JEREMIAH



Chapter 1

The time (1:1-3)
And the calling of Jeremiah (1:4-10)
His prophetical visions of an almond rod, and a boiling pot (1:11-14)
God's serious judgment against Judah (1:15-16)
God encourages Jeremiah with a promise of assistance (1:17-19)


Chapter 2

God reasons earnestly with the Jews about their revolt (2:1-8)
Declaring it to be without precedent (2:9-13)
They are the cause of their own calamities (2:14-19)
The sins of Judah (2:20-30)
God rejects those whom Judah trusts (2:31-37)


Chapter 3

Because of Judah's vileness, rain has been withheld (3:1-5)
Judah ignores Israel's example (3:6-10)
Judah is called from backsliding (3:11-19)
Israel is reproved and makes a solemn confession of sins (3:20-25)


Chapter 4

God calls Israel by His promise (4:1-2)
He exhorts Judah to repentance by fearful judgments (4:3-18)
A lament for the miseries of Judah (4:19-31)


Chapter 5

The judgments of God upon the Jews, for their perverseness (5:1-6)
For their adultery and impiety (5:7-18)
For their contempt of God (5:19-24)
And for their great corruption in the civil state (5:25-29)
And ecclesiastical life (5:30-31)


Chapter 6

The enemies, sent against Judah (6:1-3)
Are encouraged (6:4-5)
God sets them against Jerusalem because of its sins (6:6-7)
The prophet laments the judgments of God (6:8-17)
He proclaims God's wrath (6:18-25)
He calls the people to mourn (6:26-30)


Chapter 7

Jeremiah is sent to call for true repentance, to prevent the Jews captivity (7:1-7)
He rejects their vain confidence (7:8-11)
By the example of Shiloh (7:12-16)
He threatens them for their idolatry (7:17-20)
He rejects the sacrifices of the disobedient (7:21-28)
He exhorts them to mourning for their abominations in Tophet (7:29-31)
And foretells their judgment (7:32-34)


Chapter 8

The calamity visited upon the Jews, both dead and alive (8:1-3)
He upbraids their foolish and shameless impenitence (8:4-12)
He foretells their grievous judgment (8:13-17)
And bewails their desperate state (8:18-22)


Chapter 9

Jeremiah laments the Jews' many sins, and the judgment upon them (9:1-11)
Disobedience is the cause of their bitter calamity (9:12-16)
He exhorts them to mourn their own destruction. (9:17-22)
And to trust, not in themselves, but in God (9:23-24)
He threatens both Jews and Gentiles (9:25-26)


Chapter 10

Idols are compared with God (10:1-16)
The prophet exhorts the people to flee from the calamity to come (10:17-18)
He laments the loss of the tabernacle, due to foolish pastors (10:19-22)
He makes humble supplication (10:23-25)


Chapter 11

Jeremiah proclaims God's covenant (11:1-7)
Rebukes the Jews for disobeying it (11:8-10)
Prophesies evils to come upon them (11:11-17)
And upon the men of Anathoth, for conspiring to kill Jeremiah (11:18-23)


Chapter 12

Jeremiah complains of the prosperity of the wicked and foresees their ruin (12:1-4)
God warns him of his brethren's treachery (12:5-6)
Jeremiah laments the loss of his heritage (12:7-13)
God promises the penitent they will return from captivity (12:14-17)


Chapter 13

In the figure of a linen girdle, hidden at Euprates, God foreshows the destruction of His people (13:1-11)
Under the parable of the bottles filled with wine, he foretells their drunken misery (13:12-14)
He exhorts them to avoid future judgment (13:15-21)
He shows that their abominations are the cause of judgment (13:22-27)


Chapter 14

The grievous famine (14:1-6)
Causes Jeremiah to pray (14:7-9)
The Lord will not hear the pleas of the people (14:10-12)
Lying prophets are no excuse for them (14:13-16)
Jeremiah voices their complaint (14:17-22)


Chapter 15

The complete rejection of the Jews, and their many judgments (15:1-2)
Four kinds of destroyers (15:3-9)
Jeremiah speaks of men's spitefulness (15:10-12)
God's threatening reply (15:13-14)
Jeremiah prays (15:15-18)
And receives a gracious promise (15:19-21)


