Jeremiah 31:22

Overview - Jeremiah 31
The restoration of Israel.
10 The publication thereof.
15 Rahel mourning is comforted.
18 Ephraim repenting is brought home again.
22 Christ is promised.
27 His care over the church.
31 His new covenant.
35 The stability,
38 and amplitude of the church.
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Jeremiah 31:22  (King James Version)
How long wilt thou go about, O thou backsliding daughter? for the LORD hath created a new thing in the earth, A woman shall compass a man.

Jeremiah 2:18 Jeremiah 2:23 Jeremiah 2:36 4:14 13:27 Hosea 8:5

Jeremiah 3:6 Jeremiah 3:8 Jeremiah 3:11 Jeremiah 3:12 Jeremiah 3:14 Jeremiah 3:22 7:24 8:4-6 14:7 49:4 Hosea 4:16 ; 11:7 14:4
Zechariah 7:11

Numbers 16:30

A woman
[nqbh tcwbb gbr ,] literally "A female
('one who is only a woman, not a wife, namely a virgin,' says Cocceius) shall encompass a man," or a male child: comp. Job 3:3 . Which, together with the addition of a new creation, may
well be understood to denote the miraculous conception. Hence the Jews have applied it determinately to the Messiah. In Berashith Rabba, (Parash 89) it is said, that as God punished Israel in a virgin, so would he also heal; and in Midrash Tillim, on Ps 2, R. Huna, in the name of R. Idi, speaking of the sufferings of the Messiah, says, that when his hour is come, God shall say, "I must create him with a new creation; and so he saith, This day I have begotten thee."
Genesis 3:15 ; Isaiah 7:14 ; Matthew 1:21 ; Luke 1:34 Luke 1:35 ; Galatians 4:4