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Jeremiah 14 – Solitary Man

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Jeremiah 14

Solitary Man


(Please refer to the Preface and Introduction sections found in the Jeremiah Chapter 1 commentary for some general information about this chapter by chapter study of Jeremiah).

Jer 14:1 The word of the LORD that came to Jeremiah concerning the dearth (drought).

I would like to start off today by inserting a special note.

My spirit became troubled last night. I had just finished watching an old sermon by my favorite preacher. He was speaking of mercy in the context of judgment. While his heart was certainly in the right place and there was nothing wrong with his basic theology, I found that there were places where he was misinterpreting what the plain meaning of certain texts were saying. Not that what he was teaching was wrong, but that he was using inappropriate scriptures to teach what he was trying to teach.

All of us have recognized times when the preacher tries to teach on a certain truth, then misuses certain scriptures to try and make them say what they really were not ever meant to say. This is different than extracting secondary, or alternate possible meanings, as often the Holy Spirit has hidden multiple meanings within the word.

This is a very effective tactic by the devil to harm Christians that are more or less following the Lord. He knows that he will not be able to fool you by blatantly changing the meaning of a text. Therefore, what he does is he uses a truth, and goes to certain scriptures to convince you that they are really teaching this one truth when they are not. The result is that another truth, found in that very same text, which God wants you to know, has now been hidden from your eyes. Satan was willing to let you hear one truth, if he could blind you to another.

The example I heard last night went something like this: Even in the midst of any and all judgments, God is looking for someone to remind him of his mercy, so that he can at least delay the judgment. The passage in Ezekiel where God was looking for one man to stand in the gap in order to delay or stop judgment on Judah was used. He then switched to the story of Abraham bargaining with God that if 10 righteous men were found in Sodom, then God would spare the place.

The first problem here is that while sparing the place implies the story is about God’s mercy, primarily it is not. It is about finding righteous men in a godless place. Truly righteous men. Holy and blameless men. God could not really find any in Judah. He may of been satisfied if he even found one. He could not. The story therefore is more about the universal wickedness of a fallen nation, rather than about the mercy of God.

Wouldn’t Ezekiel of qualified as that one man? Two thoughts come to mind. Perhaps he did not. This would teach us that even the remnant’s idea of righteousness most likely falls far short of God’s expectations. The more likely explanation is since Ezekiel was in Babylon, God was trying to find someone who was still living in Jerusalem, and he could not. This is why that just because you may be a righteous soul and living in America, you cannot really stand in the gap for the nation of Zimbabwe (or anywhere else), like their native citizens are called to do. Thus the story of Sodom’s judgment is the story of universal corruption of those who would reside in such a place, more so than God’s mercy, although his mercy is certainly taught in his rescue of Lot and his family.

The second misapplication was in the story of the golden calf. God told Moses to leave him alone, and let his burning anger annihilate all of Israel, and he would raise up from Moses another people. Moses stood in the gap and fought for his people. Yet did he appeal to God’s mercy? Did he remind God of his great compassion? No, he basically appealed to God’s pride. He said it would look like you weren’t any stronger than the other gods of the land, having begun to deliver your people, but not able to bring them into the promised land. He appealed to God on the basis of preserving his name, and his honor. Thus God spared them not primarily because he felt sorry for them, but that his story of total redemption would be marred for all eternity, and he was not going to let some sinful people derail his plan, which would stretch into eternity. The preacher tried to say God spared them because Moses appealed to God’s mercy. This was not true. While upholding a great truth about the amazing mercy of God, it really had nothing to do with the stated reason of why God did not destroy the calf worshippers as a whole. One great truth obscured another by this man’s misapplication.

The real big truth that the devil was obscuring was actually something else. The preacher made the people believe that there is no situation too dire, too far gone, that God’s mercy cannot touch, if only he could find enough people to pester him about it. This contradicts several verses in books such as Jeremiah and Ezekiel. Indeed, we have already found such verses, as God has commanded Jeremiah not to pray twice already for these people (Jer 11:11, 14). Ezekiel 14:12-21 speaks that if the 3 most righteous people found in the scripture were to stand before him and plead for Judah, they could save no one and no thing, except themselves. According to what this preacher said, that would directly contradict the truth found in these passages. The truth being that there can come a time in a nation’s history that they have reached the point of no return. Contrary to what some teach, God’s mercy is not infinite. If that were the case, no one would end up in hell.

