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  • Then at last those left in Israel and Judah* will trust the LORD, the Holy One of Israel. They will no longer depend on the Assyrians, who would destroy them.1 - Isaiah 10:20

  • But though the people of Israel are as numerous as the sand on the seashore, only a few of them will return at that time. The LORD has rightly decided to destroy his people. - Isaiah 10:22

  • In that day the Lord will bring back a remnant of his people for the second time, returning them to the land of Israel from Assyria, Lower Egypt, Upper Egypt, Ethiopia,* Elam, Babylonia,* Hamath, and all the distant coastlands.3 - Isaiah 11:11

  • He will raise a flag among the nations for Israel to rally around. He will gather the scattered people of Judah from the ends of the earth. - Isaiah 11:12

  • Then at last the jealousy between Israel* and Judah will end. They will not fight against each other anymore.4 - Isaiah 11:13

  • He will make a highway from Assyria for the remnant there, just as he did for Israel long ago when they returned from Egypt. - Isaiah 11:16

  • Let all the people of Jerusalem* shout his praise with joy! For great is the Holy One of Israel who lives among you."1 - Isaiah 12:6

  • "See the flags waving as the enemy attacks. Cheer them on, O Israel! Wave to them as they march against Babylon to destroy the palaces of the high and mighty. - Isaiah 13:2

  • But the LORD will have mercy on the descendants of Jacob. Israel will be his special people once again. He will bring them back to settle once again in their own land. And people from many different nations will come and join them there and become a part of the people of Israel.*1 - Isaiah 14:1

  • The nations of the world will help the LORD's people to return, and those who come to live in their land will serve them. Those who captured Israel will be captured, and Israel will rule over its enemies. - Isaiah 14:2

  • I will break the Assyrians when they are in Israel; I will trample them on my mountains. My people will no longer be their slaves. - Isaiah 14:25

  • The fortified cities of Israel* will also be destroyed, and the power of Damascus will end. The few left in Aram will share the fate of Israel's departed glory," says the LORD Almighty.1 - Isaiah 17:3

  • "In that day the glory of Israel* will be very dim, for poverty will stalk the land.2 - Isaiah 17:4

  • Israel will be abandoned like the grainfields in the valley of Rephaim after the harvest. - Isaiah 17:5

  • Only a few of its people will be left, like the stray olives left on the tree after the harvest. Only two or three remain in the highest branches, four or five out on the tips of the limbs. Yes, Israel will be stripped bare of people," says the LORD, the God of Israel. - Isaiah 17:6

  • Then at last the people will think of their Creator and have respect for the Holy One of Israel. - Isaiah 17:7

  • In the evening Israel waits in terror, but by dawn its enemies are dead. This is the just reward of those who plunder and destroy the people of God. - Isaiah 17:14
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    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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