Jeremiah 30: Promises of Deliverance

A Scripture reading of the book of Jeremiah (Yirmeyahu) chapter 30, which focuses on the deliverance of the people of Israel from their final captivity in these last days.

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JEREMIAH 30: ROMISES OF DELIVERANCE

1 Yah gave another message to Jeremiah. He said, 2 “This is what Yah, the Elohim of Israel, says: Write down for the record everything I have said to you, Jeremiah.”

3 “For the time is coming when I will restore the fortunes of my people of Israel and Judah. I will bring them home to this land that I gave to their ancestors, and they will possess it again. I, Yah, have spoken!” 4 This is the message Yah gave concerning Israel and Judah. 5 This is what Yah says: “I hear cries of fear; there is terror and no peace. 6 Now let me ask you a question: Do men give birth to babies? Then why do they stand there, ashen-faced, hands pressed against their sides like a woman in labor?”

7 “In all history there has never been such a time of terror. It will be a time of trouble for my people Israel. Yet in the end they will be saved! 8 For in that day,” says Yah of Heaven’s Armies, “I will break the yoke from their necks and snap their chains. Foreigners will no longer be their masters. 9 For my people will serve Yah their Elohim and their king descended from David— the king I will raise up for them.

10 “So do not be afraid, Jacob, my servant; do not be dismayed, Israel,” says Yah. “For I will bring you home again from distant lands, and your children will return from their exile. Israel will return to a life of peace and quiet, and no one will terrorize them. 11 For I am with you and will save you,” says Yah. “I will completely destroy the nations where I have scattered you, but I will not completely destroy you. I will discipline you, but with justice; I cannot let you go unpunished.”

12 This is what Yah says: “Your injury is incurable—a terrible wound. 13 There is no one to help you or to bind up your injury. No medicine can heal you. 14 All your lovers—your allies—have left you and do not care about you anymore. I have wounded you cruelly, as though I were your enemy. For your sins are many, and your guilt is great. 15 Why do you protest your punishment—this wound that has no cure? I have had to punish you because your sins are many and your guilt is great.

16 “But all who devour you will be devoured, and all your enemies will be sent into exile. All who plunder you will be plundered, and all who attack you will be attacked. 17 I will give you back your health and heal your wounds,” says Yah. “For you are called an outcast—‘Jerusalem for whom no one cares.’ ”

18 This is what Yah says: “When I bring Israel home again from captivity and restore their fortunes, Jerusalem will be rebuilt on its ruins, and the palace reconstructed as before. 19 There will be joy and songs of thanksgiving, and I will multiply my people, not diminish them; I will honor them, not despise them. 20 Their children will prosper as they did long ago. I will establish them as a nation before me, and I will punish anyone who hurts them. 21 They will have their own ruler again, and he will come from their own people. I will invite him to approach me,” says Yah, “for who would dare to come unless invited? 22 You will be my people, and I will be your Elohim.”

23 Look! Yah’s anger bursts out like a storm, a driving wind that swirls down on the heads of the wicked. 24 The fierce anger of Yah will not diminish until it has finished all he has planned. In the days to come you will understand all this.


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