My purpose in writing this commentary is first and foremost, obedience to what I believe the Lord has told me to do. Second, I have committed to go where the text takes me, not where I, or anyone else, would like it to go. Third, I want to try and extract as much relevancy to our current world situation as I can. While always acknowledging the original meaning of the verse, I believe God gives us revelation to see hints of current end time events in what was written so long ago. That is part of the wonder and mystery of the word of God!

I know that some will be offended at my unrelenting negativity. I understand that. The message is hard. It is something I daresay most are unaccustomed to. I do not expect many will continue to persevere. Yet I make no apology for what the word of God is actually saying. I cannot help the fact that God placed the book of Jeremiah on my heart in this hour. I have never attempted something like this before. I am simply trying to obey the command of my God.

In this new discourse, Judah is facing a natural disaster. We cannot place the time of this event for certain, since there is no biblical account of it, but the consensus seems to point to the time of Jehoiakim, since he proclaimed an extraordinary fast in 604 BC (Jer 36:9).

This is a good time to bring up a phenomena I’ve noticed the devil is using to great effect. Because of stupendous advances in technology in our day, we have attributed god-like powers to the wicked. We have just seen the unbelievable sophistication of the biological weaponry unleashed on all mankind. We know about the global surveillance state. We sort of grasp the extent of the global infiltration of leadership in virtually every country of the planet. We see the chemtrails and the direct energy weapons that have been unleashed. Yet all in a way that most do not see, or cannot be proven beyond a shadow of a doubt.

This has resulted in many believers blaming the cabal for all evil. For the Lahaina fires, it was the energy weapons. Same for many of the forest fires that have ravaged California and great swaths of the Canadian forest. We blame tornadoes and floods to man made weather manipulation. And on it goes.

All that may have an element of truth in it, but when we focus on who God is using to judge, we forget that it is God who has decreed these calamities upon us. We so focus on the wicked, that we forget to first and foremost seek God as to why these things are occurring in the first place. Instead of filling our minds with the major truth of our wickedness and the need for total repentance, we fill our hearts with anger at the wicked, and spend all our time trying to dream up strategies to counter the cabal and save our nations.

This is the reason why almost none of our schemes during the past 4 years have even be remotely successful in countering the tide of destruction. I have just viewed videos where the American government is actually secretly harboring illegal aliens in airports and even police stations! Cameras saw proof of this in Chicago. The invasion is in full swing. It is being facilitated by our own governments. There is irrefutable video proof. Yet what is the real reason for this? The Democrats? The WEF? Mr. Gates, et al? Or is the answer found in the word of God, where Jeremiah repeatedly says that God has sent all this evil upon you, for your rebellious and stubborn ways? For your idolatry and immorality. For your absolute refusal to repent. For thinking that the reason is any and every thing you can imagine, except the judgment of Yehovah.

We need to stop getting so worked up over the wicked. Paul stated the fact that the wicked will go from bad to worse (2 Tim 3:13). No new testament writer told us to exert our anger at the Roman rulers, or even the religious rulers outside the church that opposed us (only if they appeared within the church).

While Jeremiah holds his political and religious leaders to account, they were all supposed to be inside the covenants of God, and serve as a pattern for all our leaders within the church. At one time they may of served as a very valid pattern for our political leaders as well, as most were professing Christians. But as I stated in a previous lesson, America and Canada have fully transformed themselves from Israel to Babylon, as far as our spiritual condition is concerned.

Let us try to focus on what we can change rather than what we cannot. We can call the church back to its true calling of righteousness and holiness, so that we once again may become that shining light in this last generation.

Where I live in 2021 and even in 2023, we had physical drought, but there is a huge drought of the real word of the Lord as almost no one preaches about the judgment that is in evidence everywhere we look.

