Jeremiah 36:13

“Then Michaiah declared vnto them all the words that hee had heard when Baruch read the booke in the eares of the people.”

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Then Michaiah declared unto them all the words that he had heard, when Baruch read the book in the ears of the people.
- King James Version

Micaiah declared to them all the words that he had heard when Baruch read from the book to the people.
- New American Standard Version (1995)

Then Micaiah declared unto them all the words that he had heard, when Baruch read the book in the ears of the people.
- American Standard Version (1901)

Then Micaiah gave them an account of all the words which had come to his ears when Baruch was reading the book to the people.
- Basic English Bible

And Micah declared unto them all the words that he had heard, when Baruch read in the book in the ears of the people.
- Darby Bible

Then Michaiah declared to them all the words that he had heard, when Baruch read the book in the ears of the people.
- Webster's Bible

Then Micaiah declared to them all the words that he had heard, when Baruch read the book in the ears of the people.
- World English Bible

And declare to them doth Micaiah all the words that he hath heard, when Baruch readeth in the book in the ears of the people;
- Youngs Literal Bible

Then Micaiah declared unto them all the words that he had heard, when Baruch read the book in the ears of the people.
- Jewish Publication Society Bible

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Discussion for Jeremiah 36

  • Clint
    This also shows that God was the author of the bible. And he told man not to add to his book or to take away from it so if we are to be his people we must be carfull what we say or quoat . also what we call his word and what we call his Bible he only wrote one.
  • Andrew
    Deleting or adding to the word of God is what this chapter is about -- not even a king is exempt from severe punishment.
  • Frank
    Doubting God is fatal. Jehoiakim doubted God, the Prophet (Jeremiah) and the Scribe (Baruch), and acted harshly by burning his own life and safety on the fire. Be ware of prejudice.

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