Jeremiah 11:7

Jeremiah 11:7

For I earnestly protested unto your fathers
Or "witnessing, witnessed" F7; testified his great affection for them; importunately solicited their observation of his precepts for their good; and strictly cautioned them against neglect and disobedience: the day that I brought them out of the land of Egypt;
(See Gill on Jeremiah 11:4): even unto this day, rising early, and protesting, saying, obey my
voice;
that is, from the time of the giving of the law, in all successive ages, to the present time, he had sent his prophets to them, time after time, morning by morning, early and late, to press, exhort, and stir them up to an obedience to his will, and to warn them of the evils that would come by disobedience to it.


FOOTNOTES:

F7 (ytdeh deh) "testificando tesficatus sum", Schmidt; "contestando contestatus sum", Pagninus, Montanus, Cocceius.
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