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1:1

rfrt

What has the city of Jerusalem become like even though she was once a mighty nation?

The city has become like a widow.

3

1:3

nhnp

What can Judah not find even though she lives among the nations?

Judah can find no rest even though she lives among the nations.

4

1:5

quc2

Why has Yahweh afflicted the city of Jerusalem?

Yahweh has afflicted the city of Jerusalem because of her many sins.

5

1:6

q0zy

What has left the daughter of Zion?

Beauty has left the daughter of Zion.

6

1:7

kohe

What did Jerusalem have in former days that she now calls to mind?

Jerusalem recalls all her precious treasures that she had in former days.

7

1:8

ute7

Because Jerusalem sinned greatly, what has she become like?

Jerusalem has become like a menstrual rag.

8

1:10

qumw

What has Jerusalem seen enter her sanctuary even though Yahweh had commanded that they must not enter?

Jerusalem has seen the nations enter her sanctuary.

9

1:11

svvc

What do the people do as they search for bread?

The people groan as they search for bread.

10

1:13

futb

What has Yahweh spread before the feet of Jerusalem to turn her back?

Yahweh has spread a net before the feet of Jerusalem.

11

1:14

n9ng

What has failed because of the yoke of Jerusalem’s transgressions that are knit together and placed on her neck?

Jerusalem’s strength has failed because of the yoke of her transgressions placed on her neck.

12

1:15

qbve

Like what has the Lord trampled the virgin daughter of Judah?

The Lord has trampled the virgin daughter of Judah like grapes in a wine press.

13

1:16

ryee

Why are Jerusalem’s children desolate?

Jerusalem’s children are desolate because the enemy has triumphed.

14

1:18

egi1

Who have gone into captivity because Jerusalem rebelled against Yahweh’s commandment?

Jerusalem’s virgins and vigorous men have gone into captivity.

15

1:19

hxcf

Who perished in the city while they sought food to restore their lives?

Jerusalem’s priests and elders perished in the city.

16

1:20

i69j

What is turned within Jerusalem because she grievously rebelled?

Jerusalem’s heart is turned within her.

17

1:21

z65j

What do the enemies of Jerusalem do when they hear of her adversity?

The enemies of Jerusalem rejoice.

18

1:22

ccb1

What does Jerusalem request Yahweh to do to her enemies as they come before Yahweh?

Jerusalem asks that Yahweh would torment her enemies as Yahweh has tormented her for all her transgressions.

19

2:1-2

mn6j

How does the Lord express his anger because of Jeremiah’s rebellion?

He has taken away the beauty of Israel, has no compassion for the towns of Jacob, and has struck down the fortified cities of Judah.

20

2:3-4

n3n8

How does his anger affect Israel and Zion?

The Lord has removed all of Israel’s strength and poured his wrath on Zion.

21

2:5-6

oqsj

How is the Lord’s anger shown?

The Lord has become like an enemy, he destroyed the palace and the tabernacle, and has despised both king and priest.

22

2:7

h04c

Why does the enemy feel victorious?

They feel victorious because the Lord rejected his altar and has given the walls of the palace over to them.

23

2:9

d0qj

What has happened to the gates and bars of Zion?

Her gates have sunk into the ground, and Yahweh has destroyed and broken her gate bars.

24

2:10

q8k1

How do the elders and virgins show they are grieving?

The elders sit on the ground, sprinkle their heads with dust while dressed in sackcloth. The virgins lower their heads to the ground.

25

2:11-12

cscx

Why is Jeremiah lamenting?

Because there is nothing for his people to eat or drink.

26

2:15-16

j5v8

What do the mockers do as they pass through the city?

They clap their hands, hiss and shake their heads, they whistle and grind their teeth.

27

2:18-19

b6q5

How do the people show their remorse?

They cry out to the Lord and lift their hands to him for the sake of their children.

28

2:20

qvix

Why are the people begging for Yahweh’s mercy?

Because he has dealt with them so severely, they are hungry, and they are concerned about their priests being slaughtered.

29

2:21-22

tmrj

How does Jeremiah describe the day of Yahweh’s wrath?

On the day of Yahweh’s wrath, Yahweh killed young and old, no one survived, and he showed no compassion.

30

3:3

nbw5

What does the writer say that Yahweh has turned against him all the day?

Yahweh’s hand is turned against him all the day.

31

3:7

xfvp

What does the writer say that Yahweh has built around him so that he cannot escape?

