Jeremiah 36:30

Overview - Jeremiah 36
Jeremiah causes Baruch to write his prophesy,
and publicly to read it.
11 The princes, having intelligence thereof by Michaiah, send Jehudi to fetch the roll and read it.
19 They will Baruch to hide himself and Jeremiah.
20 The king, Jehoiakim, being certified thereof, hears part of it, and burns the roll.
27 Jeremiah denounces his judgment.
32 Baruch writes a new copy.
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Jeremiah 36:30  (King James Version)
Therefore thus saith the LORD of Jehoiakim king of Judah; He shall have none to sit upon the throne of David: and his dead body shall be cast out in the day to the heat, and in the night to the frost.

He shall
22:30 2 Kings 24:12-15

and his
22:18 Genesis 31:40

in the
Sir J. Chardin observes, "In the Lower Asia, in particular, the day is always hot; and as soon as the sun is fifteen degrees above the horizon, no cold is felt in the depth of winter itself. On the contrary, in the height of summer the nights are as cold as at Paris in the month of March. It is for this reason that in Persia and Turkey they always make use of furred habits in the country, such only being sufficient to resist the cold of the nights. I have travelled in Arabia, and in Mesopotamia, (the theatre of the adventures of Jacob,) both in winter and in summer, and have found the truth of what the Patriarch said, "That he was scorched with the heat in the day, and stiffened with cold in the night
" ( Genesis 31:40 .) This contrariety in the qualities of the air in twenty-four hours is extremely great in some places, and not conceivable by those that have not felt it; one would imagine that he had passed in a moment from the violent heats of summer to the depth of winter. Thus it had pleased God to temper the heat of the sun by the coldness of night, without which the greatest part of the East would be barren, and a desert."