Jeremiah Chapter 19 Discussion

  • Tetteh Kanor on Jeremiah 19 - 2 years ago
    Jesus is my light and my life discipl for Jesus
  • Rick - In Reply on Jeremiah 19 - 2 years ago
    Hi David Why should he when His Father said this is myson in whom I am well pleased, also Jesus said I always do the fathers will.
  • Chris - In Reply on Jeremiah 19 - 2 years ago
    Hi David. Do you mean, 'did Jesus ever repent of some sin He committed'? The clear & conclusive answer to that, would be, NO. No sin was ever imputed to Him nor found in Him, as much as there were many accusers claiming Him to have done wrong or broken God's Laws. 2 Corinthians 5:21; 1 Peter 2:21-24; 1 John 3:4,5.

    However, if you mean, 'did Jesus ever repent (or, change His mind) for something He did or said', again the answer would be, NO. There have been others who purportedly have found instances of Jesus 'changing His Mind', but from what I've found, those were baseless 'proofs'.
  • David Reynolds on Jeremiah 19 - 2 years ago
    Did Jesus ever repent?
  • Mishael Jeremiah 199 - In Reply on Jeremiah 19 - 3 years ago
    In Jeremiah 19, we read about people who engage in literal child sacrifices to their false god, BAAL. This is also referred to as causing their children to pass through the fires of MOLECH. This was a horrible practice and a distortion and perversion of the final, atoning sacrifice of Jesus Christ on the cross for the remissions of sin.

    During times of intense warfare where cities are laid siege, the trapped population would be starved out. It became so bad that some people would resort to cannibalism in the face of prolonged starvation as a result of long sieges. This was punishment for enemies that were cruel and relentless in their persecution of others. I suppose that eventually all their bad deeds catch up with them. Live by the sword, die by the sword.

    Sometimes you have to use Google for a Commentary.

    I think your relative was horrified an marked it. Google those heathen deities to read of that culture.

    They were not Jews.
  • Carlyn McKee on Jeremiah 19 - 3 years ago
    Can you help me understand Jeremiah 19:9-13?

    I just opened a family bible I inherited and it is the only passage highlighted. It's a bit grim... and I would love to hear more about it in context from a scholar.

    Thank you.
  • Mark valesano on Jeremiah 19 - 4 years ago
    God's greatest gifts to mankind are as follows: life, choice, salvation. That's the correct sequence as well. For those confused on God's perspective toward those who choose to reject Him, may I remind you that nowhere in His Word do I read that He laments or regrets casting out Lucifer and the third of His God angels who followed him in rebellion. Compassionate God? Yes. Jealous God? Yes. Holy and righteous God? Absolutely!
  • Janice Brown - In Reply on Jeremiah 19 - 4 years ago
    God didn t make them eat there Children s! What they was serving made them eat there Children s! Remember when Christ was on the cross ! Some sins are so bad Teal God turns his head. We as a people! Want what we want ! Even though we been warned ! I have heard men say or theologian say ! We are little God s ! Some humans always try to find away to use God s words and promises against God !
  • Sharon on Jeremiah 19 - 5 years ago
    To Irene 123 and Lu2677 you are both right, according to the bible. But we must remember God loves the sinner, but he hates sin. Jesus died to take our sins away. God is not going against his people, but they chose to go against God word, and become an God enemy. The people refuse to return to god in repentance and seek forgiveness. Therefore, God punishment is their reward for their sins of evil
  • Irene123 on Jeremiah 19 - 7 years ago
    Rosie - To you with Jesus love, please believe that: YOU cannot increase your faith; Jesus has to do it, by our attending services together with others of like mind. Heb. 10:25; Rom. 10:8 THROUGH 14, taking NOTE of vs. 13
  • Irene123 on Jeremiah 19 - 7 years ago
    I just looked up 'son of Hinnom' in Easton's Bible dict.; it was a deep 'ravine', right close to Solomon's Temple, used to make their (idolatrus Jews) children to pass through the fire to Molech, Baal, Chemosh, whatever god they were worshipping at the time.
  • Lu2677 on Jeremiah 19 - 7 years ago
    Irene 123, Read my post again please. I did not say you used Jeremiah 19:9, I am using it and I asked you if you thought he made him eat their children because he hated them? The CONTEXT of this verse is that God's wrath was on them. And I do not see "had no food" in this chapter. So, can you accept correction that He does hate sinners? V.9"I will cause them to eat the flesh of their children.
  • Irene123 on Jeremiah 19 - 7 years ago
    LU2677 - I couldn't find the verse you said I used; I even went to Jer. 19 back pgs., but there's nothing there. This chap. tho' is referring to the Babylonian captivity. The siege of Jerusalem caused such a food shortage that the Israelites were eating their children. But, you have to realize - they were FAR from God. They had been worshipping Baal for yrs. and sacrificing their kids to him.
  • Lu2677 on Jeremiah 19 - 7 years ago
    Irene, In previous post I said,"More verse to prove I'm wrong"That sounds vain, I repent. I will accept God's word for correction. I will surely repent when his word shows that I have erred. I believe all of his word is holy scripture; Truth.
  • Lu2677 on Jeremiah 19 - 7 years ago
    I.123Jeremiah19:9,I answered yours,please answer mine.Can you say that what God did in this verse shows that he hated them?Can you say all the destruction that God will bring to all the sinners when it's all over and this earth is destroyed is because He hates them? A simple yes or no is all I'm asking for.More verse to prove I'm wrong only proves you do not believe God. And He is listening. Amen
  • Rosie on Jeremiah 19 - 7 years ago
    Indeed GOD has never changed his laws (commandments) they have and will remain the same always. I do believe like Dee that our disobedience is in this current era. I am trying so hard to be better at making my faith stronger
  • Dee on Jeremiah 19 - 9 years ago
    If I can 't believe the disloyalty and disobedience of the Jews towards God I just have to look at myself.
  • Micheal on Jeremiah 19:9 - 9 years ago
    ROM 15 33
  • Phuti on Jeremiah 19:9 - 10 years ago
    It wipe my tears

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