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  • But not in one year will I drive them all out before you; else the land will become so desolate that the wild beasts will multiply against you. (Exodus 23, 29)

  • You yourselves I will scatter among the nations at the point of my drawn sword, leaving your countryside desolate and your cities deserted. (Leviticus 25, 33)

  • during all the time that it lies desolate, enjoying the rest that you would not let it have on the sabbaths when you lived there. (Leviticus 25, 35)

  • and flee into Media, for I believe God's word which was spoken by Nahum against Nineveh. It shall all happen, and shall overtake Assyria and Nineveh; indeed, whatever was said by Israel's prophets, whom God commissioned, shall occur. Not one of all the oracles shall remain unfulfilled, but everything shall take place in the time appointed for it. So it will be safer in Media than in Assyria or Babylon. For I know and believe that whatever God has spoken will be accomplished. It shall happen, and not a single word of the prophecies shall prove false. "As for our kinsmen who dwell in Israel, they shall all be scattered and led away into exile from the Good Land. The entire country of Israel shall become desolate; even Samaria and Jerusalem shall become desolate! God's temple there shall be burnt to the ground and shall be desolate for a while. (Tobit 14, 4)

  • To enrich the waste and desolate ground till the desert blooms with verdure? (Job 38, 27)

  • Yet you have left us crushed, desolate in a place of jackals; you have covered us with darkness. (Psalms 44, 20)

  • Make their camp desolate, with none to dwell in their tents. (Psalms 69, 26)

  • Her sanctuary was as desolate as a wilderness; her feasts were turned into mourning, Her sabbaths to shame, her honor to contempt. (1 Maccabees 1, 39)

  • They found the sanctuary desolate, the altar desecrated, the gates burnt, weeds growing in the courts as in a forest or on some mountain, and the priests' chambers demolished. (1 Maccabees 4, 38)

  • Through one wise man can a city be peopled; through a clan of rebels it becomes desolate. (Ecclesiasticus 16, 4)

  • Who burned the holy city and left its streets desolate, As JEREMIAH had foretold; (Ecclesiasticus 49, 6)

  • Her gates will lament and mourn, as the city sits desolate on the ground. (Isaiah 3, 26)

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