Jeremiah Chapter 17 (1611 Bible)
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4 And thou, euen thy selfe shalt discontinue from thine heritage that I gaue thee, and I will cause thee to serue thine enemies in the land which thou knowest not: for yee haue kindled a fire in mine anger, which shall burne for euer.
8 For he shall be as a tree planted by the waters, and that spreadeth out her rootes by the riuer, and shall not see when heate commeth, but her leafe shall be greene, and shall not be carefull in the yeere of drought, neither shall cease from yeelding fruit.
18 Let them bee confounded that persecute me, but let not me be confounded: let them be dismayed, but let not me be dismayed: bring vpon them the day of euill, and destroy them with double destruction.
24 And it shall come to passe, if yee diligently hearken vnto me, saith the Lord, to bring in no burden through the gates of this citie on the Sabbath day, but hallow the Sabbath day, to doe no worke therein:
25 Then shall there enter into the gates of this citie kings and princes sitting vpon the throne of Dauid, riding in charets and on horses, they and their princes, the men of Iudah and the inhabitants of Ierusalem: and this citie shall remaine for euer.
26 And they shall come from the cities of Iudah, and from the places about Ierusalem, and from the lande of Beniamin, and from the plaine and from the mountaines, and from the South, bringing burnt offerings, and sacrifices, and meate offerings, and incense, and bringing sacrifices of praise vnto the house of the Lord.
27 But if you will not hearken vnto me to hallow the Sabbath day, and not to beare a burden, euen entring in at the gates of Ierusalem on the Sabbath day: then will I kindle a fire in the gates thereof, and it shall deuoure the palaces of Ierusalem, and it shall not be quenched.
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Soteria. Esekia's Jeremiah Chapter 17 comment on 3/06/2013, 11:02am...
Verse 7, I praise and give thanks to our faithful God. His word is powerful to those that believe, trust and put their hopes on his word because Jesus is the word. Salvation is already prepared for all human being that accepted him as a personal savior. And his kingdom is our home forever, I think him who trusts, believes and obeys in his word, he bless them.
Peter's Jeremiah Chapter 17 comment on 2/08/2013, 7:46am...
I noticed that in many chapter of the Bible, God makes it clear he does not want us to work on Sunday. Does he allow for exceptions? For example, if my house is burning down on Sunday, will he forgive the firemen who put it out? What about policemen and doctors? Is there a list of occupations that are exempt from this rule?
Jean's Jeremiah Chapter 17 comment about verse 14 on 1/17/2013, 7:49am...
I needed that scripture reading and located it just in time for my Bible study and salvation.
Cora Warner's Jeremiah Chapter 17 comment about verse 12 on 1/16/2013, 8:29pm...
I want to be in the sanctuary of the Glorious High Throne. My sanctuary is my prayer Room.
Clarah Ramugondo's Jeremiah Chapter 17 comment on 12/13/2012, 3:38pm...
I like to thank my heavenly father for revealing this truth and all people who are in charge with internet. May the good Lord keep on blessing you and may God add more wisdom and knowledge to everybody. Wishes of good luck on this festive season and enjoy the coming year. Thank you.
Titus Zook's Jeremiah Chapter 17 comment on 8/12/2012, 1:05pm...
Jeremiah 17:11 is a good verse to remind us that we as true Christians are not here on this earth to build material wealth, but to advance the Kingdom of God. Building treasures in Heaven is a wise investment; treasures on earth are very temporal.
Mark's Jeremiah Chapter 17 comment on 8/04/2011, 4:57am...
Jer 17:1 Pretty harsh comment concerning Isreal and what they have done. Are we any different today? Could we, current day humanity, be accused of the same?
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