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driven, to dwell in the land of through that great and terrible / river, the river Euphrates. De. Judah, Eren men, and women, wilderness, wherein vere fiery hold, I have set the land before and children,and the king's daugh- serpents, and scorpions, and you: go in and possess the land ters, and every person that Ne-drought, where there was no which the LORD sware unto your buzar-adan the captain of the water; who brought thee forth fathers, Abraham, Isaac,
and guard had left with Gedaliah the water out of tho rock of flint. Jacob, to give unto them, and to son of Ahikam, the son of Shap
their seed after them. han, and Jeremiah the prophet, and Baruch the son of Neriah. So
Exod. xiii, 20. And they took
Drut. ii, 2-4, 13. And the LORD they came into the land of Egypt: their journey from Succoth, and spake unto me, saying, Ye have for they obeyed not tho voice of encamped in Etham, in the edge compassed this mountain long of the wilderness.
enough: turn you northward. And the LORD. Thus came they eren to Tahpanhes.
Exod. xv, 27. And they came to Ye are to pass througli the coast
command thou the people, saying, Jer. xliv, 11-14. Therefore thos water, and threescore and ten Esau, which dwell in Seir; and
Elim, where were twelve wells of of your brethren the children of saith the Lord of hosts, the God palm-trees and they encamped they'shall be afraid of you: tako of Israel, Behold, I will set my there by the water. face against you for evil, and to
ye good beed unto yourselves cut off all Judab. And I will take Num. x, 11, 13, 28. And it came therefore. Now rise up, said I,
the the remnant of Judalı, that have to pass, on the twentieth day of and get you
brook set their faces to go into the land the second month, in the second Zered. And we went over the of Egypt to sojourn there, and they year, that the cloud was taken up brook Zered. shall all be consumed, and fall in from off the tabernacle of the
Deut. iii, 29. So we abode in the the land of Egypt; they shall even testimony. And they first took valley over against Beth-peor. be consumed by the sword and their journey, according to the
Deut. x, 7. From thence they by the famine : they shall die, commandment of the LORD by the from the least even unto the hand of Moses. Thus were the journeyed unto Gudgodah; and greatest, by the sword and by the journeyings of the children of from Gudgodah to Jotbath, á land famine; and they shall be an exe- Israel, according to their armies of rivers of waters. cration, and an astonishment, and when they set forward. a curse, and a reproach, For I
Num. xi, 35. And the people Joshua iji, 1, 2. And Joshua will punish them that dwell in the land of Egypt, as I have punished journeyed from Kibroth-hattanvah rose early in the morning, and
unto llazeroth; and abode at they removed from Shittim, and Jerusalem, by the sword, by the Hazeroth.
came to Jordan, he and all the famine, and by the pestilence: So
Num. xii, 16. And afterward the there before they passed over.
children of Israel, and that none of the remnant of Judah,
lodged which are gone into the land of people removed from Ilazeroth, And it came to pass after three Egypt to sojourn there, shall es- and pitched in the wilderness of
days, that the officers went tape or remain, that they should Paran.
through the host. return into the land of Judah, to
Num. xxi. 4, 10-13,18,19. And they the which they have a desire to Journeyed from mount Hor, by the
Joshua iv, 19. And the peoplo return to dwell there; for none way of the Red sea, to compass
came up out of Jordan on the tenth shall return but such as shall the land of Edom; and the soul of day of the first month, and enescape.
the people was much discouraged camped in Gilgal, iu the east borEzek. xxix, 6. And all the in- because of the way. And the child der of Jericho, habitants of Egypt shall know that drenof Israel set fortrard,andpitchI am the LORD, because they have ed in Oboth. And they journeyed THE DIFFERENT STAGES. been a staff of reed to the house from Oboth, and pitched at Ije- Num. xxxiii, 1-3, 5-15, 30-37, 41of Israel.
abarim, in the wilderness which is 46, 49. These are the journeys of Hosea xi, 5, 6. He shall not re
before Moab,toward the sun-rising the children of Israel, which went turn into the land of Egypt, but From thence they removed and forth out of the land of Egypt the Assyrian shall be his king, be- pitched in the valley of Zared, with their armies, under the hand cause they refused to return. 'And From thence they removed, and of Moses and Aaron. And Moses the sword shall abide on his
according and shall consume his branches,
which is in the wilderness that to their journeys by the commandand devour them, because of their
cometh out of the coasts of the ment of the Lord; and these are
Amorites: for Arnon is the border Own counsels.
