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  • PARALLEL BIBLE - Jeremiah 31:34


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    King James Bible - Jeremiah 31:34

    And they shall teach no more every man his neighbour, and every man his brother, saying, Know the LORD: for they shall all know me, from the least of them unto the greatest of them, saith the LORD; for I will forgive their iniquity, and I will remember their sin no more.

    World English Bible

    and they shall teach no more every man his neighbor, and every man his brother, saying, Know Yahweh; for they shall all know me, from the least of them to the greatest of them, says Yahweh: for I will forgive their iniquity, and their sin will I remember no more.

    Douay-Rheims - Jeremiah 31:34

    And they shall teach no more every man his neighbour, and every man his brother, saying: Know the Lord: for all shall know me from the least of them even to the greatest, saith the Lord: for I will forgive their iniquity, and I will remember their sin no more.

    Webster's Bible Translation

    And they shall teach no more every man his neighbor, and every man his brother, saying, Know the LORD: for they shall all know me, from the least of them to the greatest of them, saith the LORD: for I will forgive their iniquity, and I will remember their sin no more.

    Original Hebrew

    ולא
    3808 ילמדו 3925 עוד 5750 אישׁ 376 את 853 רעהו 7453 ואישׁ 376 את 853 אחיו 251 לאמר 559 דעו 3045 את 853 יהוה 3068 כי 3588 כולם 3605 ידעו 3045 אותי 853 למקטנם 6996 ועד 5704 גדולם 1419 נאם 5002 יהוה 3068 כי 3588 אסלח 5545 לעונם 5771 ולחטאתם 2403 לא 3808 אזכר 2142 עוד׃ 5750

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    VERSE (34) -
    1Th 4:9 Heb 5:12 1Jo 2:27

    SEV Biblia, Chapter 31:34

    Y no enseñará más ninguno a su prójimo, ni ninguno a su hermano, diciendo: Conoced al SEÑOR: porque todos me conocerán, desde el más pequeño de ellos hasta el más grande, dijo el SEÑOR; porque perdonaré su maldad, y no me acordaré más de su pecado.

    Clarke's Bible Commentary - Jeremiah 31:34

    Verse 34. And they shall
    teach no more] It shall be a time of universal light and knowledge; all shall know God in Christ, from the least to the greatest; the children shall be taught to read the New Covenant, and to understand the terms of their salvation.

    I will forgive their iniquity] It shall be a time of GENERAL PARDON; multitudes shall be daily in the Christian Church receiving the witness of God's Spirit, and in their life and conversation witnessing a good confession. How wonderfully is this prophecy fulfilled in the age of Bibles, Sunday schools, and village preaching.


    Matthew Henry Commentary
    The
    restoration of Israel. (Jer. 31:1-9) Promises of guidance an happiness; Rachel lamenting. (Jer. 31:10-17) Ephraim laments his errors. (Jer. 31:18-20) The promised Saviour. (Jer. 31:21-26) God' care over the church. (Jer. 31:27-34) Peace and prosperity in gospe time. (Jer. 31:35-40)

    Jer. 31:1-9 God assures his people that he will again take them int covenant relation to himself. When brought very low, and difficultie appear, it is good to remember that it has been so with the churc formerly. But it is hard under present frowns to take comfort from former smiles; yet it is the happiness of those who, through grace, ar interested in the love of God, that it is an everlasting love, from everlasting in the counsels, to everlasting in the continuance. Thos whom God loves with this love, he will draw to himself, by the influences of his Spirit upon their souls. When praising God for what he has done, we must call upon him for the favours his church needs an expects. When the Lord calls, we must not plead that we cannot come for he that calls us, will help us, will strengthen us. The goodness of God shall lead them to repentance. And they shall weep for sin with more bitterness, and more tenderness, when delivered out of their captivity, than when groaning under it. If we take God for our Father and join the church of the first-born, we shall want nothing that is good for us. These predictions doubtless refer also to a futur gathering of the Israelites from all quarters of the globe. And the figuratively describe the conversion of sinners to Christ, and the plain and safe way in which they are led.

