Jeremiah and Ezekiel
Last Modified: 2011-07-09
Known as the “prophet with a weeping heart”
His informal call to be a prophet came in the womb, even before he was born
He was called as a youth to be a prophet
His own neighbors were against him
Never married, by his own choice for her protection
Met an untimely death due to stoning
God told him Jerusalem would be destroyed
The city was burned to the ground
He predicted the Jews would by in captivity for 70 years
His secretary or Amanuensis was Barauch
The Spirit of the Lord was “with him”
Most of the book’s language was highly figurative
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