their journeysaccording to their goof Moab, between Moab and the ings out. And they departed from
Amorites. The princes digged Rameses in the first month, on the IV.-ISRAEL IN THE WIL
the well, the nobles of the people fifteenth day of the first month; DERNESS.
digged it, by the direction of the on the morrow after the passover (see under Desert, EARTII.)
lawgiver, with their staves. And the children of Israel went out Exod. xiii, 18. But God led the
from the wilderness they went with an high hand in the sight of people about, through the way of to Nahaliel; and from Nahallel to dren of
to Mattanah; And from Mattanah all the Egyptians. And the chilthe wilderness of the Red sea.
Israel removed from Bamoth, And the children of Israel went
Rameses, and pitched in Succoth. up harnessed out of the land of
Dcut. 1, 6, 7,8. The LORD our God And they departed from Succoth, Egypt.
spake unto us in Horeb, saying, and pitched in Etham, which is in Deut. 11, 8. And when we passed this mount: Turn you, and take they removed from Etham, and
Ye have dwelt long enough in the edge of the wilderness. And by from our brethren the children of Esau, which dwelt in Seir, of the Amorites, and unto all the which is before Baal-zephon: and
your journey, and go to the mount turned again unto Pi - Tahiroth, througb the way of the plain from Elath, and from Ezion-guber, we places nigh thereunto, in the plain, they pitched before Migdol. And lurned, and passed by the way of in the hills, and in the vale, and in they departed from beiore Pithe wilderness of Moab.
the south, and by the sea side, to bahiroth, and passed through the
the land of the Canaanites, and midst of the sea, into the wilderness, Deut. viii, 15. Who led thee I unto Lebanon, unto the great and went three days' journey in
the wilderness of Etham, and turn yon, and get you into the ed the pleasant land; they bellered pitched in Marah. And they wilderness, by the way of the Red not his word; But murmured in removed from Marah, and came But your little oncs, which their tents, and hearkened not unto Elim: and in Elim were ye said should be a prey, them unto the voice of the LORD. Theretwelve fountains of water, and will I bring in, and they shall fore he lifted up his hand against threescore and ten palm - trees; know the land which ye have des- them, to overthrow them in the and they pitched there. And pised. But as for you, your car wilderness: To overthrow their they removed from Elim, and en- cases, they shall fall in this seed also among the nations, and camped by the Red sea. Aud they wilderness.
to scatter them in the lands. removed from the Red sea, and Num. xxxii, 13, 15. And the Eack, xx, 13. Bat the house of encamped in the wilderness of Sin. Lord's anger was kindled against Israel rebelled against me in the And they took their journey out Israel, and he made them wander wilderness: they walked not in of the wilderness of Sin, and en- in the wilderness forty years, until my statutes, and they despised camped in Dophkah. And they all the generation that had' done my judgments, which is a man do, departed from Dophkah, and en- evil in the sight of the LORD was he shall even live in them; and my camped in Alush. And they re- consumed. For if ye turn away sabbaths they greatly polluted: moved from Alush, and encamped from after him, he will yet again then I said, I would pour out my at Rephidim, where was no water leave them in the wilderness: and fury upon them in the wilderness, for the people to drink. And they ye shall destroy all this people. to consume them. departed from Rephidim, and pitched in the wilderness of Sinai. Deut. 1, 31-40. And the LORD
1 Cor. x, 5. But with many of And they departed from Hash- | heard the voice of your words, them God was not well pleased; monali, and encamped at Mose- and was wroth, and svare, saying, for they were overthrown in the roth. And they departed from Surely there shall not one of these wilderness. Moseroth, and pitched in Bene- men of this evil generation see lleb. iil, 16. For some, when jaakan. And they removed from that good land, which I sware to they had heard, did provoke: how. Bene-jankan, and encamped at give unto your fathers, Save beit not all that came out of Egypt Hor-hagidgad. And they went Caleb the son of Jephunneh, he by Moses. from Hor-hagidgat), and pitched shall see it; and to him will I give in Jotbathah. And they removed the land that he hath trodden
Deut. viii, 2. And thou shalt from Jotbathah, and encamped at upon, and to his children, because Ebronal. And they departed he hath wholly followed the LORD Lord thy God led the these forty
remember all the way which the from Ebronah, and encamped at Also the Lord) was angry with me Ezion-gaber. And they removed for your sakes, saying. Thou also years in the wilderness, to bumble from Ezion-gaber, and pitched in shalt not go in thither.
thee, and to prove thee, to know But
what was in thine heart, whether the wilderness of Zin, which is Joshua the son of Nun, which
they wouldest keep his commandKadesh. And they removed standeth before thee, he shall go from Kadesh and pitched in mount In thither: encourage him; for le ments, or no.
