Comments on Jeremiah and Lamentations
Jeremiah and Lamentations comprise the most material written by any prophet in Scripture. The book of Jeremiah carries us through the time shortly before the captivity of Judah and Jerusalem and well into that 70 year captivity. There are many warnings given, much interesting and scripturally-valuable history, and much that was prophetic of better days for Judah and far better still-future days for both Israel and Judah and the whole world.
The short book of Lamentations shows Jeremiah's love for his people and his sorrow over the wages of sin against the Lord they were paying at that time. It serves as a dire warning to us all of the consequences of turning our backs to the Lord!
|Author||Grant, L. M.|
|Number of Pages||152|
|Subject||Commentaries (Old Testament)|