Jeremiah 30:12

Jeremiah 30:12

For thus saith the Lord, thy bruise [is] incurable
By themselves or others, in all human appearance; there was no help for them from men; their case seemed desperate; there was no likelihood of their recovery to their former state and glory, as at this day the case of the Jews appears to be; there seems to be no probability of their conversion and restoration; and whenever it is, it will be as life from the dead, ( Romans 11:15 ) ; like quickening Ezekiel's dry bones, or raising persons from the dead, which none but the hand of omnipotence can effect: [and] thy wound [is] grievous;
an expression signifying the same as before: the metaphor is taken from a body wounded and bruised in such a manner, as to be past the skill of the most able surgeon to cure it.

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