Deut. xi, 5. And what he did Hor, in the edge of the land of shall cause Israel to inherit it. Edoin. And they departed from Moreover, your little ones, which unto you in the wilderness, until mount Hor, and pitched in Zal
ye said should be a prey, and your ye came into this place. monah. And they departed from children, which in that day had Zalmonah, and pitched in Punon. no knowledge between good and
Jer. xxxi, 2. Thus saith the And they' departed from Punon, evil, they shall go in thither, and LORD, The people which were left and pitched in Oboth. And they unto them will I give it, and they of the sword found grace in the departed from Oboth, and pitched shall possess it. But as for you, wilderness; eren Israel, when I in lje-abarim, in the border of turn you, and take your journey went to cause him to rest. Moab. And they departed from into the wilderness, by the way lim, and pitched in Dibon-gad. of the Red sea.
Ezek. xx, 23, 34-36. I lifted up
mine band unto them also in the And they removed from Dibon- Deut, il, 14, 15. And the space wilderness, that I would scatter gad, and encamped in Almon in which we came from Kadesh- them among the heathen, and diblathaim. And they pitched by barnea, until we were come over disperse them through the counJordan, from Beth-jesimoth, even the brook Zered, vas thirty and tries. And I will bring you out unto Abel-shittim, in the plains of eight years; until all the genera- from the people, and will gather Moab.
tion of the men of war were wast- you out of the countries wherein
ed out from among the host, as ye are scattered, with a mighty ORDER AND POSITION OF THE the LORD sware unto them. For hand, and with a stretched-out CAMP.
indeed the band of the LORD was arın, and with fury poured out. (Sce under Banners, ARMY,
against them, to destroy them And I will bring you into the
from among the host, until they wilderness of the people, and there Page 64.) were consumed.
will I plead with you face to face.
Like as I pl. aded with your SINS OF ISRAEL IN THE
fathers in the wilderness of the WILDERNESS.
Josh. v, 6. For the children of land of Egypt, so will I plead with Num. xiv, 23-25, 31, 32. Surely Israel walked forty years in the you, saith the Lord God. they shall not see the land which wilderness, till all ihe people that
Hosca il, 14.-16. Therefore, I sware unto their fathers, neither
were men of war, which came out behold, I will allure her, and shall any of them that provoked of Egypt, were consumed, because bring her into the wilderness, and me see it. But my servant Caleb, they obeyed not the voice of the speak comfortably unto her. And, because he had another spirit LORD: unto whom the Lord sware I will give her her vineyards with him, and hath followed me
that he would not shew them the from thenco, and the valley of fully, bin will I bring into the land which the LORD sware unto
Achor for a door of hope: and she land whereinto he went; and his their fathers that he would give shall sing there, as in the days of seed shall possess it. (Now the us, a land that floweth with milk her youth, and as in the day Amalekites and the Canaanites and honey.
when she came up out of the land iwelt in the valley.) To-morrow P's. cvi, 24-27. Yea, they despis
And it shall be at that
day, saith the LORD, that thou one; the king of the nations of Balaam against them, that he shalt call me Ishi.
Gilgal, one; The king of Tirzah, should curse them: how beit oor Amos il, 10. Also I brought you one: all the kings thirty and one. God turned the curse into a blessup from the land of Egypt, and
ing. Now it came to pass, when led you forty years through the RELATION OF THE JEWS
they had heard the law, that they wilderness, to possess the land of TO THE HEATHEN.
separated from Israel all the the Amorite.
