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(16 th) How was Ezekiel personally a sign to the people of Jerusalem and (16 th) How was Ezekiel personally a sign to the people of Jerusalem and Judah?

(16 th) How was Ezekiel personally a sign to the people of Jerusalem and (16 th) How was Ezekiel personally a sign to the people of Jerusalem and Judah? Eze. 24: 16 -27 (24, 27) The Lord tells Ezekiel that the delight of his eyes would die, he was not to morn (was not to lament, weep or shed a tear) because Judah was going to loose the Temple (their delight)

(17 th) What were three places, even a forth that Jeremiah was put by (17 th) What were three places, even a forth that Jeremiah was put by force?

(17 th) What were three places, even a forth that Jeremiah was put by (17 th) What were three places, even a forth that Jeremiah was put by force? Jer. 37: 15 -16 – a vaulted cell in a dungeon. 37: 21 – court yard of the guard. 38: 6 - a cistern (deep well, no water only mud) 38: 13 – back to the court yard of the guards

(18 th) What did Jeremiah buy and for what reason (s) did he buy (18 th) What did Jeremiah buy and for what reason (s) did he buy it?

(18 th) What did Jeremiah buy and for what reason (s) did he buy (18 th) What did Jeremiah buy and for what reason (s) did he buy it? Jer. 32: 6 -16 Jeremiah was given a vision to buy a property from an uncle because he was the next kinsmen (the Leveret Law) as a sign of hope that once again land would be bought and sold in Judah.

(19 th) What was the final fate of Jeremiah? And of Jerusalem? And King (19 th) What was the final fate of Jeremiah? And of Jerusalem? And King Zedekiah? (did these last readings stir your heart? )

(19 th) What was the final fate of Jeremiah? And of Jerusalem? And King (19 th) What was the final fate of Jeremiah? And of Jerusalem? And King Zedekiah? (did these last readings stir your heart? ) 2 Kg. 25: 1 -21 Jerusalem fell to the Babylonians, the king blinded and officials and kings sons killed. The temple burned, as was the palace and other important buildings. Temple articles carried off.