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Jeremiah – Yoke

March 27, 2020

Unequally Yoked

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Jeremiah

  • Jeremiah 27: 1-11
    • Bonds and Yokes on your neck
      • Bonds: mowcer: Bands or restraints
      • Yoke: mowtah: Pole, bar of yoke (of oppression)
    • Kings
      • Edom:** “Red”, descendants of Esau
      • Moab:** “Of his father”, descendants of Lot by his eldest daughter
      • Ammon:** “tribal”, descendants from Lot through Ben-ammi
      • Tyre:** “a rock”,  Phoenician city on the Mediterranean coast
        • Hiram the king of Tyre, provided cedar trees, carpenters and stonemasons to David and Solomon
      • Sidon:** “hunting”, Phoenician city on the Mediterranean coast north of Tyre
  • Jeremiah 27:12-15
    • My servant: Nebuchadnezzar King of Babylon
      • repercussions for not service Nebuchadnezzar
        • sword, famine, pestilence
      • Do not listen to
        • prophets, diviners, dreamers, soothsayers, sorcerers
  • Jeremiah 27:16-22
    • vs 16: vessels of the LORD’S house:  items from the Temple which had already been removed
    • vs 22: all the remaining utensils will be carried to Babylon until the day the LORD declares to bring them back

 

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