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  • PARALLEL BIBLE - Jeremiah 14:19


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    King James Bible - Jeremiah 14:19

    Hast thou utterly rejected Judah? hath thy soul lothed Zion? why hast thou smitten us, and there is no healing for us? we looked for peace, and there is no good; and for the time of healing, and behold trouble!

    World English Bible

    Have you utterly rejected Judah? has your soul loathed Zion? why have you struck us, and there is no healing for us? We looked for peace, but no good came; and for a
    time of healing, and behold, dismay!

    Douay-Rheims - Jeremiah 14:19

    Hast thou utterly cast away Juda, or hath thy soul abhorred Sion? why then hast thou struck us, so that there is no healing for us? we have looked for peace, and there is no good: and for the
    time of healing, and behold trouble.

    Webster's Bible Translation

    Hast thou utterly rejected Judah? hath thy soul loathed Zion? Why hast thou smitten us, and there is no healing for us? we looked for peace, and there is no good; and for the
    time of healing, and behold trouble!

    Original Hebrew

    המאס
    3988 מאסת 3988 את 853 יהודה 3063 אם 518 בציון 6726 געלה 1602 נפשׁך 5315 מדוע 4069 הכיתנו 5221 ואין 369 לנו  מרפא 4832  קוה 6960 לשׁלום 7965 ואין 369 טוב 2896 ולעת 6256 מרפא 4832 והנה 2009 בעתה׃ 1205

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    VERSE (19) -
    Jer 6:30; 15:1 2Ki 17:19,20 Ps 78:59; 80:12,13; 89:38 La 5:22

    SEV Biblia, Chapter 14:19

    ¿Por ventura has desechado enteramente a Judá? ¿Por ventura ha aborrecido tu alma a Sion? ¿Por qué nos hiciste herir sin que nos quede cura? Esperamos paz, y no hubo bien; tiempo de cura, y he aquí turbación.

    Clarke's Bible Commentary - Jeremiah 14:19

    Verse 19. We looked for
    peace] We expected prosperity when Josiah purged the land of idolatry.

    And there is no good] For we have relapsed into our former ways.


    Matthew Henry Commentary
    A drought upon the
    land of Judah. (Jer. 14:1-7) A confession of sin in the name of the people. (Jer. 14:8-9) The Divine purpose to punish is declared. (Jer. 14:10-16) The people supplicate. (Jer. 14:17-22)

    Jer. 14:1-9 The people were in tears. But it was rather the cry of their trouble, and of their sin, than of their prayer. Let us be thankful for the mercy of water, that we may not be taught to value it by feeling the want of it. See what dependence husbandmen have upon the Divine providence. They cannot plough nor sow in hope, unless God wate their furrows. The case even of the wild beasts was very pitiable. The people are not forward to pray, but the prophet prays for them. Sin is humbly confessed. Our sins not only accuse us, but answer against us Our best pleas in prayer are those fetched from the glory of God's ow name. We should dread God's departure, more than the removal of ou creature-comforts. He has given Israel his word to hope in. It become us in prayer to show ourselves more concerned for God's glory than for our own comfort. And if we now return to the Lord, he will save us to the glory of his grace.

    Jer. 14:10-16 The Lord calls the Jews "this people," not "his people. They had forsaken his service, therefore he would punish them accordin to their sins. He forbade Jeremiah to plead for them. The fals prophets were the most criminal. The Lord pronounces condemnation of them; but as the people loved to have it so, they were not to escap judgments. False teachers encourage men to expect peace and salvation without repentance, faith, conversion, and holiness of life. But thos who believe a lie must not plead if for an excuse. They shall feel what they say they will not fear.

    Jer. 14:17-22 Jeremiah acknowledged his own sins, and those of the people, but pleaded with the Lord to remember his covenant. In their distress none of the idols of the Gentiles could help them, nor coul the heavens give rain of themselves. The Lord will always have a people to plead with him at his mercy-seat. He will heal every truly repentin sinner. Should he not see fit to hear our prayers on behalf of ou guilty land, he will certainly bless with salvation all who confes their sins and seek his mercy __________________________________________________________________


    Original Hebrew

    המאס 3988 מאסת 3988 את 853 יהודה 3063 אם 518 בציון 6726 געלה 1602 נפשׁך 5315 מדוע 4069 הכיתנו 5221 ואין 369 לנו  מרפא 4832  קוה 6960 לשׁלום 7965 ואין 369 טוב 2896 ולעת 6256 מרפא 4832 והנה 2009 בעתה׃ 1205


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