Jer 14:2 Judah mourneth (wails), and the gates thereof languish (the doors droop open); they are black unto the ground; and the cry (the screech of anguish) of Jerusalem is gone up.

All our spiritual defences have fallen. This is evidenced by the open physical borders, that merely parallel the destroyed spiritual hedge. The true intercessors wail, even screech in anguish, as God gives us glimpses of the true state of our spiritual condition.

Jer 14:3 And their nobles have sent their little ones to the waters: they came to the pits (well, cistern), and found no water; they returned with their vessels empty (or with their armour ineffective); they were ashamed and confounded (confused), and covered their heads.

We go to the places where the living water is to be found, and we find nothing. So is the state of the western church today. We leave church as dry as when we entered. Our armour of God is useless, as without the water of the word, and the living water of the spirit, we are utterly confused and lost as to what to do in the face of all this darkness.

Jer 14:4 Because the ground is chapt, for there was no rain in the earth, the plowmen (farmers) were ashamed (pale into confusion), they covered their heads.

Chapt (parched) is not really supported as a proper meaning of the Hebrew word khaw-thath, even though it would seem to fit the context nicely. Rather, it means to prostate, break down by violence, confusion or fear. Our ground (nation, or perhaps the moral stance that we have lived by) has been broken down by every evil device. Those that sow the word, trying to plant the eternal word of God in this impossible soil of our culture, are devastated in shame and confusion as to the depth of depravity their own land and moral practices have fallen into.

Jer 14:5 Yea, the hind (doe) also calved (birthed) in the field, and forsook it, because there was no grass.

Drought means that life cannot thrive. Indeed, it becomes a question of mere survival. It often becomes every man for himself. Have we not mostly abandoned our children to the molesters and demonized freak shows in our schools? Are we not too busy just trying to hold onto our own jobs in this ultra woke culture? To try and stay afloat financially? Do we even have time to spare a thought or a prayer for all the children that are being taught they boys are girls, girls are boys, white is evil, history is a lie, perversion is freedom, abortion is sacred, the earth is divine, and that the bible is the root of all evil?

When there is drought, it is up to us to make that extra effort to find that living water that we all so desperately need if we are to survive.

Jer 14:6 And the wild asses did stand in the high places, they snuffed up the wind like dragons; their eyes did fail, because there was no grass.

Jeremiah paints a picture of desperation. The asses get up to the high places, in the hopes that they will be able to sniff water, no matter how far away it is located.

Here is another pet peeve of mine. Almost all traditional bible commentators believe the inerrant, infallible word of God must be subject to the greater infallibility of whatever passes for science in our day and age. Thus, when the bible speaks of leviathan, they substitute crocodile. When they see dragon, they say its a jackal, even though there is no linguistic evidence to do so. Thus, they call God a liar, in their supposed intellectual smugness. Just because they do not believe dragons existed at the same time as man, they must then change the word of God.

If God wanted to say jackal, he would of. What I find fascinating by these so called bible experts and their ridiculous idol worship of science, is that if you go back far enough in historical records, you will find no lack of reference to dragons, and dinosaurs. Noah preserved them on the ark. They were seen even in the last couple hundred years. Aristotle and Pliny report, that by reason of the great heat of the dragon’s body, they regularly stood upon the high places sucking in the cool air. They spoke matter of factly, as if it was common knowledge that dragons were real. We have lost much over the millennia. Look at how the truth of the fallen ones, the giants, and the nephilim is only very recently being rediscovered.

Jer 14:7 O LORD, though our iniquities testify against us, do thou it for thy name’s sake: for our backslidings (apostasies) are many; we have sinned (missed the mark) against thee.

Jeremiah now cries out to the Lord. All these hard words that he has been delivering to the people is catching up to him. Who cannot but grieve, lament, and fall on their faces before such a holy God? Note how that first Jeremiah agrees with God about how sinful they all are. He says ‘us’, not ‘them’. Still, he appeals to God, not on the basis of mercy or compassion, but for God’s name’s sake, or his reputation. He then reiterates their total unworthiness because of their total turning away, thus making a sort of backhanded appeal to God’s mercy as a secondary consideration. Yet let us always remember that it is always about him first, us second. I think this truth will help keep us humble, and the right frame of mind whenever we approach him.

