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Tanak Foundations-Concepts in Jeremiah-Chapter 28

Jer 28.1-17 tells us about a false prophecy given by a man named Hananiah, He breaks a wooden yoke off of Jeremiah and said that the Lord was going to break the yoke of Babylon off of Judah. In turn,

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Tanak Foundations-Concepts in Jeremiah-Chapter 27

Jer 27.1-22 contains a prophecy about the captivity of the king of Judah, along with the kings of Edom, Moab, Ammon, Tyre and Sidon by the king of Babylon. This captivity is illustrated by cords and yokes on Jeremiah’s neck.

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Tanak Foundations-Concepts in Jeremiah-Chapter 26

Jer 26.1-24 tells us about Jeremiah’s teaching and prophecies and how the people received his warnings. v 1…In the beginning (“b’reshit”-Gen 1.1) of the reign of Yehoiakim the son of Josiah, king of Judah, this word came from the Lord

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Tanak Foundations-Concepts in Jeremiah-Chapter 25

Jer 25.1-38 is a prophecy about the destruction of Judah and other nations by the king of Babylon, and of Babylon itself after the seventy years of captivity. v 1…The word (davar) came to Jeremiah concerning all the people of

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Tanak Foundations-Concepts in Jeremiah-Chapter 24

Jer 24.1-10 contains a vison of two baskets of figs representing the Jewish people in exile, and those who stayed in Jerusalem or fled to Egypt. v 1…After Nebuchadnezzar king of Babylon had carried away captive Yeconiah the son of

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Tanak Foundations-Concepts in Jeremiah-Chapter 23

Jer 23.1-40 contains accusations against the kings, priests, false teachers and prophets, and rulers who have scattered the flock of Yehovah. As they have scattered the flock, Yehovah will hold them accountable. He will replace these false shepherds with good

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Tanak Foundations-Concepts in Jeremiah-Chapter 22

Jer 22.1-30 is a prophecy that related to an earlier time (before Chapter 21) concerning the sons of Josiah (Yehoahaz, Yehoikim, Yeconiah). There is a prophecy in this chapter that directly relates to the virgin birth of Yeshua. v 1…Thus

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Tanak foundations-Concepts in Jeremiah-Chapter 21

Jer 21.1-14 contains Jeremiah’s reply to a message by King Hezekiah. He reiterates that the city will be destroyed and gives his counsel as to what the king and the people should do. The names of the persons sent to

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Tanak Foundations-Concepts in Jeremiah-Chapter 20

Jer 20.1-18 is about the persecution Jeremiah received once his prophecy was published and how it affected him. He was beaten, put in stocks by Pashur (increase in whiteness), a priest. He gets released but continues to prophesy about the

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Tanak Foundations-Concepts in Jeremiah-Chapter 19

Jer 19.1-15 is a conformation about the destruction of Jerusalem in the coming siege. The potter’s had their houses outside the city due to the smoke and fires, so Jeremiah is told to go outside the Potter’s Gate. This is

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Tanak Foundations-Concepts in Jeremiah-Chapter 18

Jer 18.1-23 is a prophecy that tells us about the sovereign power of Yehovah over his creatures and creation and how he deals with them. He discusses the coming destruction of Judah for their idolatry and it has Jeremiah’s complaint

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Tanak Foundations-Concepts in Jeremiah-Chapter 17

Jer 17.1-27 is a collection of various prophecies and declarations written before the captivity . It continues the thought from the previous chapter about Judah’s sins in v 1-4 and then he goes on with various statements and declarations. v

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Tanak Foundations-Concepts in Jeremiah-Chapter 16

Jer 16.1-21 tells us about the distresses that are foretold for the people as punishment for their spiritual adulteries, but Yehovah will also restore them back to their own land (this will also allude to the Second Redemption) but only

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Tanak Foundations-Concepts in Jeremiah-Chapter 15

Jer 15.1-21 contains Yehovah’s answer to Jeremiah’s prayers. Judgment must come. Jeremiah complains about the hardships, but Yehovah will protect him. Judah is going into exile. v 1…Then the Lord said to me, “Even though Moses and Samuel were to

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Tanak Foundations-Concepts in Jeremiah-Chapter 14

Jer 14.1-22 tells us that Jeremiah gives a prophecy about a drought and famine, and a prayer for mercy. v 1…That which came as the word of the Lord to Jeremiah in regard to the drought (as a result of

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Tanak Foundations-Concepts in Jeremiah-Chapter 13

Jer 13.1-27 tells us about two metaphors using a linen girdle and jugs of wine to illustrate the coming destruction of Judah. v 1…Thus the Lord (Yehovah) said to me, “Go and buy yourself a linen waistband (girdle), and put

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Tanak Foundations-Concepts in Jeremiah-Chapter 12

Jer 12.1-17 contains a prayer of Jeremiah with God’s answer, and it also has a word for the nations about their future if they turn to Yehovah after Babylon took them into captivity. v 1…Righteous art thou, O Lord, that

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Tanak Foundations-Concepts in Jeremiah-Chapter 11

Jer 11.1-23 talks about how the covenant was broken and how Jeremiah was to proclaim this fact. The people conspired to serve other gods and now a curse was coming upon the offenders. God is disappointed in their rejection of

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Tanak Foundations-Concepts in Jeremiah-Chapter 10

Jer 10.1-25 is a chapter that contrasts the greatness of God over idolatry, much like Isaiah does in Isa 40 through 46. He talks about not learning the ways of the non-Jews and Yehovah’s greatness over idols. He tells the

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Tanak Foundations-Concepts in Jeremiah-Chapter 9

Jer 9.1-26 tells us that Jeremiah weeps over the coming judgment to his people and how Judah has been given over to deception and idolatry. He tells them how to prepare for what is coming and why it is coming.

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