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When he struck them down, 1 they sought his favor; 2 they turned back and longed for God.
‘Build houses and settle down. Plant gardens and eat what they produce.
Indeed, there is hope for your posterity. 1 Your children will return to their own territory. I, the Lord, affirm it! 2
Though I scatter 1 them among the nations, they will remember in far-off places – they and their children will sprout forth and return.
before the sun and the light 1 of the moon and the stars grow dark, and the clouds disappear 2 after the rain;
The Lord will strike Egypt, striking and then healing them. They will turn to the Lord and he will listen to their prayers 1 and heal them.
Then the Babylonian forces 1 will return. They will attack the city and will capture it and burn it down.
May Joab and his descendants be perpetually guilty of their shed blood, but may the Lord give perpetual peace to David, his descendants, his family, 1 and his dynasty.” 2
“The time will come when 1 your people Israel are defeated by an enemy 2 because they sinned against you. If they come back to you, renew their allegiance to you, 3 and pray for your help 4 in this temple,
When your people 1 come to their senses 2 in the land where they are held prisoner, they will repent and beg for your mercy in the land of their imprisonment, admitting, ‘We have sinned and gone astray; 3 we have done evil.’
“If your people Israel are defeated by an enemy 1 because they sinned against you, then if they come back to you, renew their allegiance to you, 2 and pray for your help 3 before you in this temple,
When your people 1 come to their senses 2 in the land where they are held prisoner, they will repent and beg for your mercy in the land of their imprisonment, admitting, ‘We have sinned and gone astray 3 , we have done evil!’
For he has even sent a message to us here in Babylon. He wrote and told us, 1 “You will be there a long time. Build houses and settle down. Plant gardens and eat what they produce.”’” 2
The Lord says to her, 1 “Stop crying! Do not shed any more tears! 2 For your heartfelt repentance 3 will be rewarded. Your children will return from the land of the enemy. I, the Lord, affirm it! 4
1 When Pharaoh released 2 the people, God did not lead them 3 by the way to the land 4 of the Philistines, 5 although 6 that was nearby, for God said, 7 “Lest 8 the people change their minds 9 and return to Egypt when they experience war.”
When they return to you with all their heart and being 1 in the land where they are held prisoner, 2 and direct their prayers to you toward the land you gave to their ancestors, your chosen city, and the temple I built for your honor, 3
If these people go up to offer sacrifices in the Lord’s temple in Jerusalem, 1 their loyalty could shift to their former master, 2 King Rehoboam of Judah. They might kill me and return to King Rehoboam of Judah.”
When they return to you with all their heart and being 1 in the land where they are held prisoner and direct their prayers toward the land you gave to their ancestors, your chosen city, and the temple I built for your honor, 2
He said through them, 1 ‘Each of you must turn from your wicked ways and stop doing the evil things you are doing. 2 If you do, I will allow you to continue to live here in the land that I gave to you and your ancestors as a lasting possession. 3
I for my part will stay at Mizpah to represent you before the Babylonians 1 whenever they come to us. You for your part go ahead and harvest the wine, the dates, the figs, 2 and the olive oil, and store them in jars. Go ahead and settle down in the towns that you have taken over.” 3