Exile - 1 STUDY GUIDE THE EXILE OF JUDAH 1 Jeremiah Which...

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STUDY GUIDE THE EXILE OF JUDAH 1. Jeremiah Which prophetic book represents the work of a priest-prophet who went to Babylon with the first wave of exiles in 597? Was Jeremiah taken to Babylon after the second defeat of Judah by Babylon in 587? Where did Jeremiah end up? T F The book of Jeremiah is very clearly organized in chronological order from beginning to end. Note what the LORD says to Jeremiah in 1:5. When was Jeremiah chosen to be a prophet? See the annotations to 1:6-8. Do you see any comparisons between Jeremiah and Moses (Exodus 4:10-12) and the predictions in Deuteronomy 18:15-19? Elijah and Elisha were prophets and miracle workers, but it is not recorded that they experienced visions. However, Jeremiah and some of the other prophets whose prophecies were collected and written down did see visions as part of what God was saying to them. These visions are often preceded by a question from the LORD asking “What do you see?” and then a report of the vision. What does Jeremiah see in his vision in 1:11? What does it mean? (Look at the footnotes a and b . What is the vision in 1:13? What does it mean? Jeremiah 7:1 – 8:3 The temple sermon What had God promised through the prophet Isaiah during the siege of Jerusalem by Assyria? Look at the annotation on Jeremiah 7:4. What mistake had people made after the LORD
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This note was uploaded on 05/06/2008 for the course REL 1310 taught by Professor Holleyman during the Spring '08 term at Baylor.

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