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Jeremiah 4:28


Because of this the land will mourn and the sky above will grow black. 1  For I have made my purpose known 2  and I will not relent or turn back from carrying it out.” 3 


Nu 23:19; 1Sa 15:29; Isa 5:30; Isa 14:24-27; Isa 24:4; Isa 33:8,9; Isa 34:4; Isa 46:10,11; Isa 50:3; Jer 4:23-26; Jer 7:16; Jer 12:4; Jer 14:11,12; Jer 15:1-9; Jer 23:10; Eze 24:14; Ho 4:3; Ho 13:14; Joe 1:10; Joe 2:30,31; Mt 27:45; Mr 15:33; Lu 23:44; Eph 1:9,11; Heb 7:21; Re 6:12

NET © Notes

sn The earth and the heavens are personified here and depicted in the act of mourning and wearing black clothes because of the destruction of the land of Israel.

tn Heb “has spoken and purposed.” This is an example of hendiadys where two verbs are joined by “and” but one is meant to serve as a modifier of the other.

tn Heb “will not turn back from it.”

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