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Jeremiah 20:6

Context
NETBible

You, Pashhur, and all your household 1  will go into exile in Babylon. You will die there and you will be buried there. The same thing will happen to all your friends to whom you have prophesied lies.’” 2 

XREF

Le 26:17; De 28:25; Isa 9:15; Jer 5:31; Jer 6:13-15; Jer 8:10,11; Jer 14:14,15; Jer 20:4; Jer 23:14-17,25,26,32; Jer 28:15-17; Jer 29:21,22,32; La 2:14; Eze 13:4-16,22,23; Eze 22:28; Mic 2:11; Zec 13:3; Ac 13:8-11; 2Pe 2:1-3

NET © Notes

tn Heb “all who live in your house.” This included his family and his servants.

sn As a member of the priesthood and the protector of order in the temple, Pashhur was undoubtedly one of those who promulgated the deceptive belief that the Lord’s presence in the temple was a guarantee of Judah’s safety (cf. 7:4, 8). Judging from the fact that two other men held the same office after the leading men in the city were carried into exile in 597 b.c. (see Jer 29:25-26 and compare 29:1-2 for the date and 2 Kgs 24:12-16 for the facts), this prophecy was probably fulfilled in 597. For a similar kind of oracle of judgment see Amos 7:10-17.



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