- Interpretation: A Bible Commentary for Teaching and Preaching Jeremiah | Logos Bible Software
- Interpretation Bible Studies - Jeremiah
- Composition, Reception, and Interpretation
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Later Daniel read about this passage. My great anger is like the wine that fills it.
All the nations to which I send you must drink it. It will make them mad. This is because I will send war among them.
Interpretation: A Bible Commentary for Teaching and Preaching Jeremiah | Logos Bible Software
All the nations, to which he sent me, had to drink it. It would destroy them. Other people would be ashamed of them. They would joke about the kings and the officials. Other people would wish evil things upon them.
Interpretation Bible Studies - Jeremiah
This is how things are today. They include the people of Ashkelon, Gaza, Ekron and those people who still are living in Ashdod. After all of them, the king of Sheshach Babylon will drink this cup too. Act like someone who has drunk too much wine. And be sick. Fall down and do not get up again. I will send war among you. Suppose they refuse to drink from it. You might think that I will not punish you. But certainly I will punish you.
I am sending war against everyone who lives on the earth. The same description is in Habbakuk and in Lamentations Jesus used those words in the garden called Gesthemane Luke That would make the people behave like people who had drunk too much wine. They would go mad because of their fear. He believed that Nebuchadnezzar, the king of Babylon, would attack the nations one at a time. Verses Egypt is the first of other nations on the list. The punishment includes the group of people from other countries who lived in Egypt. Exodus refers to other people who came out from Egypt with the people of Israel.
The country called Uz was the home of Job Job It was probably east of the river Jordan. In Lamentations , it is associated with Edom. Amos does not mention it either Amos , so Gath may have lost its importance already. There was a writer of history called Herodotus. That would explain the words 'those people who are left'. So all of them would have troubles. The word 'Sheshach' is a different way to refer to Babylon.
Composition, Reception, and Interpretation
Those letters are the second, second and 12th in their alphabet. Sh, Sh and Ch are the second, second and 12th from the end of their alphabet. But Jeremiah uses the name 'Babylon' in other verses. So there may be another reason why Jeremiah used it here.