History Literature / BookOfJeremiah

20th Oct '17 9:45:04 AM VicGeorge2011
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** King Jeconiah (called Coniah to disassociate him from being blessed of God) was written off by God as "childless" in Jeremiah 22:30, that "no man of his seed shall prosper, sitting upon the throne of David, and ruling any more in Judah." In the Christian interpretation, this curse would eventually carry itself into the time of Jesus' birth, when Joseph, a descendant of Jeconiah, would only become the foster father of Jesus while Mary, descended from another family line of David, would be from whom the Messiah would be born.

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** King Jeconiah (called [[MeaningfulRename Coniah to disassociate him from being blessed of God) God]]) was written off by God as "childless" in Jeremiah 22:30, that "no man of his seed shall prosper, sitting upon the throne of David, and ruling any more in Judah." In the Christian interpretation, this curse would eventually carry itself into the time of Jesus' birth, when Joseph, a descendant of Jeconiah, would only become the foster father of Jesus while Mary, descended from another family line of David, would be from whom the Messiah would be born.
20th Oct '17 9:38:37 AM VicGeorge2011
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* MuckingInTheMud: Jeremiah was put into the cistern of Malkijah son Hammelech by request of the people, where there was nothing but mud, which Jeremiah sank into and would have drowned in if Ebed-Melek the Ethiopian had not spoken to the king about what was done to Jeremiah.
20th Oct '17 9:29:05 AM VicGeorge2011
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* TheSiege: As also mentioned in the books of Kings, Jerusalem was held in siege by the Babylonians during the reign of King Zedekiah until there was a famine, resulting in its citizens resorting to cannibalism in order to stay alive, and then eventually the city was sacked, its king was captured, and its citizens were taken into exile. Jeremiah was released by the Babylonians from his imprisonment at the time the city was sacked so he could go wherever he wanted.
17th Oct '17 4:50:07 AM VicGeorge2011
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* {{Curse}}: King Jeconiah (called Coniah to disassociate him from being blessed of God) was written off by God as "childless" in Jeremiah 22:30, that "no man of his seed shall prosper, sitting upon the throne of David, and ruling any more in Judah." In the Christian interpretation, this curse would eventually carry itself into the time of Jesus' birth, when Joseph, a descendant of Jeconiah, would only become the foster father of Jesus while Mary, descended from another family line of David, would be from whom the Messiah would be born.

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King Jeconiah (called Coniah to disassociate him from being blessed of God) was written off by God as "childless" in Jeremiah 22:30, that "no man of his seed shall prosper, sitting upon the throne of David, and ruling any more in Judah." In the Christian interpretation, this curse would eventually carry itself into the time of Jesus' birth, when Joseph, a descendant of Jeconiah, would only become the foster father of Jesus while Mary, descended from another family line of David, would be from whom the Messiah would be born.born.
** Hananiah, a false prophet from Jeremiah chapter 28, was cursed to die within the year that he prophesied that the Lord would return the vessels that were taken from the Temple by the Babylonians along with the king.
15th Oct '17 6:50:07 AM VicGeorge2011
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* RichesToRags: In Lamentations 4:5:
-->''Those who once ate delicacies are desolate in the streets; those who were brought up in scarlet embrace ash heaps.''
14th Oct '17 11:37:01 AM VicGeorge2011
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* {{Curse}}: King Jeconiah (called Coniah to disassociate him from being blessed of God) was written off by God as "childless" in Jeremiah 22:30, that "no man of his seed shall prosper, sitting upon the throne of David, and ruling any more in Judah." In the Christian interpretation, this curse would eventually carry itself into the time of Jesus' birth, when Joseph, a descendant of Jeconiah, would only become the foster father of Jesus while Mary, descended from another family line of David, would be from where the Messiah would be born.

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* {{Curse}}: King Jeconiah (called Coniah to disassociate him from being blessed of God) was written off by God as "childless" in Jeremiah 22:30, that "no man of his seed shall prosper, sitting upon the throne of David, and ruling any more in Judah." In the Christian interpretation, this curse would eventually carry itself into the time of Jesus' birth, when Joseph, a descendant of Jeconiah, would only become the foster father of Jesus while Mary, descended from another family line of David, would be from where whom the Messiah would be born.
14th Oct '17 11:29:23 AM VicGeorge2011
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* {{Curse}}: King Jeconiah (called Coniah to disassociate him from being blessed of God) was to be written off as "childless", that he would have no child that would ever sit on the throne of Israel. In the Christian interpretation, this curse would eventually carry itself into the time of Jesus' birth, when Joseph, a descendant of Jeconiah, would only become the foster father of Jesus while Mary, descended from another family line of David, would be from where the Messiah would be born.

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* {{Curse}}: King Jeconiah (called Coniah to disassociate him from being blessed of God) was to be written off by God as "childless", "childless" in Jeremiah 22:30, that he would have no child that would ever sit on "no man of his seed shall prosper, sitting upon the throne of Israel. David, and ruling any more in Judah." In the Christian interpretation, this curse would eventually carry itself into the time of Jesus' birth, when Joseph, a descendant of Jeconiah, would only become the foster father of Jesus while Mary, descended from another family line of David, would be from where the Messiah would be born.
14th Oct '17 6:00:20 AM VicGeorge2011
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* {{Curse}}: King Jeconiah (called Coniah to disassociate him from being blessed of God) was to be written off as "childless", that he would have no child that would ever sit on the throne of Israel. This curse would eventually carry itself into the time of Jesus' birth, when Joseph, a descendant of Jeconiah, would only become the foster father of Jesus while Mary, descended from another family line of David, would be from where the Messiah would be born.

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* {{Curse}}: King Jeconiah (called Coniah to disassociate him from being blessed of God) was to be written off as "childless", that he would have no child that would ever sit on the throne of Israel. This In the Christian interpretation, this curse would eventually carry itself into the time of Jesus' birth, when Joseph, a descendant of Jeconiah, would only become the foster father of Jesus while Mary, descended from another family line of David, would be from where the Messiah would be born.
14th Oct '17 5:53:53 AM VicGeorge2011
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* {{Curse}}: King Jeconiah (called Coniah to disassociate him from being blessed of God) was to be written off as "childless", that he would have no child that would ever sit on the throne of Israel. This curse would eventually carry itself into the time of Jesus' birth, when Joseph, a descendant of Jeconiah, would only become the foster father of Jesus while Mary, descended from another family line of David, would be from where the Messiah would be born.
10th Oct '17 1:25:58 PM VicGeorge2011
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* SinisterMinister: God condemns the priests and false prophets in Jeremiah 5:30-31.
-->''An appalling and horrible thing has been committed in the land. The prophets prophesy falsely, and the priests rule by their own authority; and My people love to have it so. Yet what will you do in the end?''
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