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He deported to Babylon all who escaped the sword. They served him and his sons until the Persian kingdom rose to power.
1 These are the people 2 of the province who were going up, 3 from the captives of the exile whom King Nebuchadnezzar of Babylon had forced into exile in Babylon. They returned to Jerusalem 4 and Judah, each to his own city.
These are the people 1 of the province who returned 2 from the captivity of the exiles, whom King Nebuchadnezzar of Babylon had forced into exile. 3 They returned to Jerusalem and to Judah, each to his own city.
A copy of this edict was to be presented as law throughout every province; it was to be made known to all the inhabitants, 1 so that they would be prepared for this day.
A copy of the edict was to be presented as law throughout each and every province and made known to all peoples, so that the Jews might be prepared on that 1 day to avenge themselves from their enemies.
“Bring a plan, make a decision! 1 Provide some shade in the middle of the day! 2 Hide the fugitives! Do not betray 3 the one who tries to escape!
The Lord who commands armies told me this: 1 “Certainly this sin will not be forgiven as long as you live,” 2 says the sovereign master, the Lord who commands armies.
Here is a message about Tyre: Wail, you large ships, 1 for the port is too devastated to enter! 2 From the land of Cyprus 3 this news is announced to them.
My dwelling place 1 is removed and taken away 2 from me like a shepherd’s tent. I rolled up my life like a weaver rolls cloth; 3 from the loom he cuts me off. 4 You turn day into night and end my life. 5
This is what the Lord says, “Promote 1 justice! Do what is right! For I am ready to deliver you; I am ready to vindicate you openly. 2
Behind the door and doorpost you put your symbols. 1 Indeed, 2 you depart from me 3 and go up and invite them into bed with you. 4 You purchase favors from them, 5 you love their bed, and gaze longingly 6 on their genitals. 7
So I said to the Lord, 1 “O Lord who rules over all, 2 you are a just judge! You examine people’s hearts and minds. 3 I want to see you pay them back for what they have done because I trust you to vindicate my cause.” 4
O Lord who rules over all, 1 you test and prove the righteous. You see into people’s hearts and minds. 2 Pay them back for what they have done because I trust you to vindicate my cause.
For he will die in the country where they took him as a captive. He will never see this land again.” 1
Work to see that the city where I sent you as exiles enjoys peace and prosperity. Pray to the Lord for it. For as it prospers you will prosper.’
But Baruch son of Neriah is stirring you up against us. 1 He wants to hand us over 2 to the Babylonians 3 so that they will kill us or carry us off into exile in Babylon.”
But I will strip everything away from Esau’s descendants. I will uncover their hiding places so they cannot hide. Their children, relatives, and neighbors will all be destroyed. Not one of them will be left!
ג (Gimel) Judah 1 has departed into exile under 2 affliction and harsh oppression. 3 She 4 lives among the nations; she has found no resting place. All who pursued her overtook her in 5 narrow straits. 6
נ (Nun) Your prophets saw visions for you that were worthless lies. 1 They failed to expose your sin so as to restore your fortunes. 2 They saw oracles for you that were worthless 3 lies.
I will break down the wall you coated with whitewash and knock it to the ground so that its foundation is exposed. When it falls you will be destroyed beneath it, 1 and you will know that I am the Lord.