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Jeremiah 46

Titles for Pericopes/Passages in Jeremiah:


The Superscription
Jeremiah's Call and Commission
Visions Confirming Jeremiah's Call and Commission
The Lord Recalls Israel's Earlier Faithfulness
The Lord Reminds Them of the Unfaithfulness of Their Ancestors
The Lord Charges Contemporary Israel with Spiritual Adultery
Israel's Reliance on Foreign Alliances (not on God)
The Lord Expresses His Exasperation at Judah's Persistent Idolatry
The Lord Calls on Israel and Judah to Repent
Warning of Coming Judgment
Judah is Justly Deserving of Coming Judgment
The Destruction of Jerusalem Depicted
Faulty Religion and Unethical Behavior Will Lead to Judgment
Willful Disregard of God Will Lead to Destruction
Jeremiah Laments over the Coming Destruction
The Lord Laments That He Has No Choice But to Judge Them
The Coming Destruction Calls For Mourning
The Lord, not Idols, is the Only Worthy Object of Worship
Jeremiah Laments for and Prays for the Soon-to-be-Judged People
The People Have Violated Their Covenant with God
A Plot Against Jeremiah is Revealed and He Complains of Injustice
An Object Lesson from Ruined Linen Shorts
A Lament over the Ravages of Drought
Judgment for Believing the Misleading Lies of the False Prophets
Lament over Present Destruction and Threat of More to Come
Jeremiah Complains about His Lot and The Lord Responds
Jeremiah Forbidden to Marry, to Mourn, or to Feast
The Lord Promises Exile (But Also Restoration)
Individuals Are Challenged to Put Their Trust in the Lord
Jeremiah Appeals to the Lord for Vindication
Observance of the Sabbath Day Is a Key to the Future
An Object Lesson from the Making of Pottery
Jeremiah Petitions the Lord to Punish Those Who Attack Him
An Object Lesson from a Broken Clay Jar
Jeremiah is Flogged and Put in A Cell
Jeremiah Complains about the Reaction to His Ministry
The Lord Will Hand Jerusalem over to Enemies
Warnings to the Royal Court
Judgment on Jehoahaz
Judgment on Jehoiakim
Warning to Jerusalem
Jeconiah Will Be Permanently Exiled
New Leaders over a Regathered Remnant
Oracles Against the False Prophets
Good Figs and Bad Figs
Seventy Years of Servitude for Failure to Give Heed
Judah and the Nations Will Experience God's Wrath
Jeremiah Is Put on Trial as a False Prophet
Jeremiah Counsels Submission to Babylon
Jeremiah Confronted by a False Prophet
Jeremiah's Letter to the Exiles
A Response to the Letter and a Subsequent Letter
Introduction to the Book of Consolation
Israel and Judah Will Be Delivered after a Time of Deep Distress
The Lord Will Heal the Wounds of Judah
The Lord Will Restore Israel and Judah
Israel Will Be Restored and Join Judah in Worship
Judah Will Be Restored
Israel and Judah Will Be Repopulated
The Lord Will Make a New Covenant with Israel and Judah
The Lord Guarantees Israel's Continuance
Jerusalem Will Be Enlarged
Jeremiah Buys a Field
Jeremiah's Prayer of Praise and Bewilderment
The Lord Answers Jeremiah's Prayer
The Lord Promises a Second Time to Restore Israel and Judah
The Lord Reaffirms His Covenant with David, Israel, and Levi
The Lord Makes an Ominous Promise to Zedekiah
The Lord Threatens to Destroy Those Who Wronged Their Slaves
Judah's Unfaithfulness Contrasted with the Rechabites' Faithfulness
Jehoiakim Burns the Scroll Containing the Lord's Messages
Baruch and Jeremiah Write Another Scroll
Introduction to Incidents During the Reign of Zedekiah
The Lord Responds to Zedekiah's Hope for Help
Jeremiah is Charged with Deserting, Arrested, and Imprisoned
Jeremiah Is Charged with Treason and Put in a Cistern to Die
An Ethiopian Official Rescues Jeremiah from the Cistern
Jeremiah Responds to Zedekiah's Request for Secret Advice
The Fall of Jerusalem and Its Aftermath
Ebed Melech Is Promised Deliverance because of His Faith
Jeremiah Is Set Free A Second Time
A Small Judean Province is Established at Mizpah
Ishmael Murders Gedaliah and Carries the Judeans at Mizpah off as Captives
Johanan Rescues the People Ishmael Had Carried Off
The Survivors Ask the Lord for Advice but Refuse to Follow It
Jeremiah Predicts that Nebuchadnezzar Will Plunder Egypt and Its Gods
The Lord Will Punish the Judean Exiles in Egypt for Their Idolatry
Baruch is Rebuked but also Comforted
Prophecies Against Foreign Nations
The Prophecy about Egypt's Defeat at Carchemish
The Lord Predicts that Nebuchadnezzar Will Attack and Plunder Egypt
A Promise of Hope for Israel
Judgment on the Philistine Cities
Judgment Against Moab
Judgment Against Ammon
Judgment Against Edom
Judgment Against Damascus
Judgment Against Kedar and Hazor
Judgment Against Elam
Judgment Against Babylon
The Fall of Jerusalem
Jehoiachin in Exile


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