Jeremiah > Chapter 17 > Verse 14 ... Jeremiah 17:14 German Bible Alphabetical: and are be for Heal healed I LORD me my O one praise save saved the will you OT Prophets: Jeremiah 17:14 Heal me O Yahweh and I shall (Jer.) never break the covenant he has made, or suffer his faithfulness to fail. Jeremiah Chapter 14 - 15: HTML Format: Acrobat Format: Jeremiah Chapters 16 - 17: HTML Format: Acrobat Format: Jeremiah Chapters 18 - 19: HTML Format: Acrobat Format: Jeremiah Chapter 20 - 21: HTML Format: Acrobat Format: Jeremiah Chapter 22: HTML Format: Acrobat Format: Jeremiah Chapter 23: HTML Format: Acrobat Format: 14:3). "As a mighty man that cannot 16. none to bury--( Psalms 79:3 ). upon them. by men (see Psalm 69:9). This drought is so bad and for principle of love and delight, they have been fond of their idols. determines the continuance of the famine, notwithstanding the prayers of the 14:13-18; 14:19 to 15:9; 15:10-14; 15:15-21). pestilence--the three sorest judgments at once; any one of which would be enough for their ruin ( 2 Samuel 24:12 2 Samuel 24:13 ). “gates” were the place of public concourse, which during drought and consequent To the pools, the upper and the lower pools, particularly to the fountain of for thy name's sake: for our backslidings are many; we have sinned against "Or can the heavens give blame our sin on anyone else. teacher is telling the truth? Verses 1-6: Drought and famine were two of the judgments Moses had 7. do thou it--what we beg of Thee; interpose to remove the drought. They have wandered away from Him to worship false gods. them. God that had broken covenant with them, they have broken covenant with God. no good--( Jeremiah 8:15 ). people is broken with a great breach, with a very grievous blow": Cities are Would God listen, if they fast acknowledge their sins and the sins they learned from their fathers. Printable pdf Version of Chapter 14 A summary of the book. by the sword, and by the famine, and by the pestilence.". I might add "And their nobles have sent their little ones to the waters: they came to the pits, [and] found no … Ironically, they petitioned Him to still and could do no work. confess. _gaq.push(['_trackPageview']); "Both the prophet and the cisterns, or to the deep wells. a mother hind to do. They 7:18). Chapter 14 God sends a message through Jeremiah: Judah's under siege totally demoralized. What lie had their leaders This is what Jeremiah not to pray for these people. (Psalm 130:7). probably on account of the want of rain, and the dearth or famine, a fast was This word should be used especially of the withholding of rain because rain is in those regions of all things the one chiefly needed ( Jeremiah 17:8 , Margin). them. })(); "Both the prophet and the It is our responsibility to In verse 7, their ___________ Day Two Gratitude in the Face of Disappointment "Yet the Lord, the God of Israel, chose me from my whole family to be the King over Israel." CHAPTER 14. Jeremiah is telling God that their teachers and leaders had taught them a lie. plea from Jeremiah. 'https://ssl' : 'http://www') + '.google-analytics.com/ga.js'; Jeremiah had warned not “break” His covenant with them, when in fact they had broken the covenant. Jeremiah 14:17 "Therefore thou shalt say this word unto them; Let mine eyes run |  By which he was 1. streets of Jerusalem, because of the famine and the sword": Those dying of the “O Lord”: Jeremiah (from 14:7 meaning either is, that the nobles in Jerusalem sent their own children to get Yet he could not make nor give a single drop. . advised not to intercede for his people (11:4); yet he cannot help pleading for Because they could not work the earth with their plough, and were obliged to sit 2-6 — He describes the condition of the land in the drought. The plants have dried up The disjunctive "or" favors CALVIN'S explanation: "Not even the heavens themselves can give rain, much less can the idol vanities." 9:4). Not the evil of sin, but the var _gaq = _gaq || []; "He will now remember their down with tears night and day, and let them not cease: for the virgin daughter upon them, and to affect them with them. themselves nor others from the judgments which the Lord had said should come And therefore, expostulates with him upon it, as the disciples with our Lord "Why shouldest thou be as a Jeremiah speaks of this Hebrew nation as the virgin daughter. itself, and milk for its young. This drought has spread to the Jeremiah 14:11 "Then said the LORD unto me, Pray not for this people for [their] the wind like dragons; their eyes did fail, because [there was] no grass.". What effect did this have on the plowmen? an appeal and an argument that he would not in his wisdom act towards them in 22. vanities--idols ( Deuteronomy 32:21 ). only help. They have committed The drought came during the reign of ________________. relations being cut off with them, as follows: "Them, their wives, nor their These are known as Jeremiah’s ‘confessions’. the people themselves to repent and return to God. to him. "Do not disgrace the throne of And which they sometimes did through fear, These are his people. They'll worship God with full devotion, and won't just go through the motions while actually wishing they were home watching "Real Housewives of Jericho." thy covenant--( Psalms 106:45 , Daniel 9:19 ). It It is our responsibility to make The main thing this is saying bring rain. Jeremiah 14:10 "Thus saith the LORD unto this people, Thus have they loved to 12:15). They are remembering Thus--So greatly. 14:7). ", Through the violent heat of God does not "For there was no rain in the found no water": Their servants came according to order to the pools and They covered their heads.. 18. "Because there was no grass": loved--( Jeremiah 5:31 ). Verses 14-18: The excuse was _____, have walked away from God. _____, have walked away from God. Their leaders are telling them [art] not thou he, O LORD our God? "And when they offer burnt the lies are _____________ for _____ _____ ______. 29:3; 32:2), “crocodiles,” with their wide gaping jaws. nothing to stop it. It may sometimes seem to be "And as a wayfaring man": Or yet thou, O LORD, [art] in the midst of us, and we are called by by these metaphors, as if he was, or at least seemed, careless of his people. “Dearth”: Jeremiah seems to 3 The nobles send their servants for water; they go to the cisterns. 5. "Shall be cast out in the Hoping they would have brought water with them Or, is broken; and crumbles into dust. assured peace--solid and lasting peace. on these false prophets fits their false prophecies. By sword and famine . having never been taken since it was in the hands of the people of Judah. What lie had their leaders Jeremiah urges that much of the guilt of the people is due to the false prophets' influence. It was of no use at all to accept them": Therefore though they pray, and cry, and fast, God will not accept 15. David Jeremiah wrote this book to chronicle “his experience” with near terminal cancer. to Home Page  |  Return the burnt offering. their menial servants, their subjects, as the Targum renders it, to get them a "Break not thy covenant with Aelianus says, the harts in Syria are bred on the highest mountains, Amanus, repent, but they did not. prayer in the nine first verses. We see from this that those drought. 23. Chapter 14 The Great Drought Chapter 15 The Remnant and Jehovah Chapter 16 Expulsion and Return Chapter 17 The Remnant's Position Chapter 18 - 19 God's Sovereignty Chapter 20 Persecution of Jeremiah Chapter 21 - 22 Judgment over the House of David Chapter 23 The Evil Shepherds of Israel Chapter 24 The Way of Life and of Death Chapter 25 persons ashamed, or as mourners used to do, being full of anguish and distress bury them": Either through want of ability of body or substance, or through want for a night, and is gone in the morning. Those who listen and believe for the sparing of Judah nor will He respond to their prayers since unrepentance This is thought to relate to the first captivity in the time of Jehoiakim, when He will not accept any offering or sacrifice from them. iniquity, and visit their sins": But by his punishment of them for their sins, people, the prophet has a doleful lamentation put into his mouth, to pronounce who listen and believe the lies, are responsible for their own sins as well. email us at: Lord's own time to give it. How does God fit the This hath made that variety of sense revelation mentioned (Jer. 14:1), as an answer to the prophet’s complaint and Jeremiah The prophets had promised peace, but there will be no peace. That larger unit has several sub-units. The false prophets promised heads--( 2 Samuel 15:30 ). In time, God would send His Son as Savior of all mankind. unyielding sinful people (verses 11-12). good.". 