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Is it not from the mouth of the Most High that everything comes – both calamity and blessing? 1
Rescue me from the mouth of the lion, 1 and from the horns of the wild oxen! 2 You have answered me! 3
He did evil in the sight of 1 the Lord his God. He did not humble himself before Jeremiah the prophet, the Lord’s spokesman.
And surely, he drew you 1 from the mouth of distress, to a wide place, unrestricted, 2 and to the comfort 3 of your table filled with rich food. 4
From the mouths of children and nursing babies you have ordained praise on account of your adversaries, 1 so that you might put an end to the vindictive enemy. 2
Do not completely deprive me of a truthful testimony, 1 for I await your justice.
“Son of man, I have appointed you a watchman 1 for the house of Israel. Whenever you hear a word from my mouth, you must give them a warning from me.
I solemnly make this oath 1 – what I say is true and reliable: 2 ‘Surely every knee will bow to me, every tongue will solemnly affirm; 3
The Lord spoke to Jeremiah after Jehoiakim had burned the scroll containing what Jeremiah had spoken and Baruch had written down. 1
“As for you, son of man, I have made you a watchman 1 for the house of Israel. Whenever you hear a word from my mouth, you must warn them on my behalf.
When David had gone a short way beyond the summit, Ziba the servant of Mephibosheth was there to meet him. He had a couple of donkeys that were saddled, and on them were two hundred loaves of bread, a hundred raisin cakes, a hundred baskets of summer fruit, 1 and a container of wine.
The king had mercy on Mephibosheth son of Jonathan, the son of Saul, in light of the Lord’s oath that had been taken between David and Jonathan son of Saul.
But Josiah did not turn back from him; 1 he disguised himself for battle. He did not take seriously 2 the words of Necho which he had received from God; he went to fight him in the Plain of Megiddo. 3
1 In the first 2 year of King Cyrus of Persia, in order to fulfill the Lord’s message 3 spoken through 4 Jeremiah, 5 the Lord stirred the mind 6 of King Cyrus of Persia. He disseminated 7 a proclamation 8 throughout his entire kingdom, announcing in a written edict 9 the following:
When the king returned from the palace garden to the banquet of wine, Haman was throwing himself down 1 on the couch where Esther was lying. 2 The king exclaimed, “Will he also attempt to rape the queen while I am still in the building!” As these words left the king’s mouth, they covered Haman’s face.
In the same way, the promise that I make does not return to me, having accomplished nothing. 1 No, it is realized as I desire and is fulfilled as I intend.” 2
The Lord who rules over all 1 says to the people of Jerusalem: 2 “Do not listen to what those prophets are saying to you. They are filling you with false hopes. They are reporting visions of their own imaginations, not something the Lord has given them to say. 3
So Jeremiah summoned Baruch son of Neriah. Then Jeremiah dictated to Baruch everything the Lord had told him to say and Baruch wrote it all down in a scroll. 1
So you go there the next time all the people of Judah come in from their towns to fast 1 in the Lord’s temple. Read out loud where all of them can hear you what I told you the Lord said, which you wrote in the scroll. 2
Then Jeremiah got another scroll and gave it to the scribe Baruch son of Neriah. As Jeremiah dictated, Baruch wrote on this scroll everything that had been on the scroll that King Jehoiakim of Judah burned in the fire. They also added on this scroll several other messages of the same kind. 1