The prophet could go down only from the temple; cf. 20 “Go up to Lebanon and cry out,(AO)    let your voice be heard in Bashan,(AP)cry out from Abarim,(AQ)    for all your allies(AR) are crushed.21 I warned you when you felt secure,(AS)    but you said, ‘I will not listen!’This has been your way from your youth;(AT)    you have not obeyed(AU) me.22 The wind(AV) will drive all your shepherds(AW) away,    and your allies(AX) will go into exile.Then you will be ashamed and disgraced(AY)    because of all your wickedness.23 You who live in ‘Lebanon,[b](AZ)’    who are nestled in cedar buildings,how you will groan when pangs come upon you,    pain(BA) like that of a woman in labor! 24 “As surely as I live,” declares the Lord, “even if you, Jehoiachin[c](BB) son of Jehoiakim king of Judah, were a signet ring(BC) on my right hand, I would still pull you off. Jeremiah 17:27, where, however, the threatening is otherwise worded. 5 But if you do not obey(J) these commands, declares the Lord, I swear(K) by myself that this palace will become a ruin.’”. 12 He will die(X) in the place where they have led him captive; he will not see this land again.”, 13 “Woe(Y) to him who builds(Z) his palace by unrighteousness,    his upper rooms by injustice,making his own people work for nothing,    not paying(AA) them for their labor.14 He says, ‘I will build myself a great palace(AB)    with spacious upper rooms.’So he makes large windows in it,    panels it with cedar(AC)    and decorates it in red. Als er den Bedrängten und Armen zum Recht verhalf, da stand es gut. This is still in great measure clothed with oak thickets and, according to Buckingham, the most beautiful forest tracts that can be imagined; cf. Holy Bible, New International Version®, NIV® Copyright ©1973, 1978, 1984, 2011 by Biblica, Inc.® Used by permission. 2Kö 24,8-16). 1 Kings 9:8., and made to bear upon Jerusalem, since, along with the palace, the city too is destroyed by the enemy. Jeremiah 17:25. - Thus is to be accomplished in Jerusalem what Moses threatened, Deuteronomy 29:23; the destroyed city will become a monument of God's wrath against the transgressors of His covenant. 22 This is what the Lord says: “Go down to the palace of the king of Judah and proclaim this message there: 2 ‘Hear the word of the Lord to you, king of Judah, you who sit on David’s throne —you, your officials and your people who come through these gates. In the comparison to Gilead, Gilead can hardly be adduced in respect of its great fertility as a pasturing land (Numbers 32:1; Micah 7:14), but in virtue of the thickly wooded covering of the hill-country of Gilead on both sides of the Jabbok. (AF)16 Cover their faces with shame,(AG) Lord,    so that they will seek your name. NIV Reverse Interlinear Bible: English to Hebrew and English to Greek. So spricht der Herr: Übt Recht und Gerechtigkeit; errettet den Beraubten aus der Hand des Unterdrückers; bedrückt nicht den Fremdling, die Waise und die Witwe und tut ihnen keine Gewalt an, und vergießt kein unschuldiges Blut an diesem Ort! My heart(CL) is broken within me;    all my bones tremble. This will happen when the Lord Jesus is revealed from heaven(N) in blazing fire(O) with his powerful angels. Hat nicht dein Vater auch gegessen und getrunken und doch Recht und Gerechtigkeit geübt? 5 But if you do not obey(J) these commands, declares the Lord, I swear(K) by myself that this palace will become a ruin.’”