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    JEREMIAH 36

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      1  Jeremiah causes Baruch to write his prophesy,
     5  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.
    
    
    VERSE 1
    - See on ch.
       * Jer 25:1; 35:1 2Ki 24:1,2
    
    
    VERSE 2 
     - a roll.
       * :6,23,29; 30:2; 45:1; 51:60 Ex 17:14 De 31:24 Ezr 6:2 Job 31:35
       * Ps 40:7 Isa 8:1; 30:8,9 Eze 2:9; 3:1-3 Hab 2:2,3 Zec 5:1-4
       * Re 5:1-9
    - write.
       * Jer 30:2 Ho 8:12
    - against Israel.
       * Jer 2:4; 3:3-10; 23:13,14; 32:30-35 2Ki 17:18-20
    - against all.
       * Jer 1:5,10; 25:9-29; 47:1-64 51:64
    - from the days.
       * Jer 1:2,3; 25:3
    
    
    VERSE 3 
     - may be.
       * :7; 18:8; 26:3 De 5:29 Eze 12:3 Zep 2:3 Lu 20:13 2Ti 2:25,26
       * 2Pe 3:9
    - hear.
       * Eze 18:27,28; 33:7-9,14-16 Mt 3:7-9 Lu 3:7-9
    - they may.
       * Jer 18:8,11; 23:14; 24:7; 35:15 De 30:2,8 1Sa 7:3 1Ki 8:48-50
       * 2Ch 6:38,39 Ne 1:9 Isa 55:6,7 Eze 18:23 Jon 3:8-10 Ac 26:20
    - that I.
       * Isa 6:10 Mt 13:15 Mr 4:12 Ac 3:19; 26:18; 28:27
    
    
    VERSE 4 
     - Baruch.
       * :26; 32:12; 43:3
    - wrote.
      Baruch is supposed to have been a disciple of Jeremiah; and
      being a ready scribe, he was employed by the prophet as his
      amanuensis.
    
       * :17,18,32; 45:1,2 Ro 16:22
    - upon.
       * :21,23,28,32 Isa 8:1 Eze 2:9 Zec 5:1
    
    VERSE 5
        * Jer 20:2; 32:2; 33:1; 37:15; 38:6,28; 40:4 2Co 11:23 Eph 3:1; 6:20
       * 2Ti 2:9 Heb 11:36
    
    
    VERSE 6 
     - and read.
       * :8 Eze 2:3-7
    - the words.
       * Jer 7:2; 18:11; 19:14; 22:2; 26:2
    - upon.
       * :9 Le 16:29-31; 23:27-32 Ac 27:9
    
    
    VERSE 7 
     - It may.  See on ver.
       * :3 1Ki 8:33-36 2Ch 33:12,13 Da 9:13 Ho 5:15; 6:1; 14:1-3
    - they will present their supplication.  Heb. their
      supplication shall fall.  and will.  See on ch.
       * Jer 1:3; 25:5 Jon 3:8 Zec 1:4
    - for.
       * Jer 4:4; 16:10; 19:15; 21:5 De 28:15-68; 29:18-28 2Ki 22:13,17
       * 2Ch 34:21 La 4:11 Eze 5:13; 8:18; 13:13; 20:33; 22:20; 24:8-13
    
    
    VERSE 8 
     - did.
       * :4; 1:17 Mt 16:24 1Co 16:10 Php 2:19-22
    - in the.
       * Ne 8:3 Lu 4:16-30
    
    
    VERSE 9 
     - A.M. 3398.  B.C. 606.  in the fifth.  See on ver.
       * :1
    - they.
       * Le 23:27 2Ch 20:3 Ne 9:1 Es 4:16 Isa 58:1-3 Joe 1:13; 2:12-17
       * Jon 3:5 Zec 7:5,6; 8:19
    - came.
       * :6
    
    
    VERSE 10 
     - Then.
       * :6,8
    - in the chamber.  See on ch.
       * Jer 35:4
    - Gemariah.
       * :11,25
    - Shaphan.  See on ver.
       * :11; 26:24; 29:3
    - the scribe.
       * Jer 52:25 2Sa 8:17; 20:25 2Ki 18:37
    - entry.  or, door.
       * Jer 26:10 2Ki 15:35
    
    
    VERSE 11 
     - Shaphan.
       * :10 2Ki 22:12-14; 25:22 2Ch 34:20
    
    
    VERSE 12 
     - Elishama.
       * :20,21; 41:1
    - Elnathan.
       * :25; 26:22 2Ki 22:12,14; 24:8
    - Gemariah.
       * :10,11 2Ki 22:3,12
    - Hananiah.
       * Jer 28:1-17
    
    VERSE 13
        * 2Ki 22:10,19 2Ch 34:16-18,24 Jon 3:6
    
    
    VERSE 14 
     - Nethaniah.
       * Jer 40:8; 41:1,2,16,18 2Ki 25:23
    - Cushi.
       * Zep 1:1
    - took.
       * :2 Eze 2:6,7 Mt 10:16,28
    
