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152617683 Understanding Jeremiah Chapter 33

152617683 Understanding Jeremiah Chapter 33

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And Thrones Were Set - David's Sar HaSarim Palace Shall Rest As Jeremiah Prophesied - Upon the Resurrection of the Dead! HaShem Shall Be Enthroned Upon The Praises of Israel
And Thrones Were Set - David's Sar HaSarim Palace Shall Rest As Jeremiah Prophesied - Upon the Resurrection of the Dead! HaShem Shall Be Enthroned Upon The Praises of Israel

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Jeremiah 33.15-26
 In those days, and at that time, will I cause a shoot of righteousness to grow up unto David; and he shall execute  justice and righteousness in the land.
 In those days shall Judah be saved, and Jerusalem shall dwell safely; and this is the name whereby she shall be called, the L!D is our righteousness.
 "or thus saith the L!D# $here shall not be cut off unto David a man to sit upon the throne of the house of Israel;
 neither shall there be cut off unto the priests the Levites a man before %e to offer burnt&offerings, and to burn meal&offerings, and to do sacrifice continually.
'nd the word of the L!D came unto Jeremiah, saying#
 $hus saith the L!D# If ye can brea( %y covenant with the day, and %y covenant with the night, so that there should not be day and night in their season;
 $hen may also %y covenant be bro(en with David %y servant, that he should not have a son to reign upon his throne; and with the Levites the priests, %y ministers.
 's the host of heaven cannot be numbered, neither the sand of the sea measured; so will I multiply the seed of David %y servant, and the Levites that minister unto %e.
 'nd the word of the L!D came to Jeremiah, saying#
 )*onsiderest thou not what this people have spo(en, saying# $he two families which the L!D did choose, +e hath cast them off and they contemn %y people, that they should be no more a nation  before them.
 $hus saith the L!D# If %y covenant be not with day and night, if I have not appointed the ordinances of heaven and earth;
 then will I also cast away the seed of Jacob, and of David %y servant, so that I will not ta(e of his seed to be rulers over the seed of 'braham, Isaac, and Jacob; for I will cause their captivity to return, and will have compassion on them.)
 +ow are we to understand the passage of Jeremiah It clearly spea(s of a- David, b- a man, c- a righteous shoot, d- a son, e- his seed, and, f- rulers plural- ruling over the +ouse of Israel. If the  passage is understood within the context of the verses preceding /0&12, which spea( of the sheep dwelling in all the cities of Israel, then we must understand the resolution to this 3uestion to mean that David is the 4hepard of Israel for floc(s do not dwell in cities. $he preceding verses spea( of 5a habitation of shepherds causing their floc(s to lie down /1- and the floc(s again pass under the hands of him that counts them,...5 /6-!ambam clearly states when the era of %oshiach comes, do not expect that the natural order of the world will change, but that things will continue as they have. +e relates that the passage in Isaiah //.2 is a metaphore for the political change that will occur & the lamb, li(e the calf will dwell safely with the wolf and lion. Israel is the lamb, the calf is the nation which has willingly served +a4hem and the wolves are those who have been their enemies. 7achmanides however believes Isaiah to ta(e the Isaiah  passage to be literal and states that all animals will be domesticated and sweet&tempered.$o understand the era of the %oshiach, we must loo( to what Jeremiah says elsewhere about David#16.
 58ehold, the days come, saith the L!D, that I will raise unto David a righteous shoot, and he shall reign as (ing and prosper, and shall execute  justice and righteousness in the land.5 $his passu( reads in part, in the +ebrew
vaha3imoti l)David 9ehmach t9ede(. :et there is a perplexing passage of intrigue, 1 4amuel /./ wherein the pretending 5widow5
says to <ing David concerning his son 'bsalom-# 5"or we must needs die, and are as water spilt on the ground, which cannot be gathered up again; neither doth =od respect any person; but let him devise means, that he that is banished be not an outcast from him.5 $he +ebrew text reads, in part#
4o what these two text are alluding to is both death and resurrection> $he phonetics of both Jeremiah 16.0 and 1 4amuel /./ say 5(i&mot5 the former with the prefixes and suffixes. 4olomon uses the word in %ishley ?roverbs- /@.1@ (imat with a tet- as 5little worth5 and the targum translates it as 5a wound.5 ?roverbs, '. Al9as, +eadmaster, Leeds +ebrew 4chool. *harles =oodal, JB 8ean C 4on, and of the $ranslator. London# $rubner C *o., ?aternoster !ow, /E/, ?age 16, n1@. In %enorah Journal, Fol. &G-; the word <imot is used as wailing elegies, lamenting the holy&ones, by wandering, landless slaves. Intercollegiate %enorah 'ssociation, /G11. ?age 1/. In 'lfonso H of *astile, the learned (ing, /11/&/1# an international symposium, +arvard niversity, /E 7ovember /G, "rancisco %r3ue9 Fillanueva, *arlos 'lberto Fega, ?age 2/, /GG@ & 4nippet viewIts mode, ma(am nawa, was also indicated. +ere, its
 text is given in a schematic form# :emay hdrpi ahavtaniK@ atal bevor netashtani. a, a 'na hish u&sameheni, dodi
 enitani. x, a 4ha(anta  bi9vul evita, b td( 3uehal am 92 3anita,
 In Jeremiah 6@.G the ?rophet clearly says of David, +a4hem will raise him up> A9e(iel 6.16 refers to David as +a4hem)s 4hepherd and 4ervant even as does Jeremiah 6@.G.A9e(iel 6.
 5'nd I will set up one shepherd over them, and he shall feed them, even %y servant David; he shall feed them, and he shall be their shepherd.
 'nd I the L!D will be their =od, and %y servant David prince among them; I the L!D have spo(en.5 J?4 /G/- +ere, the ?rophets clearly identify David as servant, shepherd and prince in the era of the *ovenant of ?eace> $his 5transformation of David as ?rince5 nullifies the concept of David or one of David)s offspring as <ing. Bhat this means is that +'4+A% is <ing. +a4hem is given rightful place in the hearts and minds of +a4+A%)4 children. "or in this era of the resurrection, there will be no need for 5(ings5 or for Israel to be li(e the nations around them who needed a (ing military ruler- to go out to and come in from battle. 5$hey the non&Jewish nationsM shall learn war no more....5 Isaiah 1.- $ehillim E.E/ 5from tending the sheep to be the shepherd of +is people Jacob, of Israel +is Inheritance.5 *ompare / *hronicles //.1, A9e(iel 6E.1, ./&6, 0.E&.In A9e(iel 2#/, we find, 5%oreover the prince shall not ta(e of the peopleNs inheritance by oppression, to thrust them out of their possession; but he shall give his sons inheritance out of his own  possession# that my people be not scattered every man from his possession.5 $his prince shall have sons. $he same prince Jeremiah says will have seed or off&spring as rulers.J?4 translates $ehillim G@./0 <imot (af, yud, mem, vav, tav; the full spelling- as 5afflictions.5 $he  preceding verse# 5 satisfy us in the morning with $hy mercy; that we may rejoice and be glad all our days.5 $he 5morning5 and 5all our days5 must include the era of %oshiach, the morning of the !esurrection of all the dead wherein the dead will be 5glad all our days5 because we are 5satisfied with +a4hem)s %ercy>5 4ee for example, ?age 61G, *omparative 4tudies in 8iblical and 'ncient riental

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