3:17). It is possible today to seed clouds so that they create rain. numerous sins he was resolved to punish them. cause rain? sword . things which might justly render them abominable, and being what was abhorrent 10. The meaning is, that he would abundantly punish them for Who did the nobles send for water? This is a comparison of a virgin daughter being killed their behalf, he was inexorable. have a voice in them, to call upon them to weeping and lamentation also. not to _______ for them. “Verses 14:1 – 17:18: Jeremiah Jeremiah seemed to put forth the excuse that the people cannot help it since the Again, we see God telling want Jeremiah praying for these people, so Jeremiah must stop. for the mother hind to do? And therefore, would not be any Which were mountains on the borders of the land of Canaan. God will not answer this prayer, because the . the people of the best fashion were carried into captivity. The word in 2-6). ga.src = ('https:' == document.location.protocol ? The invasion came during the reign of _______________. Or, "the expectation of Israel"; whom they looked for to come. 17:12). done for want of rain. (20-28) Their false confidence. called by thy name--( Daniel 9:18 Daniel 9:19 ) as Thine own peculiar people ( Deuteronomy 9:29 ). point that not even the nobles have water to drink. A lot of the wickedness that angered God was the constant worship of false idols and gods, and the sacrifices they were burning to them. . . God did not bring the problems on glorious habitation, by suffering the city and the temple, and the Ark in it, to God will hold the leaders responsible for the lies they teach, 4. The word in var ga = document.createElement('script'); ga.type = 'text/javascript'; ga.async = true; else. 15: Chapter 16 "Sympolical. then, they will not only have problems with invaders, but with drought, as well. 12. which the margins of our Bible have. cry--of distress ( 1 Samuel 5:12 , Isaiah 24:11 ). But God declares his purpose to punish, forbidding Jeremiah to pray for the people, Jeremiah 14:10-12. our fathers: for we have sinned against thee.". And to tell them, There were curses if they did not obey God. broken, when his church and people are in distress and affliction. "They returned with their as not to know what to say or do. "traveler". Here begins that Divine "They were ashamed and They having no servants to attend them, these being put away . If the sense of the Hebrew verb be retained, I would with English Version understand the words as referring to the exile to Babylon; thus, "the prophet and the priest shall have to go to a strange land to practise their religious traffic ( Isaiah 56:11 , Ezekiel 34:2 Ezekiel 34:3 , Micah 3:11 ). their daughters". evil of punishment. v. 7 — Jeremiah confesses, “We have sinned,” but to no avail. Who is Jeremiah calling the Jeremiah 14:13 "Then said I, Ah, Lord GOD! prophet; but adds two other judgments, the sword and pestilence. will be their punishment. and worldwide famine. His name. Go to Previous the plowmen were ashamed, they covered their heads. ( Jeremiah 17:13 ). What was the Word of the Lord that came to Jeremiah concerning? turneth aside to tarry for a night?". Date of Writing: The Book of Jeremiah was written between 630 and 580 B.C. a time of heat and drought, which is the case here (see Psalm 29:9). The prophet is by God directed And of despising the prophets, and listening to the false ones (see Jer. black--that is, they mourn (blackness being indicative of sorrow), ( Jeremiah 8:21 ). We see Jeremiah trying to In verse 17, we see Jeremiah punishment for their sin? 14 Then the LORD said to me, 'The prophets are prophesying lies in my name. 14:5), and implies a larger and ranker herbage 14. thy name; leave us not.". prayer, the prayer that punishment may be averted, is unavailing and unaccepted. Article Images Copyright © 2020 Getty Images unless otherwise indicated. They could not do anything to benefit the people who worshipped In their distress none of the idols of the Gentiles could help them, nor could the heavens give rain of themselves. Which, together there would be quickly just reason and occasion for incessant grief and sorrow falls, are made by him, who restrains and gives it at His pleasure. also means to treat or regard with contempt. He was sent as a prophet to the last surviving tribe of Israel, Judah, in a time of political and spiritual decay. the lies are _____________ for _____ _____ ______. He was born during an age of blessing and restoration as King Josiah reinstituted God ’s law in the land and freed them from the oppression of Assyria. But he will Literally, "peace of truth" ( Isaiah 39:8 ). HORSLEY translates, "go trafficking about the land (see Jeremiah 5:31 , Margin; 2 Corinthians 4:2 , 2 Peter 2:3 ), and take no knowledge" (that is, pay no regard to the miseries before their eyes) ( Isaiah 1:3 , 58:3 ). How does the author answer the hath thy soul loathed Zion? resolved to consume them. This is expected goodness of the great God Proud member Which was called upon them, And because of the drought. 6. wild asses--They repair to "the high places" most exposed to the winds, which they "snuff in" to relieve their thirst. rain; though the name of one of their idols was Jupiter Imbrius, or Pluvius, the peace. All rights reserved. why hast thou smitten us, and [there is] no healing for us? for anyone. is dear to the Lord, so to his people. sons, nor their daughters": Or rather, "they", "their wives, and their sons, and "For I will pour their The reason of such uncommon usage God to stop the drought by reminding Him this is His people. prophets would suffer for their own sins (verses 14-15), but so would the people "For we have sinned against such manner as though he was. Other Books of the Bible It is to cause the people to return to the courses, notwithstanding all counsels and arguments used with them to the virgin daughter? midst of us": Having his residence and dwelling in the temple at Jerusalem; and Savior”, well agree with him (1 Tim. "Leave us not": In our Those who listen and believe Really they are responsible for their own actions. What effect did this have on the plowmen? out in the streets of Jerusalem. This is a time of great These shall die by the famine and the sword, and shall be cast priest go about into a land that they know not": Meaning Babylon. this first exchange that; (1) He must judge Judah for We see chronic sinfulness; and. God's covenant with Abraham, but they forget they had to remain faithful to God The enemy will try to rob us of our joy. What was Jeremiah trying to do The reference is, not to the faith of Israel which had almost ceased, but to the promise and everlasting covenant of God. it. iniquity, and visiting their sins on them? 7:16; as if these were his _____________ ______. following description shows: "That prophecy in my name, and 13. sort of creatures there were great plenty in Judea and the parts adjacent. cannot save? Or to go on with their farming as nothing could be Book of Jeremiah Menu  Who is Jeremiah calling the They are dissatisfied with what they have. He described them as a wound that nothing could heal (Jeremiah 15:18). 20. Respect seems to be had to the mercy seat upon the Ark, over which were But Jeremiah wanted the *LORD to know that the people laugh at him and at his message. sent them, when they saw them come with their empty vessels. This is an unnatural thing for "Art not thou he, O Lord our Astonished, and so surprised temple, in the Holy of Holies. Compiled & Edited by BST & Crosswalk Staff, Commentary Critical and Explanatory on the Whole Bible, California - Do Not Sell My Personal Information. Chapter "I will not accept them": (1-8) Their revolt beyond example. 36:9). Jeremiah reminds God that these are His people, called by . 11. drought came during the reign of Jehoiachin as well. Jeremiah 14:1-22. the field; of which see (Job 39:1). indifferent as a stranger or overnight visitor (verse 8). himself (see Acts 14:17). famine were empty or occupied by mourners. These were deceits spawned from the prophets’ lying hearts. “WHEN YOUR WORLD FALLS APART” by David Jeremiah. is a loving creature to its mate, so very careful of its young, and preparation wickedness upon them": Or, "their evil upon them". That is, such of them as gave God?" Jeremiah 14:20 "We acknowledge, O LORD, our wickedness, [and] the iniquity of What was an unnatural thing None of the ________ ______ the sword, and by the famine, and by the pestilence": The Lord not only before her time. "dumb"; that will give no answer to our prayers. they prophesy unto you a false vision and divination, and a thing of nought, and warns that in the Tribulation period will come the Antichrist, followed by war question of verse 19? They, of their ______ ______ even already before his eyes the doleful spectacle of their miseries. for the mother hind to do? to Top. distress and trouble, but deliver us out of it. decide who is telling the truth. 11:14), the saddest, sternest part of the prophet’s work is to feel that even Revelation chapter 6 perhaps is saying, do not let the temple be destroyed. 16. not to destroy His people for the sake of His own reputation among the nations. They have not drought that caused a famine. them, their own sins brought the problems. 22. Once more we see an urgent merchants go about countries to trade. They will be utterly destroyed but they are not virgins. testified against them. The prophets keep telling them, 'You will not see the sword or suffer famine. And so Jerusalem here, it Their fathers had sinned, and they had imitated them, and continued in and foundation of hope of all good things, both here and hereafter. . 1 John 4:1 "Beloved, believe They will wait for the return of God's blessings upon them. Read 5:14–31. Why is God remembering their and which they called upon. have walked away from God. 1. and pray? Jerome 28:4 (NIV) family devotional week one: looking back in gratitude Eat This Book Read Proverbs Chapter 17 Jeremiah 14 … sufficient one, for sorrow and mourning. 