Jeremiah sees his prophecies fulfilled. Babylon Brought Low Though God uses Babylon to judge the nations, they too will be judged for their own wickedness. Prophecy comes to pass when Persia destroys Babylon.
King Jehoiachin is allowed to eat with the Babylonian king. Illustrated Poster of the Respective Book. This week, we dive into the book of Jeremiah and his message of judgment against Judah. Moses delivers his final words of warning and wisdom to the Israelites before they enter the promise You'll get this book and many others when you join Bible Gateway Plus. Starting your free trial of Bible Gateway Plus is easy.
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Isaiah 66 Jeremiah 2. Chapter 16 The utter ruin of Judah is foreseen—Israel is rejected and scattered for serving false gods—Fishers and hunters will gather Israel again, and the people will serve the Lord—The gospel is to be restored. Chapter 17 The captivity of Judah comes because of sin and forsaking the Lord—Hallow the Sabbath day; doing so will save the people; otherwise they will be destroyed. Chapter 19 The Lord will bring evil upon Judah—They sacrifice their children to Baal—In the siege they will eat the flesh of their sons and daughters. Chapter 20 Jeremiah is smitten and put in the stocks—He prophesies that all Judah will be taken captive by Babylon.
Chapter 21 Jeremiah foretells the siege, captivity, and destruction of Jerusalem—Zedekiah is to be taken captive by Nebuchadrezzar. Chapter 23 The remnants of Israel will be gathered in the last days—The Branch, who is the King the Messiah , will reign in righteousness—False prophets who teach lies will be cursed.
Chapter 24 Zedekiah and the people of Judah will be cursed and scattered—Some will be gathered back from Chaldea to serve the Lord. Chapter 25 Captive Judah will serve Babylon for seventy years—Various nations will be overthrown—In the last days, all the inhabitants of the earth will be at war.
Chapter 26 Jeremiah prophesies the destruction of the people—For this he is arraigned, tried, and then acquitted.
Prophetic vocation and message
Chapter 28 Hananiah prophesies falsely that the Babylonian yoke will be broken. Chapter 29 Jeremiah tells the Jews in Babylon to prepare for seventy years of captivity—Those remaining in Jerusalem will yet be scattered—Shemaiah prophesies falsely and is cursed. Chapter 30 In the last days, Judah and Israel will be gathered to their own lands—David, their king the Messiah , will reign over them. Chapter 31 In the last days, Israel will be gathered—The Lord declares that Ephraim has the birthright as the firstborn—The Lord will make a new covenant with Israel, to be inscribed in the heart—Then all Israel will know the Lord.
Chapter 32 Jeremiah is imprisoned by Zedekiah—The prophet purchases land to symbolize the return of Israel to their land—The Lord will gather Israel and make an everlasting covenant with them. Chapter 34 Jeremiah prophesies the captivity of Zedekiah—The people of Judah will be removed into all the kingdoms of the earth. Chapter 35 The Rechabites are commended and blessed for their obedience. Chapter 36 Baruch writes the prophecies of Jeremiah and reads them in the house of the Lord—Jehoiakim, the king, burns the book, and judgment comes upon him—Jeremiah dictates the prophecies again and adds many more.
Chapter 37 Jeremiah prophesies that Egypt will not save Judah from Babylon—He is cast into a dungeon—Zedekiah transfers him to the court of the prison. Chapter 38 The rulers cast Jeremiah into a muddy dungeon—He is freed by Ebed-melech, an Ethiopian, and put in the court of the prison—Jeremiah counsels Zedekiah concerning the war.
Chapter 39 Jerusalem is taken, and the people are taken captive—Jeremiah and Ebed-melech, the Ethiopian, are preserved. Chapter 40 The king of Babylon makes Gedaliah governor over the remnant left in Judah—Jeremiah is freed and dwells among them. Chapter 41 Ishmael kills Gedaliah and carries the people of Mizpah captive—They are rescued by Johanan.
Chapter 42 Jeremiah promises Johanan and the remnant of Judah peace and safety if they remain in Judah, but the sword, famine, and pestilence if they go to Egypt. Chapter 44 Jeremiah prophesies that the Jews in Egypt, save a small remnant, will be destroyed because they worship false gods.
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Chapter 45 Jeremiah promises Baruch that his life will be preserved. Chapter 46 Jeremiah prophesies the conquest of Egypt by Babylon—Jacob will be saved and will return to his own land.
Chapter 47 Jeremiah foretells desolation and destruction upon the Philistines. Chapter 48 Judgment and destruction will come upon the Moabites for their contempt of God. Chapter 50 Babylon will be destroyed and never rise again—The scattered people of Israel will be brought again into the lands of their inheritance.