Jeremiah: Calamity Coming

August 30, 2021 at 11:05 AM 1 comment

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Links for your research (agreement not implied, etc):

  1. Taliban’s new arsenal courtesy Biden admin
  2. Pfizer CEO says there will be 3 boosters/yr including for toddlers
  3. Insanity in Vietnam
  4. 60% of those older than 50 who die from CV are double vaxxed (will be taken down soon)
  5. The End of Comfortable Christianity?
  6. Vaxxed have 251 times viral load than unvaxxed…
  7. A pathologist’s summary of what the CV injections do to brain and other organs (17-minute video)
  8. Harvard Epidemiologist Says the Case for COVID Vaccine Passports Was Just Demolished
  9. Opinion: COVID-19: Unquestioning compliance on our part equates to research data on theirs
  10. JD Farag’s fact sheet for the Rapture
  11. Losing vaccinated status in Israel
  12. Big Pharma Eyes Next Childhood Vaccine Cash Cow — mRNA Vaccines for RSV
  13. From Chimpanzees to Children: The Origins of RSV — Respiratory Syncytial Virus
  14. BBC Radio Host Died of COVID Vaccine Complications, Coroner Confirms
  15. Israeli Study Shows Natural Immunity 13x More Effective Than Vaccines At Stopping Delta
  16. From Vaccinated to Unvaccinated: How People Can Wake Up (17 and a half minute video)
  17. Remember when the WHO warned against vaccine passports?

Dr. Zelenko’s comments on current Pfizer vaccine and whether or not it was given full approval. Apparently, the EUA was simply extended but it’s convoluted as the second post below highlights.

Let me comment on a couple of links above. Pfizer is moving ahead to ensure that those who get the vax get three boosters per year and plan to include toddlers in it, the least likely group to be affected by CV-19 (article number 2).

So the tyranny continues. Where were the boosters for the annual flu and why weren’t toddlers included then? Did not the 30,000 to 80,000 people who died yearly in the USA matter?

Everyone who took the original CV vax should be dutifully lining up for each and every booster without hesitation. If you only took the first CV jab, why did you stop there?

Article number 5 is well worth reading. It’s a history of how America got to where we are today since the 1930’s. It shows how America is now at a point where it is uncomfortable to be a Christian and I personally believe that is good for Christians and the Church. It forces us to come out of Babylon and stand for and with Jesus.

While so many within Christendom are bowing the knee to Babylon, Christians need, it seems, the solid impetus and push to learn what it means to grow in our fear (of offending) the Lord. We can all do better there (including me), can’t we?

Too often we Christians fear the system and/or man. That doesn’t mean we need to go looking for trouble because trouble will often find us in the form of Satan’s humanistic secularism and social darwinism. It’s really nothing new as it’s been around since before ancient Israel. It’s probably though the first time in our life that Christians (at least in America), have had to deal with it.

Article number 6 is interesting. Apparently those vaxxed pose a greater threat to the unvaxxed. Who knew? Article number 7 is a 17 minute video from America’s Frontline Doctors, specifically Ryan Cole, MD. It’s worth a watch/listen.

Jeremiah and Lamentations
Moving on…we are going to combine aspects of Jeremiah with the book of Lamentations since both are generally accepted to have been written by the prophet Jeremiah. While the book of Jeremiah recounts what was going to happen to Jerusalem and Israel, the book of Lamentations describes the aftermath of God’s wrath on that nation.

Robert Lee’s book, The Outlined Bible, An Outline and Analysis of Every Book of the Bible. provides basic information and outlines for every book of the Bible. Lee does a good job of helping readers reach an understanding of the premise of each book. Here are Lee’s outlines for Jeremiah and Lamentations.

Jeremiah
1. Call & Commission of Jeremiah (1)
2. In Judah before the fall of Jerusalem (2 – 38)
3. Fall of Jerusalem (39)
4. To the remnant in the land after captivity (40 – 42)
5. In Egypt (43 – 51)
6. Captivity of Judah (52)

Lamentations
1. The city represented as a Weeping Widow (1)
2. The city represented as a Veiled Woman (2)
3. The city represented as, and by, the Weeping Prophet (3)
4. The city represented as Gold; dimmed, changed, degraded (4)
5. The city represented as Suppliant pleading with the Lord (5)

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In Jeremiah 1:14-16, the Lord wastes no time informing Jeremiah what is going to happen to Jerusalem and Israel as a nation.

‘Out of the north calamity shall break forth
On all the inhabitants of the land.
For behold, I am calling
All the families of the kingdoms of the north,’ says the Lord;
‘They shall come and each one set his throne
At the entrance of the gates of Jerusalem,
Against all its walls all around,
And against all the cities of Judah.
I will utter My judgments
Against them concerning all their wickedness,
Because they have forsaken Me,
Burned incense to other gods,
And worshiped the works of their own hands.’

God warns Jeremiah of Israel’s coming judgment and the reasons for it. The Lord would call a great army from the north to overthrow Jerusalem/Israel because not only has Israel forsaken God, but they have done so by worshiping other gods made with their own hands. Isn’t it interesting that human beings, due to spiritual blindness, normally borne of rebellion, are unable to see their own stupidity? They actually created things they worshiped. As creators of these “gods” that have absolutely no power at all and are not even alive, people still saw them as deities worthy of worship.

