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A remnant will come back, a remnant of Jacob, to the mighty God. 1
There will be so few trees left in his forest, a child will be able to count them. 1
He built up the city around it, from the terrace to the surrounding walls; 1 Joab restored the rest of the city.
And the rest of the Israelites, with the priests and the Levites, were in all the cities of Judah, each on his own property.
Just a handful of archers, the warriors of Kedar, will be left.” 1 Indeed, 2 the Lord God of Israel has spoken.
At that time 1 the Lord who commands armies will become a beautiful crown and a splendid diadem for the remnant of his people.
Joining them were Heman, Jeduthun, and the rest of those chosen and designated by name to give thanks to the Lord. (For his loyal love endures!) 1
For though your people, Israel, are as numerous as 1 the sand on the seashore, only a remnant will come back. 2 Destruction has been decreed; 3 just punishment 4 is about to engulf you. 5
There will be a highway leading out of Assyria for the remnant of his people, 1 just as there was for Israel, when 2 they went up from the land of Egypt.
“I will rise up against them,” says the Lord who commands armies. “I will blot out all remembrance of Babylon and destroy all her people, 1 including the offspring she produces,” 2 says the Lord.
Fortified cities will disappear from Ephraim, and Damascus will lose its kingdom. 1 The survivors in Syria will end up like the splendor of the Israelites,” says the Lord who commands armies.
No one who has even a small portion of the Spirit in him does this. 1 What did our ancestor 2 do when seeking a child from God? Be attentive, then, to your own spirit, for one should not be disloyal to the wife he took in his youth. 3
The rest of the events of Solomon’s reign, from start to finish, are recorded 1 in the Annals of Nathan the Prophet, the Prophecy of Ahijah the Shilonite, and the Vision of Iddo the Seer pertaining to Jeroboam son of Nebat.
When they were finished, they brought the rest of the silver to the king and Jehoiada. They used it to make items for the Lord’s temple, including items used in the temple service and for burnt sacrifices, pans, and various other gold and silver items. Throughout Jehoiada’s lifetime, burnt sacrifices were offered regularly in the Lord’s temple.
But Zerubbabel, Jeshua, and the rest of the leaders of Israel said to them, “You have no right 1 to help us build the temple of our God. We will build it by ourselves for the Lord God of Israel, just as King Cyrus, the king of Persia, has commanded us.”
And during the reign 1 of Artaxerxes, Bishlam, 2 Mithredath, Tabeel, and the rest of their colleagues 3 wrote to King Artaxerxes 4 of Persia. This letter 5 was first written in Aramaic but then translated. [Aramaic:] 6
“Now the rest of the people – the priests, the Levites, the gatekeepers, the singers, the temple attendants, and all those who have separated themselves from the neighboring peoples 1 because of the law of God, along with their wives, their sons, and their daughters, all of whom are able to understand –
So the leaders of the people settled in Jerusalem, 1 while the rest of the people cast lots to bring one out of every ten to settle in Jerusalem, the holy city, while the other nine 2 remained in other cities.
Then the king said to Queen Esther, “In Susa the citadel the Jews have killed and destroyed five hundred men and the ten sons of Haman! What then have they done in the rest of the king’s provinces? What is your request? It shall be given to you. What other petition do you have? It shall be done.”
The rest of the Jews who were throughout the provinces of the king assembled in order to stand up for themselves and to have rest from their enemies. They killed seventy-five thousand 1 of their adversaries, but they did not confiscate their property.