Chapter 16

Jeremiah is not to marry (16:1-4)
The prophet, by figures, foreshows the ruin of the Jews (16:5-9)
Because they are worse than their fathers (16:10-13)
Their return from captivity shall be stranger than their deliverance out of Egypt (16:14-15)
God will punish them doubly for their idolatry (16:16-21)


Chapter 17

The captivity of Judah (17:1-4)
Trust in man is cursed (17:5-6)
In God is blessed (17:7-8)
The deceitful heart cannot deceive God (17:9-11)
Hope and salvation are to be found in Him (17:12-14)
The prophet speaks of those who mock his prophecy (17:15-18)
He is sent to renew the covenant to hallow the sabbath (17:19-27)


Chapter 18

The figure of a potter shows God's absolute power over nations (18:1-10)
Judgments threatened to Judah for her strange revolt (18:11-17)
Jeremiah prays (18:18-23)


Chapter 19

The desolation of the Jews is told in figure of a potter's vessel (19:1-15)


Chapter 20

Pashur, smiting Jeremiah, receives a new name and a fearful doom (20:1-6)
Jeremiah speaks of contempt (20:7-9)
Of treachery (20:10-13)
And of his birth (20:14-18)


Chapter 21

Zedekiah sends to Jeremiah to inquire about the war of Nebuchadrezzar (Nebuchadnezzar) (21:1-2)
Jeremiah foretells a hard siege and miserable captivity (21:3-7)
He counsels the people to surrender to the Chaldeans (21:8-10)
And upbraids the king's house (21:11-14)


Chapter 22

He exhorts the royal family to repent (22:1-9)
The judgment of Shallum (22:10-12)
Of Jehoiakim (22:13-19)
And of Coniah (Jehoiachin) (22:20-30)


Chapter 23

He prophesies the restoration of the scattered flock (23:1-4)
Christ shall rule and save them (23:5-8)
Against false prophets (23:9-32)
And mockers of the true prophets (23:33-40)


Chapter 24

By the figure of good and bad figs (24:1-3)
He foretells the restoration of those who were in captivity (24:4-7)
And the desolation of Zedekiah and the rest (24:8-10)


Chapter 25

Jeremiah, reproving the Jews' disobedience to the prophets (25:1-7)
Foretells the seventy years' captivity (25:8-11)
And after that, the destruction of Babylon (25:12-14)
By the figure of a cup of wine he foreshows the destruction of all the nations (25:15-33)
The howling of the shepherds (25:34-38)


Chapter 26

Jeremiah exhorts the cities of Judah to repent (26:1-7)
He is therefore apprehended (26:8-9)
And arraigned (26:10-11)
His defense (26:12-15)
He is acquitted, the judges citing the cases of Micah (26:16-19)
And of Urijah (26:20-23)
He has the help of Ahikam (26:24)


Chapter 27

Jeremiah prophesies Nebuchadnezzar's subjugation of neighbor kings (27:1-7)
He exhorts the nations to yield and not to believe the false prophets (27:8-11)
He likewise urges Zedekiah (27:12-18)
He foretells that the remaining temple vessels shall be carried to Babylon (27:19-22)


Chapter 28

Hananiah prophesies falsely the return of the vessels and of Jeconiah (Jehoiachin) (28:1-4)
Jeremiah shows that the event itself will declare who are true prophets (28:5-9)
Hananiah breaks Jeremiah's yoke (28:10-11)
Jeremiah tells of an iron yoke (28:12-14)
And foretells Hananiah's death (28:15-17)


Chapter 29

Jeremiah sends a letter to the captives in Babylon, telling them to be quiet there (29:1-7)
Not to believe the dreams of their prophets (29:8-9)
And that they shall return with grace, after seventy years (29:10-14)
He foretells the destruction of the rest for their disobedience (29:15-19)
He shows the fearful end of Ahab and Zedekiah, two lying prophets (29:20-23)
Shemaiah writes a letter against Jeremiah (29:24-29)
Jeremiah reads Shemaiah's doom (29:30-32)


