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The Pulpit Commentary (Classic Reprint)

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  • Languages:English (Unknown), English (Original Language), English (Published)
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  • Pages:438
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  • Dimensions (in):6 x 1 x 9
  • Publication Date:July 12, 2012
  • ASIN:B008R3UJDA
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This and the thiee next chapters form a kind of book in themselves, which contrasts admirably with oh. zxri Lxxis. In the latter Jeremiah aimed at casting down the delusive hope that the time of trial would eoon be over and the captives restored; here be assumes that all are aware of the sad reality, and concentrates himself on the happier topioe of comfort ana encouragement. Oh. zxz. and xzxi. shine out among all Jeremiah sprophecies; there is a combination of softness and vigour which, even from a purely literary point of view, is most attractive. Strictly speaking, they ought to form but one chapter; they represent (as ver. 4states) the revelation from Jehovah concerning Israel and concerning Judah. It is, indeed, most touching, this yearning of the inspired prophet tor the reunion of the two branches of the nation (comp. ch. iii. 1iy. 2), A union in spirit was not enough for him; there must be a visible drawing together, to prove to all men that, as Ood is one, so his people is one. God slove is imperishable, and his election of Israel cannot be reversed. The very extent of Israel smisery ia a pledge that her God will not leave her to herself too long. And how is the restoration of Israel to be conceived 7S urely nothing less than a new covenant will satisfy the conditions of the problem a new covenant written in the heart. Something akin to this encouraging prophecy may be traced here and there in earlier JEBBMIAH II. chapters (see eh. iii 14 19; xvi. 14, 15; xxiii. 38; but here the prophet is entirely absorbed in that glorious future which could alone save him from utter despondency. Ver. 2. Write thee all the words ... in a hook. The form of expression leaves it doubtful whether a sumuiary of all Jeremiah sprevious discouroes is intended, or merely of the promises concerning Israel and Judah which he had just received. There are, no doubt, numerous al
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