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Original power point by chris reeves

Original Power PointBy Chris Reeves

Additions to the original

By Jack Wheeler Clovis Ca.

Email: [email protected]


Book of jeremiah

Book of Jeremiah

Prepared by Chris Reeves * Winter Quarter 2004


Reason for studying jeremiah
Reason for studying Jeremiah

  • Romans 15:4 (KJV) 4 For whatsoever things were written aforetime were written for our learning, that we through patience and comfort of the scriptures might have hope.




Jeremiah the prophet
Jeremiah the “Prophet”

  • Jeremiah was a “prophet” (1:5-7)

  • A “prophet” was a spokesman; a mouthpiece for God, guided by the Holy Spirit (Ex. 4:11-16; Deut. 18:15,18; Act. 28:25).

  • A “prophet” called God’s people back to God’s law and covenant (2 Kings 17:13; Jer. 11:1-2, 7-8; 25:3-4).


Jeremiah the man
Jeremiah the Man

  • We know more about Jeremiah the prophet than any other prophet in the Old Testament

  • Jeremiah had to learn to go when commissioned (1:6)

  • Jeremiah was “the weeping prophet” who had a broken heart for the sins of his people (4:19-20; 8:21-22; 9:1; 13:17; 23:9)


Jeremiah the man1
Jeremiah the Man

  • Jeremiah persevered under difficult circumstances: when despised-persecuted (11:18-23; 12:6; 18:11-12, 15-17; 19:14-15: 20:1-6; 26:1-13; 37:11-15, (Benjamin slide) 37:16-21.


Jeremiah the man2
Jeremiah the Man

  • Jeremiah persevered under difficult circumstances: when despised-persecuted (11:18-23; 12:6; 18:11-12, 15-17; 19:14-15: 20:1-6; 26:1-13; 37:11-15, (Benjamin slide) 37:16-21. He was not allowed to marry (16:1-4)

  • Jeremiah wanted to resign, but he had a burning desire to proclaim God’s word (20:7-9)

  • Jeremiah was finally exiled in Egypt (43:1-7)


Jeremiah the man3
Jeremiah the Man

  • Jeremiah 20:1-2 (KJV)

  • 1 Now Pashur the son of Immer the priest, who was also chief governor in the house of the LORD, heard that Jeremiah prophesied these things. 2 Then Pashur smote Jeremiah the prophet, and put him in the stocks that were in the high gate of Benjamin, which was by the house of the Lord.


Jeremiah authorship
Jeremiah Authorship

  • Jeremiah means “Jehovah throws”

  • Jeremiah was the son of Hilkiah (1:1)

  • Jeremiah was from “Anathoth in the land Benjamin,” a town assign to the priests, 2 to 3 miles northeast of Jerusalem (1:1; Josh. 21:18)


Jeremiah authorship1
Jeremiah Authorship

  • Jeremiah dictated his words to his scribe named Baruch (36:4)

  • Jeremiah does not arrange his material in chronological order, but in topical order:

    • Call of Jeremiah (1)

    • Prophecies of doom (2-29)

    • Prophecies of hope (30-33)

    • Siege and fall of Jerusalem (34-39)

    • Post Jerusalem fall (40-45)

    • Prophecies to foreign nations (46-51)

    • Fall of Jerusalem (52)


Date of jeremiah
Date of Jeremiah

  • Jeremiah prophesied approximately 46 years 627-580 B.C. (1:2; 3:6; 25:3).

  • Josiah the King was a descendant of Solomon


Date of jeremiah1
Date of Jeremiah

  • Jeremiah prophesied approximately 46 years 627-580 B.C. (1:2; 3:6; 25:3).

  • Josiah was a descendant of Solomon

  • He was contemporary with Nahum, Habakkuk, and Zephaniah (prophets in Judah) Contemporary with Ezekiel and Daniel (prophets in Babylon).









Ministry of jeremiah
Ministry of Jeremiah

Chapters 1-39

Chapters 40-52

586 B.C.

Book of Lamentations


Jeremiah s audience
Jeremiah’s Audience

  • Jeremiah proclaimed a message of doom (using words, signs and symbols) to the stiff-necked and black-sliding people of Judah in the declining days before the Babylonian captivity (Jer. 1-39)

  • Jeremiah proclaimed a message of hope to the discouraged and dismayed remnant of people scattered around (Palestine, Egypt, Babylon) as a result of the captivity (Jer. 40-52)

  • Judah opposed, beat, isolated, threatened, persecuted and imprisoned Jeremiah. He was lonely, rejected and persecuted


Jeremiah s theme and purpose
Jeremiah’s Theme and Purpose

  • Key Theme: divine judgment is at hand

  • Key Verse: 1:10; 18:7-10

  • Key Purpose:

    • Historical purpose: How God judged Judah by using the Babylonians (1:13-16; 25:9)

    • Doctrinal purpose: Righteousness exalts a nation, but sin is a reproach … (Prov. 14:34)

    • Messianic purpose: Christ will bring a new covenant (31:31-33)



Jeremiah authorship2
Jeremiah Authorship

  • Jeremiah dictated his words to his scribe named Baruch (36:4)

  • Jeremiah does not arrange his material in chronological order, but in topical order:

    • Call of Jeremiah (1)

    • Prophecies of doom (2-29)

    • Prophecies of hope (30-33)

    • Siege and fall of Jerusalem (34-39)

    • Post Jerusalem fall (40-45)

    • Prophecies to foreign nations (46-51)

    • Fall of Jerusalem (52)


Date of jeremiah2
Date of Jeremiah

  • Jeremiah prophesied approximately 46 years 627-580 B.C. (1:2; 3:6; 25:3).

  • Josiah was a descendant of Solomon

  • He was contemporary with Nahum, Habakkuk, and Zephaniah (prophets in Judah) Contemporary with Ezekiel and Daniel (prophets in Babylon).



Ministry of jeremiah1
Ministry of Jeremiah

Chapters 1-39

Chapters 40-52

586 B.C.

Book of Lamentations


Jeremiah s audience1
Jeremiah’s Audience

  • Jeremiah proclaimed a message of doom (using words, signs and symbols) to the stiff-necked and black-sliding people of Judah in the declining days before the Babylonian captivity (Jer. 1-39)

  • Jeremiah proclaimed a message of hope to the discouraged and dismayed remnant of people scattered around (Palestine, Egypt, Babylon) as a result of the captivity (Jer. 40-52)

  • Judah opposed, beat, isolated, threatened, persecuted and imprisoned Jeremiah. He was lonely, rejected and persecuted



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