Jeremiah Chapter 2 Discussion


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  • Jeffrey P Barrett on Jeremiah 2
    #1 You say this Corona 19 Virus is not a plague, but it is a deep thorough sifting of the whole world, those that are loving God's presence are sure that God is not looking to kill them. As the Enslaved Jews had to vow their pledge to the living God in putting Lambs Blood on their door mantle which kept the destroyer from killing their first born. That blood represents the nature and word of Jesus that when you have your personal Pentecost experience speaking in heavenly tongues You also are acting IN Christ and God himself now is dwelling in you to finish to sinless perfection the full nature and relationship of Jesus manifesting God from your soul. So if you think to call the Virus not a plague Oh well you may hold to that God is love and yet tornados and storms come but a Perfected Christian like Jesus tells them to cease. But as in Revelations and through this Plague we see God has shut down all public churches for preaching against His and Jesus strange new thing to make us Perfect able to hang with God in our sins until those sins are no more by God's speaking to the believer and thru the reading of the bible and Perfected ministers preaching. But these God told John the Divine do not measure these false Christian churches because they are in the outer court not part of the Kingdom of God because they are saying all NO ONE IS Perfect meaning Jesus died a failure if so God wants to create Christ in each of us. They washed their garments with fullers soap and where wearing white robes meaning no sin nature of Jesus manifesting the Fathers heart mind and presence from their souls. The glory of God.

    #2 to believe that Jesus 2nd Coming refers to a time at the end of the Grace Age work of God to make you in Jesus image, sinless Perfect is a one time thing is quite unscriptural Jesus coming in the clouds refers to clouds being Ministers Perfected. Then they preach Perfection in Christ throughout the entire Grace Age starting with the apostles, thus sayeth the Lord
  • Angela on Jeremiah 2:16
    How did o the children of Noph and Tahapanes break the crown of thy head?
  • Chris - in Reply on Jeremiah 2:16
    Angela, from research, I've learned that Noph & Tahapanes were cities in Egypt; afterwards called Memphis (for Noph) & Alcairo, or Grand Cairo (for Tahapanes). At the time of Jeremiah, these cities were allies with Israel & in whom Israel put their trust when attacked. However, something happened in this alliance & these Egyptian cities turned against Israel (it may have happened when Pharoahnecho, king of Egypt went to war against the king of Assyria, & Judah's king Josiah went to help but instead was killed & his son Jehoahaz was eventually taken captive to Egypt after being temporarily crowned. You can read it in 2 Kings 23:29-35).

