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Jeremiah 26:11

    Jeremiah 26:11 Translations

    King James Version (KJV)

    Then spake the priests and the prophets unto the princes and to all the people, saying, This man is worthy to die; for he hath prophesied against this city, as ye have heard with your ears.

    American King James Version (AKJV)

    Then spoke the priests and the prophets to the princes and to all the people, saying, This man is worthy to die; for he has prophesied against this city, as you have heard with your ears.

    American Standard Version (ASV)

    Then spake the priests and the prophets unto the princes and to all the people, saying, This man is worthy of death; for he hath prophesied against this city, as ye have heard with your ears.

    Basic English Translation (BBE)

    Then the priests and the prophets said to the rulers and to all the people, The right fate for this man is death; for he has said words against this town in your hearing.

    Webster's Revision

    Then spake the priests and the prophets unto the princes and to all the people, saying, This man is worthy of death; for he hath prophesied against this city, as ye have heard with your ears.

    World English Bible

    Then spoke the priests and the prophets to the princes and to all the people, saying, This man is worthy of death; for he has prophesied against this city, as you have heard with your ears.

    English Revised Version (ERV)

    Then spake the priests and the prophets unto the princes and to all the people, saying, This man is worthy of death; for he hath prophesied against this city, as ye have heard with your ears.

    Barnes' Notes on Jeremiah 26:11

    This man is worthy to die - literally, A sentence of death is to this man, i. e., is his desert.

    Wesley's Notes on Jeremiah 26:11

    26:11 The priests - In the corrupt state of all kingdoms, the ecclesiastical officers always were the greatest enemies to the faithful ministers of God. They speak to the members of the court who are called princes, and to the people who were in the court.