|Overview - Jeremiah 33|
|1||God promises to the captivity a gracious return;|
|9||a joyful state;|
|12||a settled government;|
|15||Christ the branch of righteousness;|
|17||a continuance of kingdom and priesthood;|
|19||and a stability of a blessed seed.|
Jeremiah 33:21 (King James Version)
Then may also my covenant be broken with David my servant, that he should not have a son to reign upon his throne; and with the Levites the priests, my ministers.
- 2 Samuel 23:5 ; 2 Chronicles 7:18 ; 21:7 Psalms 89:34 ; Psalms 132:11 Psalms 132:12 Psalms 132:17 Isaiah 55:3
- Matthew 24:35 ; Luke 1:69 Luke 1:70
- that he
- From the destruction of Jerusalem to the present time, a period of nearly eighteen hundred years, the Jews have had neither a king nor any form of government whatever; nor has the office of high priest, or priest of any kind offering sacrifice, been exercised among them during the same period. Hence this must be understood of the spiritual David, Jesus Christ, both the king and High Priest of his church, "the Israel of God," ( Galatians 6:16, ,)in whom the covenant of royalty with David and his seed, and that of priesthood with Aaron and his seed, have received their full accomplishment; and all the sacrifices of that dispensation were superseded by his "one oblation of himself," the efficacy of which remains for ever.
- Isaiah 9:6 Isaiah 9:7 ; Daniel 7:14 ; Luke 1:32 Luke 1:33
- and with
- 18 ; Revelation 5:10