Jerusalem

Jerusalem

 
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  • See how Jerusalem, once so faithful, has become a prostitute. Once the home of justice and righteousness, she is now filled with murderers. - Isaiah 1:21


  • Afterward I will give you good judges and wise counselors like the ones you used to have. Then Jerusalem will again be called the Home of Justice and the Faithful City." - Isaiah 1:26


  • Because the LORD is just and righteous, the repentant people of Jerusalem* will be redeemed.2 - Isaiah 1:27


  • This is another vision that Isaiah son of Amoz saw concerning Judah and Jerusalem: - Isaiah 2:1


  • In the last days, the Temple of the LORD in Jerusalem will become the most important place on earth. People from all over the world will go there to worship. - Isaiah 2:2


  • Many nations will come and say, "Come, let us go up to the mountain of the LORD, to the Temple of the God of Israel.* There he will teach us his ways, so that we may obey him." For in those days the LORD's teaching and his word will go out from Jerusalem.1 - Isaiah 2:3


  • The Lord, the LORD Almighty, will cut off the supplies of food and water from Jerusalem and Judah. - Isaiah 3:1


  • Judah and Jerusalem will lie in ruins because they speak out against the LORD and refuse to obey him. They have offended his glorious presence among them. - Isaiah 3:8


  • Next the LORD will judge the women of Jerusalem,* who walk around with their noses in the air, with tinkling ornaments on their ankles. Their eyes rove among the crowds, flirting with the men.1 - Isaiah 3:16


  • The gates of Jerusalem* will weep and mourn. The city will be like a ravaged woman, huddled on the ground.2 - Isaiah 3:26


  • All those whose names are written down, who have survived the destruction of Jerusalem, will be a holy people. - Isaiah 4:3


  • The Lord will wash the moral filth from the women of Jerusalem.* He will cleanse Jerusalem of its bloodstains by a spirit of judgment that burns like fire.1 - Isaiah 4:4


  • Then the LORD will provide shade for Jerusalem* and all who assemble there. There will be a canopy of smoke and cloud throughout the day and clouds of fire at night, covering the glorious land.2 - Isaiah 4:5


  • "Now, you people of Jerusalem and Judah, you have heard the case; you be the judges. - Isaiah 5:3


  • The grave* is licking its chops in anticipation of Jerusalem, this delicious morsel. Her great and lowly will be swallowed up, with all her drunken crowds.2 - Isaiah 5:14


  • He will send a signal to the nations far away. He will whistle to those at the ends of the earth, and they will come racing toward Jerusalem. - Isaiah 5:26


  • During the reign of Ahaz son of Jotham and grandson of Uzziah, Jerusalem was attacked by King Rezin of Aram and King Pekah of Israel, the son of Remaliah. The city withstood the attack, however, and was not taken. - Isaiah 7:1
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    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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