Jeremiah 421 Johanan desires Jeremiah to enquire of God, promising obedience to his will.7 Jeremiah assures him of safety in Judea;13 and destruction in Egypt.19 He reproves their hypocrisy, in enquiring of the Lord that which they mean not to follow. all the.8; 40:8,13; 41:11,16; 43:4,5Jezaniah.2Ki 25:23; Eze 8:11; 11:1Jaazaniah.from.8; 5:4,5; 6:13; 8:10; 44:12; Ac 8:10came.20; Isa 29:13; 48:1; 58:1,2; Eze 14:3,4; 20:1-3; 33:31; Mt 15:8 be accepted before thee. Heb. fall before thee.36:7; 37:20; *marg:and pray.17:15,16; 21:2; 37:3; Ex 8:28; 9:28; 1Sa 7:8; 12:19,23; 1Ki 13:6Isa 1:15; 37:4; Ac 8:24; Jas 5:16left.Le 26:22; De 4:27; 28:62; Isa 1:9; La 1:1; Eze 5:3,4; 12:16Zec 13:8,9; Mt 24:22 6:16; De 5:26,29; 1Ki 8:36; Ezr 8:21; Ps 25:4,5; 27:11; 86:11Ps 143:8-10; Pr 3:6; Isa 2:3; Mic 4:2; Mr 12:13,14 Jeremiah.The princes seem to have wholly neglected Jeremiah, till on this occasion they wanted his sanction to their purpose of going to Egypt. In order to induce him to favour them, they applied to him with one consent, in the most respectful and plausible manner: they used language to prepossess him with a favourable opinion of them, and to move his compassion; and, in words expressing great humility, they entreated his prayers in their behalf, and that he would enquire of the Lord what he would have them to do. The prophet readily acquiesced; and doubted not but that he should receive an answer from God, which he would unreservedly declare to them; and they called the Lord to witness that they would implicitly follow his directions. I will pray.Ex 8:29; 1Sa 12:23; Ro 10:1whatsoever.23:28; 1Ki 22:14-16; 2Ch 18:13-15; Eze 2:7I will keep.1Sa 3:17,18; Ps 40:10; Ac 20:20,27 The Lord be.5:2; Ge 31:50; Ex 20:7; Jud 11:10; 1Sa 12:5; 20:42; Mic 1:2Mal 2:14; 3:5; Ro 1:9; Re 1:5; 3:14if we.Ex 20:19; De 5:27-29 it be good.Ro 7:7,13; 8:7that it.7:23; De 5:29,33; 6:2,3; Ps 81:13-16; 128:2; Isa 3:10 At this time he was waiting for a revelation from God in answer to the enquiries of the people; who probably thus delayed to make known his will, in order to shew them that Jeremiah did not speak of his own mind, but when and as he was directed. The delay was also suited to give time for consideration, and to retard their rash project; and, as it would render them impatient, it tended to detect their hypocrisy, and to shew more clearly their determined rebellion against God. Ps 27:14; Isa 28:16; Hab 2:3 Johanan.1; 40:8,13; 41:11-16; 43:2-5 unto.2; 2Ki 19:4,6,20-37; 22:15-20 abide.Ge 26:2,3; Ps 37:3then.24:6; 31:28; 33:7; Ps 69:35; 102:16; Eze 36:36; Ac 15:16for I.18:7-10; 26:19; Ex 32:14; De 32:36; Jud 2:18; 2Sa 24:16; Ps 106:45Ho 11:8; Joe 2:13; Am 7:3,6; Jon 3:10; 4:2 afraid.27:12,17; 41:18; 2Ki 25:26; Mt 10:28for I.1:19; 15:20; De 20:4; Jos 1:5,9; 2Ch 32:7,8; Ps 46:7,11; Isa 8:8-10Isa 41:10; 43:2,5; Mt 28:20; Ac 18:10; Ro 8:31; 2Ti 4:17 Ne 1:11; Ps 106:45,46; Pr 16:7 10; 44:16; Ex 5:2 we will go.41:17; 43:7; De 29:19; Isa 30:16; 31:1nor hear.4:19,21; Ex 16:3; 17:3; Nu 11:5; 16:13 If.If ye are determined to go into Egypt, the evils which ye dreaded by staying in your own land shall overtake and destroy you there; "and there shall ye die." God turned the policy of the wicked to their own destruction; for while they thought themselves safe in Egypt, there Nebuchadnezzar destroyed both them and the Egyptians. 17; 44:12-14; Ge 31:21; De 17:16; Da 11:17; Lu 9:51 that the sword.13; 44:13,27; De 28:15,22,45; Pr 13:21; Eze 11:8; Am 9:1-4Zec 1:6; Joh 11:48follow close. Heb. cleave. there ye.44:11,12,27 it be with all the men. Heb. all the men be. they shall.22; 24:10; 44:14none.44:28 As mine.The people had witnessed the tremendous effects of the wrath of God, in the siege and destruction of Jerusalem; and had they not been past feeling, this denunciation must have made their ears tingle, and appalled their very souls. 6:11; 7:20; 39:1-9; 52:4-11; 2Ki 25:4-7; 2Ch 34:25; 36:16-19La 2:4; 4:11; Eze 22:22; Da 9:11,27; Na 1:6; Re 14:10; 16:2-21ye shall be.18:16; 24:9; 25:9; 26:6; 29:18,22; 44:12; De 29:21,22; 1Ki 9:7-9Isa 65:15; Zec 8:13and ye shall see.22:10-12,27 Go.God knew, that such was their miserable propensity to idolatry, that they would adopt the idolatrous worship of Egypt. Add to which, their going thither for protection was in effect refusing to submit to the king of Babylon, to whom God had decreed the rule of Judah and the neighbouring kingdoms. De 17:16; Isa 30:1-7; 31:1-3; Eze 17:15know.38:21; Eze 3:21; Ac 20:26,27admonished you. Heb. testified against you.De 31:21; 2Ch 24:19; Ne 9:26,29,30; Ac 2:40; Eph 4:17; 1Th 4:6 For ye.God made known to the prophet their dissimulation; which he shunned not to declare to them. 3:10; 17:10; Ps 18:44; 65:3; Eze 14:3,4; 33:31; Mt 22:15-18,35Ga 6:7dissembled in your hearts. Heb. have used deceit againstyour souls. Nu 16:38; Jas 1:22Pray.2 I have.De 11:26,27; Eze 2:7; 3:17; Ac 20:20,26,27but.7:24-27; De 29:19; Zec 7:11,12 know.17; 43:11; Eze 5:3,4; 6:11in the.Ho 9:6to go and to sojourn. or, to go to sojourn.
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