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    1 Jeremiah expresses the desolation of Judah for their idolatry. 11 He prophesies their destruction, who commit idolatry in Egypt. 15 The obstinacy of the Jews; 20 for which Jeremiah threatens them; 29 and for a sign prophesies the destruction of Egypt. VERSE 1 - Cir. A.M. 3433. B.C. 571. The word. Dahler supposes this discourse to have been delivered in the seventeenth or eighteenth year after the taking of Jerusalem. - concerning. * Jer 42:15-18; 43:5-7 - Migdol. See on ch. * Jer 46:14 Ex 14:2 Eze 29:10 *Heb: - Tahpanhes. {Tahpanhes,} rendered [ ] and [ ] by the LXX., is no doubt the [ ] of Herodotus, a royal city of Lower Egypt, situated, according to the Itinerary of Antoninus, sixteen miles south from Pelusium, from which it was called Daphn' Pelusic'. Forster says that there is now a place situated in the vicinity of Pelusium called Safnas, which may be a vestige of the ancient name. It appears to have been the very first town in Egypt, in the road from Palestine, that afforded tolerable accommodation for the fugitives. It was at this place that, according to Jerome and several of the ancients, tradition says the faithful Jeremiah was stoned to death by these rebellious wretches, for whose welfare he had watched, prayed, and suffered every kind of indignity and hardship. * Jer 43:7 Eze 30:18 - Tehaphnehes. - Noph. * Jer 2:16; 46:14,19 Isa 19:13 Eze 30:16 - Pathros. * Ge 10:14 - Pathrusim. * Isa 11:11 Eze 29:14; 30:14 VERSE 2 - Ye have. See on ch. * Jer 39:1-8 Ex 19:4 De 29:2 Jos 23:3 Zec 1:6 - a desolation. * :22; 4:7; 7:34; 9:11; 25:11; 34:22 Le 26:32,33,43 2Ki 21:13 * Isa 6:11; 24:12; 64:10,11 La 1:1,16; 5:18 Mic 3:12 VERSE 3 - of their. * Jer 2:17-19; 4:17,18; 5:19,29; 9:12-14; 11:17; 16:11,12; 19:3,4; 22:9 * Ezr 9:6-11 Ne 9:33 La 1:8; 4:13 Eze 8:17,18; 9:9; 22:25-31 * Da 9:5 Zec 7:12,13 - gods. * De 13:6; 29:26; 32:17 VERSE 4 - I sent. * Jer 7:13,25; 25:3,4; 26:5; 29:19; 32:33; 35:17 2Ch 36:15 Zec 7:7 - this. * Jer 16:18 Eze 8:10; 16:36,47 1Pe 4:3 Re 17:4,5 VERSE 5 - they. See on ch. * Jer 7:24 2Ch 36:16 Ps 81:11-13 Isa 48:4,18 Zec 7:11,12 Re 2:21,22 - burn. * :17-21 - See on ch. * Jer 19:13 VERSE 6 - my fury. * Jer 4:4; 7:20; 21:5,12; 36:7; 42:18 Le 26:28 Isa 51:17,20 Eze 5:13 * Eze 6:12; 8:18; 20:33; 24:8,13 Da 9:12 Na 1:2 - wasted. See on ver. * :2,3 Isa 6:11 VERSE 7 - against. * Jer 7:19; 25:7; 42:20 *marg: * Nu 16:38 Pr 1:18; 5:22; 8:36; 15:32 Eze 33:11 Hab 2:10 - to cut. * :8,11; 9:21; 51:22 Jos 6:21 Jud 21:11 - child. * De 32:25 1Sa 15:3; 22:19 La 2:11 - Judah. Heb. the midst of Judah. to leave. * :12,14,27,28 VERSE 8 - ye provoke. See on ch. * Jer 25:6,7 De 