Deuteronomy 30:4

Overview - Deuteronomy 30
Great mercies promised unto the penitent.
11 The commandment is manifest.
15 Death and life are set before them.
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Deuteronomy 30:4  (King James Version)
If any of thine be driven out unto the outmost parts of heaven, from thence will the LORD thy God gather thee, and from thence will he fetch thee:

28:64 Nehemiah 1:9 ; Isaiah 11:11-16 ; Ezekiel 39:25-29 ; Zephaniah 3:19 Zephaniah 3:20

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As this promise refers to a return from a captivity among all nations, consequently it cannot be exclusively the Babylonish captivity which is intended; and the repossession of their land must be different from that which was consequent on their return from Babylon. Nor at that period could it be said that they were multiplied more than their fathers, or, as the Hebrew imports, made greater than their fathers, when after their return they were tributary to the Persians, and afterwards fell under the power of the Greeks, under whom they suffered much; nor have their hearts, as a nation, yet been circumcised.