Major Prophets - Jeremiah/Lamentations

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"Yaweh establishes"

meaning of the name Jeremiah

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627 B.C. - 582 B.C.

dates for Jeremiah

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from mother's womb

When Jeremiah was ordained to the prophetic office

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Jeremiah

most psychological prophet

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True

True/False: Jeremiah was from a priestly line.

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20

age at which Jeremiah began his ministry

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586 B.C.

fall of Jerusalem

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Baruch

scribe who assisted Jeremiah

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"weeping prophet"

another name for Jeremiah

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unconditional surrender

Jeremiah's one continual theme tat set him apart from other OT prophets

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Hilkiah

Jeremiah's father

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66

number of times word "heart" is used in Jeremiah

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Christ

falsely believed to be Jeremiah come back to life

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1.) similar historical setting 2.) message for Israel and world 3.)from high tradition 4.)accused of political treason 5.)tried, persecuted, imprisoned 6.) foretold destruction of Temple

six ways in which Jesus and Jeremiah were similar

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Jerusalem

city both Jeremiah and Jesus wept over

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destruction of Temple

what both Jeremiah and Jesus foretold

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political treason

what Jeremiah and Jesus were both accused of

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Habakkuk, Zephaniah, Daniel, Ezekiel

four writing prophets who also ministered during Jeremiah's ministry

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7

number of kings of Judah that ruled during Jeremiah's ministry

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discovery of Mosaic Law in Josiah's 18th year

last spiritual revival of Judah

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Chapter 2-45

chapters focused on judgment on Judah

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Chapters 46-51

chapters focused on judgment on Gentileations

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judgment on Judah

theme of Chapters 2-45

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judgment on Gentile nations

theme of chapters 46-51

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Babylon

more references to this nation in Jeremiah than anywhere else in the world

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iron pillar, bronze wall

what God promised to make Jeremiah

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awake tree

another name for the almond tree

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first tree to bud and bear fruit

why the almond tree is called the "awake tree"

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north

direction the boiling pot was facing in Jeremiah's vision

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Babylonians

the people the boiling pot represented

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Jeremiah 1:10

verse serving as the summation of Jeremiah's message--both of judgment and blessing

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13

number of messages of judgment in Jeremiah

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9

number of general messages of judgment

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4

number of specific messages of judgment

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priests, pastors, prophets

three groups of people Jeremiah singles out

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1.) animal that broke its yoke 2.)good vine turned corrupt and wild 3.)irremovable stain 4.)animals in heat looking for a mate

Four pictures describing Judah's insatiable lust for idols

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Valley of Hinnom

where the Jews would sacrifice their own children

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towns

Judah had as many gods as _______________.

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a woman who divorced her first husband and remarried, never to return to her first husband

what Jeremiah likens Judah's spiritual adultery to

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to find one righteous person

why God told Jeremiah to "run ye to and fro" throughout Jerusalem

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chapters 7-10

chapters for Jeremiah's Temple address

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Solomon's Temple still standing, miraculous delivery from Sennacherib a century earlier

why Jews thought God would not punish them

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"The Temple of the LORD"

what the people chanted three times in a row as a talisman or good luck charm

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Ishtar

Babylonian goddess of fertility, represented as Mary in Catholicism

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dug up and spread like dung

what Jeremiah said would happen to the nobles bones'

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trade language of that day, wanted all to understand message of judgment

why Jeremiah 10:11 is written in Aramaic

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1.) no marriage or children 2.) no funeral meals/ceremonies 3.)no entering houses with feasts

three restrictions placed on Jeremiah

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Valley of Hinnom

also served as the city dump

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"valley of slaughter"

what God renamed the Valley of Hinnom

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toph

Hebrew word for "drum", often used as another word for hell

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Pashur

chief governor/high priest who ordered the first recorded physical act of violence against Jeremiah

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Linen belt and bottles

symbolic act God had Jeremiah perform to gain the people's attention and show their complacency towards their spiritual condition

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how God would smash/destroy Judah

what the smashing of the bottles in the symbolic act with the linen belt and bottles represented

