SEV Biblia, Chapter 30:1 Â¶ Palabra que vino a Jeremías del SEÑOR, diciendo:
Clarke's Bible Commentary - Jeremiah 30:1 Verse 1. The word that came to Jeremiah from the Lord] This prophecy was delivered about a year after the taking of Jerusalem; so Dahler. Dr. Blayney supposes it and the following chapter to refer to the future restoration of both Jews and Israelites in the times of the Gospel; though also touching at the restoration from the Babylonlsh captivity, at the end of seventy years. Supposing these two chapters to be penned after the taking of Jerusalem, which appears the most natural, they will refer to the same events, one captivity shadowing forth another, and one restoration being the type or pledge of the second.
Matthew Henry Commentary
Troubles which shall be before the restoration of Israel. (Jer 30:1-11) Encouragement to trust Divine promises. (Jer. 30:12-17) The blessings under Christ, and the wrath on the wicked. (Jer. 30:18-24)
Jer. 30:1-11 Jeremiah is to write what God had spoken to him. The very words are such as the Holy Ghost teaches. These are the words God ordered to be written; and promises written by his order, are truly his word. He must write a description of the trouble the people were no in, and were likely to be in. A happy end should be put to thes calamities. Though the afflictions of the church may last long, the shall not last always. The Jews shall be restored again. They shal obey, or hearken to the Messiah, the Christ, the Son of David, their King. The deliverance of the Jews from Babylon, is pointed out in the prophecy, but the restoration and happy state of Israel and Judah, when converted to Christ their King, are foretold; also the miseries of the nations before the coming of Christ. All men must honour the Son a they honour the Father, and come into the service and worship of God by him. Our gracious Lord pardons the sins of the believer, and breaks of the yoke of sin and Satan, that he may serve God without fear, in righteousness and true holiness before him all the remainder of his days, as the redeemed subject of Christ our King.
Jer. 30:12-17 When God is against a people, who will be for them? Wh can be for them, so as to do them any kindness? Incurable griefs ar owing to incurable lusts. Yet, though the captives suffered justly, an could not help themselves, the Lord intended to appear for them, and to punish their oppressors; and he will still do so. But every effort to heal ourselves must prove fruitless, so long as we neglect the heavenl Advocate and sanctifying Spirit. The dealings of His grace with ever true convert, and every returning backslider, are the same in effect a his proceedings to the Jews.
Jer. 30:18-24 We have here further intimations of the favour of God for them after the days of their calamity have expired. The proper work an office of Christ, as Mediator, is to draw near unto God, for us, as the High Priest of our profession. His own undertaking, in compliance with his Father's will, and in compassion to fallen man, engaged him. Jesu Christ was, in all this, truly wonderful. They shall be taken agai into covenant with the Lord, according to the covenant made with their fathers. "I will be your God:" it is his good-will to us, which is the summary of that part of the covenant. The wrath of God against the wicked is very terrible, like a whirlwind. The purposes of his wrath as well as the purposes of his love, will all be fulfilled. God wil comfort all that turn to him; but those who approach him must have their hearts engaged to do it with reverence, devotion, and faith. Ho will they escape who neglect so great salvation __________________________________________________________________
Original Hebrew הדבר 1697 אשׁר 834 היה 1961 אל 413 ירמיהו 3414 מאת 853 יהוה 3068 לאמר׃ 559