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Donald C. Fleming

Bridgeway Bible Commentary - Jeremiah 33:1-26

The nation restored (33:1-26)After this reassurance, God encourages Jeremiah to ask for further revelations of his plans for his people (3:1-3). Because of his imprisonment, Jeremiah may not know what is happening in and around the city. God shows him that the people of Jerusalem are desperate. They are demolishing houses and palaces in order to obtain materials to strengthen the city walls against the enemy’s battering rams. But they are wasting their time, as the city is going to be destroyed... read more

E.W. Bullinger

E.W. Bullinger's Companion Bible Notes - Jeremiah 33:21

My covenant . . . with David. Wholly unconditional. Compare 2 Samuel 7:12 , &c. Compare Psalms 89:3 , Psalms 89:4 , Psalms 89:20-37 , and Jer 132:11 , with Jeremiah 31:35-37 , and Jeremiah 33:17-26 . read more

Thomas Constable

Expository Notes of Dr. Thomas Constable - Jeremiah 33:14-26

The restoration of David’s dynasty and the legitimate priesthood 33:14-26This section consists of a small collection of messianic prophecies. read more

Thomas Constable

Expository Notes of Dr. Thomas Constable - Jeremiah 33:19-21

This promise of the restoration of a Davidic king and of Levitical priests would be as certain as the Lord’s promise that day will follow night forever (cf. Jeremiah 31:35-36; Genesis 1:5; Genesis 1:14-18; Genesis 8:22; Numbers 25:12-13; Deuteronomy 4:19; Psalms 19:1-6; Psalms 136:7-9). read more

John Dummelow

John Dummelow's Commentary on the Bible - Jeremiah 33:1-26

1-13. Restoration and honour again promised.1. See on Jeremiah 32:2. 2. The maker thereof] RV ’that doeth it’ (viz. that which He hath purposed). 4. By the mounts, and by the sword] RV ’to make a defence against the mounts, and against the sword,’ to make room for the besieged to erect defensive works. For ’mounts’see Jeremiah 6:6. 5. They] the besieged. The only result of their fighting is that they fill these houses with the slain. 11. Praise the Lord, etc.] Jeremiah quotes from the Temple... read more

Charles John Ellicott

Ellicott's Commentary for English Readers - Jeremiah 33:19-22

(19-22) And the word of the Lord came unto Jeremiah, saying . . .—The new introduction here and in Jeremiah 33:23 indicates a fresh message borne in on the prophet’s mind after an interval of time. In substance it repeats the promise of Jeremiah 33:17-18, but it reproduces them with yet greater solemnity. The covenant of Jehovah with David and with the Levites the priests is placed on the same level of permanence as the ordered succession of day and night. If the old order ultimately gave way... read more

William Nicoll

Expositor's Bible Commentary - Jeremiah 33:1-26

CHAPTER XXXIVRESTORATION VREVIEWJeremiah 30:1-24; Jeremiah 31:1-40; Jeremiah 32:1-44; Jeremiah 33:1-26IN reviewing these chapters we must be careful not to suppose that Jeremiah knew all that would ultimately result from his teaching. When he declared that the conditions of the New Covenant would be written, not in a few parchments, but on every heart, he laid down a principle which involved the most characteristic teaching of the New Testament and the Reformers, and which might seem to justify... read more

Arno Clemens Gaebelein

Arno Gaebelein's Annotated Bible - Jeremiah 33:1-26

CHAPTER 33 New Message of Restoration and Blessing 1. The call to pray and Jerusalem’s overthrow (Jeremiah 33:1-5 ) 2. Future blessing and glory (Jeremiah 33:6-14 ) 3. The Branch of Righteousness; Jerusalem’s new name (Jeremiah 33:15-18 ) 4. Jehovah’s faithfulness (Jeremiah 33:19-26 ) Jeremiah 33:1-5 . Jeremiah is still in prison, as we learn from the first verse. The siege of Jerusalem is on. Then the Lord said, “Call unto Me, and I will answer thee, and show thee great and mighty... read more

James Gray

James Gray's Concise Bible Commentary - Jeremiah 33:1-26

MORE MESSAGES FOR ZEDEKIAH In some respects the most important chapter here is the first, which deals with Babylon’s supremacy, and reveals the beginning of “the times of the Gentiles,” or “the fulness of the Gentiles” (Romans 11:25 ). The term refers to the period when Israel, because of her disobedience to God, has forfeited her place of power in the earth and is scattered among the nations. It begins when God transfers this power to the Gentiles as represented by Babylon, and continues... read more

Robert Hawker

Hawker's Poor Man's Commentary - Jeremiah 33:19-26

We have here two short, but sweet Sermons of the Prophet, and both to the same amount, by way of confirming the word. The Lord appeals to his original Covenant made after the flood, by way of assuring the Church of his mercy. If the Covenant of day and night cease, then, and not before, may the seed of our spiritual David tremble for their captivity. Genesis 8:21-22 . read more

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