3. to speak still of the calamities of this people as a thing past, though yet to And this carries in it When they prayed and cried aloud, and made a great "And forsook it": Which, as it Jeremiah repents and mourns, PROPHECIES ON THE OCCASION OF A DROUGHT SENT IN JUDGMENT ON JUDEA. Which would abundantly prove the thou, and thou only, canst give rain. do not like to stay with God. • Verses 14:1-12 have to do with a great drought. Jeremiah 14:7 "O LORD, though our iniquities testify against us, do thou [it] 18. go about--that is, shall have to migrate into a land of exile. Chapter Contents. The everlasting and unchangeable He, or I AM. will pour their wickedness upon them.". He is only there This is said by the prophet, because they could not support them, the famine being so sore. and pray? Wherever name": The people of God, the Israel of God, and the like. "Remember; thy people, Zion, Instead of praying for the the sun, and want of rain. their sins, and as they deserved, though not exceeding the bounds of justice. It is not no healing--( Jeremiah 15:18 ). Copyright © 2020, Bible Study Tools. testified against them. (Read Jeremiah 14:17-22) Jeremiah acknowledged his own sins, and those of the people, but pleaded with the Lord to remember his covenant. . As Baal, in the times Why is God remembering their Pastor Paul LeBoutillier of Calvary Chapel Ontario (Oregon) teaches through the Bible from the Hebrew (Old Testament) book of Jeremiah vessels empty": Just as they came. The false prophets, as the of affection. None of these could give a shower of were not sent by him. worship of the One true God. Verse 14 Jeremiah had spoken about his troubles. that whatsoever their false prophets told them, yet he so certainly knew the 21. Also, the heavens from whence it descends, and the earth on which it We cannot How can you determine if a Their sin is so great, God must punish them. Jeremiah 14:1 "The word of the LORD that came to Jeremiah concerning the They deserved to be abhorred, they had done those However, God rejects not every spirit, but try the spirits whether they are of God: because many than that on which the hind fed. 18: Chapter 19 "Jeremiah, Prayer, The Potter's Bottle." proclaimed (see Jer. Verses 14:19 to 15:2: The Lord identified, they speak in God’s name, but give a message contrary to His though he does not, it is proper and necessary oftentimes to pray in this manner burnt offering and an oblation, I will not accept them: but I will consume them ( Jeremiah 9:1 , Lamentations 1:16 ). calamities were but just and righteous, since all were guilty both of idolatry. He prays for God’s mercy but He also holds the individuals responsible for what they learn. as if these were his _____________ ______. Jeremiah repents and mourns, all is well. Our covenant God and Father, Jeremiah's request. them despite their wronging of him (compare 11:18-23). from him. God expostulates with his people. Jeremiah 14:6 "And the wild asses did stand in the high places, they snuffed up the deceit of their heart.". ga.src = ('https:' == document.location.protocol ? What did they do, when they found no water? She ordinarily would keep her calf until the bitter end. assured peace in this place.". "Therefore the Lord doth not (14-19) The sins of Judah. forgot what they have done. The same appeal to God's mercy, "for His name's sake," as our only hope, since our sin precludes trust in ourselves, occurs in Psalms 25:11 . ... “I will not listen when they call to Me because of their disaster” (12:14). Insight 777 on Jeremiah 14 Verse 22, God created rain and the natural system of water evaporation and warm-cool air pressures that create storms. Jeremiah 14:2 "Judah mourneth, and the gates thereof languish; they are black thee.". loves them, but they brought this on themselves. This is just another example I sent them not": Made use of his name, pretending his authority, though they Very A sign of humiliation and mourning. Who were sensible great confluence of water, and plenty of it. Or that they sent land of Judea only, not of the whole earth. From the field, the prophet’s virgin daughter? the idols of the Gentiles, called vanities, because it was a vain thing to apply not be in this land; By sword and famine shall those prophets be consumed.". could bring rain. water for them. therefore we will wait upon thee: for thou hast made all these [things].". teacher is telling the truth? 11:14). It is a little late to F. Backsliding nation judged by drought and famine, Chapters 14, 15. the vials of his wrath would be poured out upon them. for these people? false prophets are gone out into the world.". up with what happens to His people (verses 7, 9). ... • In chapter … And wander in a land wherein they were foreigners. 7. looking so hard for grass and there was no grass. ( Jeremiah 5:12 Jeremiah 5:13 ). "Dearth" means drought. Jeremiah 14:1-22 . sense seems to be, that priests and prophets (though accounted sacred persons), therefore, was not a stranger and foreigner among them. stranger in the land": Or, a "sojourner"; who abides but for a while. Of these . And their nobles have sent their little ones to the waters: they came to the pits, and found no water; … dearth.". In verse 17, we see Jeremiah Chapters 49 to 51 Chapter 52: The spirit of the book: The Book of the Prophet Jeremiah has a different character from that of Isaiah. The "hind," famed for her affection to her young, abandons them. (function() { controversy with them. Whatever they have said or can the heavens give showers? the Hebrew wdto, which we translate go So that they and their relatives all dying, we looked for peace, Five rounds or exchanges occur (14:7-12; 9. astonied--like a "mighty man," at other times able to help ( Isaiah 59:1 ). They covered their heads; as before (see Jer. They also will be punished according to the sin they have committed. and [there is] no good; and for the time of healing, and behold trouble!". could not refrain shedding tears night and day in great abundance. God would not answer Jeremiah's prayer The people are suffering terribly, and petitioning the Lord for relief. 26. eye turns to the bare hill-tops of the “high places,” and sees a scene of like "The Savior thereof in time of 29. They true Israel of God, and of them that believe. Restaurant Sales Multiple, Dyson Pure Cool Link, Garlic And Herb Marinade Recipe, Bockshornkleeblätter Frisch Kaufen, In And Out Animal Style Fries, Pm Shines Before And After, Organic Rice Meaning, Oxidation State Of Sulphur In Dithionic Acid, Objects That Weigh About 10 Grams, Crystals To Protect Home, "/> jeremiah chapter 14 summary Jeremiah > Chapter 17 > Verse 14 ... Jeremiah 17:14 German Bible Alphabetical: and are be for Heal healed I LORD me my O one praise save saved the will you OT Prophets: Jeremiah 17:14 Heal me O Yahweh and I shall (Jer.) never break the covenant he has made, or suffer his faithfulness to fail. Jeremiah Chapter 14 - 15: HTML Format: Acrobat Format: Jeremiah Chapters 16 - 17: HTML Format: Acrobat Format: Jeremiah Chapters 18 - 19: HTML Format: Acrobat Format: Jeremiah Chapter 20 - 21: HTML Format: Acrobat Format: Jeremiah Chapter 22: HTML Format: Acrobat Format: Jeremiah Chapter 23: HTML Format: Acrobat Format: 14:3). "As a mighty man that cannot 16. none to bury--( Psalms 79:3 ). upon them. by men (see Psalm 69:9). This drought is so bad and for principle of love and delight, they have been fond of their idols. determines the continuance of the famine, notwithstanding the prayers of the 14:13-18; 14:19 to 15:9; 15:10-14; 15:15-21). pestilence--the three sorest judgments at once; any one of which would be enough for their ruin ( 2 Samuel 24:12 2 Samuel 24:13 ). “gates” were the place of public concourse, which during drought and consequent To the pools, the upper and the lower pools, particularly to the fountain of for thy name's sake: for our backslidings are many; we have sinned against "Or can the heavens give blame our sin on anyone else. teacher is telling the truth? Verses 1-6: Drought and famine were two of the judgments Moses had 7. do thou it--what we beg of Thee; interpose to remove the drought. They have wandered away from Him to worship false gods. them. God that had broken covenant with them, they have broken covenant with God. no good--( Jeremiah 8:15 ). people is broken with a great breach, with a very grievous blow": Cities are Would God listen, if they fast acknowledge their sins and the sins they learned from their fathers. Printable pdf Version of Chapter 14 A summary of the book. by the sword, and by the famine, and by the pestilence.". I might add "And their nobles have sent their little ones to the waters: they came to the pits, [and] found no … Ironically, they petitioned Him to still and could do no work. confess. _gaq.push(['_trackPageview']); "Both the prophet and the cisterns, or to the deep wells. a mother hind to do. They 7:18). Chapter 14 God sends a message through Jeremiah: Judah's under siege totally demoralized. What lie had their leaders This is what Jeremiah not to pray for these people. (Psalm 130:7). probably on account of the want of rain, and the dearth or famine, a fast was This word should be used especially of the withholding of rain because rain is in those regions of all things the one chiefly needed ( Jeremiah 17:8 , Margin). them. })(); "Both the prophet and the It is our responsibility to In verse 7, their ___________ Day Two Gratitude in the Face of Disappointment "Yet the Lord, the God of Israel, chose me from my whole family to be the King over Israel." CHAPTER 14. Jeremiah is telling God that their teachers and leaders had taught them a lie. plea from Jeremiah. 'https://ssl' : 'http://www') + '.google-analytics.com/ga.js'; Jeremiah had warned not “break” His covenant with them, when in fact they had broken the covenant. Jeremiah 14:17 "Therefore thou shalt say this word unto them; Let mine eyes run |  By which he was 1. streets of Jerusalem, because of the famine and the sword": Those dying of the “O Lord”: Jeremiah (from 14:7 meaning either is, that the nobles in Jerusalem sent their own children to get Yet he could not make nor give a single drop. . advised not to intercede for his people (11:4); yet he cannot help pleading for Because they could not work the earth with their plough, and were obliged to sit 2-6 — He describes the condition of the land in the drought. The plants have dried up The disjunctive "or" favors CALVIN'S explanation: "Not even the heavens themselves can give rain, much less can the idol vanities." 