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Jeremiah: (a) (5th century BCE) A contemporary of Zephaniah and Huldah, son of the High Priest Hilkiah. His melancholy prophecies concerning the forthcoming destruction of the first Holy Temple and the Babylonian exile were viewed by many as treasonous, and resulted in his incarceration. Authored the book of the Tanach that bears his name, as well as the Books of Kings and Lamentations. (b) A common Jewish name.
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Jeremiah (3)
Jeremiah's Background, Israel's Ingratitude, True Glory, Faith
The lamentations of Jeremiah the prophet
Crying over the Destruction
Says the prophet Jeremiah in Lamentations, “For these things I weep.” Where were the rest of the Jewish people when Jeremiah was mourning the destruction of the Holy Temple?
Zedekiah's Rebellion, Jeremiah's Advice Ignored, Jeremiah Thrown Into Prison, Jeremiah Thrown Into Mudpit, Capture of Jerusalem
Joiakim Is Dethroned, Jeremiah's Letter to the Exiles
The tale of Solomon's Temple, Israel's glory, and its eventual debasement. The prophets went unheeded, and the result was a destroyed nation and a burnt house of G-d.
For an informed reading of Jeremiah 1:1–2:3
“Jeremiah was a descendant of one who had a rotten past but later mended her ways. It was fitting for him rebuke the Jews, who came from good descent gone in rotten ways.”
A commentary on the haftarah of the first day of Shavuot
The haftarah for the first day of Shavuot See Zohar Chadash, parshat Yitro, where we learn that Ezekiel had his vision on Shavuot. is Ezekiel’s vision of the Divine Chariot. Ezekiel 1:1-28, 3:12. We are told that at the Giving of the Torah (which Shavuot ...
For an informed reading of Jeremiah 7:21–28, 9:22–23
The prophet admonishes the people who, while possibly observing the command itself, were taking it totally out of its desired context.
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