Yahweh has built a wall around him.

32

3:10

d1bb

To what animal does the writer compare Yahweh and say that it is waiting to ambush him?

The writer describes Yahweh as a bear that is waiting to ambush him.

33

3:14

eh9j

What has the writer become to all his people?

The writer has become a laughingstock to all his people.

34

3:17

prdw

What can the writer no longer remember since Yahweh has removed peace from his life?

The writer can no longer remember any happiness.

35

3:19-20

ilq9

What is the writer’s mood as he calls to mind his affliction?

The writer’s mood is one of despair within himself as he calls to mind his affliction.

36

3:23

b0pm

What does the writer say occurs afresh every morning?

The writer says that Yahweh’s merciful actions occur afresh every morning.

37

3:25-26

ahrv

What is Yahweh like toward the one who waits for him and to whose who wait in silence for the salvation of Yahweh?

Yahweh is good to those who wait for him, and wait in silence for Yahweh’s salvation.

38

3:26-28

b0d5

How should a person sit because Yahweh has laid it upon him?

A person should sit alone and silent because Yahweh has laid it upon him.

39

3:32

xuik

What does Yahweh show, even though he brings grief?

Yahweh shows compassion even though he brings grief.

40

3:33

aeol

From where does Yahweh not oppress or torment the sons of men?

Yahweh does not oppress from his heart or torment the sons of men.

41

3:38

lf1l

What two things come out of the mouth of the Most High?

Calamity and success come out of the mouth of the Most High.

42

3:40-41

r6ie

What should the people lift up to God in the heavens when they test and examine their ways and turn back to Yahweh?

The people should lift up their hearts and their hands to God in the heavens.

43

3:42

wukj

What should the people admit that they have done against Yahweh as they pray?

They should admit that they have sinned and rebelled against Yahweh.

44

3:45

iuyb

What does the writer say that Yahweh has made them to be among the peoples?

Yahweh has made them to be castoffs and refuse among the peoples.

45

3:48-49

l1d8

How does the writer describe the tears that flow from his eyes?

His tears are streams of water that flow out from his eyes.

46

3:52-54

n4b4

What does the writer say as his enemies hunt him and destroy his life in a well and place a stone over him?

He says, “I have been cut off!”

47

3:55-57

uzph

What did Yahweh tell the writer when he called on Yahweh’s name and asked Yahweh to hear his cry for help?

Yahweh told him, “Do not fear!”

48

3:59

xqwz

How does the writer ask Yahweh to judge his case?

He asks Yahweh to judge his case justly.

49

3:63

i8lj

Of what is the writer the object from his enemies, whether in their sitting or their rising up?

He is the object of their mocking song.

50

3:64

xa1t

What does the writer ask Yahweh to do to his enemies?

He asks Yahweh to pay back to them as much harm as what their hands have done.

51

3:66

h0bj

What does the writer ask Yahweh to do to his enemies?

he asks Yahweh to pursue his enemies in his anger and destroy them everywhere under the heavens.

52

4:1

g4ho

What has become of the gold and the holy stones?

The gold has become completely tarnished, the purest gold has changed and the holy stones have been poured out at the head of every street.

53

4:2

fuly

What were the sons of Zion, and how are they now valued?

The sons of Zion were precious, valued greater than pure gold, but now they are regarded as clay jars made by potter’s hands.

54

4:3

x5tf

How do the daughters of his people act?

They are as cruel as the ostrich in the desert.

55

4:4

shf7

What happens to the tongue of the nursing baby and what are the children asking for?

The tongue of the nursing baby sticks to the roof of his mouth with thirst and the children are asking for bread but there is nothing for them.

56

4:5

crwe

What has happened to the ones who used to eat expensive food and those who wore scarlet clothing?

The ones who used to eat expensive food are now abandoned and starving, and the ones who wore scarlet clothing are now on top of the garbage heaps.

57

4:6

t6v9

How great is the iniquity of the daughter of his people?

The iniquity of the daughter is greater than the sin of Sodom.

58

4:7-8

bwhr

What were her leaders like before, and how are they now?

Her leaders were like snow that shines, they were as white as milk, their bodies were more ruddy than coral, and their form like sapphire. Now darkness has blackened their appearance, they are unrecognizable, and their skin clings to their withered bones.

59

4:9

rhyb

What does Jeremiah say about those who have been killed by hunger compared to those killed by the sword?

