'Inhabit' in the Bible
and whether the land they live in is good or bad, and whether the cities they inhabit are like camps or fortified cities,
Therefore do not defile the land that you will inhabit, in which I live, for I the Lord live among the Israelites."
Instruct these people as follows: 'You are about to cross the border of your relatives the descendants of Esau, who inhabit Seir. They will be afraid of you, so watch yourselves carefully.
For you are about to cross the Jordan to possess the land the Lord your God is giving you, and you will possess and inhabit it.
The righteous will never be moved, but the wicked will not inhabit the land.
Egypt rises like the Nile, like its streams turbulent at flood stage. Egypt says, 'I will arise and cover the earth. I will destroy cities and the people who inhabit them.'
For a nation from the north will attack Babylon. It will lay her land waste. People and animals will flee out of it. No one will inhabit it.'
But the one who will rescue them is strong. He is known as the Lord who rules over all. He will strongly champion their cause. As a result he will bring peace and rest to the earth, but trouble and turmoil to the people who inhabit Babylonia.
"Destructive forces will come against the Babylonians," says the Lord. "They will come against the people who inhabit Babylonia, against her leaders and her men of wisdom.
So listen to what I, the Lord, have planned against Babylon, what I intend to do to the people who inhabit the land of Babylonia. Their little ones will be dragged off. I will completely destroy their land because of what they have done.
The Lord says, "I will cause a destructive wind to blow against Babylon and the people who inhabit Babylonia.
All the inhabitants of the earth are regarded as nothing. He does as he wishes with the army of heaven and with those who inhabit the earth. No one slaps his hand and says to him, 'What have you done?'
From one man he made every nation of the human race to inhabit the entire earth, determining their set times and the fixed limits of the places where they would live,