Found 73 Results for: exile

  • Now, let my lord the king hear my words. If it is Yahweh who has incited you against me, may an offering appease him; but if men have done so, may they be cursed before Yahweh, for they have made me an exile to this day and have driven me from my share of the inheritance of Yahweh as if saying to me: 'Go and serve other gods.' (1 Samuel 26, 19)

  • Then the king said to the commander, Ittai, the Gittite, "Why are you also coming with us? Go back and stay with your king, for you are a foreigner, an exile from your home. (2 Samuel 15, 19)

  • Nebuchadnezzar carried off into exile all the leaders and prominent men, the blacksmiths and locksmiths, all the men of valor fit for war. A total of ten thousand were exiled to Babylon. Only the poorest sector of the population was left. (2 Kings 24, 14)

  • Nebuzaradan, commander of the bodyguard, carried off into exile the last of the Jews left in the city, those who had deserted to the king of Babylon and the remainder of the artisans. (2 Kings 25, 11)

  • On the twenty-seventh day of the twelfth month in the thirty-seventh year of the exile of Jehoiakin king of Judah, Evil-merodah, king of Babylon, in the year he came to the throne pardoned Jehoiakin king of Judah and released him from prison. (2 Kings 25, 27)

  • Beerah his son, whom Tiglath-pileser king of Assyria carried off into exile. He was a prince of the Reubenites. (1 Chronicles 5, 6)

  • They took 100,000 prisoners of war, but many of the enemy had been killed for it was God's war. And they settled in what had been Hagrite territory until the exile. (1 Chronicles 5, 22)

  • Jehozadak was deported when Yahweh, through King Nebuchadnezzar, sent into exile the people of Judah and Jerusalem. (1 Chronicles 5, 40)

  • These are the sons of Ehud. They were heads of families of the inhabitants of Geba and led them into exile at Manahath: (1 Chronicles 8, 6)

  • Naaman, Ahijah and Gera. It was he who led them into exile; he became the father of Uzza and Ahihud. (1 Chronicles 8, 7)

  • if in the land of their exile they come to themselves and repent, and in the country of their captivity they pray to you saying, 'We have sinned, we confess how sinful and wicked we have been,' (2 Chronicles 6, 37)

  • These were the people of the province who returned from captivity and exile. After being deported to Babylon by Nebuchadnezzar, king of Babylon, they returned to Jerusalem and to Judah, each to his own town. (Ezra 2, 1)

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