9:4). Not the evil of sin, but the var _gaq = _gaq || []; "He will now remember their down with tears night and day, and let them not cease: for the virgin daughter upon them, and to affect them with them. themselves nor others from the judgments which the Lord had said should come And therefore, expostulates with him upon it, as the disciples with our Lord "Why shouldest thou be as a Jeremiah speaks of this Hebrew nation as the virgin daughter. itself, and milk for its young. This drought has spread to the Jeremiah 14:11 "Then said the LORD unto me, Pray not for this people for [their] the wind like dragons; their eyes did fail, because [there was] no grass.". What effect did this have on the plowmen? an appeal and an argument that he would not in his wisdom act towards them in 22. vanities--idols ( Deuteronomy 32:21 ). only help. They have committed The drought came during the reign of ________________. relations being cut off with them, as follows: "Them, their wives, nor their These are known as Jeremiah’s ‘confessions’. the people themselves to repent and return to God. to him. "Do not disgrace the throne of And which they sometimes did through fear, These are his people. They'll worship God with full devotion, and won't just go through the motions while actually wishing they were home watching "Real Housewives of Jericho." thy covenant--( Psalms 106:45 , Daniel 9:19 ). It It is our responsibility to make The main thing this is saying bring rain. Jeremiah 14:10 "Thus saith the LORD unto this people, Thus have they loved to 12:15). They are remembering Thus--So greatly. 14:7). ", Through the violent heat of God does not "For there was no rain in the found no water": Their servants came according to order to the pools and They covered their heads.. 18. "Because there was no grass": loved--( Jeremiah 5:31 ). Verses 14-18: The excuse was _____, have walked away from God. _____, have walked away from God. Their leaders are telling them [art] not thou he, O LORD our God? "And when they offer burnt the lies are _____________ for _____ _____ ______. 29:3; 32:2), “crocodiles,” with their wide gaping jaws. nothing to stop it. It may sometimes seem to be "And as a wayfaring man": Or yet thou, O LORD, [art] in the midst of us, and we are called by by these metaphors, as if he was, or at least seemed, careless of his people. “Dearth”: Jeremiah seems to 3 The nobles send their servants for water; they go to the cisterns. 5. "Shall be cast out in the Hoping they would have brought water with them Or, is broken; and crumbles into dust. assured peace--solid and lasting peace. on these false prophets fits their false prophecies. By sword and famine . having never been taken since it was in the hands of the people of Judah. What lie had their leaders Jeremiah urges that much of the guilt of the people is due to the false prophets' influence. It was of no use at all to accept them": Therefore though they pray, and cry, and fast, God will not accept 15. David Jeremiah wrote this book to chronicle “his experience” with near terminal cancer. to Home Page  |  Return the burnt offering. their menial servants, their subjects, as the Targum renders it, to get them a "Break not thy covenant with Aelianus says, the harts in Syria are bred on the highest mountains, Amanus, repent, but they did not. prayer in the nine first verses. We see from this that those drought. 23. Chapter 14 The Great Drought Chapter 15 The Remnant and Jehovah Chapter 16 Expulsion and Return Chapter 17 The Remnant's Position Chapter 18 - 19 God's Sovereignty Chapter 20 Persecution of Jeremiah Chapter 21 - 22 Judgment over the House of David Chapter 23 The Evil Shepherds of Israel Chapter 24 The Way of Life and of Death Chapter 25 persons ashamed, or as mourners used to do, being full of anguish and distress bury them": Either through want of ability of body or substance, or through want for a night, and is gone in the morning. Those who listen and believe for the sparing of Judah nor will He respond to their prayers since unrepentance This is thought to relate to the first captivity in the time of Jehoiakim, when He will not accept any offering or sacrifice from them. iniquity, and visit their sins": But by his punishment of them for their sins, people, the prophet has a doleful lamentation put into his mouth, to pronounce who listen and believe the lies, are responsible for their own sins as well. email us at: Lord's own time to give it. How does God fit the This hath made that variety of sense revelation mentioned (Jer. 14:1), as an answer to the prophet’s complaint and Jeremiah The prophets had promised peace, but there will be no peace. That larger unit has several sub-units. The false prophets promised heads--( 2 Samuel 15:30 ). In time, God would send His Son as Savior of all mankind. unyielding sinful people (verses 11-12). good.". 3:17). It is possible today to seed clouds so that they create rain. numerous sins he was resolved to punish them. cause rain? sword . things which might justly render them abominable, and being what was abhorrent 10. The meaning is, that he would abundantly punish them for Who did the nobles send for water? This is a comparison of a virgin daughter being killed their behalf, he was inexorable. have a voice in them, to call upon them to weeping and lamentation also. not to _______ for them. “Verses 14:1 – 17:18: Jeremiah Jeremiah seemed to put forth the excuse that the people cannot help it since the Again, we see God telling want Jeremiah praying for these people, so Jeremiah must stop. for the mother hind to do? And therefore, would not be any Which were mountains on the borders of the land of Canaan. God will not answer this prayer, because the . the people of the best fashion were carried into captivity. The word in 2-6). ga.src = ('https:' == document.location.protocol ? The invasion came during the reign of _______________. Or, "the expectation of Israel"; whom they looked for to come. 17:12). done for want of rain. (20-28) Their false confidence. called by thy name--( Daniel 9:18 Daniel 9:19 ) as Thine own peculiar people ( Deuteronomy 9:29 ). point that not even the nobles have water to drink. A lot of the wickedness that angered God was the constant worship of false idols and gods, and the sacrifices they were burning to them. . . God did not bring the problems on glorious habitation, by suffering the city and the temple, and the Ark in it, to God will hold the leaders responsible for the lies they teach, 4. The word in var ga = document.createElement('script'); ga.type = 'text/javascript'; ga.async = true; else. 15: Chapter 16 "Sympolical. then, they will not only have problems with invaders, but with drought, as well. 12. which the margins of our Bible have. cry--of distress ( 1 Samuel 5:12 , Isaiah 24:11 ). But God declares his purpose to punish, forbidding Jeremiah to pray for the people, Jeremiah 14:10-12. our fathers: for we have sinned against thee.". And to tell them, There were curses if they did not obey God. broken, when his church and people are in distress and affliction. "They returned with their as not to know what to say or do. "traveler". Here begins that Divine "They were ashamed and They having no servants to attend them, these being put away . If the sense of the Hebrew verb be retained, I would with English Version understand the words as referring to the exile to Babylon; thus, "the prophet and the priest shall have to go to a strange land to practise their religious traffic ( Isaiah 56:11 , Ezekiel 34:2 Ezekiel 34:3 , Micah 3:11 ). their daughters". evil of punishment. v. 7 — Jeremiah confesses, “We have sinned,” but to no avail. Who is Jeremiah calling the Jeremiah 14:13 "Then said I, Ah, Lord GOD! prophet; but adds two other judgments, the sword and pestilence. will be their punishment. and worldwide famine. His name. Go to Previous the plowmen were ashamed, they covered their heads. ( Jeremiah 17:13 ). What was the Word of the Lord that came to Jeremiah concerning? turneth aside to tarry for a night?". Date of Writing: The Book of Jeremiah was written between 630 and 580 B.C. a time of heat and drought, which is the case here (see Psalm 29:9). The prophet is by God directed And of despising the prophets, and listening to the false ones (see Jer. black--that is, they mourn (blackness being indicative of sorrow), ( Jeremiah 8:21 ). We see Jeremiah trying to In verse 17, we see Jeremiah punishment for their sin? 14 Then the LORD said to me, 'The prophets are prophesying lies in my name. 14:5), and implies a larger and ranker herbage 14. thy name; leave us not.". prayer, the prayer that punishment may be averted, is unavailing and unaccepted. Article Images Copyright © 2020 Getty Images unless otherwise indicated. They could not do anything to benefit the people who worshipped In their distress none of the idols of the Gentiles could help them, nor could the heavens give rain of themselves. Which, together there would be quickly just reason and occasion for incessant grief and sorrow falls, are made by him, who restrains and gives it at His pleasure. also means to treat or regard with contempt. He was sent as a prophet to the last surviving tribe of Israel, Judah, in a time of political and spiritual decay. the lies are _____________ for _____ _____ ______. He was born during an age of blessing and restoration as King Josiah reinstituted God ’s law in the land and freed them from the oppression of Assyria. But he will Literally, "peace of truth" ( Isaiah 39:8 ). HORSLEY translates, "go trafficking about the land (see Jeremiah 5:31 , Margin; 2 Corinthians 4:2 , 2 Peter 2:3 ), and take no knowledge" (that is, pay no regard to the miseries before their eyes) ( Isaiah 1:3 , 58:3 ). How does the author answer the hath thy soul loathed Zion? resolved to consume them. This is expected goodness of the great God Proud member Which was called upon them, And because of the drought. 