Parallel Bible results for Jeremiah 37:1-11

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Jeremiah 37:1-11

NLT 1 Zedekiah son of Josiah succeeded Jehoiachin son of Jehoiakim as the king of Judah. He was appointed by King Nebuchadnezzar of Babylon. NIV 1 Zedekiah son of Josiah was made king of Judah by Nebuchadnezzar king of Babylon; he reigned in place of Jehoiachin son of Jehoiakim. NLT 2 But neither King Zedekiah nor his attendants nor the people who were left in the land listened to what the said through Jeremiah. NIV 2 Neither he nor his attendants nor the people of the land paid any attention to the words the LORD had spoken through Jeremiah the prophet. NLT 3 Nevertheless, King Zedekiah sent Jehucal son of Shelemiah, and Zephaniah the priest, son of Maaseiah, to ask Jeremiah, “Please pray to the our God for us.” NIV 3 King Zedekiah, however, sent Jehucal son of Shelemiah with the priest Zephaniah son of Maaseiah to Jeremiah the prophet with this message: "Please pray to the LORD our God for us." NLT 4 Jeremiah had not yet been imprisoned, so he could come and go among the people as he pleased. NIV 4 Now Jeremiah was free to come and go among the people, for he had not yet been put in prison. NLT 5 At this time the army of Pharaoh Hophra of Egypt appeared at the southern border of Judah. When the Babylonian army heard about it, they withdrew from their siege of Jerusalem. NIV 5 Pharaoh's army had marched out of Egypt, and when the Babylonians who were besieging Jerusalem heard the report about them, they withdrew from Jerusalem. NLT 6 Then the gave this message to Jeremiah: NIV 6 Then the word of the LORD came to Jeremiah the prophet: NLT 7 “This is what the , the God of Israel, says: The king of Judah sent you to ask me what is going to happen. Tell him, ‘Pharaoh’s army is about to return to Egypt, though he came here to help you. NIV 7 "This is what the LORD, the God of Israel, says: Tell the king of Judah, who sent you to inquire of me, 'Pharaoh's army, which has marched out to support you, will go back to its own land, to Egypt. NLT 8 Then the Babylonians will come back and capture this city and burn it to the ground.’ NIV 8 Then the Babylonians will return and attack this city; they will capture it and burn it down.' NLT 9 “This is what the says: Do not fool yourselves into thinking that the Babylonians are gone for good. They aren’t! NIV 9 "This is what the LORD says: Do not deceive yourselves, thinking, 'The Babylonians will surely leave us.' They will not! NLT 10 Even if you were to destroy the entire Babylonian army, leaving only a handful of wounded survivors, they would still stagger from their tents and burn this city to the ground!” NIV 10 Even if you were to defeat the entire Babylonian army that is attacking you and only wounded men were left in their tents, they would come out and burn this city down." NLT 11 When the Babylonian army left Jerusalem because of Pharaoh’s approaching army, NIV 11 After the Babylonian army had withdrawn from Jerusalem because of Pharaoh's army,