32:16,17 2Ki 17:15-17 Isa 3:8 1Co 10:21,22 Heb 3:16 - that ye might cut. * :7 Eze 18:31,32 - a curse. * :12; 18:16; 24:9; 26:6; 29:18; 42:18 1Ki 9:7,8 2Ch 7:20 Isa 65:15 * La 2:15,16 VERSE 9 - ye forgotten. * Jos 22:17-20 Ezr 9:7-15 Da 9:5-8 - wickedness. Heb. wickedness, or punishments, etc. the wickedness of your. * :15-19; 7:17,18 VERSE 10 - are not. * Jer 8:12 Ex 9:17; 10:3 1Ki 21:29 2Ch 12:6-12; 32:26; 33:12,19; 34:27 * Da 5:20-22 Jas 4:6-10 1Pe 5:6 - humbled. Heb. contrite. * 2Ki 22:19 Ps 34:18; 51:17 Isa 57:15; 66:2 Eze 9:4 - neither. * Jer 10:7; 36:24 Ex 9:30 Pr 8:13; 14:16; 16:6; 28:14 Ec 8:12,13 * Mal 4:2 Mt 27:54 Lu 23:40 Ro 11:20 Re 15:4 VERSE 11 - I will. * Jer 21:10 Le 17:10; 20:5,6; 26:17 Ps 34:16 Eze 14:7,8; 15:7 Am 9:4 VERSE 12 - I will take. * Jer 42:15-18,22 - from the. * Ho 4:6 - and they shall be. See on ver. * :8; 29:22 Isa 65:15 VERSE 13 * :27,28 - See on ch. * Jer 11:22; 21:9; 24:10; 42:18; 43:11 VERSE 14 - So. It is evident from ver. 28, that some Jews were to escape the general destruction in Egypt, and to return into their own country, though but a few; and the same thing is implied in the latter clause of this verse. But the former part excludes from the number of those who should escape every individual of those who are properly termed "the remnant of Judah;" those who had willingly and rebelliously "set their faces to go into the land of Egypt to dwell there," on a presumption that they knew better than God how to consult their own restoration. The few, then, who were destined to escape, were to be such as had come into the land of Egypt with Johanan by compulsion, or had previously fled thither, or in some other less offensive manner, and chanced to be there when the storm burst upon them. - which are. * Isa 30:1-3 - shall escape. * :27 - See on ch. * Jer 42:17 Mt 23:33 Ro 2:3 Heb 2:3 - which they. * Jer 22:26,27; 42:22 - have a desire. Heb. lift up there soul. for none. * :28 Isa 4:2; 10:20 Ro 9:27; 11:5,6 VERSE 15 - all the. * Jer 5:1-5 Ge 19:4 Ne 13:26 Pr 11:21 Isa 1:5 Mt 7:13 2Pe 2:1,2 VERSE 16 - we. * Jer 16:15-17; 8:6,12; 18:18; 38:4 Ex 5:2 Job 15:25-27; 21:14,15 * Ps 2:3; 73:8,9 Isa 3:9 Da 3:15 Lu 19:14,27 VERSE 17 - whatever. * :25 Nu 30:2,12 De 23:23 Jud 11:36 Ps 12:4 Mr 6:26 - queen of heaven. or, frame of heaven. As the Sun was worshipped, not only under the name of {baal shamayim,} "Lord of heaven," but also by that of {Molech,} or King; it is likely also that the Moon was adored as {melecheth hashshamayim,} "the Queen of heaven." So the Orphic hymn addressed to the Moon begins [ ], Hear, goddess Queen. And Homer, in his Hymn to the Moon, addresses her, [ ] All hail, Queen, goddess. In