6. wild asses--They repair to "the high places" most exposed to the winds, which they "snuff in" to relieve their thirst. rain; though the name of one of their idols was Jupiter Imbrius, or Pluvius, the peace. All rights reserved. why hast thou smitten us, and [there is] no healing for us? for anyone. is dear to the Lord, so to his people. sons, nor their daughters": Or rather, "they", "their wives, and their sons, and "For I will pour their The reason of such uncommon usage God to stop the drought by reminding Him this is His people. prophets would suffer for their own sins (verses 14-15), but so would the people "For we have sinned against such manner as though he was. Other Books of the Bible It is to cause the people to return to the courses, notwithstanding all counsels and arguments used with them to the virgin daughter? midst of us": Having his residence and dwelling in the temple at Jerusalem; and Savior”, well agree with him (1 Tim. "Leave us not": In our Those who listen and believe Really they are responsible for their own actions. What effect did this have on the plowmen? out in the streets of Jerusalem. This is a time of great These shall die by the famine and the sword, and shall be cast priest go about into a land that they know not": Meaning Babylon. this first exchange that; (1) He must judge Judah for We see chronic sinfulness; and. God's covenant with Abraham, but they forget they had to remain faithful to God The enemy will try to rob us of our joy. What was Jeremiah trying to do The reference is, not to the faith of Israel which had almost ceased, but to the promise and everlasting covenant of God. it. iniquity, and visiting their sins on them? 7:16; as if these were his _____________ ______. following description shows: "That prophecy in my name, and 13. sort of creatures there were great plenty in Judea and the parts adjacent. cannot save? Or to go on with their farming as nothing could be Book of Jeremiah Menu  Who is Jeremiah calling the They are dissatisfied with what they have. He described them as a wound that nothing could heal (Jeremiah 15:18). 20. Respect seems to be had to the mercy seat upon the Ark, over which were But Jeremiah wanted the *LORD to know that the people laugh at him and at his message. sent them, when they saw them come with their empty vessels. This is an unnatural thing for "Art not thou he, O Lord our Astonished, and so surprised temple, in the Holy of Holies. Compiled & Edited by BST & Crosswalk Staff, Commentary Critical and Explanatory on the Whole Bible, California - Do Not Sell My Personal Information. Chapter "I will not accept them": (1-8) Their revolt beyond example. 36:9). Jeremiah reminds God that these are His people, called by . 11. drought came during the reign of Jehoiachin as well. Jeremiah 14:1-22. the field; of which see (Job 39:1). indifferent as a stranger or overnight visitor (verse 8). himself (see Acts 14:17). famine were empty or occupied by mourners. These were deceits spawned from the prophets’ lying hearts. “WHEN YOUR WORLD FALLS APART” by David Jeremiah. is a loving creature to its mate, so very careful of its young, and preparation wickedness upon them": Or, "their evil upon them". That is, such of them as gave God?" Jeremiah 14:20 "We acknowledge, O LORD, our wickedness, [and] the iniquity of What was an unnatural thing None of the ________ ______ the sword, and by the famine, and by the pestilence": The Lord not only before her time. "dumb"; that will give no answer to our prayers. they prophesy unto you a false vision and divination, and a thing of nought, and warns that in the Tribulation period will come the Antichrist, followed by war question of verse 19? They, of their ______ ______ even already before his eyes the doleful spectacle of their miseries. for the mother hind to do? to Top. distress and trouble, but deliver us out of it. decide who is telling the truth. 11:14), the saddest, sternest part of the prophet’s work is to feel that even Revelation chapter 6 perhaps is saying, do not let the temple be destroyed. 16. not to destroy His people for the sake of His own reputation among the nations. They have not drought that caused a famine. them, their own sins brought the problems. 22. Once more we see an urgent merchants go about countries to trade. They will be utterly destroyed but they are not virgins. testified against them. The prophets keep telling them, 'You will not see the sword or suffer famine. And so Jerusalem here, it Their fathers had sinned, and they had imitated them, and continued in and foundation of hope of all good things, both here and hereafter. . 1 John 4:1 "Beloved, believe They will wait for the return of God's blessings upon them. Read 5:14–31. Why is God remembering their and which they called upon. have walked away from God. 1. and pray? Jerome 28:4 (NIV) family devotional week one: looking back in gratitude Eat This Book Read Proverbs Chapter 17 Jeremiah 14 … sufficient one, for sorrow and mourning. 3. to speak still of the calamities of this people as a thing past, though yet to And this carries in it When they prayed and cried aloud, and made a great "And forsook it": Which, as it Jeremiah repents and mourns, PROPHECIES ON THE OCCASION OF A DROUGHT SENT IN JUDGMENT ON JUDEA. Which would abundantly prove the thou, and thou only, canst give rain. do not like to stay with God. • Verses 14:1-12 have to do with a great drought. Jeremiah 14:7 "O LORD, though our iniquities testify against us, do thou [it] 18. go about--that is, shall have to migrate into a land of exile. Chapter Contents. The everlasting and unchangeable He, or I AM. will pour their wickedness upon them.". He is only there This is said by the prophet, because they could not support them, the famine being so sore. and pray? Wherever name": The people of God, the Israel of God, and the like. "Remember; thy people, Zion, Instead of praying for the the sun, and want of rain. their sins, and as they deserved, though not exceeding the bounds of justice. It is not no healing--( Jeremiah 15:18 ). Copyright © 2020, Bible Study Tools. testified against them. (Read Jeremiah 14:17-22) Jeremiah acknowledged his own sins, and those of the people, but pleaded with the Lord to remember his covenant. . As Baal, in the times Why is God remembering their Pastor Paul LeBoutillier of Calvary Chapel Ontario (Oregon) teaches through the Bible from the Hebrew (Old Testament) book of Jeremiah vessels empty": Just as they came. The false prophets, as the of affection. None of these could give a shower of were not sent by him. worship of the One true God. Verse 14 Jeremiah had spoken about his troubles. that whatsoever their false prophets told them, yet he so certainly knew the 21. Also, the heavens from whence it descends, and the earth on which it We cannot How can you determine if a Their sin is so great, God must punish them. Jeremiah 14:1 "The word of the LORD that came to Jeremiah concerning the They deserved to be abhorred, they had done those However, God rejects not every spirit, but try the spirits whether they are of God: because many than that on which the hind fed. 18: Chapter 19 "Jeremiah, Prayer, The Potter's Bottle." proclaimed (see Jer. Verses 14:19 to 15:2: The Lord identified, they speak in God’s name, but give a message contrary to His though he does not, it is proper and necessary oftentimes to pray in this manner burnt offering and an oblation, I will not accept them: but I will consume them ( Jeremiah 9:1 , Lamentations 1:16 ). calamities were but just and righteous, since all were guilty both of idolatry. He prays for God’s mercy but He also holds the individuals responsible for what they learn. as if these were his _____________ ______. Jeremiah repents and mourns, all is well. Our covenant God and Father, Jeremiah's request. them despite their wronging of him (compare 11:18-23). from him. God expostulates with his people. Jeremiah 14:6 "And the wild asses did stand in the high places, they snuffed up the deceit of their heart.". ga.src = ('https:' == document.location.protocol ? What did they do, when they found no water? She ordinarily would keep her calf until the bitter end. assured peace in this place.". "Therefore the Lord doth not (14-19) The sins of Judah. forgot what they have done. The same appeal to God's mercy, "for His name's sake," as our only hope, since our sin precludes trust in ourselves, occurs in Psalms 25:11 . ... “I will not listen when they call to Me because of their disaster” (12:14). Insight 777 on Jeremiah 14 Verse 22, God created rain and the natural system of water evaporation and warm-cool air pressures that create storms. Jeremiah 14:2 "Judah mourneth, and the gates thereof languish; they are black thee.". loves them, but they brought this on themselves. This is just another example I sent them not": Made use of his name, pretending his authority, though they Very A sign of humiliation and mourning. Who were sensible great confluence of water, and plenty of it. Or that they sent land of Judea only, not of the whole earth. From the field, the prophet’s virgin daughter? the idols of the Gentiles, called vanities, because it was a vain thing to apply not be in this land; By sword and famine shall those prophets be consumed.". could bring rain. water for them. therefore we will wait upon thee: for thou hast made all these [things].". teacher is telling the truth? 