    So that these Egyptian cities "have broken the crown off thy head", refers to Pharoahnecho's slaying of Judah's king & making Israel subservient to Egypt.
  • Obbie Beal on Jeremiah 2
    In this chapter we again learn from GOD. We learn sins were sown by those called by GOD. After a serious consideration of all the above we should be able to reach a conclusion that in 2020 we have repeated all of the above sins. Yes, in 2020 sins again has being overwhelmingly sown globally either individually or collectively where applicable according to THE ENTIRE BOOK OF REVELATION. Therefore as GOD dealt with sins back then so shall GOD deal with sins today. Nevertheless thank GOD for John 3:16-21 the best investment ever offered to mankind. Thank GOD for life on earth and especially ETERNAL LIFE in HIS KINGDOM according to the BOOK OF REVELATION.
  • Melody williams - in Reply on Jeremiah 2
    yes, hello, I am curious; who thinks that this virus that is going around is possibly a plague?
    considering were living in the last days!! Oh by the way; God is Good!!! I am thankful for my salvation, thankful for where God has brought me from, abusive childhood, he set me free from a very abusive ex husband; He has made mw whole...
  • Alfred Gurney - in Reply on Jeremiah 2
    I don't believe this virus is a plague, but man made. When Jesus comes a second time a great trumpet will sound. This has not happened. Matthew 24:31. Also we are warned that false profits will tell us that this is a sign of end times. Not true Matthew 24:31/Revelation 1:7.
  • Tbwright on Jeremiah 2
    My pastor is currently speaking on this word. She is reminding us that God has a plan, a purpose, and a role for each of us just as He had for Jeremiah.
  • Claire on Jeremiah 2
    This chapter was brought up when I googled "What is more important, your family or soulwinning?"
    It seems very important that God's work comes first! If not at least at the same time!
  • Irene123 on Jeremiah 2
    V. 22 - we cannot save ourselves through our own works - BEFORE we repent; THEN by faith in Jesus we do the works of salvation, i.e. witnessing, church attendance (Hebrews 10:25), love, not condemnation to our fellow man, righteous living, prayer for souls, reading His Word daily. Jas. ch. "If a man have faith and not works, can faith save him? For ye se that faith without works is dead."
  • BSP on Jeremiah 2
    God gave the Israelites nothing but good things when He brought them into the Promised Land but they showed an unappreciative spirit and repaid Jehovah God's loving kindness with badness.
  • Jdironman on Jeremiah 2:12
    It could possibly mean he was talking to things greater than man. Possibly the angels was his audience, those who know the goodness and truthfulness of the Lord while those below them turned their back upon him.
  • Jdironman on Jeremiah 2:11
    It seems to me it is saying look at those who believe in Gods other than me. Have they changed their ways? Do they not yet still believe? Why have you forgotten me and why do you stray from me? Especially knowing all that he has done, and what he has commanded them.
  • RANDOLIN on Jeremiah 2
    I think the prophet Jerimiah was a man called by God;
    He was chosen to deliver the message to God's chosen people
    who had turn from God's ways to the things of the world. Even
    thought he had proven his love time and time again, they continue
    sin against Him.
    God pleaded to them to turn from their wicked ways; but instead they
    try to justify themselves that they were not doing any wrong.
  • Ian munashe murapa on Jeremiah 2
    Christ method alone is necessary in trying to win souls for Christ.Jesus preached as one who desired their good supplied their needs .Thus he won their confidence.The bible assures us that the widespread of the gospel will precipitate (speed) the second coming of Jesus Christ.Remember Mathew 28 "THIS WORD OF THE KINGDOM SHALL BE PREACHED TO AL THE WORLD AS A TESTIMONY THEN THE END SHALL COME".
  • Moses Zulu on Jeremiah 2
    This is the truth, I am blessed by the commentary, forsake not the grace of God it is peace, life and beyond life internal. Surely, let me run for my life, return ye Moses to the original love, pure and ready to answer God's call, whether I understood or not I was there for God. Return ye, remember where thou have fallen. Plead with your soul, the loving kindness of God is hear today to save.
  • Amoy on Jeremiah 2
    Is true that we're all human being? That's why they call us human being because we're all half animal and half human. Nobody's perfect in this world except Jesus! We will learn how to be a perfect human until we die still we won't be perfect.
  • Deborah on Jeremiah 2
    Suresh, I believe what verse 21 an 22 are referring is, they were given the word to know right from wrong and were cleansed in 22, but still chose to do wrong.
  • SURESH PETER on Jeremiah 2
    i need clarification on Chapter 2 verse 21 and 22
  • David on Jeremiah 2
    God made Israel victorious expanding their borders so they can protect Israel from their enamies
  • Conorh on Jeremiah 2:7
    When they had nothing they sought after God. Know God brings them to a land of plenty n they turn to idolatry
  • Insight 777 on Jeremiah 2
    Verse 18, Sihor is the name given for the river Nile. Perhaps this verse is asking Israel why they drink waters from nations that are not theirs. This can have both a spiritual and a physical meaning both being symbolic in presentation. Jesus is the living water which Israel rejects and does not drink. That is spiritual. When one drinks water physically, the water is consumed and taken into ones body. I think this verse is speaking of expansion into areas that do not belong to Israel to bring those areas into the nation of Israel. Israel attempts expansion on the basis of self protection while rejecting the fact that it is GOD that is Israel 's protection. The very act of expanding their borders puts Israel in peril. They are not putting their faith in GOD to protect them but in their own military positioning security instead.
  • Janice Bocot on Jeremiah 2:7
    God is saying, I blessed you, I 've taken you into the land of milk and honey, and you turned away from me, to serve other Gods.
  • Kyei Ernest on Jeremiah 2:20
    The main reason as Christians, we under deliverance is to become pure and serve Him whole heart , we are not delivered to go free , we are delivered to become slaves of serving Him. Because when your in the world you 're strongly slave , after deliverance you become slave for Christ too.
  • Leonard england on Jeremiah 2
    chance after chance GOD had given them a chance to repent, he pleads with them, like hes doing with AMERICA,and all unbelivers
  • Jonah kaamusiime on Jeremiah 2
    to my understanding of the chapter, God is reminding us that there is no other god who can save on earth and in heaven apart from Him.
  • Shirly on Jeremiah 2
    I believe Jeremiah Chpt 2 23 is talking about being lost and not knowing it. Like a camel wandering without a guide who swiftly runs away without any direction. Lost!
  • Rebecca Fleming on Jeremiah 2:23
    I was wondering what this passed Jeremiah 2 23 till the end ment I still dont have a clear understanding
  • Cekarhye swanson on Jeremiah 2
    This is great for kids
  • Andrew on Jeremiah 2
    To continue in sin, yet expecting the Lord's blessing is what this chapter is all about.
  • Alfred on Jeremiah 2
    verse 32:can a maid forget her ornaments? this verse tells us that we should forget about God in whatever situation we might be in but we should remember the Good things God has done to us.


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