Jeremiah says that those killed by the sword are better off than those killed by hunger.

60

4:10

x9xl

What did the compassionate women do with their children?

They boiled their own children and the children became their food.

61

4:11

zrei

How did Yahweh satisfy his rage?

Yahweh satisfied his rage when he poured out his burning anger, kindled a fire in Zion, and devoured her foundations.

62

4:12

uq4l

What did the kings and the inhabitants of the world not believe could happen to Jerusalem?

They did not believe that an enemy could enter the gates of Jerusalem.

63

4:13

lv1h

What did the enemy do because of the sins of the prophets and the iniquities of the priests?

The enemy entered the gates of Jerusalem.

64

4:14

ne4b

What happened to those prophets and priests?

They wandered like blind men in the streets and were defiled by that blood so no one was able to touch their clothes.

65

4:15

s9ch

What did the prophets and priests cry out?

The prophets and the priests cried out and said to flee and to not touch them.

66

4:15

n928

Where did the prophets and the priests go?

They wandered to other lands where the Gentiles said they could not live there any longer.

67

4:16

xd19

What did Yahweh do to the prophets and the priests?

Yahweh scattered the prophets and priests and does not look on them with favor any longer.

68

4:16

ben8

How are the priests received and how are the elders received?

The priests are not respected anymore and the elders are not shown any concern.

69

4:17

map9

What failed to find worthless help?

Their eyes failed to find help.

70

4:18

aqxk

What did the enemy do to them?

They hunted their steps going through their streets.

71

4:18

w46w

What did the people say about their end?

They said their end was near, their days were finished, and their end had come.

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4:19

ppb2

How did the people describe the pursuers, and what did the pursuers do to them?

The pursuers were swifter than the eagles and chased them to the mountains and lay in wait for them in the wilderness.

73

4:20

j4wc

What happened to their king?

Their king was captured in the enemy’s pits.

74

4:21

oudz

Why is the daughter of Edom told to rejoice and be glad?

She is told to rejoice and be glad for the cup will pass to her and she will be drunk and strip naked.

75

4:22

arcg

What is the daughter of Zion told?

She is told her guilt is ended and Yahweh will no longer keep her in exile.

76

4:22

qzih

What is the daughter of Edom told?

The daughter of Edom is told Yahweh will punish her guilt and will uncover her sins.

77

5:1

on3n

What does Jeremiah ask Yahweh to do?

Jeremiah asks Yahweh to call to mind what has happened to them and to see their shame.

78

5:2

r642

What does Jeremiah tell Yahweh has happened to their inheritance?

Jeremiah tells Yahweh that their inheritance has been turned over to strangers, and their houses to foreigners.

79

5:5-6

yxp4

How does Jeremiah describe what is happening to them?

Their enemies run after them, they are weary, and they have reached out to the Egyptians and Assyrians for food.

80

5:7

dknz

What are the people saying about sin?

They are saying their fathers sinned and they bear their fathers’ sins.

81

5:8

p40y

What are the people saying about the slaves?

The people are saying the slaves rule over them and there is no one to rescue them.

82

5:9

tx33

How do they describe themselves when they go out to get bread?

They risk their lives to get bread in the face of the sword in the wilderness.

83

5:10

imrj

How do they describe their skin?

Their skin is like an oven and burnt up from the fever of famine.

84

5:11

ooh3

What happened to the women and virgins?

The women of Zion and the virgins of the cities of Judah were raped.

85

5:12

o1i3

What happened to the princes and the elders?

The princes were hung by their hands and the elders were not honored.

86

5:13

r3bv

What happened to the vigorous men and youthful men?

The vigorous men were brought up to the grinding house and the youthful men staggered beneath logs.

87

5:14

rfnb

What happened to the elders and the vigorous men?

The elders were removed from the city gate and the vigorous men from their music.

88

5:15-16

b35p

How do they describe the joy of their heart, their dances, and their crown?

Their joy has ceased, their dances have changed into mourning, and the crown has fallen from their head.

89

5:17

tgsk

What do they say about their hearts and eyes?

Their hearts have become sick and their eyes have grown dim.

90

5:19

fowu

What do they say about Yahweh’s reign and throne?

Yahweh reigns forever and his throne is from generation to generation.

91

5:20-21

qtfi

What do they ask Yahweh?

They ask Yahweh whether he is forgetting them forever, and if he will turn them back to him.