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Share this page:. When I First Saw Myself Reflected on Screen. Handsome men. Well hello, Mr. However, the Lord revealed the conspiracy to Jeremiah, protected his life, and declared disaster for the men of Anathoth.
A priest, Pashur the son of ben Immer , a temple official in Jerusalem, had Jeremiah beaten and put in the stocks at the Upper Gate of Benjamin for a day.
After this, Jeremiah laments the travails and mockery that speaking God's word have caused him. While Jeremiah was prophesying the coming destruction, he denounced a number of other prophets who were prophesying peace.
According to the book of Jeremiah, during the reign of King Zedekiah, The Lord instructed Jeremiah to make a yoke with the message that the nation would be subject to the king of Babylon.
The prophet Hananiah took the yoke off Jeremiah's neck and broke it, prophesying that within two years the Lord would break the yoke of the king of Babylon, but Jeremiah prophesied in return: "You have broken the yoke of wood, but you have made instead a yoke of iron.
Jeremiah was sympathetic to, as well as descended from, the Northern Kingdom. Many of his first reported oracles are about, and addressed to, the Israelites at Samaria.
He resembles the northern prophet Hosea in his use of language and examples of God's relationship to Israel.
Hosea seems to have been the first prophet to describe the desired relationship as an example of ancient Israelite marriage, where a man might be polygynous, while a woman was only permitted one husband.
Jeremiah often repeats Hosea's marital imagery. The Biblical narrative portrays Jeremiah as being subject to additional persecutions. After Jeremiah prophesied that Jerusalem would be handed over to the Babylonian army, the king's officials, including Pashur the priest, tried to convince King Zedekiah that Jeremiah should be put to death for disheartening the soldiers and the people.
Zedekiah allowed them, and they cast Jeremiah into a cistern , where he sank down into the mud. The intent seemed to be to kill Jeremiah by starvation, while allowing the officials to claim to be innocent of his blood.
The Babylonians released Jeremiah, and showed him great kindness, allowing him to choose the place of his residence, according to a Babylonian edict.
Jeremiah accordingly went to Mizpah in Benjamin with Gedaliah , who had been made governor of Judea. Johanan succeeded Gedaliah , who had been assassinated by an Israelite prince in the pay of Ammon "for working with the Babylonians.
In Jewish rabbinic literature , especially the aggadah , Jeremiah and Moses are often mentioned together,  their life and works being presented in parallel lines.
The following ancient midrash is especially interesting, in connection with Deuteronomy , in which "a prophet like Moses" is promised: "As Moses was a prophet for forty years, so was Jeremiah; as Moses prophesied concerning Judah and Benjamin, so did Jeremiah; as Moses' own tribe [the Levites under Korah] rose up against him, so did Jeremiah's tribe revolt against him; Moses was cast into the water, Jeremiah into a pit; as Moses was saved by a slave the slave of Pharaoh 's daughter ; so, Jeremiah was rescued by a slave Ebed-melech ; Moses reprimanded the people in discourses; so did Jeremiah.
The Book of Jeremiah plays a foundational role in Christian thought as it presages the inauguration of a new covenant, [Jeremiah ] to which the New Testament testifies.
There are about forty direct quotations of the book in the New Testament, most appearing in Revelation in connection with the destruction of Babylon.
Of the Gospel writers, Matthew is especially mindful of how the events in the life, death and resurrection of Jesus fulfill Jeremianic prophecies.
As with many other prophets of the Hebrew Bible , Jeremiah is also regarded as a prophet in Islam. Although Jeremiah is not mentioned in the Quran , Muslim exegesis and literature narrates many instances from the life of Jeremiah and fleshes out his narrative, which closely corresponds with the account given in the Hebrew Bible.
Muslim literature narrates a detailed account of the destruction of Jerusalem , which parallels the account given in the Book of Jeremiah. Views range from the belief that the narratives and poetic sections in Jeremiah are contemporary with his life W.
Holladay , to the view that the work of the original prophet is beyond identification or recovery R.
See the extensive analysis in Albertz , pp. First there were early collections of oracles, including material in ch. Then there was an early Deuteronomistic redaction which Albertz dates to around BC, with the original ending to the book at There was a second redaction around BC which added much more material, up to about ch.
Then there was a third redaction around — BC, expanding the book up to the ending at Then there were further post-exilic redactions adding ch.
Although Jeremiah was often thought of traditionally as the author of the Book of Lamentations , this is probably a collection of individual and communal laments composed at various times throughout the Babylonian captivity.
Albertz considers ch. Jursa hypothesized that this reference might be to the same individual as the Nebo-Sarsekim mentioned in Jeremiah A 7th-century BCE seal of Jehucal, son of Shelemiah and another of Gedaliah, son of Pashhur mentioned together in Jeremiah ; Jehucal also mentioned in Jeremiah were found during excavation by Eilat Mazar in the city of David , Jerusalem , in and , respectively.
Pottery shards at Tel Arad were unearthed in the s that mention Pashhur , and this reference may be the same individual mentioned in Jeremiah Jeremiah has periodically been a popular first name in the United States , beginning with the early Puritan settlers, who often took the names of biblical prophets and apostles.
The name Jeremy also derives from Jeremiah. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article is about the prophet. For other uses, see Jeremiah disambiguation.
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