Judah

Judah

 
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  • Listen! Hear the terrifying roar of great armies as they roll down from the north. The towns of Judah will be destroyed and will become a haunt for jackals. - Jeremiah 10:22


  • "Remind the people of Judah and Jerusalem about the terms of their covenant with me. - Jeremiah 11:2


  • Again the LORD spoke to me and said, "I have discovered a conspiracy against me among the people of Judah and Jerusalem. - Jeremiah 11:9


  • They have returned to the sins of their forefathers. They have refused to listen to me and are worshiping idols. Israel and Judah have both broken the covenant I made with their ancestors. - Jeremiah 11:10


  • Then the people of Judah and Jerusalem will pray to their idols and offer incense before them. But the idols will not save them when disaster strikes! - Jeremiah 11:12


  • Look now, people of Judah, you have as many gods as there are cities and towns. Your altars of shame--altars for burning incense to your god Baal--are along every street in Jerusalem. - Jeremiah 11:13


  • I, the LORD Almighty, who planted this olive tree, have ordered it destroyed. For the people of Israel and Judah have done evil, provoking my anger by offering incense to Baal." - Jeremiah 11:17


  • Now this is what the LORD says: "As for all the evil nations reaching out for the inheritance I gave my people Israel, I will uproot them from their lands just as Judah will be uprooted from hers. - Jeremiah 12:14


  • "The LORD says: This illustrates how I will rot away the pride of Judah and Jerusalem. - Jeremiah 13:9


  • As a belt clings to a person's waist, so I created Judah and Israel to cling to me," says the LORD. "They were to be my people, my pride, my glory--an honor to my name. But they would not listen to me. - Jeremiah 13:11


  • The towns of the Negev will close their gates, and no one will be able to open them. The people of Judah will be taken away as captives. They will all be carried into exile. - Jeremiah 13:19


  • LORD, have you completely rejected Judah? Do you really hate Jerusalem*? Why have you wounded us past all hope of healing? We hoped for peace, but no peace came. We hoped for a time of healing but found only terror.1 - Jeremiah 14:19


  • Because of the wicked things Manasseh son of Hezekiah, king of Judah, did in Jerusalem, I will make my people an object of horror to all the kingdoms of the earth. - Jeremiah 15:4


  • Say to all the people, `Listen to this message from the LORD, you kings of Judah and all you people of Judah and everyone living in Jerusalem. - Jeremiah 17:20


  • then this nation will continue forever. There will always be a descendant of David sitting on the throne here in Jerusalem. Kings and their officials will always ride among the people of Judah in chariots and on horses, and this city will remain forever. - Jeremiah 17:25


  • And from all around Jerusalem, from the towns of Judah and Benjamin, from the western foothills* and the hill country and the Negev, the people will come with their burnt offerings and sacrifices. They will bring their grain offerings, incense, and thanksgiving offerings to the LORD's Temple.1 - Jeremiah 17:26


  • "Therefore, Jeremiah, go and warn all Judah and Jerusalem. Say to them, `This is what the LORD says: I am planning disaster against you instead of good. So turn from your evil ways, each of you, and do what is right.' " - Jeremiah 18:11
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    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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