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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 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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Tanak Foundations-Concepts in Jeremiah-Chapter 8

Jer 8.1-22 tells us that these calamities are coming because they have rejected Yehovah. It will be better to choose death than live under the extremes they are suffering. Judah is stubborn and foolish and what is happening is coming

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Tanak Foundations-Concepts in Jeremiah-Chapter 7

Jer 7.1-34 is a call to repentance by Yehovah through Jeremiah. He rebukes them for their confidence in the Temple and tells them they will be destroyed. However, if they repent God will allow them to stay in the land.

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Tanak Foundations-Concepts in Jeremiah-Chapter 6

Jer 6.1-30 continues on the same theme of the previous chapters. The destruction of Jerusalem because of the wrath of God is discussed, along with the sins of the priests and prophets that were the cause of it. v 1…”Flee

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Tanak Foundations-Concepts in Jeremiah-Chapter 5

Jer 5.1-31 continues with the theme of the destruction of Judah and Jerusalem by the Babylonians and what caused it. The sins and corruption of the people were so common that a search for a just and faithful man was

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Tanak Foundations-Concepts in Jeremiah-Chapter 4

Jer 4.1-31 begins with several pleas for Israel and Judah to return to Yehovah and put away their idolatry as promised in the last few verses in Chapter 3. They were to break up their hard hearts, but judgment was

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Tanak Foundations-Concepts in Jeremiah-Chapter 3

Jer 3.1-25 discusses why the land is polluted and that Israel and Judah have been faithless. v 1…God say, “If a husband divorces his wife, and goes from him, and belongs to another man, will he still return to her

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Tanak Foundations-Concepts in Jeremiah-Chapter 2

Jer 2.1-37 tells us that Yehovah reminds Israel of the past and the picture is of a bride who can’t see anything else but love for her husband and would follow him. That’s the way Israel was at first, but

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Tanak Foundations-Concepts in Jeremiah-Chapter 1

Jer 1.1-19 will tell us about the life and times of Jeremiah, his call to be a prophet, and his reluctance to answer that call. Yehovah will not take no for an answer, and we learn of his first lessons

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Tanak Foundations-Concepts in Isaiah-Chapter 66

Isa 66.1-24 is a continuation of the previous chapter and the context is the coming of the Messiah and the Kingdom, and it is the Haftorah for Rosh Chodesh. It speaks about a Temple, the return of the exiles, alludes

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Tanak Foundations-Concepts in Isaiah-Chapter 65

Isa 65.1-25 tells us that Israel is seen as if they are a heathen nation, but God will not abandon them. The prophetic context is the second coming of Yeshua and God is going to bring charges against his people

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Tanak Foundations-Concepts in Isaiah-Chapter 64

Isa 64.1-12 is a continuation of the theme of Isa 63 and Isaiah pleads with Yehovah to intercede against the nations, but he also knows everyone is unclean and sinful. He wants the Lord to show his power like in

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Tanak Foundations-Concepts in Isaiah-Chapter 63

Isa 63.1-19 is a prophecy about the coming of the Messiah where he is dressed as a High Priest anointed for war. He has two purposes here, one for atonement for righteous Israel, and for for judgment against adulteress Israel

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Tanak Foundations-Concepts in Isaiah-Chapter 62

Isa 62.1-12 is a continuation of the previous chapter and a prophecy of the return of the Shekinah and Israel’s glorious future. There will also be Rosh Ha Shanah concepts. v 1…For Zion’s sake I (Yehovah through Isaiah) will not

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Tanak Foundations-Concepts in Isaiah-Chapter 61

Isa 61.1-11 is in the context of what was just read in Isa 60. Messiah is being revealed and it will be full of Yom Kippur terminology and concepts, especially on the Yovel year (“Jubilee”-Lev 25.10). Isa 61.10 through 63.9

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Tanak Foundations-Concepts in Isaiah-Chapter 60

Isa 60.1-22 is a prophecy about the reversal of position between Israel and the nations. This chapter is full of Sukkot terms and concepts. Isa 51.9 through 52.1 are in Rosh Ha Shanah terms. Isa 57.14 through 58.14is in Yom

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Tanak Foundations-Concepts in Isaiah-Chapter 59

Isa 59.1-21 tells us that it is not because God has a lack of power that he has withdrawn his Shekinah from Israel, it is because of the sins of the people. This chapter is a Rosh Ha Shanah passage,

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