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Jeremiah 20:11

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But the Lord is with me to help me like an awe-inspiring warrior. 1  Therefore those who persecute me will fail and will not prevail over me. They will be thoroughly disgraced because they did not succeed. Their disgrace will never be forgotten.

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De 32:35,36; Ps 6:10; Ps 27:1,2; Ps 35:26; Ps 40:14; Ps 47:2; Ps 65:5; Ps 66:5; Isa 41:10,14; Isa 45:16; Jer 1:8,19; Jer 1:19; Jer 15:20; Jer 17:18; Jer 23:40; Da 12:2; Joh 18:4-6; Ro 8:31; 2Ti 4:17

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sn This line has some interesting ties with Jer 15:20-21 where Jeremiah is assured by God that he is indeed with him as he promised him when he called him (1:8, 19) and will deliver him from the clutches of wicked and violent people. The word translated here “awe-inspiring” is the same as the word “violent people” there. Jeremiah is confident that his “awe-inspiring” warrior will overcome “violent people.” The statement of confidence here is, by the way, a common element in the psalms of petition in the Psalter. The common elements of that type of psalm are all here: invocation (v. 7), lament (vv. 7-10), confession of trust/confidence in being heard (v. 11), petition (v. 12), thanksgiving or praise (v. 13). For some examples of this type of psalm see Pss 3, 7, 26.



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