(Jeremiah 14:19-21; Jeremiah 30:10-13; 17-21) The healing touch of God In 2nd Chronicles 7: 11-22, God has a conversation with the young King Solomon. All the rest is not characteristic of Isaiah. Many of them would die. John Trapp Complete Commentary. Jeremiah 30:16-17 MSG “‘Everyone who hurt you will be hurt; your enemies will end up as slaves. The only expression which, besides the repetition made in Jeremiah 46:27, occurs nowhere else in Jeremiah, but frequently in the second Isaiah, is, "my servant Jacob;" cf. 30 1-2 This is the Message Jeremiah received from God: “ God ’s Message, the God of Israel: ‘Write everything I tell you in a book. Zion—alluding to its Hebrew meaning, "dryness"; "sought after" by none, as would be the case with an arid region (Isa 62:12). Ellicott's Commentary for English Readers, Keil and Delitzsch Biblical Commentary on the Old Testament. Jeremiah 30:10 and Jeremiah 30:11 are repeated in Jeremiah 46:27-28, though with some slight changes. 3 The days are coming,' declares the LORD, 'when I will bring my people Israel and Judah back from captivity and restore them to the land I gave their forefathers to possess,' says the LORD.". The truth is that each one of us has wounds that need healed. Jeremiah 30:17. I am thankful for a God that promises to restore my health and heal my wounds. Jeremiah 29 Jeremiah 31 ... Jeremiah 30:17 The Message (MSG) 16-17 “‘Everyone who hurt you will be hurt; your enemies will end up as slaves. Jeremiah 30:10 and Jeremiah 30:11 are repeated in Jeremiah 46:27-28, though with some slight changes. 30 This is the message that came to Jeremiah from the Lord. KJV For I will restore health unto thee, and I will heal thee of thy wounds, saith the LORD; because they called thee an Outcast, saying, This is Zion, whom no man seeketh after. The Message Jeremiah 30:17. The extremity of the people, so far from being an obstacle to, will be the chosen opportunity of, God's grace. Isaiah 44:2; Jeremiah 1:8, Jeremiah 1:17; Joshua 1:9. 2 The Lord, the God of the people of Israel, said, “Jeremiah, write in a book the words I have spoken to you.Write this book for yourself. King Solomon had finish building the very first stationary Temple of God. Jeremiah 30:17 But I will restore you to health and heal your wounds,’ declares the LORD, ‘because you are called an outcast, Zion for whom no one cares.’ Read verse in New International Version It shall do so much more when all Christ’s foes shall be made his footstool. Jeremiah 30 Commentary: The situation in Judah is bleak. ◄ Jeremiah 30:17 ► For I will restore health to you, and I will heal you of your wounds, said the LORD; because they called you an Outcast, saying, This is Zion, whom no man seeks after. NIV Reverse Interlinear Bible: English to Hebrew and English to Greek. Read Jeremiah 30:17 Using Other Translations. Saying, This is Zion, whom no man seeketh after; For I will restore health unto thee, and I will heal thee of thy wounds, saith the LORD; because they called thee an Outcast, saying, This is Zion, whom no man seeketh after. 17. Jeremiah 30:17 (KJVA) For I will restore health unto thee, and I will heal thee of thy wounds, saith the LORD; because they called thee an Outcast, saying, This is Zion, whom no man seeketh after. In the second part of Isaiah, שׁאנן occurs as seldom as ואין; on the other hand, cf. Copyright © 2019 by Zondervan. The book of Jeremiah has led us through the steep spiritual decline of the nation. Your plunderers will be plundered; your looters will become loot. Copyright © 1993, 2002, 2018 by Eugene H. Peterson, Upgrade to Bible Gateway Plus, and access. The time is coming when I will turn everything around for my people, both Israel and Judah. For I will restore health.] "Thus, 'Fear not, I am with thee,' is certainly found in Isaiah 43:5, but also in Genesis 26:24; 'Fear not, neither be afraid,' is found in a like connection in Isaiah 51:7, but also in Jeremiah 23:24; Deuteronomy 1:21; Deuteronomy 31:8; Joshua 8:1; cf. All rights reserved worldwide. Jeremiah 14:8; for מרחק, cf. As for you, I'll come with healing, curing the incurable, Because they all gave up on you and dismissed you as hopeless-- that good-for-nothing Zion.' 17 But I will restore you to health    and heal(A) your wounds,’declares the Lord,‘because you are called an outcast,(B)    Zion for whom no one cares.’(C), 16-17 “‘Everyone who hurt you will be hurt;    your enemies will end up as slaves.Your plunderers will be plundered;    your looters will become loot.As for you, I’ll come with healing,    curing the incurable,Because they all gave up on you    and dismissed you as hopeless—    that good-for-nothing Zion.’. (Note: The general strain of these verses is the same as that of the second portion of Isaiah; hence Hitzig, following Movers, views them as an interpolation made by the reviser. Jeremiah 30:17 As for you, I'll come with healing, curing the incurable, Because they all gave up on you and dismissed you as hopeless - that good-for-nothing Zion.' We all have hurts, habits, and hang ups within our lives that need restoration and healing. Life would never be the same for these people. The expressions found in Jeremiah 30:11 are as rare in the second part of Isaiah as they are frequent in Jeremiah. Thus, 'For I am with thee to save thee" is found in Jeremiah 15:20; Jeremiah 42:11; 'to make a full end' occurs also in Jeremiah 4:27; Jeremiah 5:10, Jeremiah 5:18; 'I shall certainly not let thee go unpunished,' which, like Nahum 1:3, seems to have been taken from Exodus 34:7 or Numbers 14:18, is not found at all in the second part of Isaiah; הפיץ, which is found in Jeremiah 9:15; Jeremiah 13:24; Jeremiah 18:17; Jeremiah 23:1., appears only in Isaiah 41:16; and while יסּר is used in the same meaning in Jeremiah 10:24, יסּר occurs nowhere in the second part of Isaiah, and למּשׁפּט is found in Isaiah 41:1; Isaiah 54:17; Isaiah 59:11, in quite a different connection and meaning." Jeremiah 30:17 For I will restore health unto thee, and I will heal thee of thy wounds, saith the LORD because they called thee an Outcast, [saying], This [is] Zion, whom no man seeketh after.. Ver.