Epiphanius, we find some women of Arabia, towards the end of the fourth century, had set up another queen of heaven, the Virgin Mary, too well known since under that name and character, whom they likewise worshipped as a goddess, by holding stated assemblies every year to her honor, and by offering a cake of bread in her name; whence these heretics were called Collyridians, from the Greek [ ,] a cake. * Jer 7:18 2Ki 17:16 - as we. * Jer 19:13; 32:29-32 2Ki 22:17 Ne 9:34 Da 9:6-8 - our fathers. * Ne 9:34 Ps 106:6 Eze 20:8 Da 9:5,6,8 1Pe 1:18 - in the cities. See on ver. * :9,21 - then. * Ex 16:3 Isa 48:5 Ho 2:5-9 Php 3:19 - victuals. Heb. bread. VERSE 18 - we have. See on ch. * Jer 40:12 Nu 11:5,6 Job 21:14,15 Ps 73:9-15 Mal 3:13-15 VERSE 19 - we burned. See on ver. * :15; 7:18 - without. * Ge 3:6,11,12,16,17 De 7:3,4 1Ki 21:25 2Ch 21:6 Pr 11:21 * Mr 6:19-27 - men. or, husbands. VERSE 20 - the men. * Jer 43:6 VERSE 21 - and in. * :9,17; 11:13 Eze 16:24 - did. * Jer 14:10 1Sa 15:3 1Ki 17:18 Ps 79:8 Isa 64:9 Eze 21:23,24 Ho 7:2 * Am 8:7 Re 16:19; 18:5 VERSE 22 - could. * Jer 15:6 Ge 6:3,5-7 Ps 95:10,11 Isa 1:24; 7:13; 43:24 Eze 5:13 * Am 2:13 Mal 2:17 Ro 2:4,5; 9:22 2Pe 3:7-9 - your land. See on ver. * :2,6,12; 18:16; 24:9; 25:11,18,38; 26:6; 29:19 1Ki 9:7,8 La 2:15,16 * Da 9:12 VERSE 23 - ye have burned. See on ver. * :8,18,21; 32:31-33 2Ch 36:16 La 1:8 1Co 10:20 2Co 6:16 - nor walked. * Ps 150 119:150 - nor in his statutes. * Ps 155 119:155 - nor in his testimonies. * Ps 78:56 - therefore. * 1Ki 9:9 Ne 13:18 Da 9:11,12 VERSE 24 - Hear. * :16; 42:15 1Ki 22:19 Isa 1:10; 28:14 Eze 2:7 Am 7:16 Mt 11:15 - all Judah. * :15,26; 43:7 Eze 20:32,33 VERSE 25 - Ye and. See on ver. * :15-19 Isa 28:15 Jude 1:13 - We will. * Mt 14:9 Ac 23:12-15 - ye will. * Job 34:22 Jas 1:14,15 VERSE 26 - I have sworn. * Jer 46:18 Ge 22:16 Nu 14:21-23,28 De 32:40-42 Ps 89:34 Isa 62:8 * Am 6:8; 8:7 Heb 3:18; 6:13,18 - that my name. * Ps 50:16 Eze 20:39 Am 6:10 - The Lord God. * Jer 4:2; 5:2; 7:9 Isa 48:1,2 Zep 1:4,5 VERSE 27 - will watch. * Jer 1:10 - See on ch. * Jer 21:10; 31:28 Eze 7:6 - shall be. * :12,18 2Ki 21:14 VERSE 28 - a small. * :14 Isa 10:19,22; 27:12,13 - shall know. * :16,17,25,26,29 Nu 14:28,29,41 Ps 33:11 Isa 14:24-27 * Isa 28:16-18; 46:10,11 La 3:37,38 Zec 1:6 Mt 24:35 - mine, or theirs. Heb. from me or them. VERSE 29 - a sign. * :30 1Sa 2:34 Mt 24:15,16,32-34 Mr 13:14-16 Lu 21:20,21 * Lu 21:20,21,29-33 - my words. * Pr 19:21 Isa 40:8 VERSE 30 - I will. * Jer 43:9-13; 46:13-26 Eze 29:1-26 30:26; 31:18; 32:1-32 - as I. * Jer 34:21; 39:5-7; 52:8-11 2Ki 25:4-7 GOTO NEXT CHAPTER - TSK INDEX & SEARCH

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