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  • "Come along to Gedaliah, son of Ahikam." But as soon as he came to the center of the town, Ishmael son of Nethaniah and the men with him killed them and threw their bodies into a cistern. (Jeremiah 41, 7)

  • With weeping my eyes are spent; my soul is in torment because of the downfall of the daughter of my people, because children and infants faint in the open spaces of the town. (Lamentations 2, 11)

  • His numerous horses will cover you with dust. The noise of the cavalry, the wheels of the chariots and wagons will make your walls shake when they enter your gates as one enters a town through a breach in its walls. (Ezekiel 26, 10)

  • (the name of the town is Multitude). In that way the land will be cleansed. (Ezekiel 39, 16)

  • "Though I withheld rain from you when the harvest was still three months away, though I sent rain upon one town and withheld it from another, (Amos 4, 7)

  • though people staggered from town to town, and found no water to quench their thirst, yet you never returned to me," says Yahweh. (Amos 4, 8)

  • Woe to the one who builds a city on bloody foundations and sets up a town by means of evil. (Habakkuk 2, 12)

  • The inhabitants of one town will talk with those of another and say: 'Come, let us go and implore the favor of Yahweh, and I, too, will seek Yahweh.' (Zechariah 8, 21)

  • "In the town of Bethlehem in Judea," they told him, "for this is what the prophet wrote: (Matthew 2, 5)

  • There he settled in a town called Nazareth. In this way what was said by the prophets was fulfilled: He shall be called a Nazorean. (Matthew 2, 23)

  • He left Nazareth and went to settle down in Capernaum, a town by the lake of Galilee, at the border of Zebulun and Naphtali. (Matthew 4, 13)

  • The men in charge of them ran off to the town, where they told the whole story, also what had happened to the men possessed with the demons. (Matthew 8, 33)

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