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  • On that day I will gather all the nations to fight against Jerusalem. The city will be taken, the houses plundered, and the women raped. Half the population will be taken away into captivity, and half will be left among the ruins of the city. - Zechariah 14:2


  • On that day his feet will stand on the Mount of Olives, which faces Jerusalem on the east. And the Mount of Olives will split apart, making a wide valley running from east to west, for half the mountain will move toward the north and half toward the south. - Zechariah 14:4


  • On that day life-giving waters will flow out from Jerusalem, half toward the Dead Sea and half toward the Mediterranean,* flowing continuously both in summer and in winter.3 - Zechariah 14:8


  • All the land from Geba, north of Judah, to Rimmon, south of Jerusalem, will become one vast plain. But Jerusalem will be raised up in its original place and will be inhabited all the way from the Benjamin Gate over to the site of the old gate, then to the Corner Gate, and from the Tower of Hananel to the king's winepresses. - Zechariah 14:10


  • And Jerusalem will be filled, safe at last, never again to be cursed and destroyed. - Zechariah 14:11


  • And the LORD will send a plague on all the nations that fought against Jerusalem. Their people will become like walking corpses, their flesh rotting away. Their eyes will shrivel in their sockets, and their tongues will decay in their mouths. - Zechariah 14:12


  • Judah, too, will be fighting at Jerusalem. The wealth of all the neighboring nations will be captured--great quantities of gold and silver and fine clothing. - Zechariah 14:14


  • In the end, the enemies of Jerusalem who survive the plague will go up to Jerusalem each year to worship the King, the LORD Almighty, and to celebrate the Festival of Shelters. - Zechariah 14:16


  • And any nation anywhere in the world that refuses to come to Jerusalem to worship the King, the LORD Almighty, will have no rain. - Zechariah 14:17


  • In fact, every cooking pot in Jerusalem and Judah will be set apart as holy to the LORD Almighty. All who come to worship will be free to use any of these pots to boil their sacrifices. And on that day there will no longer be traders* in the Temple of the LORD Almighty.4 - Zechariah 14:21


  • In Judah, in Israel, and in Jerusalem there is treachery, for the men of Judah have defiled the LORD's beloved sanctuary by marrying women who worship idols. - Malachi 2:11


  • Then once more the LORD will accept the offerings brought to him by the people of Judah and Jerusalem, as he did in former times. - Malachi 3:4


  • Jesus was born in the town of Bethlehem in Judea, during the reign of King Herod. About that time some wise men* from eastern lands arrived in Jerusalem, asking,1 - Matthew 2:1


  • Herod was deeply disturbed by their question, as was all of Jerusalem. - Matthew 2:3


  • People from Jerusalem and from every section of Judea and from all over the Jordan Valley went out to the wilderness to hear him preach. - Matthew 3:5


  • Then the Devil took him to Jerusalem, to the highest point of the Temple, - Matthew 4:5


  • Large crowds followed him wherever he went--people from Galilee, the Ten Towns,* Jerusalem, from all over Judea, and from east of the Jordan River.9 - Matthew 4:25
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    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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