Jer 14:8 O the hope of Israel, the saviour thereof in time of trouble, why shouldest thou be as a stranger (foreigner, alien) in the land, and as a wayfaring man (traveller) that turneth aside to tarry for a night?

The image here may not be readily obvious. Jeremiah first reminds God of a couple of his primary attributes – he is our hope and he is our saviour. We would do well to recite the crucial attributes of God when we approach him. Saviour, healer, deliverer, protector, our hope and joy. He then asks why does God seem as indifferent to the plight of his people as a foreigner or a passing tourist would be about the land that he is temporarily sojourning in, or just passing through? Even as you don’t really deeply care about some nation that you are spending a few days of vacation in, so it appears that God is exhibiting that level of indifference towards Judah.

Jer 14:9 Why shouldest thou be as a man astonied (dumbfounded), as a mighty man (gibbor) that cannot save (yaw-shah)? yet thou, O LORD, art in the midst of us (in the centre, or the inmost part of us), and we are called by thy name; leave us not.

Leave us not – cease not to give comfort, don’t reverse your decision to settle down with us.

Jeremiah’s intimate relationship with God allows him to take some liberties in his prayer life. We asks God why should he act like a man confused and bewildered over what he sees? Why act like a gibbor, a might man, a champion of old, who finds that he doesn’t really have the power to save? Jeremiah reminds God that his presence is not only supposed to be in the holy of holies in the temple, but in the midst of his people, and, as another subtle reminder for God to protect his holy name and reputation, that we are talking about his people. All nations know that Judah are the people of Yehovah.

The prophet ends with a heartfelt plea – don’t leave us. Even after all the harsh realities that God has revealed about the wickedness of his people, Jeremiah still pleads for them. Even after Jer 11:14, where God specifically commanded not to pray for them, Jeremiah still prays.

I think this shows that the truly submitted, heartbroken intercessor knows when they can perhaps cross a little boundary of disobedience, in the hopes that God spoke in his anger, and that our cries may yet cause him to relent, even if in just a little measure, in a limited fashion. Let us never discount the mercies of our Lord. Despite all this talk of certain judgment, his mercies do endure forever. And even if this plea goes unanswered, what harm is there to ask?

Jer 14:10 Thus saith the LORD unto this people, Thus have they loved to wander (waver, go up and down), they have not refrained (restrained) their feet, therefore the LORD doth not accept them (the debt is not paid); he will now remember their iniquity, and visit their sins.

If you are bold enough to try and change God’s mind, then you must be prepared for whatever answer God gives. We love to quote God’s response to Moses and Abraham’s pleadings. Yet no one quotes this conversation.

Here God says no, I do not accept them. Even as God loves to forget the sins of the truly forgiven, so in the exact same way does God recall to mind all the sins of the unrepentant. Do not think that God has forgotten all the sins of the wicked. They are not getting away with anything. Remember Jesus’ words where he speaks of this very thing (Mt 5:26, 18:34-35).

Because they exhibit no self-control, they have no discipline, they go wherever they please, that sort of lifestyle is never acceptable to God. Self will is the surest path to hell. Your sins will haunt you for all eternity.

Jer 14:11 Then said the LORD unto me, Pray not for this people for their good (well-being).

This is the second direct command by God to Jeremiah (see Jer 11:14), to not pray for his fellow countrymen. What is even more terrifying is that God says not to pray for their welfare. He leaves the door open to pray for their harm, or destruction, even as David and others prayed for the destruction of God’s enemies (Ps 58:6, 139:21-22, 141:10).

i cannot definitively say that this injunction is carried over to the new testament, but let us not say that somehow this idea of withholding prayer is ungodly and/or unscriptural, where here it clearly says that God commands it. Go where the text goes, be not afraid of man. You will be amazed at what God will reveal unto you, once he sees that he can trust you with the hard things.