Chapter 30

God shows Jeremiah the return of the Jews (30:1-3)
After their trouble, they shall be delivered (30:4-9)
He comforts them (30:10-17)
Jerusalem will be rebuilt (30:18-19)
Wrath shall fall on the wicked (30:20-24)


Chapter 31

The restoration of Israel (31:1-9)
The proclamation of this happy event (31:10-14)
Rahel (Rachel), mourning, is comforted (31:15-17)
Ephraim, repenting, is brought home again (31:18-21)
Christ is promised (31:22-26)
His care over the church (31:27-30)
His new covenant (31:31-34)
The stability (31:35-37)
And vast extent of the church (31:38-40)


Chapter 32

Jeremiah, imprisoned by Zedekiah for his prophecy (32:1-5)
Buys Hanameel's field (32:6-12)
Baruch must preserve the deeds, as tokens of the people's return (32:13-15)
Jeremiah's prayer To God (32:16-25)
God warns of the captivity for their sins (32:26-35)
But promises restoration (32:36-44)


Chapter 33

God promises to end the captivity (33:1-8)
With a joyful state (33:9-11)
A settled government (33:12-14)
Christ, the Branch of righteousness (33:15-16)
A continuance of the kingdom and priesthood (33:17-18)
And the stability of a blessed seed (33:19-26)


Chapter 34

Jeremiah prophesies the captivity of Zedekiah, and the city (34:1-7)
The princes and the people free their bondservants, but violate God's covenant by enslaving them again (34:8-11)
For their disobedience, they are given to their enemies (34:12-22)


Chapter 35

By the obedience of the Rechabites (35:1-11)
Jeremiah condemns the disobedience of the Jews (35:12-15)
And praises the Rechabites (35:16-17)
God blesses the Rechabites for their obedience (35:18-19)


Chapter 36

Jeremiah causes Baruch to write his prophecy (36:1-4)
And to read it publicly (36:5-10)
The princes are told about it by Michaiah, and send Jehudi to bring the roll and read it (36:11-19)
King Jehoiakim is told about the roll, hears part of it, and burns it (36:20-26)
Jeremiah pronounces his judgment (36:27-31)
Baruch writes a new copy (36:32)


Chapter 37

The Egyptians raise the siege of the Chaldeans and Zedekiah asks Jeremiah to pray for the people (37:1-5)
Jeremiah prophesies the Chaldeans certain return and victory (37:6-10)
He is taken for a traitor, beaten, and put in prison (37:11-15)
He assures Zedekiah of the captivity (37:16-17)
Jeremiah pleads for his freedom (37:18-21)


Chapter 38

He is put in the dungeon of Malchiah (38:1-6)
Ebed-melech appeals to the king and gets him some freedom (38:7-13)
In secret conference, he counsels the king to save his life by surrender (38:14-23)
By the king's instructions, he conceals the conference from the princes (38:24-28)


Chapter 39

Jerusalem is taken (39:1-3)
Zedekiah is made blind, and sent to Babylon (39:4-7)
The city is ruined (39:8)
And the people made captive (39:9-10)
Nebuchadrezzar (Nebuchadnezzar) commands good treatment for Jeremiah (39:11-14)
God's promise to Ebed-melech (39:15-18)


Chapter 40

Jeremiah, freed by Nebuzar-adan, goes to Gedaliah (40:1-6)
The dispersed Jews rally around Gedaliah (40:7-12)
Johanan reveals Ishmael's conspiracy, but is not believed (40:13-16)


Chapter 41

Ishamel slays Gedaliah, then plans to flee with those remaining to the Ammonites (41:1-10)
Johanan recovers the captives, and plans to flee into Egypt (41:11-18)


Chapter 42

Johanan asks Jeremiah to inquire of God, and promises obedience to His will (42:1-6)
Jeremiah assures him of safety in Judea, and destruction in Egypt (42:7-18)
He reproves their hypocrisy in inquiring of the Lord, without intending to obey (42:19-22)


Chapter 43

Johanan, discrediting Jeremiah's prophecy, carries Jeremiah and others into Egypt (43:1-7)
Jeremiah prophesies the conquest of Egypt by Babylon (43:8-13)


