History Literature / BookOfJeremiah

18th Feb '18 11:32:14 AM VicGeorge2011
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* HumanSacrifice: God through Jeremiah speaks to Judah against their practice of sacrificing their children to the fire to Molech in the Valley of Ben Hinnom, with God saying in Chapter 7 that He will no longer call it the Valley of Ben Hinnom, but the Valley of Slaughter, that there will be so many dead bodies that there will not be enough room to bury them.



* HumanSacrifice: God through Jeremiah speaks to Judah against their practice of sacrificing their children to the fire to Molech in the Valley of Ben Hinnom, with God saying in Chapter 7 that He will no longer call it the Valley of Ben Hinnom, but the Valley of Slaughter, that there will be so many dead bodies that there will not be enough room to bury them.
15th Jan '18 3:14:22 AM VicGeorge2011
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* HumanSacrifice: God through Jeremiah speaks to Judah against their practice of sacrificing their children to the fire to Molech in the Valley of Ben Hinnom, with God saying in Chapter 7 that He will no longer call it the Valley of Ben Hinnom, but the Valley of Slaughter, that there will be so many dead bodies that there will not be enough room to bury them.


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* HumanSacrifice: God through Jeremiah speaks to Judah against their practice of sacrificing their children to the fire to Molech in the Valley of Ben Hinnom, with God saying in Chapter 7 that He will no longer call it the Valley of Ben Hinnom, but the Valley of Slaughter, that there will be so many dead bodies that there will not be enough room to bury them.
15th Jan '18 3:13:05 AM VicGeorge2011
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* HumanSacrifice: God through Jeremiah speaks to Judah against their practice of sacrificing their children to the fire to Molech in the Valley of Ben Hinnom, with God saying in Chapter 7 that He will no longer call it the Valley of Ben Hinnom, but the Valley of Slaughter, that there will be so many dead bodies that there will not be enough room to bury them.
11th Dec '17 6:26:30 AM VicGeorge2011
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* HeelFaceDoorSlam: God's likely reaction to His people Israel, as voiced in the last few verses in Lamentations:
-->''You, O Lord, remain forever;''
-->''Your throne endures from generation to generation.''
-->''Why do You forget us forever,''
-->''and forsake us for so long a time?''
-->''Restore us to Yourself, O Lord, that we may return!''
-->''Renew our days as of old,''
-->''unless You have utterly rejected us,''
-->''and are very angry with us.'' (Lamentations 5:19-22)
11th Dec '17 6:20:29 AM VicGeorge2011
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* NastyParty: Ishmael son of Nethaniah invited Gedaliah the governor to dinner and then had him slain by his servants.
15th Nov '17 1:12:50 PM VicGeorge2011
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* YouCantGoHomeAgain: Jeremiah fled to Egypt and probably died there.

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* YouCantGoHomeAgain: Jeremiah fled to Egypt and probably died there. He also tells the Judeans that fled to Egypt to escape the Babylonians that a good deal of them will never return to the land of Israel, in part because of their Queen of Heaven idolatry which they continued doing in Egypt.
12th Nov '17 11:56:05 AM VicGeorge2011
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* AnachronicOrder: While the story begins with Jeremiah being called a prophet in the days of King Josiah and ends with the Babylonian exile and the surviving Judeans fleeing to Egypt, the middle chapters alternate between the reigns of King Jehoiachin and King Zedekiah and also between various states of Jeremiah's freedom during the reign of Zedekiah.

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* AnachronicOrder: While the story begins with Jeremiah being called a prophet in the days of King Josiah and ends with the Babylonian exile and the surviving Judeans fleeing to Egypt, the middle chapters alternate between the reigns of King Jehoiachin Jehoiakim (Jeconiah's father) and King Zedekiah and also between various states of Jeremiah's freedom during the reign of Zedekiah.
12th Nov '17 11:54:18 AM VicGeorge2011
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* AnachronicOrder: While the story begins with Jeremiah being called a prophet in the days of King Josiah and ends with the Babylonian exile and the surviving Judeans fleeing to Egypt, the middle chapters alternate between the reigns of King Jehoiachin and King Zedekiah and also between various states of Jeremiah's freedom during the reign of Zedekiah.
2nd Nov '17 8:00:52 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.

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* MuckingInTheMud: Jeremiah was put into the cistern of Malkijah son of 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.
29th Oct '17 12:12:28 PM VicGeorge2011
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* DishonoredDead: Jeremiah 22:18-19 speaks about the fate of King Jehoiakim:
-->''They will not lament for him, saying,''
-->''“Ah, my brother!” or, “Ah, sister!”''
-->''They will not lament for him, saying,''
-->''“Ah, lord!” or, “Ah, his glory!”''
-->''He will be buried with the burial of a donkey,''
-->''drawn and cast out''
-->''beyond the gates of Jerusalem.''
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