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Month: April 2016

Jeremiah 12 Commentary

Jeremiah 12 Commentary

This Jeremiah 12 commentary is a continuation of our Jeremiah 11 commentary… Jeremiah 12 Commentary Verse 1 Well, now that the Lord has promised vengeance on Jeremiah’s conspirators, Jeremiah responds to the Lord with praise. … And then a few questions about the way things are in the world – especially in Jeremiah’s time in […]

Jeremiah 11 14 Commentary

Jeremiah 11 14 Commentary

Jeremiah 11 14 Commentary: So, the Lord will punish his covenant-breaking people. And their response will be to turn – not to the true God who’s bringing the punishments – but to the false gods who can’t help them. And this leads the Lord to again tell Jeremiah to not pray for these people in […]

Jeremiah 11 Summary

Jeremiah 11 Summary

We hope you enjoy this free digital Jeremiah 11 summary. Now, when we open to this chapter we enter into a brand new section in Jeremiah, so I won’t go into any background. Instead we’ll dive right into the text. There are two words that I think pretty-well describe this two-chapter section of Jeremiah 11-12. […]

Psalm 22 Summary, Meaning

Psalm 22 Summary

Let’s attempt a Psalm 22 Summary. Open to Psalm 22. Our adult Sunday School class started considering the book of Psalms in January of 2015. And we continued on in that series for about six months ending at Psalm 20 at which point we turned our attention to the book of Ecclesiastes. Having finished that book […]

Jeremiah 10 Commentary, Devotional, Summary, Sermon

Jeremiah 10 Commentary

Let’s turn to Jeremiah 10 for this Jeremiah 10 commentary article… Jeremiah 10 Commentary Background In our last lesson we saw the Lord offering Judah Defeat for her Deceit. And that message was situated within the section that spans Jeremiah 7-10. And we’ve seen that the overall message of that section has been Righteousness over Ritual. […]

Jeremiah 9 KJV

Jeremiah 9 KJV

We hope you enjoy studying with us Jeremiah 9 KJV at ExplainingTheBook.com! So, as we saw from Jeremiah 8, Jeremiah was genuinely filled with sorrow for his people. He wasn’t callous to their plight. He grieved for them. Jeremiah 9 KJV | Grief 9:1 Oh that my head were [i.e., a well full of] waters, […]

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