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  • He made a treaty with a member of the royal family and made him take an oath of loyalty. He also exiled Israel's most influential leaders, - Ezekiel 17:13

  • so Israel would not become strong again and revolt. Only by keeping her treaty with Babylon could Israel maintain her national identity. - Ezekiel 17:14

  • "Nevertheless, this man of Israel's royal family rebelled against Babylon, sending ambassadors to Egypt to request a great army and many horses. Can Israel break her sworn treaties like that and get away with it? - Ezekiel 17:15

  • No! For as surely as I live, says the Sovereign LORD, the king of Israel will die in Babylon, the land of the king who put him in power and whose treaty he despised and broke. - Ezekiel 17:16

  • Pharaoh and all his mighty army will fail to help Israel when the king of Babylon lays siege to Jerusalem again and destroys the lives of many. - Ezekiel 17:17

  • For the king of Israel broke his treaty after swearing to obey; therefore, he will not escape. - Ezekiel 17:18

  • And all the best warriors of Israel will be killed in battle, and those remaining in the city will be scattered to the four winds. Then you will know that I, the LORD, have spoken these words. - Ezekiel 17:21

  • "And the Sovereign LORD says: I will take a tender shoot from the top of a tall cedar, and I will plant it on the top of Israel's highest mountain. - Ezekiel 17:22

  • "Why do you quote this proverb in the land of Israel: `The parents have eaten sour grapes, but their children's mouths pucker at the taste'? - Ezekiel 18:2

  • As surely as I live, says the Sovereign LORD, you will not say this proverb anymore in Israel. - Ezekiel 18:3

  • and he has not feasted in the mountains before Israel's idols or worshiped them. And suppose he does not commit adultery or have intercourse with a woman during her menstrual period. - Ezekiel 18:6

  • "Yet you say, `The Lord isn't being just!' Listen to me, O people of Israel. Am I the one who is unjust, or is it you? - Ezekiel 18:25

  • And yet the people of Israel keep saying, `The Lord is unjust!' O people of Israel, it is you who are unjust, not I. - Ezekiel 18:29

  • "Therefore, I will judge each of you, O people of Israel, according to your actions, says the Sovereign LORD. Turn from your sins! Don't let them destroy you! - Ezekiel 18:30

  • Put all your rebellion behind you, and get for yourselves a new heart and a new spirit. For why should you die, O people of Israel? - Ezekiel 18:31

  • "Sing this funeral song for the princes of Israel: - Ezekiel 19:1

  • With hooks, they dragged him into a cage and brought him before the king of Babylon. They held him in captivity, so his voice could never again be heard on the mountains of Israel. - Ezekiel 19:9
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    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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