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Bible (Reina Valera) 24: Jeremías

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This book is a beautiful and timeless collection of writings by the prophet Jeremiah. The language is poetic and powerful, filled with emotion and depth. The themes of faith, redemption, and the consequences of disobedience are woven throughout the text, making it both thought-provoking and spiritually moving.

Jeremiah's messages of warning and hope are as relevant today as they were when they were first written. His unwavering dedication to God's will and his unyielding faith in the face of adversity serve as a source of inspiration for readers of all backgrounds.

Overall, this book is a must-read for anyone seeking wisdom, guidance, and spiritual growth. It is a testament to the enduring power of faith and the importance of staying true to one's beliefs, even in the most challenging circumstances.

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Jeremías, a menudo llamado "el profeta llorón" debido a su persistente mensaje del juicio de Dios, profetizó a la nación de Judá desde el reinado del rey Josías en 627 a. C. hasta la destrucción de Jerusalén en 586 a. C. Dictó sus profecías al escriba llamado Baruch . La tarea de Jeremías como profeta era declarar el juicio venidero de Dios. Sin embargo, a lo largo del libro también vemos la preocupación de Dios por el arrepentimiento y la justicia, tanto en los individuos como en las naciones. Este enfoque dual se ve en las instrucciones de Dios a Jeremías: Él debía "arrancar y derrumbar", pero también "construir y plantar" . Jeremías ve un día futuro cuando Dios escribirá su ley en los corazones humanos, y "todos ellos me conocerán", y "no recordaré más su pecado"

English Translation:
Jeremiah, often called "the weeping prophet" because of his persistent message of God's judgment, prophesied to the nation of Judah since the reign of King Josiah in 627 BC. C. until the destruction of Jerusalem in 586 a. C. He dictated his prophecies to the scribe named Baruch . Jeremiah's task as a prophet was to declare God's coming judgment. However, throughout the book we also see God's concern for repentance and justice, both in individuals and in nations. This dual focus is seen in God's instructions to Jeremiah: He was to "pluck and tear down," but also "build and plant" . Jeremiah sees a future day when God will write His law on human hearts, and "all of them will know Me", and "I will no longer remember their sin"

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