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  • "But because the rest of you have forsaken the LORD and his Temple and worship the gods of Fate and Destiny, - Isaiah 65:11


  • This is what the LORD says: "Heaven is my throne, and the earth is my footstool. Could you ever build me a temple as good as that? Could you build a dwelling place for me? - Isaiah 66:1


  • What is all the commotion in the city? What is that terrible noise from the Temple? It is the voice of the LORD taking vengeance against his enemies. - Isaiah 66:6


  • "Go to the entrance of the LORD's Temple, and give this message to the people: `O Judah, listen to this message from the LORD! Listen to it, all of you who worship here! - Jeremiah 7:2


  • But do not be fooled by those who repeatedly promise your safety because the Temple of the LORD is here. - Jeremiah 7:4


  • " `Do you think that because the Temple is here you will never suffer? Don't fool yourselves! - Jeremiah 7:8


  • and then come here and stand before me in my Temple and chant, "We are safe!"--only to go right back to all those evils again? - Jeremiah 7:10


  • Do you think this Temple, which honors my name, is a den of thieves? I see all the evil going on there, says the LORD. - Jeremiah 7:11


  • So just as I destroyed Shiloh, I will now destroy this Temple that was built to honor my name, this Temple that you trust for help, this place that I gave to you and your ancestors. - Jeremiah 7:14


  • "The people of Judah have sinned before my very eyes," says the LORD. "They have set up their abominable idols right in my own Temple, defiling it. - Jeremiah 7:30


  • What right do my beloved people have to come to my Temple, where they have done so many immoral things? Can their sacrifices avert their destruction? They actually rejoice in doing evil! - Jeremiah 11:15


  • 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


  • Then Jeremiah returned from Topheth where he had delivered this message, and he stopped in front of the Temple of the LORD. He said to the people there, - Jeremiah 19:14


  • Now Pashhur son of Immer, the priest in charge of the Temple of the LORD, heard what Jeremiah was saying. - Jeremiah 20:1


  • So he arrested Jeremiah the prophet and had him whipped and put in stocks at the Benjamin Gate of the LORD's Temple. - Jeremiah 20:2


  • "The priests are like the prophets, all ungodly, wicked men. I have seen their despicable acts right here in my own Temple," says the LORD. - Jeremiah 23:11


  • After King Nebuchadnezzar* of Babylon exiled Jehoiachin* son of Jehoiakim, king of Judah, to Babylon along with the princes of Judah and all the skilled craftsmen, the LORD gave me this vision. I saw two baskets of figs placed in front of the LORD's Temple in Jerusalem.1 - Jeremiah 24:1
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    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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