Chapter 44

Jeremiah recalls the desolation of Judah (44:1-10)
He prophesies the destruction of those who commit idolatry in Egypt (44:11-14)
The obstinacy of the Jews (44:15-19)
Jeremiah threatens them for it (44:20-28)
He prophesies the destruction of Egypt (44:29-30)


Chapter 45

Baruch is dismayed (45:1-3)
So Jeremiah instructs and comforts him (45:4-5)


Chapter 46

Jeremiah prophesies the overthrow of Pharaoh's army at Euphrates (46:1-12)
And the conquest of Egypt by Nebuchadrezzar (Nebuchadnezzar) (46:13-26)
He comforts the Jews in their chastisement (46:27-28)


Chapter 47

The destruction of the Philistines (47:1-7)


Chapter 48

The judgment of Moab (48:1-6)
For their pride (48:7-10)
For their vanity (48:11-13)
For their boasting (48:14-25)
And for their contempt of God and His people (48:26-46)
The restoration of Moab (48:47)


Chapter 49

The judgment of the Ammonites (49:1-5)
Their restoration (49:6)
The judgment of Edom (49:7-22)
Of Damascus (49:23-27)
Of Kedar (49:28-29)
Of Hazor (49:30-33)
And of Elam (49:34-38)
The restoration of Elam (49:39)


Chapter 50

The judgment of Babylon and the redemption of Israel (50:1-20)
Babylon's desolation (50:21-46)


Chapter 51

The severe judgment of God on Babylon (51:1-13)
To avenge Israel (51:14-58)
The book of this prophecy cast into Euphrates is a token of the perpetual sinking of Babylon (51:59-64)


Chapter 52

Zedekiah rebels (52:1-3)
Jerusalem is besieged and taken (52:4-7)
Zedekiah's sons killed, and his own eyes put out (52:8-11)
Nebuzar-adan burns and spoils the city (52:12-23)
He carries away the captives (52:24-30)
Evil-merodach advances Jehoiachin (52:31-34)


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LAMENTATIONS



Chapter 1

The miserable state of Jerusalem because of her sin (1:1-11)
She complains of her grief (1:12-17)
And confesses God's judgment to be righteous (1:18-22)


Chapter 2

Jeremiah laments the misery of Jerusalem (2:1-19)
He speaks of it to God (2:20-22)


Chapter 3

The faithful bewail their calamities (3:1-21)
By the mercies of God they nourish their hope (3:22-36)
They acknowledge God's justice (3:37-54)
They pray for deliverance (3:55-63)
And vengeance on their enemies (3:64-66)


Chapter 4

Zion bewails her pitiful state (4:1-12)
She confesses her sins (4:13-20)
Edom is threatened (4:21)
Zion is comforted (4:22)


Chapter 5

The review of the need for restoration (5:1-15)
The repentance of sin (5:16-18)
The request for restoration (5:19-22)




CHRONOLOGY   OF   EVENTS
IN   THE   BIBLE   BY   BOOK

GENESIS EXODUS LEVITICUS NUMBERS
DEUTERONOMY JOSHUA JUDGES RUTH
1 SAMUEL 2 SAMUEL 1 KINGS 2 KINGS
1 CHRONICLES 2 CHRONICLES EZRA NEHEMIAH
ESTHER JOB PSALMS PROVERBS
ECCLESIASTES SONG OF SOLOMON ISAIAH JEREMIAH
LAMENTATIONS EZEKIEL DANIEL HOSEA
JOEL AMOS OBADIAH JONAH
MICAH NAHUM HABAKKUK ZEPHANIAH
HAGGAI ZECHARIAH MALACHI MATTHEW
MARK LUKE JOHN ACTS
ROMANS 1 CORINTHIANS 2 CORINTHIANS GALATIANS
EPHESIANS PHILIPPIANS COLOSSIANS 1 THESSALONIANS
2 THESSALONIANS 1 TIMOTHY 2 TIMOTHY TITUS
PHILEMON HEBREWS JAMES 1 PETER
2 PETER 1 JOHN 2 JOHN 3 JOHN
JUDE REVELATION


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