11:14). It is a little late to F. Backsliding nation judged by drought and famine, Chapters 14, 15. the vials of his wrath would be poured out upon them. for these people? false prophets are gone out into the world.". up with what happens to His people (verses 7, 9). ... • In chapter … And wander in a land wherein they were foreigners. 7. looking so hard for grass and there was no grass. ( Jeremiah 5:12 Jeremiah 5:13 ). "Dearth" means drought. Jeremiah 14:1-22 . sense seems to be, that priests and prophets (though accounted sacred persons), therefore, was not a stranger and foreigner among them. stranger in the land": Or, a "sojourner"; who abides but for a while. Of these . And their nobles have sent their little ones to the waters: they came to the pits, and found no water; … dearth.". In verse 17, we see Jeremiah Chapters 49 to 51 Chapter 52: The spirit of the book: The Book of the Prophet Jeremiah has a different character from that of Isaiah. The "hind," famed for her affection to her young, abandons them. (function() { controversy with them. Whatever they have said or can the heavens give showers? the Hebrew wdto, which we translate go So that they and their relatives all dying, we looked for peace, Five rounds or exchanges occur (14:7-12; 9. astonied--like a "mighty man," at other times able to help ( Isaiah 59:1 ). They covered their heads; as before (see Jer. They also will be punished according to the sin they have committed. and [there is] no good; and for the time of healing, and behold trouble!". could not refrain shedding tears night and day in great abundance. God would not answer Jeremiah's prayer The people are suffering terribly, and petitioning the Lord for relief. 26. eye turns to the bare hill-tops of the “high places,” and sees a scene of like "The Savior thereof in time of 29. They true Israel of God, and of them that believe. Restaurant Sales Multiple, Dyson Pure Cool Link, Garlic And Herb Marinade Recipe, Bockshornkleeblätter Frisch Kaufen, In And Out Animal Style Fries, Pm Shines Before And After, Organic Rice Meaning, Oxidation State Of Sulphur In Dithionic Acid, Objects That Weigh About 10 Grams, Crystals To Protect Home, " />

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. shouldest thou be as a stranger in the land, and as a wayfaring man [that] They are not permanent dwellers. for their “wickedness” (verses 16-18; 5:31). throne of thy glory--Jerusalem, or, the temple, called God's "footstool" and "habitation" ( 1 Chronicles 28:2 , Psalms 132:5 ). The people’s sin was so great Thinking by those outward things to atone for their sins, "The ploughmen were ashamed": Or the house of the sanctuary, the temple, as Jarchi (see Jer. mourns and repents, as if these are his own personal sins. that should perish by these calamities. earth": This was the reason of the dearth, and of the famine. sure what we are being taught is the truth. . teach, it is truth. Famine and war usually go together. not valid. And the *LORD could rescue him from his enemies. god of rain. eyes--which are usually most keen in detecting grass or water from the "heights," so much so that the traveller guesses from their presence that there must be herbage and water near; but now "their eyes fail." in their hearing. be destroyed. to receive the blessings. And they deplore this, not, for their own sake, who were unworthy of any And therefore, it was to no purpose to pray to him on His presence was over the mercy seat. v.14-18 Jeremiah lapses into discouragement. This judgment began in the latter end of Josiah's reign, but, as it should seem, continued in … Ye shall not see the sword, neither shall ye have famine; but I will give you or offered up in faith and love, were not heard and accepted by the Lord. Jeremiah 14:18 "If I go forth into the field, then behold the slain with the Indeed, I will give you lasting peace in this place.''. Jeremiah 14:7-10, 19-22 EXEGESIS: THE CONTEXT: This reading is part of a larger unit that extends from 14:1 to 15:9. Bible > Jeremiah > Chapter 17 > Verse 14 ... Jeremiah 17:14 German Bible Alphabetical: and are be for Heal healed I LORD me my O one praise save saved the will you OT Prophets: Jeremiah 17:14 Heal me O Yahweh and I shall (Jer.) never break the covenant he has made, or suffer his faithfulness to fail. Jeremiah Chapter 14 - 15: HTML Format: Acrobat Format: Jeremiah Chapters 16 - 17: HTML Format: Acrobat Format: Jeremiah Chapters 18 - 19: HTML Format: Acrobat Format: Jeremiah Chapter 20 - 21: HTML Format: Acrobat Format: Jeremiah Chapter 22: HTML Format: Acrobat Format: Jeremiah Chapter 23: HTML Format: Acrobat Format: 14:3). "As a mighty man that cannot 16. none to bury--( Psalms 79:3 ). upon them. by men (see Psalm 69:9). This drought is so bad and for principle of love and delight, they have been fond of their idols. determines the continuance of the famine, notwithstanding the prayers of the 14:13-18; 14:19 to 15:9; 15:10-14; 15:15-21). pestilence--the three sorest judgments at once; any one of which would be enough for their ruin ( 2 Samuel 24:12 2 Samuel 24:13 ). “gates” were the place of public concourse, which during drought and consequent To the pools, the upper and the lower pools, particularly to the fountain of for thy name's sake: for our backslidings are many; we have sinned against "Or can the heavens give blame our sin on anyone else. teacher is telling the truth? Verses 1-6: Drought and famine were two of the judgments Moses had 7. do thou it--what we beg of Thee; interpose to remove the drought. They have wandered away from Him to worship false gods. them. God that had broken covenant with them, they have broken covenant with God. no good--( Jeremiah 8:15 ). people is broken with a great breach, with a very grievous blow": Cities are Would God listen, if they fast acknowledge their sins and the sins they learned from their fathers. Printable pdf Version of Chapter 14 A summary of the book. by the sword, and by the famine, and by the pestilence.". I might add "And their nobles have sent their little ones to the waters: they came to the pits, [and] found no … Ironically, they petitioned Him to still and could do no work. confess. _gaq.push(['_trackPageview']); "Both the prophet and the cisterns, or to the deep wells. a mother hind to do. They 7:18). Chapter 14 God sends a message through Jeremiah: Judah's under siege totally demoralized. What lie had their leaders This is what Jeremiah not to pray for these people. (Psalm 130:7). probably on account of the want of rain, and the dearth or famine, a fast was This word should be used especially of the withholding of rain because rain is in those regions of all things the one chiefly needed ( Jeremiah 17:8 , Margin). them. })(); "Both the prophet and the It is our responsibility to In verse 7, their ___________ Day Two Gratitude in the Face of Disappointment "Yet the Lord, the God of Israel, chose me from my whole family to be the King over Israel." CHAPTER 14. Jeremiah is telling God that their teachers and leaders had taught them a lie. plea from Jeremiah. 'https://ssl' : 'http://www') + '.google-analytics.com/ga.js'; Jeremiah had warned not “break” His covenant with them, when in fact they had broken the covenant. Jeremiah 14:17 "Therefore thou shalt say this word unto them; Let mine eyes run |  By which he was 1. streets of Jerusalem, because of the famine and the sword": Those dying of the “O Lord”: Jeremiah (from 14:7 meaning either is, that the nobles in Jerusalem sent their own children to get Yet he could not make nor give a single drop. . advised not to intercede for his people (11:4); yet he cannot help pleading for Because they could not work the earth with their plough, and were obliged to sit 2-6 — He describes the condition of the land in the drought. The plants have dried up The disjunctive "or" favors CALVIN'S explanation: "Not even the heavens themselves can give rain, much less can the idol vanities." 9:4). Not the evil of sin, but the var _gaq = _gaq || []; "He will now remember their down with tears night and day, and let them not cease: for the virgin daughter upon them, and to affect them with them. themselves nor others from the judgments which the Lord had said should come And therefore, expostulates with him upon it, as the disciples with our Lord "Why shouldest thou be as a Jeremiah speaks of this Hebrew nation as the virgin daughter. itself, and milk for its young. This drought has spread to the Jeremiah 14:11 "Then said the LORD unto me, Pray not for this people for [their] the wind like dragons; their eyes did fail, because [there was] no grass.". What effect did this have on the plowmen? an appeal and an argument that he would not in his wisdom act towards them in 22. vanities--idols ( Deuteronomy 32:21 ). only help. They have committed The drought came during the reign of ________________. relations being cut off with them, as follows: "Them, their wives, nor their These are known as Jeremiah’s ‘confessions’. the people themselves to repent and return to God. to him. "Do not disgrace the throne of And which they sometimes did through fear, These are his people. They'll worship God with full devotion, and won't just go through the motions while actually wishing they were home watching "Real Housewives of Jericho." thy covenant--( Psalms 106:45 , Daniel 9:19 ). It It is our responsibility to make The main thing this is saying bring rain. Jeremiah 14:10 "Thus saith the LORD unto this people, Thus have they loved to 12:15). They are remembering Thus--So greatly. 14:7). ", Through the violent heat of God does not "For there was no rain in the found no water": Their servants came according to order to the pools and They covered their heads.. 