Israel should have known better. They had a rich history of seeing time and time again how the Lord protected and saved them going all the way back to Moses. The way God dealt with Israel was something that should have stood out to them from one generation to another. Yet, this was not the case because the parents and elders of Israel did not raise up their children in a way that created loyalty to Jehovah.

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The people of Israel, by and large, were too interested in being like neighbor empires and nations. They saw surrounding nations with their panoply of gods and they became jealous, wanting the same thing. Those gods also allowed them to live however they wished, whereas God had specific requirements and rules for their daily living. God allowed them to go down that path knowing of course, that if they did not turn from those evil ways, He would eventually pour out His judgment in wrath.

Imagine being Jeremiah, who had been commissioned by God to deliver the bad news of judgment to Israel. God warns the prophet not to fear them in Jeremiah 1:17-19.

Therefore prepare yourself and arise,
And speak to them all that I command you.
Do not be dismayed before their faces,
Lest I dismay you before them.
For behold, I have made you this day
A fortified city and an iron pillar,
And bronze walls against the whole land—
Against the kings of Judah,
Against its princes,
Against its priests,
And against the people of the land.
They will fight against you,
But they shall not prevail against you.
For I am with you,” says the Lord, ‘to deliver you.’

Would you want that job? Pretty sure I wouldn’t. However, it is essentially the job that all authentic Christians have today, isn’t it? Our job is to warn people of God’s coming judgment, either when their life is over or as His judgment will fall on the world for the egregious nature of the world’s continued sin. Just read this morning (thanks to a reader), that the Senate has passed a bill appropriating billions of dollars to create hybrid human-animal chimeras. The bill was introduced by Chuck Schumer (D-NY) and is called “The Endless Frontier Act.”

So humanity continues to play God and we wonder why God will pour out judgment. We deify ourselves, believing that if we have the technology, it should be used to do whatever we want. Schumer et al are endorsing transhumanism like Frankenstein’s monster.

So while people today do not necessarily genuflect before a crude altar in their homes covered with idols they created, are we just as guilty of worshiping idols as the ancient Israelites and other nations were then? How long can this continue before God steps in and says, “Enough!”?

We can see from the start that Jeremiah had an uphill battle, didn’t he? In fact, most of the prophets had an uphill battle and were often killed for their faith in God.

Though Jeremiah knew God was with him, would provide the exact words He wanted the prophet to utter and would protect him  from danger, the reality is that it would be a very difficult ministry for the prophet. As we see throughout the books of Jeremiah and Lamentations, nothing changed as God’s Judgment poured out. The result of that judgment was traumatic and terrifying. Our world today, including the United States, is resolutely moving in that same direction.

In Jeremiah 2:5-8, God tells Jeremiah to go and speak words He would provide, telling the Israelites what God’s plan was for them. If they did not repent fully and change their ways completely, judgment would fall. God attempts to reason with the people of Israel.

What injustice have your fathers found in Me,
That they have gone far from Me,
Have followed idols,
And have become idolaters?
Neither did they say, ‘Where is the Lord,
Who brought us up out of the land of Egypt,
Who led us through the wilderness,
Through a land of deserts and pits,
Through a land of drought and the shadow of death,
Through a land that no one crossed
And where no one dwelt?’
I brought you into a bountiful country,
To eat its fruit and its goodness.
But when you entered, you defiled My land
And made My heritage an abomination.
The priests did not say, ‘Where is the Lord?’
And those who handle the law did not know Me;
The rulers also transgressed against Me;
The prophets prophesied by Baal,
And walked after things that do not profit.

Are Christians today guilty of doing the same thing Israelites did? I know in my life, I have taken God’s love for granted. I know there have been times when I have not been as faithful to Him as He has been toward me. While He will not pour out His wrath on me for my sin (1 Thessalonians 5:9), He will certainly take the time to chastise me when needed (Hebrews 12:6), won’t He? This is a sign of His love for me and it behooves me to turn from my sin quickly, fully repent of it and recommit my way to Him.

During Jeremiah’s day, Israel could not be bothered with continuing commitment to God. Remember, they surrounded themselves with false prophets who told the people what they wanted to hear (we will talk about the false prophets who withstood God in Jeremiah’s day and exist today as well within Christendom). Many professing Christians today run from one teacher to another in order to find that sweet spot of good tidings; words that will make them feel great about themselves.

In Jeremiah 2:10-11, God asks whether a nation has ever changed its gods? This was not normal. A nation had its own gods and they generally stuck with them. Not so with Israel, who exchanged the Living and True God for idols they made; idols that had no life and were incapable of hearing, speaking or doing anything. Yet Israelites put their faith in them.

We might be tempted to think that we would never do that, but is that true? Do we have our secret idols – our job, our health, our loved ones, a car, a home, land we own, clothing, life itself, or something else entirely? If our emotions are invested in these things, placing them above God, we are just as guilty as the Israelites of worshiping idols.

Brothers and sisters, we need to examine ourselves for these things, to see if they are true or not. I cannot do it for you (and I’m not interested in doing that). Only you can determine what, if any gods you worship besides the Living God. I must do the same and it is not a once-for-all determination. It is a daily examination of our heart to see whether or not something has pushed God from His rightful place.

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