babylon and his land, just as I punished the king of Assyria. - Jeremiah 50:18


  • And I will bring Israel home again to her own land, to feed in the fields of Carmel and Bashan, and to be satisfied once more on the hill country of Ephraim and Gilead. - Jeremiah 50:19


  • In those days," says the LORD, "no sin will be found in Israel or in Judah, for I will forgive the remnant I preserve. - Jeremiah 50:20


  • "Send out a call for archers to come to Babylon. Surround the city so none can escape. Do to her as she has done to others, for she has defied the LORD, the Holy One of Israel. - Jeremiah 50:29


  • And now the LORD Almighty says this: "The people of Israel and Judah have been wronged. Their captors hold them and refuse to let them go. - Jeremiah 50:33


  • But the one who redeems them is strong. His name is the LORD Almighty. He will defend them and give them rest again in Israel. But the people of Babylon--there will be no rest for them! - Jeremiah 50:34


  • For the LORD Almighty has not forsaken Israel and Judah. He is still their God, even though their land was filled with sin against the Holy One of Israel." - Jeremiah 51:5


  • But the God of Israel* is no idol! He is the Creator of everything that exists, including his people, his own special possession. The LORD Almighty is his name!5 - Jeremiah 51:19


  • For the LORD Almighty, the God of Israel, says: "Babylon is like wheat on a threshing floor, about to be trampled. In just a little while her harvest will begin." - Jeremiah 51:33


  • "Just as Babylon killed the people of Israel and others throughout the world, so must her people be killed. - Jeremiah 51:49


  • The Lord in his anger has cast a dark shadow over Jerusalem.* The fairest of Israel's cities lies in the dust, thrown down from the heights of heaven. In his day of awesome fury, the Lord has shown no mercy even to his Temple.*1 - Lamentations 2:1


  • Without mercy the Lord has destroyed every home in Israel.* In his anger he has broken down the fortress walls of Jerusalem.* He has brought to dust the kingdom and all its rulers.2 - Lamentations 2:2


  • 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 The Lord has withdrawn his protection as the enemy attacks.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


  • 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


  • Even the jackals feed their young, but not my people Israel. They ignore their children's cries, like the ostriches of the desert. - Lamentations 4:3


  • "Son of man," he said, "I am sending you to the nation of Israel, a nation that is rebelling against me. Their ancestors have rebelled against me from the beginning, and they are still in revolt to this very day. - Ezekiel 2:3
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    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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