Erod. xxiii, 33. They shall not Acts xiii, 18. And about the dwell in thy land, lest they make
Ezek. xlvii, 22, 23. And it shall time of forty years suffered he thee sin against me: for if thou
come to pass, that ye shall divide their manners in the wilderness.
serve their gods, it will surely be it by lot for an inheritance unto Heh. iii, 17. But with whom was & snare unto thee.
you, and to the strangers that sohe grieved forty years? Was it not Exod. xxxiil, 16. For wherein journ among you, which shall with them that had sinned, whose shall it be known here that I and they shall be unto you as born in
beget children among you: and carcases fell in the wilderness? thy people have found grace in
Jude 5. I will therefore put you thy sight? Is it not in that thou the country amongihe children of in remembrance, though ye once goest with us? so shall we be se- Israel; they shall have inheritance knew this, how that the Lord, parated, I and thy people from all Israel. And it shall come to pass,
with you among the tribes of having saved the people out of the people that are upon the face that in what tribe the stranger the land of Egypt, afterward de- of the earth.
sojourneth, there shall yo give stroyed them that believed not. Exod. xxxiv, 12. Take heed to him his inberitance, saith the Lord
thyself, lest thou make a covenant God. V.-ISRAEL IN CANAAN.
with the inhabitants of the land
Joel ili, 7. Behold, I will raise
snare in the midst of thee. THE BOUNDARIES AND CON
have sold them, and 'will return Num. XV, 14-16, 29. And if a your recompence upon your owu QUEST OF CANAAN.
stranger sojourn with you, or who- head. See CANAAN.
soever be among you in your ge
nerations, and will offer an offerLIST OF KINGS DESTROYED ing made by fire, of a sweet savour heathen, thou hast destroyed the
Ps. ix, 5. Thou hast rebuked the BY THE INVADERS. unto the LORD; as ye do, so he wicked, thou hast put out their Josh. xii, 1-3,9-24. Now these are
shall do. One ordinance shall be name for ever and ever. the kings of the land, wbich the both for you of the congregation, children of Israel smote, and pos- and also for the stranger that so
Ps. xxxiii, 10. The Lord bringBessed their land on the other journeth with you, an ordinance eth the counsel of the heathen to side Jordan toward the rising of for ever in your generations: as ye nought: he maketh the devices of the sun, from the river Arnon unto are, so shall the stranger be before the people of none effect. mount Hermon, and all the plain the Lord. One law, and one man- Ps. cvi, 47. Save us, O LORD our on the east: Sihon king of the ner, shall be for you, and for the God, and gather us from among Amorites, who dwelt in Heshbon, stranger that sojourneth with you. the heathen, to give thanks unto and ruled from Aroer, which is Ye shall have one law for him that thy holy name, and to triumph in upon the bank of the river Arnon, sinneth through ignorance, both thy praise. and from the middle of the river, for him that is born among the Isa. Ixiii, 19. We are thine: thou and from half Gilead, even unto children of Israel, and for the never barest rule over them; they the river Jabbok, which is the stranger that sojourneth among were not called by thy name. border of the children of Ammon: them, And from the plain to the sea of Num. xxiii, 9. For from the top
Ezek. XX, 14. But I wrought for Chinneroth on the east, and unto of the rocks I see him, and from my name's sake, that it should not tbe sea of the plain, even the salt the hills I behold him: lo, the
be polluted before the heathen, in sea on the east, the way to Beth people shall dwell alone, and shall whose sight I brought them out. jeshimoth; and from the south, not be reckoned among the na- Ezek. Xxx, 3. For the day is under Ashdoth-pingah: The king tiong.
near, even the day of the LORD is of Jericho, one; the king of Ai,
Joshua xxii, 7. That ye come near, a cloudy day; it shall be the which is beside Beth-el, one; The not among these nations, these time of the leathen, king of Jerusalem, one; the king that remain among you; neither Ezek. XXXVI, 7, 20. Therefore of Hebron, one; The king of Jar- make mention of the name of their thus saith the Lord God, I have muth, one; the king of Lachish, gods, nor cause to swear by them, lifted up mine hand, Surely the one; The king of Eglon, one; the neither serve them, nor bow your- heathen that are about you, they king of Gezer, one; The king of
elves unto them.
shall bear their shame. And when Debir, one; the king of Geder, one; The king of Hormal, one; the king
1 Kings viii, 53. For thou didst they entered unto the neathen, of Arad, one; The king of Lib- separate them from among all the whither they went, they profaned nah, one; the king of Adullam, people of the earth, to be ihine in- my holy name, when they said to one The king of Makkedah, ome; hand of Moses thy servant, when Lord, and are gone forth out of his
heritance, as thou spakest by the them, These are the people of the the king of Beth-el, one; The king of Tappuah, one; the king of He thou broughtest our fathers out of land.
