|Overview - Jeremiah 13|
|1||By the type of a linen girdle, hidden at Euphrates, God prefigures the destruction of his people.|
|12||Under the parable of the bottles filled with wine he foretells their drunkenness in misery.|
|15||He exhorts to prevent their future judgments.|
|22||He shews their abominations are the cause thereof.|
Jeremiah 13:14 (King James Version)
And I will dash them one against another, even the fathers and the sons together, saith the LORD: I will not pity, nor spare, nor have mercy, but destroy them.
- I will dash
- 19:9-11 48:12 Judges 7:20-22 ; 1 Samuel 14:16 ; 2 Chronicles 20:23 ; Psalms 2:9
- Isaiah 9:20 Isaiah 9:21
- one against another
- Hebrew a man against his brother. even.
- 6:21 47:3 Ezekiel 5:10 ; Matthew 10:21 ; Mark 13:12
- I will not
- 21:7 Deuteronomy 29:20 ; Isaiah 27:11 ; Ezekiel 5:11 ; Ezekiel 7:4 Ezekiel 7:9 8:18 Ezekiel 9:5 Ezekiel 9:10 24:14
- but destroy
- Hebrew from destroying.