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Haman then recounted to them his fabulous wealth, 1 his many sons, 2 and how the king had magnified him and exalted him over the king’s other officials and servants.
Then the priests and the prophets made their charges before the officials and all the people. They said, 1 “This man should be condemned to die 2 because he prophesied against this city. You have heard him do so 3 with your own ears.”
Then Jeremiah made his defense before all the officials and all the people. 1 “The Lord sent me to prophesy everything you have heard me say against this temple and against this city.
Then the officials and all the people rendered their verdict to the priests and the prophets. They said, 1 “This man should not be condemned to die. 2 For he has spoken to us under the authority of the Lord our God.” 3
All the people and their leaders had agreed to this. They had agreed to free their male and female slaves and not keep them enslaved any longer. They originally complied with the covenant and freed them. 1
I took them to the Lord’s temple. I took them into the room where the disciples of the prophet Hanan son of Igdaliah stayed. 1 That room was next to the one where the temple officers stayed and above the room where Maaseiah son of Shallum, one of the doorkeepers 2 of the temple, stayed.
The king sent Jehudi to get the scroll. He went and got it from the room of Elishama, the royal secretary. Then he himself 1 read it to the king and all the officials who were standing around him.
The officials may hear that I have talked with you. They may come to you and say, ‘Tell us what you said to the king and what the king said to you. 1 Do not hide anything from us. If you do, we will kill you.’ 2
All the officials did indeed come and question Jeremiah. 1 He told them exactly what the king had instructed him to say. 2 They stopped questioning him any further because no one had actually heard their conversation. 3
However, the prince of the kingdom of Persia was opposing me for twenty-one days. But 1 Michael, one of the leading princes, came to help me, because I was left there 2 with the kings of Persia.
All the officials sent Jehudi, who was the son of Nethaniah and the grandson of Cushi, to Baruch. They ordered him to tell Baruch, “Come here and bring with you 1 the scroll you read in the hearing of the people.” 2 So Baruch son of Neriah went to them, carrying the scroll in his hand. 3
So these officials said to the king, “This man must be put to death. For he is demoralizing 1 the soldiers who are left in the city as well as all the other people there by these things he is saying. 2 This 3 man is not seeking to help these people but is trying to harm them.” 4