Treasury of Scripture
Hear you therefore the word of the LORD, all you of the captivity, whom I have sent from Jerusalem to Babylon:
hear. Dr. Blayney thinks there were two letters written by the prophet to the captives in Babylon, and the first ends with this verse. That having heard, on the return of the embassy, that the captives had received his advices favourably, and because they were deceived by false prophets, who promised them a speedier deliverance, he therefore wrote a second letter, beginning with the fifteenth verse, and going on with the twenty-first, (in which order these verses are read in the Septuagint,) in which he denounces God's judgments on the three chief of those, Ahab, Zedekiah, and Shemaiah.
Ezekiel 3:11,15 And go, get you to them of the captivity, to the children of your people, and speak to them, and tell them, Thus said the Lord GOD...
Jeremiah 24:5 Thus said the LORD, the God of Israel; Like these good figs, so will I acknowledge them that are carried away captive of Judah...
Micah 4:10 Be in pain, and labor to bring forth, O daughter of Zion, like a woman in travail: for now shall you go forth out of the city...
Strong's ConcordanceHear ye therefore the word of the LORD, all ye of the captivity, whom I have sent from Jerusalem to Babylon:
Topical BibleBabylon Captivity Ear Exiles Jerusalem Prisoners
Jeremiah Chapter 29 Verse 20
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OT Prophets: Jeremiah 29:20 Hear you therefore the word of Yahweh (Jer.)