Jeremiah Chapter 30 Discussion


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  • ALEX
    I like this scrip. its so appropiate for the times it answers to the woman in rev 12 in travail n birth pains.27 times in the o.t. the prophets saw the world in birth pains which is gona result from the sower and his precious seed the word planted in mankinds hearts initiating a birth of christ in us world wde th new birth covenant th book that has to be opened in the last day they sang a new song
  • Obbie Beal
    chapter 30: Jehovah / GOD, according to HIS will
  • Alex
    Jeremiah 30 v 6 Ask ye now if A MAN doth travail with child,Y DO I SEE EVERY MAN WITH HIS HANDS ON HIS LOINS AS WOMEN IN TRAVAIL WHICH IS PROPHETIC OF THE NEW COVENANT A BIRTHING COVENANT, WE MUST BIRTH CHRIST IN OUR LIVES/HEARTS/MINDS, THE CHILD IS EMANUEL TH H,G, GOD with us, thats y he always refered to himself as tHE SON OF MAN,THE WOMAN IN REV 12 IS MANKIND THAT IS GIVING BIRTH VIA HIS SEED
  • A disciple
    The immediate events of the carrying away of Babylon were done for an instruction to their perfect fulfillment in the completion of the age and the coming of Christ. The actual release of Israel from captivity under the reign of the Times of the Gentiles, will be in the day that they see Jesus coming in the clouds of heaven to save them; in the day when they once and for all shall be converted.
  • A disciple
    "Alas! for that day is great, so that none is like it: it is even the time of Jacob's trouble; but he shall be saved out of it." With the view of God's eternal power and divinity, we must recognize that time is servant to eternity, and His Words are forever until they are completely accomplished. What was begun with the carrying away of Babylon, continues to evolve until the Day of the LORD.
  • Lu2677
    Jer. 30:14 for I have wounded you with the wound of an enemy,with a chastisement of a cruel one". jeremiah 30:15 "Why criest thou for thine afflictions; thy sorrow is incurable for the multitude of thine iniquity(sin) because thy sins were increased,I have done these things to you."(God wounds, cruel one,He increased their sins) Some say"He's not cruel,doesn't hate, doesn't change.Does he change?
  • Heavenly Ambassador
    Jeremiah 30:7
    Its tells me my time to be saved, I know now am suffering but any time I will be saved in jesus name! Haleluaaa!!!!!
  • Irene123
    Who sets on what throne - is not pertinent to salvation. That's all God's business - AFTER we are saved - Acts 2:37 (what must we do?); 2:38.
  • Michael C.
    Cindyt; there are many places which speak about who will sit on thrones in the coming kingdom of God. Our Lord Jesus Christ, the King of Kings, will sit upon the throne of His glory over all the earth. David shall be raised up to sit upon his own throne, under the Lord, along with the Apostles, and Prophets, and Saints; to whom God will give the kingdom. Mt 19:28-30; Rev 20:4-6; Dan 7:27; etc.
  • Cindyt
    Michael C. David will be resurrected as all believers will be, but it is Jesus Christ Himself who will sit on David's throne. "The LORD hath sworn in truth unto DAVID; he will not turn from it; Of the fruit of thy body will I set upon THY [DAVID'S] THRONE. Psalm 132:11-12. Jesus is the seed of David--David's fruit which will sit on David's throne.
  • Michael C.
    "Here is the patience and the faith of the Saints." Every soul belongs to God, to give life, and to take it away. The present evil world cannot go on indefinitely under the dominion of the heathen. When Jesus came to the earth announcing the Glad Tidings; He began by laying down His life for our redemption and reconciliation to God; and He will complete that work by His coming in power and glory.
  • Bob K. for verse 9
    the great tribulation is coming, Jesus Christ will return. will David be resurrected to rule over the nation of Israel.
  • Kanisuru for verse 17
    Sometimes we walk with God without full knowledge of is ways, when we go against is will, He corrects us but there are some sins that can not go without repercursion this is where we have wounds and abandonment.
  • B Rivera
    "Alas! for that day is great, so that none is like it: it is even the time of Jacob 's trouble but he shall be saved out of it.Jeremiah 30:7 " This whole chapter just encouraged me, I am so glad that the Lord will come to you with a word again and again just like he did Jeremiah. I am glad that even when a day is great your in a place that you 've never been before that God is still in control and he lets us know he will save us. My preacher has preached recently on how sometimes we may go through things and it have nothing to do with us, or it may be to strengthen us, sometimes we just really do not know. But we are to keep going for the Glory of the Lord because of what He has done for us, and He has already promised that we have the victory.
  • Mary Jo
    This blessed my soul at 4 20 am on September 7, 2014. Reason being we are going thru some hard times but My God is Able and I 'm glad He woke me this early to read . I know He 's got my back
  • Sister Robinson for verse 17
    I pray that many who are sick and broken will realize that they need Jehovah God He alone can put us back on the right path.
  • Susan Van Weert
    But every effort to heal ourselves must prove fruitless, so long as we neglect the heavenly Advocate and sanctifying Spirit. The dealings of His grace with every true convert, and every returning backslider, are the same in effect as his proceedings to the Jews. I always wondered how this applied to us, the church. I 'm thankful that this commentary pins it. The words are there not so that we can judge them, but understand that the same God deals the same with all men for He is no respecter of persons. So glad to have found this key statement in the commentary "The dealings of His grace with every true convert, and every returning backslider, are the same in effect as his proceedings to the Jews. "
  • J.C.Roberts
    The Lord God Almighty in His infinite mercy sent this word unto me in 2008 when i was down with an incurable disease and restored health unto me. Today im in total heatH, no longer drug dependent HALLELLUYAH
  • Emmanuel Abara for verse 17
    This scripture give us an insight of how God works and how much he cares about us.He is compassionate and is willing to do anything for his beloved children. "O Lord grow thou in me and all thing else recede "
  • Andrew
    To Maxwell
    Yes, I believe Jacob's trouble is 3 1/2 years, not the 7 years most believed. First 3 1/2 years are Satan-inflicted, so expect God's people still around, but the latter 3 1/2 years after the 6th seal -- God's wrath -- definitely not for God's people.
  • Alice Grace for verse 17
    This scripture tells of people abandon you when you are afflicted,even those that used to be friends will leave you.But the Lord assures us here that He sees the pain we go through,it is not necessarily pain of sickness,but the pain of abandonment, God promises to heal our bodies and hearts,so that the people who forsook us will see.And when they see God has restored our health,and everything we lost,they will want to identify with us,they will look for us.
  • Chikondi
    In verse 27- He is promising to be our God: thatís awesome!! As sinners as you and I are.
  • Magira chacha nyakimahi
    in jeremia 30:3 God talking to the prophet jeremiah about, taking his people from their captivity to the promised land,when they where held in captivity in babel.
  • UNA SUNDAY for verse 7
    the passage is taking about the end of time i.e the great tribulation which is to come.
  • Maxwell
    In verse 7 God talk about the ternulation time of Israel which shall be a period of 3 1/2 years.


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