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Jeremiah 32:37


‘I will certainly regather my people from all the countries where I will have exiled 1  them in my anger, fury, and great wrath. I will bring them back to this place and allow them to live here in safety.


De 30:3-6; Ps 106:47; Isa 11:11-16; Jer 23:3,8; Jer 23:6; Jer 29:14; Jer 30:18; Jer 31:10; Jer 33:7; Jer 33:16; Eze 11:17; Eze 34:12-14; Eze 34:25-28; Eze 36:24; Eze 37:21-25; Eze 39:25-29; Ho 1:11; Ho 3:5; Joe 3:20; Am 9:14,15; Ob 1:17-21; Zep 3:20; Zec 2:4,5; Zec 3:10; Zec 14:11

NET © Notes

tn The verb here should be interpreted as a future perfect; though some of the people have already been exiled (in 605 and 597 b.c.), some have not yet been exiled at the time this prophesy is given (see study note on v. 1 for the date). However, contemporary English style does not regularly use the future perfect, choosing instead to use the simple future or the simple perfect as the present translation has done here.

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