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Ezekiel 17:14
that the kingdom might be base, that it might not lift itself up, but that by keeping of his covenant it might stand.
that the kingdom might be base, that it might not lift itself up, but that by keeping his covenant it might stand.
so that the kingdom would be in subjection, unable to restore itself and rise again, but that by keeping his covenant it might continue.
That the kingdom might become low and base and be unable to lift itself up, but that by keeping his [Nebuchadnezzar’s] covenant it might stand.
That the kingdom might be base, that it might not lift itself up, but that by keeping of his covenant it might stand.
Thus it would be a lowly kingdom, not asserting its own interests but observing the agreement so that it would survive.
so that this kingdom of his would stay humble and not develop aspirations of its own; rather, it would keep his covenant and live accordingly.
so that the rest of the people of Judah would obey only him and never gain control of their own country again.
that the kingdom might be abased, that it might not lift itself up, that it might keep his covenant in order to stand.
That it may be a low kingdom and not lift itself up, but keep his covenant, and observe it.
So Judah became a weak kingdom that could not turn against King Nebuchadnezzar. The people were forced to keep the agreement Nebuchadnezzar made with the new king of Judah.
that the kingdom might be humble and not lift itself up, and keep his covenant that it might stand.
that the kingdom might be humble and not lift itself up, and keep his covenant that it might stand.
to ·make the kingdom weak [humble/bring low the kingdom] so it would not ·be strong [rise; exalt itself] again. Then the kingdom of Judah ·could continue only [would stand] by keeping its ·agreement [covenant; treaty] with the king of Babylon.
That the kingdom might be in subjection, and not lift itself up, but keep their covenant, and stand to it.
so that it would remain a humiliated country and be unable to regain its power. The country could only survive by keeping the treaty.
to keep the nation from rising again and to make sure that the treaty would be kept.
so the kingdom might be humble and not exalt itself but might keep his covenant in order to endure.
He did this to make the kingdom of Judah weak so it would not be strong again. Then the kingdom of Judah could continue only by keeping its agreement with the king of Babylon.
in order to humiliate the kingdom so it wouldn’t be able to return to power, but would still be able to continue as long as he keeps his covenant.
that the kingdom might be cast down, that it might not lift itself up, but that it might keep his covenant and stay in her.
That the kingdom might be base, that it might not lift itself up, but that by keeping of his covenant it might stand.
that the kingdom might be base, that it might not lift itself up, but that by keeping of his covenant it might stand.
so that they would be a humble kingdom and not lift itself up to keep his covenant in order for it to stand.
so that Israel would not be strong again and revolt. But by keeping her promises, Israel could be respected and maintain her identity.
“Tell them, ‘The king of Babylon came to Jerusalem and took its king and its leaders back to Babylon. He took one of the royal family and made a covenant with him, making him swear his loyalty. The king of Babylon took all the top leaders into exile to make sure that this kingdom stayed weak—didn’t get any big ideas of itself—and kept the covenant with him so that it would have a future.
that the kingdom might be debased, that it might not lift itself up, but by the keeping of his covenant it might stand.
so that it would remain a humiliated country and be unable to regain its power. The country could only survive by keeping the treaty.
To be a humble kingdom, without high aspirations, to keep his covenant and so survive.
that the kingdom might be in subjection, not exalting itself, but keeping his covenant that it might continue.
to make the kingdom weak so it would not be strong again. Then the kingdom of Judah could continue only by keeping its agreement with the king of Babylon.
so it would be a lowly kingdom which could not rise on its own but must keep its treaty with him in order to stand.
He did it to bring down their kingdom. It would not rise again. In fact, it would be able to last only by keeping his treaty.
so that the kingdom would be brought low, unable to rise again, surviving only by keeping his treaty.
so that the kingdom would be brought low, unable to rise again, surviving only by keeping his treaty.
that the kingdom might be brought low and not lift itself up, but that by keeping his covenant it might stand.
so that the nation would be under his power and not become strong again. It could only last by keeping his agreement.
so Israel would not become strong again and revolt. Only by keeping her treaty with Babylon could Israel survive.
so that the kingdom might be humble and not lift itself up, and that by keeping his covenant it might stand.
so that the kingdom might be humble and not lift itself up, and that by keeping his covenant it might stand.
so that the kingdom might be humble and not lift itself up, and that by keeping his covenant it might stand.
so that the kingdom might be humble and not lift itself up, and that by keeping his covenant it might stand.
That the mamlachah (kingdom) might be abased, that it might not exalt itself, but that by being shomer over his brit it might stand.
that the kingdom might be humble and not lift itself up, and that by keeping his covenant it might stand.)
that the kingdom might be humble and not lift itself up, and that by keeping his covenant it might stand.)
so the kingdom might be lowly, not exalting itself, but keeping his covenant so it would hold up.
so that the kingdom would remain weak and lowly, not able to rise up against him, and survive only by following the provisions of his covenant.
that the kingdom might be base, that it might not lift itself up, but that by keeping his covenant it might stand.
that it be a meek realm, and be not raised [up], but that it keep the covenant of him, and hold it. (so that it be a humble kingdom, and not be raised up, but that it keep his covenant, and hold it firm.)
That the kingdom may be humble, That it may not lift itself up, To keep his covenant -- that it may stand.
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