Ezek. xxxvii, 28. And the beapher, one; The king of Aphek, Egypt, o Lord God. one, the king of Lasharon, one; Neh. xiii, 1-3. On that day they then sball know that I the LORD Tbe king of Madon, one; the king read in the book of Moses in the do sanctify Israel, when my sancof Hazor, one; The king of Shim- audience of the people; and there- tuary shall be in the midst of them ron-meron, one; the king of Ach- in was found written, that the for evermore. shaph, one; The king of Taanach, Ammonite and the Moabite should Hab. iil, 13, 14. Thou wentest one; the king of Megiddo, one; not come into the congregation forth for the salvation of thy The king of Kedesh, one; the king of God for ever; Because they people, even for salvation with of Jokneam of Carmel, one; The met not the children of Israel with thine anointed; thou woundedsi king of Dor, in the coast of Dor, 'bread and with water, but bired the he out of the house of the
wicked, by discovering the foun- : it for thy righteousness; for thou' the work of their hands, saith the dation unto the neck. Selah. art a stiff-necked people.
LORD. Tbou didst strike through with 2 Kings xvii, 13, 14, 19, 21. Yet Ezek, v, 6-8. And she hath his staves the head of his villages: the Lord testined against Israel, changed my judgments into they came out as a whirlwind to and against Judah, by all the wickedness more than the nascatter me: their rejoicing was as prophets, and by all the seers, tions, and my statutes more than to devour the poor secretly. saying, Turn ye from your evil the countries that are round about
ways, and keep my command- her; for they have refused my TIE SAMARITANS. ments and my statutes, according judgments and my statutes, they 2 Kings xvii, 24, 33, 34. And the to all the law which I commanded have not walked in them. There king of Assyria brought men your fathers, and which I sent to fore thus saith the Lord God, Befrom Babylon, and from Cuthan, you by my servants the prophets. cause ye multiplied more than and from Ava, and from Hamath Notwithstanding they would not the nations that are round about and from Sepharvaim, and placed hear, but hardened their necks, you, and have not walked in my them in the cities of 'Samaria in- like to the neck of their fathers, statutes, neither have kept my
have done stead of the children of Israel; that did not believe in the LORD judgments, neither and they possessed Samaria, and their God. Also Judah kept not according to the judgments of dwelt in the cities thereof. They the commandments of the LORD the nations that are round about feared the Lord, and served their their God, but walked in the you; Therefore thus saith the Lord own gode, after the manner of the
statutes of Israel which they God, Behold, I, even I, am against nations whom they carried away
made. For he rent Israel froin thee, and will execute judgments from thence. Untó this day they the honse of David; and they in the midst of thee in the sight do after the former inanners: they
made Jeroboam the son of Nebat, of the nations. fear not the Lord, neither do they king: and Jeroboam drave Israel
Ezek. xi, 12. And ye shall know after their statutes, or after their froin following the Lord, and that I am the Lord: for ve have ordinances, or after the law and made them sin a great sin.
not walked in my statutes neither commandment, which the LORD 2 Kings xxill, 26. Notwith-' executed my judgments, but have commanded the children of Jacob, standing the LORD turned not done after the manners of the whom he named Israel.
from the fierceness of his great heathen that are round about Inike ix, 52, 53. And sent mes- wrath, wherewith his anger was you. sengers before his face: and they kindled against Judah, because
Ezek. xxxvi, 19. And I scattered went, and entered into a village of of all the provocations that Ma- them among the heathen, and the Samaritans, to make ready for nasseh had provoked him withal. they were dispersed through the hiin. And they did not receive him, because his face was
2 Chron. XXXVI, 14. Moreover, countries: according to their way,
all the chief of the priests, and the and according to their doings, I though he would go to Jeru- people, transgressed very much, judged them. salem.
after all the abominations of the Luke xvii, 15-18. And one of heathen; and polluted the house for three transgressions of Judah,
Amos ii, 4. Thus saith the LORD, them, when he saw that he was of the LORD, which he had hallow- and for four, I will not turn away healed, turned back, and with a ed in Jerusalem.
the punishment thereof; because loud voice glorified God. And fell down on his face at his feet, hear
Ps. Ixxvili, 59, 60. When God they have despised the law of the
this, he was wroth, and Lord, and have not kept his comgiving him thanks: and he was a greatly abhorred Israel: So that mandments, and their lies caused Samaritan. And Jesus answer
he forsook the tabernacle of them to err, after the which their ing, said, Were there, botten Shiloh, the tent which he placed fathers have walked. cleansed? but where are the nine?
