Jer 30:10ff 2/2/2003

  • Does Jer 30:9 speak about the NT time?

Therefore fear thou not (Jer 30:10), because what shall come to pass in that day . ?

Who does "my servant Jacob" represent?

Who does "Israel" represent?

Who does "thy seed" represent?

What is the land of their captivity?

Jacob shall return, to where?

When shall (or did) this return take place?

 

  • What is the "For" there for? (Jer 30:11)

Who is God speaking to?

What is this time that God will make a full end of all nations?

But God will not make a full end of ?

God will correct Israel in judgment?

God will not leave Israel unpunished?

 

  • What is the "For" there for? (Jer 30:12)

Which bruise and which wound is God talking about?

Who is God speaking to?

 

  • Who is God referring to with "none" (Jer 30:13)

What binding up is this referring to?

What are the healing medicines?

 

  • Whom do "All thy lovers" represent? (Jer 30:14)

Again, what is the "for" there for?

Who has wounded who, and to what extent?

What is (or was) the chastisement of a cruel one?

What is the multitude of thine iniquity?

Because thy sins are many?

 

 

 

 

Jer 30:15ff 2/16/2003

  • Who is God speaking to in verse 15? (Jer 30:15)

What is meant by: "Why criest thou for thine breach"?

What is meant by: "Thy sorrow is incurable"?

What is meant by: "for the multitude of thine iniquity"?

What is meant by: "because thy sins were increased"? (Rom 7:13)

What is meant by: "I have done these things unto thee"?

Who has done what unto whom? (Ref ?)

 

  • What is the "Therefore" there for? (Jer 30:16)

Who is being devoured by whom?

Who are all the adversaries?

What is the penalty for all the adversaries? (Jer 10:25)

To whom is health restored by the Lord? (Jer 30:17)

Who calls whom an outcast?

What are they saying? (Psalm 44:13-16, 79:9-11, Lam 2:15)

Are we the castaways from the Devil?

 

  • I will turn back the captivity of Jacob's tents? (Jer 30:18)

Why does God have pity on Jacob's tents? Tents?

Why does God have mercy on Jacob's dwelling places?

Which city shall be rebuilt upon her own ruins? (Jer 31:38-40)

Which palace <0759> shall remain after the judgment <04941> thereof?

Does Jer 31:38-40 refer to this rebuilding of the city?

Does I Chron 29:1,19 refer to the same palace?

 

  • Out of who shall proceed thanksgiving? (Jer 30:19)

God shall multiply who?

God shall glorify who?

Whose "children" are in view here? (Jer 30:20) Actually "His sons".

Why is "congregation" singular? Actually "His congregation".

Why does God say: "I have numbered all that oppress them"?

 

 

 

Jer 30:21ff 3/2/2003

  • And His Leader shall be of Himself (Jer 30:21).

And His Ruler shall proceed from the midst of them, from the seed of Abraham (Heb 2:17).

He must be a "Kinsman", from the midst of them (Ruth 3:9-13).

And I have caused Him to draw near, and He has approached unto Me (Heb 9:11-14).

For who is this that pledged his heart to approach unto Me? Saith the Lord (Num 16:5).

There is NONE that seeketh after God (Rom 3:11).

 

  • And ye shall be My people, and I will be your God (Jer 30:22, 24:7, 31:1,33, Ezek 11:20, 36:28, 37:27, Hos 2:23, Zech 13:9, Rom 9:25-26, I Pet 2:10, Heb 8:10, Rev 21:3)

This is NT language. This is the language of the Covenant of Grace (Jer 31:33, Ezek 36:28)

 

  • Behold the whirlwind of the LORD (Jer 30:23, 23:19-20, II Kings 2:1, Job 38:1, 40:6, Isa 29:6)

The "Whirlwind" is used in the Bible like the "Consuming Fire" (Heb 12:29, Dan 3:25)

It is a "cutting" whirlwind, or a "destroying" whirlwind.

It shall continually fall with pain upon the head of the wicked.

What is this whirlwind?

 

  • The fierce anger of the LORD does not return until He has done it. Done what? (Jer 30:24)

What does it mean: "It shall not return"? (Isa 14:24-27)

It shall not return until He has performed the thoughts of His heart.

What will God perform? What is the "Providence of God"?

In the latter days ye shall understand it. What are the latter days? (Acts 2:17)

Why do people have to wait for the last days to understand it?

What does this tell you about the "historical interpretation" as the people of those days understood it?

 

  • At that time! What time is that? (Jer 31:1)

"I will be the God of all the families of Israel". How does God accomplish that?

And they shall be My people. Do the people have any choice in the matter?

 

  • Historically, who are the people left of the Sword? (Jer 31:2)

What historical event does Jeremiah 30 speak about?

What spiritual event does this refer to?

Which spiritual Sword had decimated the people?

They found grace in the wilderness. What does that mean?

I went to cause Israel to rest! Do we have any choice in the matter?