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millennial reign

When Israel will be returned to the land and enjoy God's blessing

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Sabbath Law of 7yr Land Rest

one command Jeremiah focuses on that shows how far the people had departed from God

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ease, tranquility

meaning of the name Pashur

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hope of repentance replaced with certain judgment

how Jeremiah's message changes after the violence ordered by Pashur

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Zedekiah

sent his officials to request Jeremiah to enquire of the Lord about Nebuchadnezzar's attack on Jerusalem

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Zedekiah

last king of Judah before the 70 years of Babylonian captivity

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Shallum

son of King Josiah, only reigned 3 months before being dethroned by Egypt

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605 B.C.

first deportation to Babylon

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Jehoiakim

king whose body was dumped outside the city like a donkey

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Jehoiakim

king possibly assassinated to appease Nebuchadnezzar's wrath over the attempted rebellion

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Jehoiachin

king who was taken to Babylon after a 3 month siege of Jerusalem to live out the rest of his life

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Jehoiachin

king who would never have a son sit on the throne of David again

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538 B.C.

small number of Jewish captives return to Israel (after Cyrus' decree in 536 B.C.)

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70

number of years captivity in Babylon

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topically

how Jeremiah's messages of judgment are arranged

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536 B.C.

Cyrus decrees that the Jews may return

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full cup

what God's wrath is pictured as in Jeremiah 25

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exiles from Judah God promised to watch over and bring back to land

what the basket of good figs represented

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Zedekiah, other survivors in Israel and Egypt

what the basket of bad figs represented

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Tribulation (Rev. 6-19)

ultimate fulfillment of God's wrath

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Micah

prophet cited in defense of Jeremiah

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Urijah

faithful prophet hunted down all the way to Egypt and killed

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a yoke

represented Babylonia's rule

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True

True/False: The false prophets only proclaimed peace.

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False

True/False: The author of Lamentations is stated as Jeremiah

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Hananiah

false prophet who interrupted Jeremiah's preaching in the Temple to declare God had broken Babylon's yoke and that all of the Temple vessels, Jeconiah, and the captives would be restored in two years

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Hananiah's death, iron yoke of judgment

what Jeremiah prophesied in response to Hananiah's false prophecy

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597 B.C.

Nebuchadnezzar attacks Jerusalem (under Johoiachin), second deportation occurs

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Book of Consolation

series of prophecies offering hope to God's people, looking beyond the exile and return; written before final judgment

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1.) God will replant land with offspring of 12 tribes and silence proverbial curse 2.)internalization of Word through Holy Spirit, peoples' sin paid by Divine substitute, nation's survival guaranteed 3.)permanent place provided in Jerusalem

three aspects of the New Covenant

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purchase of his cousin's field

Jeremiah's act of obedience and action of faith that God would redeem the land for His people

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586 B.C.

Jerusalem's walls destroyed

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character of God

greatest argument for the perpetuity of Israel and her full and final restoration

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Zedekiah

king who covenanted with all the people to release all Jewish slaves, possibly to impress God

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Recabites

faithful people contrasted with Judah to show Judah's unfaithfulness

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poems

Lamentations consists of 5 ____________.

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Jehoiakim

king who burned Jeremiah's scroll and then ordered Jeremiah and Baruch be arrested

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588-586 B.C.

siege of Jerusalem, ending in its destruction

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Nebuchadnezzar

destroyed Jerusalem in 586 B.C.

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3

number of times Jerusalem's destruction is mentioned elsewhere in the OT

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30 months

length of Nebuchadnezzar's final siege of Jerusalem

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Ebed-melech

God promised comfort to him because he proved his trust in God by interceding for Jeremiah's life

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Nebuzaradan

Babylonian officer familiar with Jeremiah's ministry

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Gedaliah

who the Babylonian officer Nebuzaradan urged Jeremiah to find protection under

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Ishmael son of Nethanial

assassin sent by Ammon who killed Gedaliah and the Babylonia soldiers stationed at Jerusalem

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Johanan

chased after caravan of captives trying to flee back to Ammon

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Azariah, Johanan

accussed Jeremiah of lying when he prayed for 10 days and told them to return to Jerusalem, not flee to Egypt

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