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Jeremiah 44:22

Context
NETBible

Finally the Lord could no longer endure your wicked deeds and the disgusting things you did. That is why your land has become the desolate, uninhabited ruin that it is today. That is why it has become a proverbial example used in curses. 1 

XREF

Ge 6:3,5-7; 1Ki 9:7,8; Ps 95:10,11; Isa 1:24; Isa 7:13; Isa 43:24; Jer 15:6; Jer 18:16; Jer 24:9; Jer 25:11,18,38; Jer 26:6; Jer 29:19; Jer 44:2,6,12; La 2:15,16; Eze 5:13; Da 9:12; Am 2:13; Mal 2:17; Ro 2:4,5; Ro 9:22; 2Pe 3:7-9

NET © Notes

tn Heb “And/Then the Lord could no longer endure because of the evil of your deeds [and] because of the detestable things that you did and [or so] your land became a desolation and a waste and an occasion of a curse without inhabitant as this day.” The sentence has been broken up and restructured to better conform with contemporary English style, but an attempt has been made to preserve the causal and consequential connections.



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