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Ecc/SoS/Isa/Jer

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Chapters 1-2 Life is meaningless
Chapter 9 Same fate – all die
Chapter 12 Aging and “The conclusion of the matter… Fear God and keep His commandments.”
Song of Songs (The greatest of all songs!)
Purpose of Song of Songs To exult the joys of love and sex in marriage.
SS 5:1, 16 Christian marriage is composed of two disciples being “friends and lovers”
1 Kings 2:22. (SS 6:13) “Shulammite” woman is “Abishag the Shunammite.” This would explain all the more Solomon’s righteous anger toward Adonijah.
Isaiah son of Amoz "The greatest of the writing prophets.” His name literally means "The Lord saves." Isaiah was sawed in half. (Hebrews 11:37) He lived in Jerusalem, and had his greatest influence under King Hezekiah. (Isaiah 37)
Messianic Prophecies Isaiah 7:14, Isaiah 9:1-7, Isaiah 11:1-12, Isaiah 53, Isaiah 61:1-2
Remnant Theology Isaiah 10:20-23, Isaiah 11:1-3, 10-16, Isaiah 36-37 Key verse: 37:4 – “Pray for the remnant that still survives.”
Jeremiah Son of the priest – Hilkiah. He was called as a very young man to be a “prophet to the nations.” (Jer 1:4-5) After Josiah is killed, Jeremiah writes “the Laments” (2 Chron 35:25) Jeremiah dies in Egypt heartbroken after the fall of Jerusalem. (Jer 43:8)
Jeremiah 1:4-8 Jeremiah’s calling
Jeremiah 5:30-31; 6:9-17 The spiritual condition of Judah
Jeremiah 7:1-15 False reliance on the Temple deceiving the Jews that God was with them
Jeremiah 18:1-10; 19:1, 10-13 The Potter is God; Jeremiah breaks the jar as a sign of God’s judgment
Jeremiah 23:1-4 God gathers the remnant with a vision of righteous leadership
Jeremiah 29:1-14 Jeremiah’s letter to the remnant in Babylon and the 70 year prophecy of the return of the Jews from Babylon to Jerusalem.
Jeremiah 35 The Recabites
Jeremiah 36 Jehoiakim burns Jeremiah’s scroll but ultimately cannot destroy the Word of God
Jeremiah 52:31-34 Jehoiachin given a seat of honor in Babylon
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