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  • But the LORD says this: When I bring you home again from your captivity and restore your fortunes, Jerusalem will be rebuilt on her ruins. The palace will be reconstructed as it was before. - Jeremiah 30:18


  • Jerusalem was under siege from the Babylonian army, and Jeremiah was imprisoned in the courtyard of the guard in the royal palace. - Jeremiah 32:2


  • For this is what the LORD, the God of Israel, says: Though you have torn down the houses of this city and even the king's palace to get materials to strengthen the walls against the siege weapons of the enemy, - Jeremiah 33:4


  • I took them to the Temple, and we went into the room assigned to the sons of Hanan son of Igdaliah, a man of God. This room was located next to the one used by the palace officials, directly above the room of Maaseiah son of Shallum, the Temple gatekeeper. - Jeremiah 35:4


  • he went down to the secretary's room in the palace where the administrative officials were meeting. Elishama the secretary was there, along with Delaiah son of Shemaiah, Elnathan son of Acbor, Gemariah son of Shaphan, Zedekiah son of Hananiah, and all the others with official responsibilities. - Jeremiah 36:12


  • It was late autumn, and the king was in a winterized part of the palace, sitting in front of a fire to keep warm. - Jeremiah 36:22


  • Later King Zedekiah secretly requested that Jeremiah come to the palace, where the king asked him, "Do you have any messages from the LORD?" "Yes, I do!" said Jeremiah. "You will be defeated by the king of Babylon." - Jeremiah 37:17


  • So King Zedekiah commanded that Jeremiah not be returned to the dungeon. Instead, he was imprisoned in the courtyard of the guard in the royal palace. The king also commanded that Jeremiah be given a loaf of fresh bread every day as long as there was any left in the city. So Jeremiah was put in the palace prison. - Jeremiah 37:21


  • But Ebed-melech the Ethiopian,* an important palace official, heard that Jeremiah was in the cistern. At that time the king was holding court at the Benjamin Gate,3 - Jeremiah 38:7


  • so Ebed-melech rushed from the palace to speak with him. - Jeremiah 38:8


  • So Ebed-melech took the men with him and went to a room in the palace beneath the treasury, where he found some old rags and discarded clothing. He carried these to the cistern and lowered them to Jeremiah on a rope. - Jeremiah 38:11


  • they pulled him out. So Jeremiah was returned to the courtyard of the guard--the palace prison--where he remained. - Jeremiah 38:13


  • All the women left in your palace will be brought out and given to the officers of the Babylonian army. Then the women will taunt you, saying, `What fine friends you have! They have betrayed and misled you. When your feet sank in the mud, they left you to your fate!' - Jeremiah 38:22


  • Meanwhile, the Babylonians burned Jerusalem, including the palace, and tore down the walls of the city. - Jeremiah 39:8


  • Then Johanan son of Kareah and his officers led away all the people they had rescued--warriors, women, children, and palace officials.*3 - Jeremiah 41:16


  • "While the people of Judah are watching, bury large rocks between the pavement stones at the entrance of Pharaoh's palace here in Tahpanhes. - Jeremiah 43:9


  • "And I will start a fire at the edge of Damascus that will burn up the palaces of Ben-hadad." - Jeremiah 49:27
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    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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