|Overview - Jeremiah 7|
|1||Jeremiah is sent to call to true repentance, to prevent the Jews' captivity.|
|8||He rejects their vain confidence,|
|12||by the example of Shiloh.|
|17||He threatens them for their idolatry.|
|21||He rejects the sacrifices of the disobedient.|
|29||He exhorts to mourn for their abominations in Tophet;|
|32||and the judgments for the same.|
Jeremiah 7:24 (King James Version)
But they hearkened not, nor inclined their ear, but walked in the counsels and in the imagination of their evil heart, and went backward, and not forward.
- 26 ; Jeremiah 11:7 Jeremiah 11:8 Exodus 32:7 Exodus 32:8 ; Nehemiah 9:16-20 ; Psalms 81:11 Psalms 81:12 ; 106:7-48
- Ezekiel 20:8 Ezekiel 20:13 Ezekiel 20:16 Ezekiel 20:21
- 23:17 Deuteronomy 29:19
- or, stubbornness.
- 3:17 *marg:
- Hebrew were. backward.
- 26 ; 2:27 8:5 32:33 Nehemiah 9:29 ; Hosea 4:16