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Furthermore, the Lord your God will release hornets 1 among them until the very last ones who hide from you 2 perish.
However, I will leave some of these wicked people alive and banish them to other places. But wherever these people who survive may go, they will wish they had died rather than lived,” 1 says the Lord who rules over all. 2
Then Nebuzaradan, the captain of the royal guard, 1 took captive the rest of the people who were left in the city. He carried them off to Babylon along with the people who had deserted to him. 2
or associate with these nations that remain near 1 you. You must not invoke or make solemn declarations by the names of their gods! 2 You must not worship 3 or bow down to them!
But if you ever turn away and make alliances with 1 these nations that remain near you, 2 and intermarry with them and establish friendly relations with them, 3
Then Jehu killed all who were left of Ahab’s family in Jezreel, and all his nobles, close friends, and priests. He left no survivors.
He went to Samaria and exterminated all the members of Ahab’s family who were still alive in Samaria, 1 just as the Lord had announced to Elijah. 2
They said to me, “The remnant that remains from the exile there in the province are experiencing considerable 1 adversity and reproach. The wall of Jerusalem lies breached, and its gates have been burned down!” 2
So Jeremiah went to Gedaliah son of Ahikam at Mizpah 1 and lived there with him. He stayed there to live among the people who had been left in the land of Judah. 2
See, I have parceled out to your tribes these remaining nations, 1 from the Jordan to the Mediterranean Sea 2 in the west, including all the nations I defeated. 3
The next day Saul placed the people in three groups. They went to the Ammonite camp during the morning watch and struck them 1 down until the hottest part of the day. The survivors scattered; no two of them remained together.
One of his advisers replied, “Pick some men and have them take five of the horses that are left in the city. (Even if they are killed, their fate will be no different than that of all the Israelite people – we’re all going to die!) 1 Let’s send them out so we can know for sure what’s going on.” 2
Nebuzaradan, the captain of the royal guard, deported the rest of the people who were left in the city, those who had deserted to the king of Babylon, and the rest of the craftsmen. 1
David said to the whole Israelite assembly, “If you so desire and the Lord our God approves, 1 let’s spread the word 2 to our brothers who remain in all the regions of Israel, and to the priests and Levites in their cities, 3 so they may join us.
“I, the Lord, also solemnly assert: ‘King Zedekiah of Judah, his officials, and the people who remain in Jerusalem 1 or who have gone to live in Egypt are like those bad figs. I consider them to be just like those bad figs that are so bad they cannot be eaten. 2
Nebuzaradan, the captain of the royal guard, took into exile some of the poor, 1 the rest of the people who remained in the city, those who had deserted to him, and the rest of the craftsmen.
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
Then Ishmael took captive all the people who were still left alive in Mizpah. This included the royal princesses 1 and all the rest of the people in Mizpah that Nebuzaradan, the captain of the royal guard, had put under the authority of Gedaliah son of Ahikam. Ishmael son of Nethaniah took all these people captive and set out to cross over to the Ammonites.
Then 1 I, the Lord, promise that 2 I will hand over King Zedekiah of Judah, his officials, and any of the people who survive the war, starvation, and disease. I will hand them over to King Nebuchadnezzar of Babylon and to their enemies who want to kill them. He will slaughter them with the sword. He will not show them any mercy, compassion, or pity.’