. Copyright © 2019 by Zondervan. Denn so spricht der Herr über das Haus des Königs von Juda: Wie Gilead giltst du mir, wie ein Gipfel des Libanon — doch wahrlich, ich will dich zur Wüste machen, zu einer unbewohnten Stadt! Do no wrong or violence to the foreigner, the fatherless or the widow,(G) and do not shed innocent blood(H) in this place. A continued forest of noble trees, chiefly the evergreen oak, covers a large part of it, while the ground beneath is clothed with luxuriant grass and decked with a rich variety of wild flowers. NIV Reverse Interlinear Bible: English to Hebrew and English to Greek. Und man wird antworten: Weil sie den Bund des Herrn, ihres Gottes, verlassen und andere Götter angebetet und ihnen gedient haben! Rescue from the hand of the oppressor(F) the one who has been robbed. On "kings riding," etc., cf. Jeremiah 22 Commentary: Introduction. (CR)The prophets follow an evil course    and use their power unjustly. NIV Reverse Interlinear Bible: English to Hebrew and English to Greek. אם לא is a particle of asseveration. All rights reserved worldwide. Do no wrong or violence to the foreigner, the fatherless or the widow,(G) and do not shed innocent blood(H) in this place. (Note: In 1834 Eli Smith travelled through it, and thus writes: "Jebel 'Ajlun presents the most charming rural scenery that I have seen in Syria. Du sollst sie den Leuten in Juda und den Bürgern von Jerusalem sagen! S. 82. Genesis 22:16. 6 For this is what the Lord says about the palace of the king of Judah: “Though you are like Gilead(L) to me,    like the summit of Lebanon,(M)I will surely make you like a wasteland,(N)    like towns not inhabited.7 I will send destroyers(O) against you,    each man with his weapons,and they will cut(P) up your fine cedar beams    and throw them into the fire. The royal castle is addressed, and, in respect of its lofty situation and magnificence, is called a Gilead and a head of Lebanon. 6 For this is what the Lord says about the palace of the king of Judah: “Though you are like Gilead(L) to me,    like the summit of Lebanon,(M)I will surely make you like a wasteland,(N)    like towns not inhabited.7 I will send destroyers(O) against you,    each man with his weapons,and they will cut(P) up your fine cedar beams    and throw them into the fire. 22. (AD), 15 “Does it make you a king    to have more and more cedar?Did not your father have food and drink? Jeremiah 22:1-23:20 New International Version (NIV) Judgment Against Wicked Kings. "This house" is the royal palace. So, with the timeline of the last five kings of Judah out of the way, let’s get into the introduction to the chapter in Jeremiah 22:1-2. is a trustworthy messenger to the one who sends him; S Lev 25:17; Isa 56:1; Jer 5:1; Eze 33:14; 45:9; Hos 12:6; Am 5:24; Mic 6:8; Zec 7:9, ver 22; Jer 30:14; La 1:19; Eze 16:33-34; Hos 8:9, Dt 9:7; Ps 25:7; Isa 54:4; Jer 3:25; 31:19; 32:30, S 1Sa 25:29; S 2Ki 24:8; 2Ch 36:10; S Isa 22:17; Eze 19:9-14, Jer 10:21; 12:10; 25:36; Eze 34:1-10; Zec 10:2; Zec 11:15-17, S Ezr 9:15; S Isa 42:6; Ro 3:21-22; S 1Co 1:30, S Isa 14:1; S 43:5-6; Jer 30:10; Eze 20:42; 34:13; Am 9:14-15, Ps 28:1; 35:22; Isa 42:14; 57:11; 62:1; 64:12, S 2Ki 9:37; Isa 5:25; Jer 8:2; 9:22; 16:4; 25:33; Zep 1:17, NIV, Biblical Theology Study Bible, Comfort Print: Follow God’s Redemptive Plan as It Unfolds throughout Scripture, NIV, The Story: The Bible as One Continuing Story of God and His People, NIV, Story of Jesus: Experience the Life of Jesus as One Seamless Story, NIV, Quest Study Bible, Comfort Print: The Only Q and A Study Bible, NIV, Cultural Backgrounds Study Bible, Red Letter Edition: Bringing to Life the Ancient World of Scripture. 25 I will deliver(BD) you into the hands of those who want to kill you, those you fear—Nebuchadnezzar king of Babylon and the Babylonians.

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