among men. There are not found that return
Micah i, 5, 6. For the transgresed to give glory to God, save this
Isa, iii, 8. For Jerusalem is sion of Jacob is all this, and for stranger.
ruined, and Judal is fallen; be- the sins of the house of Israel.
cause their tongue and their What is the transgression of John iv, 9, 20-22,27... For the Jews doings are against the LORD, to Jacob? is it not Sanaria? and have no dealings with the Samari- provoke the eyes of his glory. what are the high places of Judah? tans. Our fathers worshipped in
Jer. 11, 7. And I brought you
are they not Jerusalem? Therethis mountain; and ye say, that in Jerusalem is the place where men into a plentiful country, to eat the fore I will make Samaria as an ought to worship. Jesus saith unto fruit thereof, and the goodness heap of the field, and as plantings her, Woman, believe me, the hour thereof; but when ye entered, ye of a vineyard; and I will pour cometh, when ye sball neither defled my land, and made mine down the stones thereof into the
valley, and I will discover the in this mountain, nor yet at Jeru- heritage an abomination.
foundations thereof. salem, worship the Father. Ye Jer. v, 11. For the house of worship ye know not what: we Israel and the house of Judah Judges ill, 12-14. And the chil. know what we worship: for salva- have dealt very treacherously dren of Israel did evil again in tion is of the Jews. And upon against me, saith the LORD. the sight of the LORD: and the this came his disciples, and mar- Jer. xxxii, 23, 30. And they king of Moab against Israel, be
LORD strengthened Eglon the velled that he talked with the came in, and possessed it; but woman: yet no man said, What they obeyed not thy voice,
cause they had done evil in the seekest hou? or, Why talkest neither walked in thy law: they siglt of llie Lord. And he galbthou with her
have dono nothing of all that ered unto him the children of
thou commandedst them to do; Ammon and Amalek, and went VI.-WICKEDNESS OF THE therefore thou hast caused all this and smote Israel, and possesssed
So the JEWS, AND ITS PUNISH- evil to come upou them. For the the city of palm-trees. MENT.
children of Israel and the chil children of Israel served Eglon
dren of Judah have only done the king of Moab eighteen years. Deut. 1x, 6. Understand there. evil before me from their youth: Judges vi, 1. Add the children foie, that the LORD thy God giveth for the children of Israel have of Israel did evil in the sight of thee not this good land to possess only provoked me to anger with the LORD; and the LORD delivered
them into the hand of Midian raise up against you a nation, O, kindled a fire in mine anger, which seven years.
house of Israel, saith the LORD, shall burn for ever. Judges x, 8. And that year they the God of hosts; and they shali
Jer. xxiv, 8-10. And as the evil Fexed and oppressed the children afflict you from the entering in of figs, which cannot be eaten, they of Israel eighteen years, all the Hamath unto the river of the wil- are so evil; surely thus saith the children of Israel that there on derness,
LORD, So will I give Zedekiah the the other side Jordan, in the land
king of Judah, and his princes, of the Amorites which is in Gilead.
and the residue of Jerusalem, Judges alli, 1. And the children 2 Kings xx, 17. Behold, the days that remain in this land, and them of Israel did evil again in the come, that all that is in thine that dwell in the land of Egypt; sight of the LORD; and the LORD house, and that which thy fathers And I will deliver them to be redelived them into the hand of have laid up in store unto this day, moved into all the kingdoms of the Philistines forty years. shall be carried into Babylon; no
the earth for their hurt, to be a re1 Sam. xii, 9. And when they thing shall be left, saith the LORD. proach and a proverb, á taunt and
a curse, in all places whither I forgat the LORD their God, he sold 2 Kings xxi, 12, 13. Therefore shall drive them. And I will send them into the hand of Sisera, thus saith the LORD God of Israel, the sword, the famine, and the captain of the host of Hazor, and Behold, I am bringing such evil pestilence, among them, till they into the hand of the Philistines, upon Jerusalem and Judah, that be consumed from off the land and into the hand of the king of whosoever heareth of it, both his that I gave unto them and to Moab; and they fought against ears shall tingle. And I will their fathers. them. stretch over Jerusalem the line of
Jer. XXV, 8, 9, 11. Therefore 2 Kings x, 32. In those days the Samaria, and the plummet of the
thus saith the LORD of hosts, LORD began to cut Israel short: house of Abab; and I will wipe Because ye have not heard my and Hazael smute them in all the Jerusalem as a man wipeth a dish words, Behold, I will send and coasts of Israel.
