Tag Archive: Jeremiah 33


Jeremiah Sees Spiritual Restoration Under the Messiah

“God says that the new kingdom will last forever, that a son of David will always be on Israel’s throne, that Israel will enjoy continuous peace, and that sin will never again separate Israel from God.

All of this will cause great confusion to future generations of Hebrews who read the restoration promises of Jeremiah, Isaiah, and the other prophets, yet continue to see a hostile world about them.  Many of them will keep vigil for the coming of a political Israel which will truly have lasting peace and prosperity.  Many will look for a country whose geographical boundaries are clearly delineated and secure.  Yet Jeremiah suggests that their attitude toward the coming kingdom is misguided.”

Read:  Jeremiah 23:1-8, Jeremiah 33:14-26. Jeremiah 31:27-40

All quotations taken from The Daily Bible.

Read:  Jeremiah 33:10-12

“So that all will know that the eventual release of the people of Israel is due not to mere chance or changing political winds, God directs Jeremiah to record God’s promises regarding the restoration.  Using the prophetic poetry he often employs, Jeremiah makes it clear that it will be God of Israel who purposely restores his people — nothing else.”

Read:  Jeremiah 30, 31:1-14

“To those who languish as captives in the deportation camp at Ramah, God brings this special word of hope.”

Read:  Jeremiah 31:15-26

All quotations taken from The Daily Bible.

Jeremiah’s Prophecies During Siege

“With Nebuchadnezzar;s army just outside the walls, Zedekiah realizes that it is time to consult God.  But the answer from Jeremiah is to surrender or be destroyed.”

Read:  Jeremiah 21, 22:1-9

“Zedekiah chooses not to surrender, and the siege continues,  All but a few of the other fortified cities in Judah have been taken when God sends Jeremiah to Zedekiah with a message about Zedekiah’s personal future.”

Read:  Jeremiah 34:1-7

“Zedekiah is angered and places Jeremiah under house arrest.  it is during his own confinement in the royal palace, and Jerusalem’s confinement as well, that Jeremiah goes to great lengths to reassure the people of Jerusalem that, after the city’s fall and an appropriate time of national penitence, both Jerusalem and all of Israel will be restored.  So that there is no mistake about it, God reveals the good news through Jeremiah not once but twice.”

Read:  Jeremiah 32, 33:1-9

All quotations taken from The Daily Bible.
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