Siege

Siege

 
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  • They will lay siege to your cities until all the fortified walls in your land--the walls you trusted to protect you--are knocked down. They will attack all the towns in the land the LORD your God has given you. - Deuteronomy 28:52


  • The siege will be so severe that you will eat the flesh of your own sons and daughters, whom the LORD your God has given you. - Deuteronomy 28:53


  • He will refuse to give them a share of the flesh he is devouring--the flesh of one of his own children--because he has nothing else to eat during the siege that your enemy will inflict on all your towns. - Deuteronomy 28:55


  • She will hide from them the afterbirth and the new baby she has borne, so that she herself can secretly eat them. She will have nothing else to eat during the siege and terrible distress that your enemy will inflict on all your towns. - Deuteronomy 28:57


  • The following spring, the time of year when kings go to war, David sent Joab and the Israelite army to destroy the Ammonites. In the process they laid siege to the city of Rabbah. But David stayed behind in Jerusalem. - 2 Samuel 11:1


  • Meanwhile, Joab and the Israelite army were successfully ending their siege of Rabbah, the capital of Ammon. - 2 Samuel 12:26


  • Then Baasha son of Ahijah, from the tribe of Issachar, plotted against Nadab and assassinated him while he and the Israelite army were laying siege to the Philistine town of Gibbethon. - 1 Kings 15:27


  • During the fourth year of Hezekiah's reign, which was the seventh year of King Hoshea's reign in Israel, King Shalmaneser of Assyria attacked Israel and began a siege on the city of Samaria. - 2 Kings 18:9


  • But Sennacherib's representative replied, "My master wants everyone in Jerusalem to hear this, not just you. He wants them to know that if you do not surrender, this city will be put under siege. The people will become so hungry and thirsty that they will eat their own dung and drink their own urine." - 2 Kings 18:27


  • And you who are left in Judah, who have escaped the ravages of the siege, will take root again in your own soil, and you will flourish and multiply. - 2 Kings 19:30


  • Nebuchadnezzar himself arrived at the city during the siege. - 2 Kings 24:11


  • So on January 15,* during the ninth year of Zedekiah's reign, King Nebuchadnezzar of Babylon led his entire army against Jerusalem. They surrounded the city and built siege ramps against its walls.1 - 2 Kings 25:1


  • Jerusalem was kept under siege until the eleventh year of King Zedekiah's reign. - 2 Kings 25:2


  • The following spring, the time of year when kings go to war, Joab led the Israelite army in successful attacks against the towns and villages of the Ammonites. In the process they laid siege to the city of Rabbah and destroyed it. But David had stayed behind in Jerusalem. - 1 Chronicles 20:1


  • After Hezekiah had faithfully carried out this work, King Sennacherib of Assyria invaded Judah. He laid siege to the fortified cities, giving orders for his army to break through their walls. - 2 Chronicles 32:1
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    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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