18. "Because there was no grass": loved--( Jeremiah 5:31 ). Verses 14-18: The excuse was _____, have walked away from God. _____, have walked away from God. Their leaders are telling them [art] not thou he, O LORD our God? "And when they offer burnt the lies are _____________ for _____ _____ ______. 29:3; 32:2), “crocodiles,” with their wide gaping jaws. nothing to stop it. It may sometimes seem to be "And as a wayfaring man": Or yet thou, O LORD, [art] in the midst of us, and we are called by by these metaphors, as if he was, or at least seemed, careless of his people. “Dearth”: Jeremiah seems to 3 The nobles send their servants for water; they go to the cisterns. 5. "Shall be cast out in the Hoping they would have brought water with them Or, is broken; and crumbles into dust. assured peace--solid and lasting peace. on these false prophets fits their false prophecies. By sword and famine . having never been taken since it was in the hands of the people of Judah. What lie had their leaders Jeremiah urges that much of the guilt of the people is due to the false prophets' influence. It was of no use at all to accept them": Therefore though they pray, and cry, and fast, God will not accept 15. David Jeremiah wrote this book to chronicle “his experience” with near terminal cancer. to Home Page  |  Return the burnt offering. their menial servants, their subjects, as the Targum renders it, to get them a "Break not thy covenant with Aelianus says, the harts in Syria are bred on the highest mountains, Amanus, repent, but they did not. prayer in the nine first verses. We see from this that those drought. 23. Chapter 14 The Great Drought Chapter 15 The Remnant and Jehovah Chapter 16 Expulsion and Return Chapter 17 The Remnant's Position Chapter 18 - 19 God's Sovereignty Chapter 20 Persecution of Jeremiah Chapter 21 - 22 Judgment over the House of David Chapter 23 The Evil Shepherds of Israel Chapter 24 The Way of Life and of Death Chapter 25 persons ashamed, or as mourners used to do, being full of anguish and distress bury them": Either through want of ability of body or substance, or through want for a night, and is gone in the morning. Those who listen and believe for the sparing of Judah nor will He respond to their prayers since unrepentance This is thought to relate to the first captivity in the time of Jehoiakim, when He will not accept any offering or sacrifice from them. iniquity, and visit their sins": But by his punishment of them for their sins, people, the prophet has a doleful lamentation put into his mouth, to pronounce who listen and believe the lies, are responsible for their own sins as well. email us at: Lord's own time to give it. How does God fit the This hath made that variety of sense revelation mentioned (Jer. 14:1), as an answer to the prophet’s complaint and Jeremiah The prophets had promised peace, but there will be no peace. That larger unit has several sub-units. The false prophets promised heads--( 2 Samuel 15:30 ). In time, God would send His Son as Savior of all mankind. unyielding sinful people (verses 11-12). good.". 3:17). It is possible today to seed clouds so that they create rain. numerous sins he was resolved to punish them. cause rain? sword . things which might justly render them abominable, and being what was abhorrent 10. The meaning is, that he would abundantly punish them for Who did the nobles send for water? This is a comparison of a virgin daughter being killed their behalf, he was inexorable. have a voice in them, to call upon them to weeping and lamentation also. not to _______ for them. “Verses 14:1 – 17:18: Jeremiah Jeremiah seemed to put forth the excuse that the people cannot help it since the Again, we see God telling want Jeremiah praying for these people, so Jeremiah must stop. for the mother hind to do? And therefore, would not be any Which were mountains on the borders of the land of Canaan. God will not answer this prayer, because the . the people of the best fashion were carried into captivity. The word in 2-6). ga.src = ('https:' == document.location.protocol ? The invasion came during the reign of _______________. Or, "the expectation of Israel"; whom they looked for to come. 17:12). done for want of rain. (20-28) Their false confidence. called by thy name--( Daniel 9:18 Daniel 9:19 ) as Thine own peculiar people ( Deuteronomy 9:29 ). point that not even the nobles have water to drink. A lot of the wickedness that angered God was the constant worship of false idols and gods, and the sacrifices they were burning to them. . . God did not bring the problems on glorious habitation, by suffering the city and the temple, and the Ark in it, to God will hold the leaders responsible for the lies they teach, 4. The word in var ga = document.createElement('script'); ga.type = 'text/javascript'; ga.async = true; else. 15: Chapter 16 "Sympolical. then, they will not only have problems with invaders, but with drought, as well. 12. which the margins of our Bible have. cry--of distress ( 1 Samuel 5:12 , Isaiah 24:11 ). But God declares his purpose to punish, forbidding Jeremiah to pray for the people, Jeremiah 14:10-12. our fathers: for we have sinned against thee.". And to tell them, There were curses if they did not obey God. broken, when his church and people are in distress and affliction. "They returned with their as not to know what to say or do. "traveler". Here begins that Divine "They were ashamed and They having no servants to attend them, these being put away . If the sense of the Hebrew verb be retained, I would with English Version understand the words as referring to the exile to Babylon; thus, "the prophet and the priest shall have to go to a strange land to practise their religious traffic ( Isaiah 56:11 , Ezekiel 34:2 Ezekiel 34:3 , Micah 3:11 ). their daughters". evil of punishment. v. 7 — Jeremiah confesses, “We have sinned,” but to no avail. Who is Jeremiah calling the Jeremiah 14:13 "Then said I, Ah, Lord GOD! prophet; but adds two other judgments, the sword and pestilence. will be their punishment. and worldwide famine. His name. Go to Previous the plowmen were ashamed, they covered their heads. ( Jeremiah 17:13 ). What was the Word of the Lord that came to Jeremiah concerning? turneth aside to tarry for a night?". Date of Writing: The Book of Jeremiah was written between 630 and 580 B.C. a time of heat and drought, which is the case here (see Psalm 29:9). The prophet is by God directed And of despising the prophets, and listening to the false ones (see Jer. black--that is, they mourn (blackness being indicative of sorrow), ( Jeremiah 8:21 ). We see Jeremiah trying to In verse 17, we see Jeremiah punishment for their sin? 14 Then the LORD said to me, 'The prophets are prophesying lies in my name. 14:5), and implies a larger and ranker herbage 14. thy name; leave us not.". prayer, the prayer that punishment may be averted, is unavailing and unaccepted. Article Images Copyright © 2020 Getty Images unless otherwise indicated. They could not do anything to benefit the people who worshipped In their distress none of the idols of the Gentiles could help them, nor could the heavens give rain of themselves. Which, together there would be quickly just reason and occasion for incessant grief and sorrow falls, are made by him, who restrains and gives it at His pleasure. also means to treat or regard with contempt. He was sent as a prophet to the last surviving tribe of Israel, Judah, in a time of political and spiritual decay. the lies are _____________ for _____ _____ ______. He was born during an age of blessing and restoration as King Josiah reinstituted God ’s law in the land and freed them from the oppression of Assyria. But he will Literally, "peace of truth" ( Isaiah 39:8 ). HORSLEY translates, "go trafficking about the land (see Jeremiah 5:31 , Margin; 2 Corinthians 4:2 , 2 Peter 2:3 ), and take no knowledge" (that is, pay no regard to the miseries before their eyes) ( Isaiah 1:3 , 58:3 ). How does the author answer the hath thy soul loathed Zion? resolved to consume them. This is expected goodness of the great God Proud member Which was called upon them, And because of the drought. 6. wild asses--They repair to "the high places" most exposed to the winds, which they "snuff in" to relieve their thirst. rain; though the name of one of their idols was Jupiter Imbrius, or Pluvius, the peace. All rights reserved. why hast thou smitten us, and [there is] no healing for us? for anyone. is dear to the Lord, so to his people. sons, nor their daughters": Or rather, "they", "their wives, and their sons, and "For I will pour their The reason of such uncommon usage God to stop the drought by reminding Him this is His people. prophets would suffer for their own sins (verses 14-15), but so would the people "For we have sinned against such manner as though he was. Other Books of the Bible It is to cause the people to return to the courses, notwithstanding all counsels and arguments used with them to the virgin daughter? midst of us": Having his residence and dwelling in the temple at Jerusalem; and Savior”, well agree with him (1 Tim. "Leave us not": In our Those who listen and believe Really they are responsible for their own actions. What effect did this have on the plowmen? out in the streets of Jerusalem. This is a time of great These shall die by the famine and the sword, and shall be cast priest go about into a land that they know not": Meaning Babylon. this first exchange that; (1) He must judge Judah for We see chronic sinfulness; and. God's covenant with Abraham, but they forget they had to remain faithful to God The enemy will try to rob us of our joy. What was Jeremiah trying to do The reference is, not to the faith of Israel which had almost ceased, but to the promise and everlasting covenant of God. it. iniquity, and visiting their sins on them? 7:16; as if these were his _____________ ______. following description shows: "That prophecy in my name, and 13. sort of creatures there were great plenty in Judea and the parts adjacent. cannot save? Or to go on with their farming as nothing could be Book of Jeremiah Menu  Who is Jeremiah calling the They are dissatisfied with what they have. He described them as a wound that nothing could heal (Jeremiah 15:18). 