The historical background for Jer 30 was the promise
of the return of the captives from
The spiritual meaning of Jer 30 was that it applies to the conversion of the saints in the NT time.
What is the meaning of, (Lit) "The Lord hath appeared from far unto me"? (Jer 31:3)
Does God's everlasting love apply to Jeremiah only? (Deut 7:7-9, )
How does this verse apply to us? (Psalm 103:17, Isa 45:17, II Thes 2:13-14, John 6:44)
Is this interpretation strengthened by, (Lit) "Therefore with mercy have I drawn thee"?
What is mercy? What is grace?
Why does God say: "O virgin of
What are tabrets?
What has planting
vineyards upon the mountains of
Who are the watchmen on
I thought the Samaritans lived there? (II Kings 17:5-8, 22-34, 40-41, Ezek 36;1, 8-10, 22-24)
And what has
But who, in God's eyes, are really "the remnant
Why would they sing and be glad "for Jacob"? (Micah 2:12)
Why should they "Shout among the chief of the Gentiles"?
In whose estimation were they "chief"?
Hear ye, praise ye, and say (within your heart) "O Lord, save Thy people".
Four categories: Blind, Lame, Pregnant woman and Woman in labor, are people incapacitated from making such a journey, in order to show that salvation is entirely by the activity of God
Jer 23:5-8, 29:12-14, Psalm 107:1-3, Isa 43:5-7, Ezek 34:11-16, Matt 12:18-21, Isa 42:1-4.
Historically who is in view with "a great company"?
Spiritually who is in view with "a great company"?
They "shall return thither"? Where is that?