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Ezra 2

NLT 1 Here is the list of the Jewish exiles of the provinces who returned from their captivity. King Nebuchadnezzar had deported them to Babylon, but now they returned to Jerusalem and the other towns in Judah where they originally lived. NIV 1 Now these are the people of the province who came up from the captivity of the exiles, whom Nebuchadnezzar king of Babylon had taken captive to Babylon (they returned to Jerusalem and Judah, each to their own town, NLT 2 Their leaders were Zerubbabel, Jeshua, Nehemiah, Seraiah, Reelaiah, Mordecai, Bilshan, Mispar, Bigvai, Rehum, and Baanah. This is the number of the men of Israel who returned from exile: NIV 2 in company with Zerubbabel, Joshua, Nehemiah, Seraiah, Reelaiah, Mordecai, Bilshan, Mispar, Bigvai, Rehum and Baanah): The list of the men of the people of Israel: NLT 3 The family of Parosh 2,172 NIV 3 the descendants of Parosh, 2,172 NLT 4 The family of Shephatiah 372 NIV 4 of Shephatiah, 372 NLT 5 The family of Arah 775 NIV 5 of Arah, 775 NLT 6 The family of Pahath-moab (descendants of Jeshua and Joab) 2,812 NIV 6 of Pahath-Moab (through the line of Jeshua and Joab), 2,812 NLT 7 The family of Elam 1,254 NIV 7 of Elam, 1,254 NLT 8 The family of Zattu 945 NIV 8 of Zattu, 945 NLT 9 The family of Zaccai 760 NIV 9 of Zaccai, 760 NLT 10 The family of Bani 642 NIV 10 of Bani, 642 NLT 11 The family of Bebai 623 NIV 11 of Bebai, 623 NLT 12 The family of Azgad 1,222 NIV 12 of Azgad, 1,222 NLT 13 The family of Adonikam 666 NIV 13 of Adonikam, 666 NLT 14 The family of Bigvai 2,056 NIV 14 of Bigvai, 2,056 NLT 15 The family of Adin 454 NIV 15 of Adin, 454 NLT 16 The family of Ater (descendants of Hezekiah) 98 NIV 16 of Ater (through Hezekiah), 98 NLT 17 The family of Bezai 323 NIV 17 of Bezai, 323 NLT 18 The family of Jorah 112 NIV 18 of Jorah, 112 NLT 19 The family of Hashum 223 NIV 19 of Hashum, 223 NLT 20 The family of Gibbar 95 NIV 20 of Gibbar, 95 NLT 21 The people of Bethlehem 123 NIV 21 the men of Bethlehem, 123 NLT 22 The people of Netophah 56 NIV 22 of Netophah, 56 NLT 23 The people of Anathoth 128 NIV 23 of Anathoth, 128 NLT 24 The people of Beth-azmaveth 42 NIV 24 of Azmaveth, 42 NLT 25 The people of Kiriath-jearim, Kephirah, and Beeroth 743 NIV 25 of Kiriath Jearim, Kephirah and Beeroth, 743 NLT 26 The people of Ramah and Geba 621 NIV 26 of Ramah and Geba, 621 NLT 27 The people of Micmash 122 NIV 27 of Micmash, 122 NLT 28 The people of Bethel and Ai 223 NIV 28 of Bethel and Ai, 223 NLT 29 The citizens of Nebo 52 NIV 29 of Nebo, 52 NLT 30 The citizens of Magbish 156 NIV 30 of Magbish, 156 NLT 31 The citizens of West Elam 1,254 NIV 31 of the other Elam, 1,254 NLT 32 The citizens of Harim 320 NIV 32 of Harim, 320 NLT 33 The citizens of Lod, Hadid, and Ono 725 NIV 33 of Lod, Hadid and Ono, 725 NLT 34 The citizens of Jericho 345 NIV 34 of Jericho, 345 NLT 35 The citizens of Senaah 3,630 NIV 35 of Senaah, 3,630 NLT 36 These are the priests who returned from exile: The family of Jedaiah (through the line of Jeshua) 973 NIV 36 The priests: NLT 37 The family of Immer 1,052 NIV 37 of Immer, 1,052 NLT 38 The family of Pashhur 1,247 NIV 38 of Pashhur, 1,247 NLT 39 The family of Harim 1,017 NIV 39 of Harim, 1,017 NLT 40 These are the Levites who returned from exile: The families of Jeshua and Kadmiel (descendants of Hodaviah) 74 NIV 40 The Levites: NLT 41 The singers of the family of Asaph 128 NIV 41 The musicians: NLT 42 The gatekeepers of the families of Shallum, Ater, Talmon, Akkub, Hatita, and Shobai 139 NIV 42 The gatekeepers of the temple: NLT 43 The descendants of the following Temple servants returned from exile: Ziha, Hasupha, Tabbaoth, NIV 43 The temple servants: NLT 44 Keros, Siaha, Padon, NIV 44 Keros, Siaha, Padon, NLT 45 Lebanah, Hagabah, Akkub, NIV 45 Lebanah, Hagabah, Akkub, NLT 46 Hagab, Shalmai, Hanan, NIV 46 Hagab, Shalmai, Hanan, NLT 47 Giddel, Gahar, Reaiah, NIV 47 