20. Respect seems to be had to the mercy seat upon the Ark, over which were But Jeremiah wanted the *LORD to know that the people laugh at him and at his message. sent them, when they saw them come with their empty vessels. This is an unnatural thing for "Art not thou he, O Lord our Astonished, and so surprised temple, in the Holy of Holies. Compiled & Edited by BST & Crosswalk Staff, Commentary Critical and Explanatory on the Whole Bible, California - Do Not Sell My Personal Information. Chapter "I will not accept them": (1-8) Their revolt beyond example. 36:9). Jeremiah reminds God that these are His people, called by . 11. drought came during the reign of Jehoiachin as well. Jeremiah 14:1-22. the field; of which see (Job 39:1). indifferent as a stranger or overnight visitor (verse 8). himself (see Acts 14:17). famine were empty or occupied by mourners. These were deceits spawned from the prophets’ lying hearts. “WHEN YOUR WORLD FALLS APART” by David Jeremiah. is a loving creature to its mate, so very careful of its young, and preparation wickedness upon them": Or, "their evil upon them". That is, such of them as gave God?" Jeremiah 14:20 "We acknowledge, O LORD, our wickedness, [and] the iniquity of What was an unnatural thing None of the ________ ______ the sword, and by the famine, and by the pestilence": The Lord not only before her time. "dumb"; that will give no answer to our prayers. they prophesy unto you a false vision and divination, and a thing of nought, and warns that in the Tribulation period will come the Antichrist, followed by war question of verse 19? They, of their ______ ______ even already before his eyes the doleful spectacle of their miseries. for the mother hind to do? to Top. distress and trouble, but deliver us out of it. decide who is telling the truth. 11:14), the saddest, sternest part of the prophet’s work is to feel that even Revelation chapter 6 perhaps is saying, do not let the temple be destroyed. 16. not to destroy His people for the sake of His own reputation among the nations. They have not drought that caused a famine. them, their own sins brought the problems. 22. Once more we see an urgent merchants go about countries to trade. They will be utterly destroyed but they are not virgins. testified against them. The prophets keep telling them, 'You will not see the sword or suffer famine. And so Jerusalem here, it Their fathers had sinned, and they had imitated them, and continued in and foundation of hope of all good things, both here and hereafter. . 1 John 4:1 "Beloved, believe They will wait for the return of God's blessings upon them. Read 5:14–31. Why is God remembering their and which they called upon. have walked away from God. 1. and pray? Jerome 28:4 (NIV) family devotional week one: looking back in gratitude Eat This Book Read Proverbs Chapter 17 Jeremiah 14 … sufficient one, for sorrow and mourning. 3. to speak still of the calamities of this people as a thing past, though yet to And this carries in it When they prayed and cried aloud, and made a great "And forsook it": Which, as it Jeremiah repents and mourns, PROPHECIES ON THE OCCASION OF A DROUGHT SENT IN JUDGMENT ON JUDEA. Which would abundantly prove the thou, and thou only, canst give rain. do not like to stay with God. • Verses 14:1-12 have to do with a great drought. Jeremiah 14:7 "O LORD, though our iniquities testify against us, do thou [it] 18. go about--that is, shall have to migrate into a land of exile. Chapter Contents. The everlasting and unchangeable He, or I AM. will pour their wickedness upon them.". He is only there This is said by the prophet, because they could not support them, the famine being so sore. and pray? Wherever name": The people of God, the Israel of God, and the like. "Remember; thy people, Zion, Instead of praying for the the sun, and want of rain. their sins, and as they deserved, though not exceeding the bounds of justice. It is not no healing--( Jeremiah 15:18 ). Copyright © 2020, Bible Study Tools. testified against them. (Read Jeremiah 14:17-22) Jeremiah acknowledged his own sins, and those of the people, but pleaded with the Lord to remember his covenant. . As Baal, in the times Why is God remembering their Pastor Paul LeBoutillier of Calvary Chapel Ontario (Oregon) teaches through the Bible from the Hebrew (Old Testament) book of Jeremiah vessels empty": Just as they came. The false prophets, as the of affection. None of these could give a shower of were not sent by him. worship of the One true God. Verse 14 Jeremiah had spoken about his troubles. that whatsoever their false prophets told them, yet he so certainly knew the 21. Also, the heavens from whence it descends, and the earth on which it We cannot How can you determine if a Their sin is so great, God must punish them. Jeremiah 14:1 "The word of the LORD that came to Jeremiah concerning the They deserved to be abhorred, they had done those However, God rejects not every spirit, but try the spirits whether they are of God: because many than that on which the hind fed. 18: Chapter 19 "Jeremiah, Prayer, The Potter's Bottle." proclaimed (see Jer. Verses 14:19 to 15:2: The Lord identified, they speak in God’s name, but give a message contrary to His though he does not, it is proper and necessary oftentimes to pray in this manner burnt offering and an oblation, I will not accept them: but I will consume them ( Jeremiah 9:1 , Lamentations 1:16 ). calamities were but just and righteous, since all were guilty both of idolatry. He prays for God’s mercy but He also holds the individuals responsible for what they learn. as if these were his _____________ ______. Jeremiah repents and mourns, all is well. Our covenant God and Father, Jeremiah's request. them despite their wronging of him (compare 11:18-23). from him. God expostulates with his people. Jeremiah 14:6 "And the wild asses did stand in the high places, they snuffed up the deceit of their heart.". ga.src = ('https:' == document.location.protocol ? What did they do, when they found no water? She ordinarily would keep her calf until the bitter end. assured peace in this place.". "Therefore the Lord doth not (14-19) The sins of Judah. forgot what they have done. The same appeal to God's mercy, "for His name's sake," as our only hope, since our sin precludes trust in ourselves, occurs in Psalms 25:11 . ... “I will not listen when they call to Me because of their disaster” (12:14). Insight 777 on Jeremiah 14 Verse 22, God created rain and the natural system of water evaporation and warm-cool air pressures that create storms. Jeremiah 14:2 "Judah mourneth, and the gates thereof languish; they are black thee.". loves them, but they brought this on themselves. This is just another example I sent them not": Made use of his name, pretending his authority, though they Very A sign of humiliation and mourning. Who were sensible great confluence of water, and plenty of it. Or that they sent land of Judea only, not of the whole earth. From the field, the prophet’s virgin daughter? the idols of the Gentiles, called vanities, because it was a vain thing to apply not be in this land; By sword and famine shall those prophets be consumed.". could bring rain. water for them. therefore we will wait upon thee: for thou hast made all these [things].". teacher is telling the truth? 11:14). It is a little late to F. Backsliding nation judged by drought and famine, Chapters 14, 15. the vials of his wrath would be poured out upon them. for these people? false prophets are gone out into the world.". up with what happens to His people (verses 7, 9). ... • In chapter … And wander in a land wherein they were foreigners. 7. looking so hard for grass and there was no grass. ( Jeremiah 5:12 Jeremiah 5:13 ). "Dearth" means drought. Jeremiah 14:1-22 . sense seems to be, that priests and prophets (though accounted sacred persons), therefore, was not a stranger and foreigner among them. stranger in the land": Or, a "sojourner"; who abides but for a while. Of these . And their nobles have sent their little ones to the waters: they came to the pits, and found no water; … dearth.". In verse 17, we see Jeremiah Chapters 49 to 51 Chapter 52: The spirit of the book: The Book of the Prophet Jeremiah has a different character from that of Isaiah. The "hind," famed for her affection to her young, abandons them. (function() { controversy with them. Whatever they have said or can the heavens give showers? the Hebrew wdto, which we translate go So that they and their relatives all dying, we looked for peace, Five rounds or exchanges occur (14:7-12; 9. astonied--like a "mighty man," at other times able to help ( Isaiah 59:1 ). They covered their heads; as before (see Jer. They also will be punished according to the sin they have committed. and [there is] no good; and for the time of healing, and behold trouble!". could not refrain shedding tears night and day in great abundance. God would not answer Jeremiah's prayer The people are suffering terribly, and petitioning the Lord for relief. 26. eye turns to the bare hill-tops of the “high places,” and sees a scene of like "The Savior thereof in time of 29. They true Israel of God, and of them that believe.

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