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And I will drive you out of my sight just like I drove out your relatives, the people of Israel.’” 1
Then the Lord said to me, “Even if Moses and Samuel stood before me pleading for 1 these people, I would not feel pity for them! 2 Get them away from me! Tell them to go away! 3
So 1 I will carry you far off 2 and throw you away. I will send both you and the city I gave to you and to your ancestors out of my sight. 3
I will bring war, starvation, and disease 1 on them until they are completely destroyed from the land I gave them and their ancestors.’” 2
Do not listen to them, 1 because their prophecies are lies. 2 Listening to them will only cause you 3 to be taken far away from your native land. I will drive you out of your country and you will die in exile. 4
But shortly after the prophet Hananiah had broken the yoke off the prophet Jeremiah’s neck, the Lord spoke to Jeremiah.
So the Lord says, ‘I will most assuredly remove 1 you from the face of the earth. You will die this very year because you have counseled rebellion against the Lord.’” 2
When the time for them to be rescued comes,” 1 says the Lord who rules over all, 2 “I will rescue you from foreign subjugation. 3 I will deliver you from captivity. 4 Foreigners will then no longer subjugate them.
At that time the Babylonian forces 1 had temporarily given up their siege against Jerusalem. 2 They had had it under siege, but withdrew when they heard that the army of Pharaoh had set out from Egypt. 3 )
What follows is a record of what happened to Jerusalem and Judah because of the Lord’s anger when he drove them out of his sight. 1 Zedekiah rebelled against the king of Babylon.
When the living beings moved, the wheels moved, and when they stopped moving, the wheels stopped. 1 When they rose up from the ground, the wheels rose up from the ground; the wheels rose up beside them because the spirit of the living being was in the wheel.
Then the glory of the Lord arose from the cherub and moved to the threshold of the temple. The temple was filled with the cloud while the court was filled with the brightness of the Lord’s glory.
When the cherubim moved, the wheels moved beside them; when the cherubim spread 1 their wings to rise from the ground, the wheels did not move from their side.
“Therefore say to the house of Israel, ‘This is what the sovereign Lord says: Return! Turn from your idols, and turn your faces away from your abominations.
I will throw my net over him and he will be caught in my snare; I will bring him to Babylon and judge him there because of the unfaithfulness he committed against me.
When she lustfully exposed her nakedness, 1 I 2 was disgusted with her, just as I 3 had been disgusted with her sister.
I will destroy all its cattle beside the plentiful waters; and no human foot will disturb 1 the waters 2 again, nor will the hooves of cattle disturb them.
to the space above the entrance, to the inner room, and on the outside, and on all the walls in the inner room and outside, by measurement. 1
O Israel, do not rejoice jubilantly 1 like the nations, for you are unfaithful 2 to your God. You love to receive a prostitute's wages 3 on all the floors where you thresh your grain.
I will plant them on their land and they will never again be uprooted from the 1 land I have given them,” says the Lord your God.