|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 13:22 (King James Version)
And if thou say in thine heart, Wherefore come these things upon me? For the greatness of thine iniquity are thy skirts discovered, and thy heels made bare.
- Deuteronomy 7:17 ; 8:17 18:21 Isaiah 47:8 ; Zephaniah 1:12 ; Luke 5:21 Luke 5:22
- 5:19 Jeremiah 16:10 Jeremiah 16:11
- the greatness
- 2:17-19 9:2-9 Hosea 12:8
- 26 ; Isaiah 3:17 ; 20:4 Isaiah 47:2 Isaiah 47:3 Lamentations 1:8 ; Ezekiel 16:37-39 ; 23:27-29
- Hosea 2:3 Hosea 2:10 ; Nahum 3:5
- made bare
- or, shall be violently taken away.