wiping it, and turning it upside take all the families of the north, 2 Kings xv, 37. (In those days down.
saith the LORD, and Nebuchadthe LORD began to send against
2 Kings xxiv, 1. In his days rezzar the king of Babylon, my Judah Rezin the king of Syria, Nebuchadnezzar king of Babylon servant, and will bring them and Pekah the son of Remaliah.) came up, and Jehoiakim became against this land, and against
2 Kings xvii, 20. And the LORD his servant three years; then he the inhabitants thereof,and against rejected all the seed of Israel, and turned and rebelled against him.
all these nations round about, and afflicted them, and delivered them
Isa. xxxix, 6. Behold, the days will utterly destroy them, and into the hand of spoilers, until he come, that all that is in thine make them an astonishment, and had cast them out of his sight. house, and that which thy fathers an hissing, and perpetual desola
Ps. cvi, 40-42. Therefore was the have laid up in store until this tions. And this whole land shall wrath of the Lord kindled against day, shall be carried to Babylon: be a desolation, and an astonishhis people, insomuch that he ab- nothing shall be left, saith the ment; and these nations shall horred his own inheritance. And LORD.
serve the king of Babylon seventy
years. he gave them into the hand of the
Jer. xill, 19. The cities of the heathen; and they that hated them south shall be shut up, and none the LORD, that after seventy years
Jer. xxix, 10, 11. For thus saith ruled over them. Their enemies shall open them; Judah shall be be accomplished at Babylon I will also oppressed them and they carried away captive all of it, it were brought into subjection un- shall be wholly carried away cap-word toward you, in causing you
you, and perform my good der their hand. tive,
to return to this place. For I Isa. xlli, 22, 23. But this is a people robbed and spoiled; they come to pass, if they say unto toward Jer. XV, 2, 4, 5, 14. And it shall know the thoughts that I think
the LORD, are all of them suarud in holes, thee, Whither shall we go forthe thoughts of peace, and not of evil, and they are hid in prison-houses: then thou shalt tell them, Thus to give you an expected end. they are for a prey, and none de- saith the LORD, Such as are for livereth; for a spoil, and none death, to death; and such as are
Jer. xxxil, 4. And Zedekiah king
of Judah shall not escape out of saith, Restore. Who among you for the sword, to the sword; and the hand of the Chaldeans, but will give ear to this? who will such as are for the famine, to the shall surely be delivered into the bearken, and hear for the tiine to famine; and such as are for the hand of the king of Babylon, and come.
captivity, to the captivity. And I shall speak with him mouth to Jer. il, 14-16. I8 Israel a servant? will cause them to be removed mouth, and his eyes shall behold is he a home-born slaver why is into all kingdoms of the earth, his eyes. he spoiled? The young lions roar- because of Manasseh the son of ed upon him, and yelled, and they Hezekiah king of Judah, for that
Jer. xxxiv, 1-3. The word which made his land waste: his cities are which he did in Jerusalem. For LORD, (when Nebuchadnezzar king
came unto Jeremiah from the burnt without inhabitant. Also who shall have piiy upon thee, O the children of Noph and Taha Jerusalem? or who shall bemoan all the kingdoms of the earth of
of Babylon, and all his army, and panes have broken the crown of thee? or wuo wall go aside to his dominion, and all the people, thy head.
ask how thou dbest? And I will Jer. xix, 7. And I will make make thee to pass with thine fought against Jerusalem, and void the counsel of Judah and enemies into a land which thou against all the cities thereot) sayJerusalem in this place; and I knowest not: for a fire is kindled ing, Thus saith the LORD, the will cause them to fall' by the in mine anger, which shall burn Zedekiah king of Judah, and tell
God of Israel, Go and speak to sword before their enemies, and upon you. by the hands of them that seek
him, Thus saith the LORD, Behold,
Jer. xvil, 4. And thou, even I will give this city into the hand of their lives: and their carcases will thyself, shalt discontinue from the king of Babylon, and he shall I give to be meat for the fowls of thine heritage that I gave thee: burn it with fire. And thou shalt the heaven, and for the beasts of and I will cause thee to serve not escape out of his hand,but shalt the earth.
thine enemies in the land which surely be taken, and delivered Amos 14. But, behold, I will I thou knowest not : for ye have into his hand; and thine eyes shali