Published July 25, 2007
by Kessinger Publishing, LLC .
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||216|
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Jeremiah/his life and times "The word which came to Jeremiah from the LORD, saying, Arise, and go down to the potter's house, and there I will cause thee to hear My words. Then I went down to the potter's house, and, behold, he wrought a work on the wheels. Jeremiah was called, early in life, to serve during King Josiah of Judah's 13th reigning year in B.C. At the time of his calling he was young (possibly 20 years old) and initially protested to God that his youth prohibited him from doing his will. He was not allowed to have a wife or children (Jeremiah - . In any case, it seems that Jeremiah’s times and his book were chaotic. On the large-scale, the book does have a discernable structure. The first 19 chapters contain messages of judgment that progress with increasing intensity. Chapter 20 relates a personal crisis in the life and ministry of Jeremiah. In Jeremiah chapter 38 verses , we read how God provided Ebed-melech, an Ethiopian eunuch, to save Jeremiah’s life. Ebed-melech went bravely to Zedekiah and pleaded to be allowed to help Jeremiah. Zedekiah granted his request. In verse 11 we see the care and thoughtfulness that Ebed-melech demonstrated. The suction of the mud would be strong.
A prophet’s life is never easy, but Jeremiah had an especially rough as the Weeping Prophet, Jeremiah was a prophet to the southern kingdom of Judah in the Old Testament, right before Judah ultimately fell to Babylon and was led away into captivity. God sent Jeremiah to a crumbling nation to warn of their impending demise – a warning they didn’t r, Jeremiah’s most. Life and times. Jeremiah was born and grew up in the village of Anathoth, a few miles northeast of Jerusalem, in a priestly family. In his childhood he must have learned some of the traditions of his people, particularly the prophecies of Hosea, whose influence can be seen in his early messages.. The era in which Jeremiah lived was one of transition for the ancient Near East. As a result, Jeremiah was despised as a traitor, and his life was often endangered. Once, when the people decided that Jeremiah must die, God interceded, declaring that they would die instead (Jeremiah –23). Jeremiah frequently opposed the king’s favored prophets, gaining more adversaries in high places. The prophet Jeremiah’s life and times In the 13th year of King Josiah of Judah (around B.C.), God called Jeremiah when he was still a youth, (verse 2). In fact, God had already set Jeremiah apart for the office of a prophet before he was even born, in order to take God’s words to all Israel and to the nations (verse 5).