    
    VERSE 15 
     - and read.  See on ver.
       * :21
    
    
    VERSE 16 
     - they were.
       * :24 Ac 24:25,26
    - We.
       * Jer 13:18; 38:1-4 Am 7:10,11
    
    
    VERSE 17 
     - Tell.
       * Joh 9:10,11,15,26,27
    
    
    VERSE 18 
     - He.
       * :2,4; 43:2,3 Pr 26:4,5
    - with ink.
      {Baddeyo} is rendered by some, after him; but {deyo} (in
      Chaldee and Syriac {deyootha,} and in Welsh {du,}) certainly
      denotes ink; whence are derived the Arabic {dawat} and
      {deweet,} and Persian {deeveet,} an ink-holder; the Syriac
      {dayowo}, and Persian {div,} the devil.  So the Alexandrian
      copy of the LXX. has [       ,] and Vulgate {atramento,}
      "with ink."  Perhaps the princes supposed that Baruch had
      written this roll from memory; and that it was rather to be
      considered as his composition, than the substance of
      Jeremiah's prophecies; and they might ask this apparently
      frivolous question in order to allay the alarms excited by
      considering it as the word of God.  But Baruch, with great
      simplicity, so answered their question, as to shew that he
      only acted as Jeremiah's amanuensis, and wrote verbatim what
      he had dictated.
    
    VERSE 19
        * :26; 26:20-24 1Ki 17:3; 18:4,10 2Ch 25:15 Pr 28:12 Am 7:12
       * Lu 13:31 Ac 5:40; 23:16-22
    
    VERSE 20
        * :12,21
    
    
    VERSE 21 
     - Jehudi.
       * :14
    - And Jehudi.
       * :15; 23:28; 26:2 2Ki 22:10 2Ch 34:18 Eze 2:4,5
    
    
    VERSE 22
       A warm apartment suited to the season of the year, (December,
      when snow is often upon the ground in Palestine,) in which
      was a pan or brazier ({ach,} or {ikhkh,} as it is pronounced
      in Arabic) of burning charcoal; for we learn from Bp.
      Pococke, and Dr. Russel, that this was the mode in which the
      Orientals warmed their apartments.
    
       * Jer 22:14-16; 3:20 Am 3:15
    
    
    VERSE 23 
     - he cut.
       * :29-31 De 29:19-21 1Ki 22:8,27 Ps 50:17 Pr 1:30; 5:12; 13:13
       * Pr 19:21; 21:30; 29:1 Isa 5:18,19; 28:14,15,17-22 Re 22:19
    
    
    VERSE 24 
     - they.
       * :16 Job 15:4 Ps 36:1; 64:5 Isa 26:11 Ro 3:18
    - nor rent.
       * Jer 5:3 1Ki 21:27 2Ki 19:1,2; 22:11-19 2Ch 34:19-31 Isa 36:22; 37:1
       * Jon 3:6 Mt 12:41
    
    
    VERSE 25 
     - Elnathan.
       * :12; 26:22
    - made.
       * Jer 13:15-17 Ge 37:22,26-28 Mt 27:4,24,25 Ac 5:34-39
    - but.
       * Pr 21:29
    
    
    VERSE 26 
     - Hammelech.  or, the king.  to take.
       * Jer 2:30; 26:21-23 1Ki 19:1-3,10,14 Mt 23:34-37; 26:47-50
       * Joh 7:32; 8:20; 11:57
    - but.
       * :5,19; 1:19; 15:20,21 1Ki 17:3,9; 18:4,10-12 2Ki 6:18-20
       * Ps 27:5; 32:7; 57:1; 64:2; 91:1; 121:8 Isa 26:20 Joh 8:59 Ac 12:11
    
    
    VERSE 27 
     - See on ver.
       * :23
    
    VERSE 28
        * Jer 28:13,14; 44:28 Job 23:13 Zec 1:5,6 Mt 24:35 2Ti 2:13
    
    
    VERSE 29 
     - Thou hast.
       * De 29:19 Job 15:24; 40:8 Isa 45:9 Ac 5:39 1Co 10:22
    - Why.
       * Jer 26:9; 32:3 Isa 29:21; 30:10 Ac 5:28
    - The king.
       * Jer 21:4-7,10; 28:8; 32:28-30; 34:21,22
    
    
    VERSE 30 
     - He shall.
       * Jer 22:30 2Ki 24:12-15
    - and his.
       * Jer 22:18 Ge 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."  (Ge 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."
    
    
    VERSE 31 
     - punish.  Heb. visit upon.
       * Jer 23:34 *marg:
    - will bring.
       * Jer 11:8; 17:18; 19:15; 29:17-19; 35:17; 44:4-14 Le 26:14 De 28:15-68
       * Pr 29:1
    - but.
       * Mt 23:37
    
    
    VERSE 32 
     - took.  See on ver.
       * :28-30
    - who.
       * :4,18 Ex 4:15,16 Ro 16:22
    - there.
       * Le 26:18,21,24,28 Da 3:19 Re 22:18
    - like words.  Heb. words as they.
    
    
    
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