Jer 14:12 When they fast, I will not hear their cry; and when they offer burnt offering and an oblation, I will not accept them: but I will consume them by the sword, and by the famine, and by the pestilence.

The reason God says he won’t hear is because all their religious observances are hypocritical – without a change in doctrine (belief) and subsequent behavior, all fasting and prayer are useless.

No matter how zealous they act, it is of no use. It is an eternal truth that there may come a time in an individual’s life, as well as a nation’s life, where it is simply too late to be saved. Judgment has been set. It is now in motion. I fully believe that it is too late for Canada and America. The judgment is well under way. You may finally wake up at this late hour and begin a crash course of fasting, sacrificing your substance for the work of God, giving an offering of praise and worship, but it is too late. Especially for the nation itself. As we will see later on, there is a pattern of hope for the individual. Let us remember God is speaking about the nation as a whole. He will speak of the fate of certain individuals in later chapters. A different pattern will be found there. Yet let us not forget the admonition of Heb 6:4-6, where the fully mature child of God can end up in the same hopeless place as Judah finds itself in, should they wilfully apostatize from the faith.

God continually speaks about his big three in judgment – the sword (war, violence), famine (financial crisis), and pestilence (disease). He often adds a fourth – wild beasts (possible end time reference to the contents of the jab containing the toxins of many venomous creatures). We have begun to taste these things in full force. Get ready for the full meal.

Jer 14:13 Then said I, Ah, Lord GOD! behold, the prophets say unto them, Ye shall not see the sword, neither shall ye have famine; but I will give you assured (trustworthy, take it to the bank) peace in this place.

Note how Jeremiah is in the singular, all of those on the other side are in the plural. God is never in the majority. Almost always he is in the one, the few, the remnant.

Note also how Jeremiah still refers to them as prophets, and so does God in the next verse. You can function as a prophet, that is not the issue (as the cessationists want you to believe). The question is whose side will you prophesy for.

The third point is that time and time again, the false prophets always prophesy blessing. They never call anyone to repentance. They never speak of judgment. Never. It’s all sunshine and lollipops, unicorns and rainbows. Run. Run from people like this. Run for your life.

Still, even Jeremiah finds it hard to keep going when every voice in the land is speaking the opposite.

Jer 14:14 Then the LORD said unto me, The prophets prophesy lies in my name: I sent them not, neither have I commanded them, neither spake unto them: they prophesy unto you a false vision (dream, revelation) and divination (oracle, practice witchcraft), and a thing of nought (their words are good for nothing), and the deceit (fraud) of their heart.

God states it plainly that many will come in his name and prophesy lies. God did not send them, nor gave them any order, never spoke to them. They are lying to your face, speaking of visions and revelations, which are really witchcraft. Their words have zero value. They come from their fraudulent hearts. Their hearts have no truth in them, thus how can they prophesy anything else?

Jer 14:15 Therefore thus saith the LORD concerning the prophets that prophesy in my name, and I sent them not, yet they say, Sword and famine shall not be in this land; By sword and famine shall those prophets be consumed.

The punishment fits the crime.

Most so called prophets are prophesying a mighty revival, yet God has not sent them. Whether they speak of a dream, a vision, or a revelation, no matter how real judgment has been since 2020, they still keep preaching revival and dominion theology. God promises to destroy them.

Jer 14:16 And the people to whom they prophesy shall be cast out (hurled, thrown down) in the streets of Jerusalem because of the famine and the sword; and they shall have none to bury them, them, their wives, nor their sons, nor their daughters: for I will pour their wickedness upon them.

Not just the false prophets, but all their listeners shall not escape. It is not just extremely dangerous to be a false prophet, but to actively listen to one as well.

People are starting to drop dead in the street. Jeremiah promises this will become so numerous, that there won’t be enough family members left to bury them. Entire families will be slaughtered. Don’t think that behind all the deadly cocktail of toxins found in the jab, is not a destroying angel sent by God, that is swinging his sword left and right in this godless, heathen, apostate land, even as Ezekiel so eloquently describes in Ezekiel chapter 9.