Giddel, Gahar, Reaiah, NLT 48 Rezin, Nekoda, Gazzam, NIV 48 Rezin, Nekoda, Gazzam, NLT 49 Uzza, Paseah, Besai, NIV 49 Uzza, Paseah, Besai, NLT 50 Asnah, Meunim, Nephusim, NIV 50 Asnah, Meunim, Nephusim, NLT 51 Bakbuk, Hakupha, Harhur, NIV 51 Bakbuk, Hakupha, Harhur, NLT 52 Bazluth, Mehida, Harsha, NIV 52 Bazluth, Mehida, Harsha, NLT 53 Barkos, Sisera, Temah, NIV 53 Barkos, Sisera, Temah, NLT 54 Neziah, and Hatipha. NIV 54 Neziah and Hatipha NLT 55 The descendants of these servants of King Solomon returned from exile: Sotai, Hassophereth, Peruda, NIV 55 The descendants of the servants of Solomon: NLT 56 Jaalah, Darkon, Giddel, NIV 56 Jaala, Darkon, Giddel, NLT 57 Shephatiah, Hattil, Pokereth-hazzebaim, and Ami. NIV 57 Shephatiah, Hattil, NLT 58 In all, the Temple servants and the descendants of Solomon’s servants numbered 392. NIV 58 The temple servants and the descendants of the servants of Solomon, 392 NLT 59 Another group returned at this time from the towns of Tel-melah, Tel-harsha, Kerub, Addan, and Immer. However, they could not prove that they or their families were descendants of Israel. NIV 59 The following came up from the towns of Tel Melah, Tel Harsha, Kerub, Addon and Immer, but they could not show that their families were descended from Israel: NLT 60 This group included the families of Delaiah, Tobiah, and Nekoda—a total of 652 people. NIV 60 The descendants of Delaiah, Tobiah and Nekoda 652 NLT 61 Three families of priests—Hobaiah, Hakkoz, and Barzillai—also returned. (This Barzillai had married a woman who was a descendant of Barzillai of Gilead, and he had taken her family name.) NIV 61 And from among the priests: The descendants of Hobaiah, Hakkoz and Barzillai (a man who had married a daughter of Barzillai the Gileadite and was called by that name). NLT 62 They searched for their names in the genealogical records, but they were not found, so they were disqualified from serving as priests. NIV 62 These searched for their family records, but they could not find them and so were excluded from the priesthood as unclean. NLT 63 The governor told them not to eat the priests’ share of food from the sacrifices until a priest could consult the LORD about the matter by using the Urim and Thummim—the sacred lots. NIV 63 The governor ordered them not to eat any of the most sacred food until there was a priest ministering with the Urim and Thummim. NLT 64 So a total of 42,360 people returned to Judah, NIV 64 The whole company numbered 42,360, NLT 65 in addition to 7,337 servants and 200 singers, both men and women. NIV 65 besides their 7,337 male and female slaves; and they also had 200 male and female singers. NLT 66 They took with them 736 horses, 245 mules, NIV 66 They had 736 horses, 245 mules, NLT 67 435 camels, and 6,720 donkeys. NIV 67 435 camels and 6,720 donkeys. NLT 68 When they arrived at the Temple of the LORD in Jerusalem, some of the family leaders made voluntary offerings toward the rebuilding of God’s Temple on its original site, NIV 68 When they arrived at the house of the LORD in Jerusalem, some of the heads of the families gave freewill offerings toward the rebuilding of the house of God on its site. NLT 69 and each leader gave as much as he could. The total of their gifts came to 61,000 gold coins, 6,250 pounds of silver, and 100 robes for the priests. NIV 69 According to their ability they gave to the treasury for this work 61,000 darics of gold, 5,000 minas of silver and 100 priestly garments. NLT 70 So the priests, the Levites, the singers, the gatekeepers, the Temple servants, and some of the common people settled in villages near Jerusalem. The rest of the people returned to their own towns throughout Israel. NIV 70 The priests, the Levites, the musicians, the gatekeepers and the temple servants settled in their own towns, along with some of the other people, and the rest of the Israelites settled in their towns.

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