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Bible Trek 2016 - Jeremiah, the Weeping Prophet

Jeremiah prophesied during the reign of the last 5 kings over Judah. His father found the original Torah in the temple and worked with Shaphan the Scribe to convict the heart of King Josiah and thereby turn the nation to God through the enlightenment of the law. But, Josiah’s sons returned back to idolatry. Jeremiah, was commissioned to explain the consequences of their rebellion. He is often referred to as the weeping prophet, because his prophecy derided the Jews for their idolatry and spoke of their doom. He also authored a book, Lamentations, which expressed his sorrow over the end of the nation of Israel. But, careful Bible readers will highlight chapter 31. God speaks through Jeremiah that their forthcoming captivity is a discipline out of love, that He loves Israel with an everlasting love as a husband to a wife. In fact, in chapter 29, he lays out the details of the discipline: captivity for 70 years. Jeremiah advises the king and the people to succumb to Nebuchadnezzar’s exploits of the Holy Land peacefully and accept God’s punishment with understanding. God’s loving discipline, then should not bring dismay, but rather “a future and a hope” (29:11). Once in captivity, Daniel prayed three times a day according to Jeremiah’s prophesy and sure enough, exactly 70 years later, Kind Cyrus made a decree to allow the Jews to return back to the place that God chose. Even though Jeremiah’s message was not a pleasant one, it expressed the deep and eternal love of God.

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