Category: Jeremiah

Questions and answers on Jeremiah 28-50 0

Jeremiah 28 to 50 Questions and Answers

Jeremiah 28-50 Questions and Answers Jeremiah 28-50 ends this book of prophecy. In these chapters, the inhabitants of Jerusalem are taken as captives into Babylon. What does “prophesieth” mean in Jeremiah 28:9? This is the progressive tense of prophecy. This is the action of presenting a prophecy as the prophet is speaking. They got the yoke off Jeremiah in Jeremiah 28. Yes, but Hananiah was a false prophet and what he said did not come to pass. He just wanted to say some good sounding news. Jer 28:15-17 “Then said the prophet Jeremiah unto Hananiah the prophet, Hear now, Hananiah;...

Jeremiah 16-27 0

Jeremiah 16-27 Questions and Answers

Jeremiah 16-27 Questions and Answers Jeremiah 16 -27 begins with God telling Jeremiah that he will not have either a wife or a family as a sign to the children of Israel because of the soon judgement that God will bring on His people. Why was God saying not to take a wife and not have sons and daughters in Jeremiah 16:1-3? The affliction that God will bring to Jerusalem is so terrible that He does not what Jeremiah to have a family there because that would just add to his grief at such a terrible time. What land was...

Questions and Answers on Jeremiah 1-8 0

Jeremiah 1-8 Questions and Answers

Book of Jeremiah – Chapters 1-8 Jeremiah 1-8 starts the book of Jeremiah. The book of Jeremiah is the second book of the major prophets.  Jeremiah was the prophet to Judah. Because of his burden seeing how the Israelites rejected God, Jeremiah is called the Weeping Prophet. What evil will come out of the north in Jeremiah 1:14? This is a reference of Nebuchadnezzar and his army of the Babylonian empire. God will always be stronger than bad people. Yes, because He created all of the people, even the bad people. What does “espousal” mean in Jeremiah 2:2? Espousal –...

Questions and answers on Jeremiah 9-15 0

Jeremiah 9-15 Questions and Answers

Jeremiah 9-15 Jeremiah 9-15 continues with the prophecies against the people of Israel since they have rejected God. Their sinful practices breaks the heart of the Godly prophet. Is this the same daughter in Jeremiah 9:1 as he was talking about in Jeremiah 8? Yes, still the nation of Israel. The people in Jeremiah 9:1-6 did not know God. They rejected God. What is “wormwood and gall to drink”? Both are very bitter liquids, so bitter that you cannot drink them. If all you had to drink was wormwood and gall you would die of dehydration. What does the LORD...