    Jer. 31:10-17 He that scattered Israel, knows where to find them. It is comfortable to observe the goodness of the Lord in the gifts of providence. But our souls are never valuable as gardens, unless watere with the dews of God's Spirit and grace. A precious promise follows which will not have full accomplishment except in the heavenly Zion Let them be satisfied of God's loving-kindness, and they will be satisfied with it, and desire no more to make them happy. Rachel i represented as rising from her grave, and refusing to be comforted supposing her offspring rooted out. The murder of the children a Bethlehem, by Herod, Matt. 2:16-18, in some degree fulfilled thi prediction, but could not be its full meaning. If we have hope in the end, concerning an eternal inheritance, for ourselves and thos belonging to us, all temporal afflictions may be borne, and will be for our good.

    Jer. 31:18-20 Ephraim (the ten tribes) is weeping for sin. He is angr at himself for his sin, and folly, and frowardness. He finds he cannot by his own power, keep himself close with God, much less bring himsel back when he is revolted. Therefore he prays, Turn thou me, and I shal be turned. His will was bowed to the will of God. When the teaching of God's Spirit went with the corrections of his providence, then the wor was done. This is our comfort in affliction, that the Lord thinks upo us. God has mercy in store, rich mercy, sure mercy, suitable mercy, for all who seek him in sincerity.

    Jer. 31:21-26 The way from the bondage of sin to the liberty of God' children, is a high-way. It is plain, it is safe; yet none are likel to walk in it, unless they set their hearts towards it. They ar encouraged by the promise of a new, unheard-of, extraordinary thing; creation, a work of Almighty power; the human nature of Christ, forme and prepared by the power of the Holy Ghost: and this is here mentione as an encouragement to the Jews to return to their own land. And comfortable prospect is given them of a happy settlement there Godliness and honesty God has joined: let no man think to put the asunder, or to make the one atone for the want of the other. In the love and favour of God the weary soul shall find rest, and the sorrowful shall find joy. And what can we see with more satisfactio than the good of Jerusalem, and peace upon Israel?

    Jer. 31:27-34 The people of God shall become numerous and prosperous In Heb. 8:8,9, this place is quoted as the sum of the covenant of grac made with believers in Jesus Christ. Not, I will give them a new law for Christ came not to destroy the law, but to fulfil it; but the la shall be written in their hearts by the finger of the Spirit, a formerly written in the tables of stone. The Lord will, by his grace make his people willing people in the day of his power. All shall know the Lord; all shall be welcome to the knowledge of God, and shall have the means of that knowledge. There shall be an outpouring of the Holy Spirit, at the time the gospel is published. No man shall finall perish, but for his own sins; none, who is willing to accept of Christ's salvation.

    Jer. 31:35-40 As surely as the heavenly bodies will continue their settled course, according to the will of their Creator, to the end of time, and as the raging sea obeys him, so surely will the Jews be continued a separate people. Words can scarcely set forth more strongl the restoration of Israel. The rebuilding of Jerusalem, and it enlargement and establishment, shall be an earnest of the great thing God will do for the gospel church. The personal happiness of every tru believer, as well as the future restoration of Israel, is secured by promise, covenant, and oath. This Divine love passes knowledge; and to those who take hold upon it, every present mercy is an earnest of salvation __________________________________________________________________


    Original Hebrew

    ולא 3808 ילמדו 3925 עוד 5750 אישׁ 376 את 853 רעהו 7453 ואישׁ 376 את 853 אחיו 251 לאמר 559 דעו 3045 את 853 יהוה 3068 כי 3588 כולם 3605 ידעו 3045 אותי 853 למקטנם 6996 ועד 5704 גדולם 1419 נאם 5002 יהוה 3068 כי 3588 אסלח 5545 לעונם 5771 ולחטאתם 2403 לא 3808 אזכר 2142 עוד׃ 5750


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