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Jeremiah 45:3

Context
NETBible

‘You have said, “I feel so hopeless! 1  For the Lord has added sorrow to my suffering. 2  I am worn out from groaning. I can’t find any rest.”’”

XREF

Ge 37:34,35; Ge 42:36-38; Nu 11:11-15; Jos 7:7-9; Job 16:11-13; Job 23:2; Ps 27:13; Ps 42:7; Ps 77:3,4; Ps 120:5; Pr 24:10; Jer 8:18; Jer 9:1; Jer 15:10-21; Jer 20:7-18; La 1:13,22; La 3:1-19,32; 2Co 4:1,16; Ga 6:9; 2Th 3:13; Heb 12:3-5

NET © Notes

tn Heb “Woe to me!” See the translator’s note on 4:13 and 10:19 for the rendering of this term.

sn From the context it appears that Baruch was feeling sorry for himself (v. 5) as well as feeling anguish for the suffering that the nation would need to undergo according to the predictions of Jeremiah that he was writing down.



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