God says they are dying due to the famine and sword. Has there ever been such a famine of the true word of the Lord? Have we ever experienced more violence in our land than this decade? Have we ever been pitted one against another more fully than today? These are all unmistakable signs of God’s displeasure and wrath upon a rebellious and obstinate people.

Let’s speak for a moment of obstinacy. We all know of a rebellious heart. But what about obstinate? I see it as being unable to admit when you ar wrong. Look at Trump. Look at some world famous preachers who endorsed the jab, which shall remain nameless. Why can’t they just admit they made a mistake? Let us learn from these sobering examples of obstinance never to imitate them, lest we too find ourselves under a similar state of condemnation.

Please stop going to conferences where false prophets gather to bind and fleece the sheep.

Jer 14:17 Therefore thou shalt say this word unto them; Let mine eyes run down with tears night and day, and let them not cease: for the virgin daughter of my people is broken with a great breach (fracture), with a very grievous blow (sickly pestilence).

God is clearly informing those who can still hear what sort of attitude we should have. Did God say rejoice in the Lord always? Dance and sing? Proclaim that the latter rain is just around the corner (as they’ve been proclaiming for the last 40 years)? Set up a dance troop in matching outfits, all waving flags? Declare how its the most exciting time in history to be alive?

No, we are to weep day and night. God says do not cease weeping. How can one not weep? Are you so evil and hard hearted, that you care nothing for what is being done to mankind? How our children are being sacrificed to Baal, Moloch and Ashtoreth in numbers never before seen in the history of humanity? How all that innocent blood is mightily fuelling the power of the evil one?

No, you would still rather go to your gatherings. Listen to the false prophets declaring the victory that is just around the corner. Wanting to feel a buzz by singing the same chorus 50 times over, mimicking the feeling you get at a rock concert. And we wonder why things are getting worse and worse, at breakneck speed?

Jer 14:18 If I go forth into the field, then behold the slain (pierced) with the sword (a cutting instrument)! and if I enter into the city, then behold them that are sick with famine (hunger)! yea, both the prophet and the priest go about into a land that they know not.

The sense is that even the leaders of God’s people were exiled into a foreign land. The first exile under Jehoiakim took many of the leaders of Jerusalem. Because true spiritual leaders are absent, the sheep are easy pickings. Note the veiled reference to the jab once again. If the jab doesn’t get them, then they will die of spiritual starvation, having no bread from heaven, nor living water to consume in this apostate church, full of doctrines of devils instead of the sound doctrine that is supposed to be found there. Another sense is that the prophet and pastor are wading into an area of current reality that they have never seen or experienced before, and know not what to do.

Jer 14:19 Hast thou utterly rejected (cast out, cast out) Judah? hath thy soul lothed (abhor) Zion? why hast thou smitten us (beaten us so as to leave stripes), and there is no healing (medicine, cure, deliverance) for us? we looked for peace (shalom), and there is no good (prosperity, welfare); and for the time of healing, and behold trouble (fear)!

Does this not describe our world in 2024? does it not feel as if God has utterly rejected the west? Hasn’t he had enough of our pride parades, our fake climate hysteria, our racism against all things white, our celebration of every sort of murder one can commit, our taking the knee in front of blm and antifa, while locking up pastors and destroying truckers? Sometimes it feels like we have been beaten black and blue, especially in our hearts and minds. We keep waiting for some sort of justice and accountability, but there is none. We think that now covid is supposedly over, we will have peace. Instead, just one fake crisis after another. We look for a season or pause, a space where we can regain our strength. Instead, just one story of terror and hopelessness after another.

Even though God has clearly said that he has cast out Jerusalem out of his sight, and that it’s no use praying for her, Jeremiah’s words sounds like he has a hard time actually incorporating this truth into his theological framework that he has been taught. We have always been taught that there is hope, that Jesus always forgives, that it’s never too late to turn to him. Yet how many times does God have to repeat himself that yes, in this case, it is too late.

Jer 14:20 We acknowledge, O LORD, our wickedness, and the iniquity of our fathers: for we have sinned against thee.

The only weapon Jeremiah has left is prayer. I have been given this revelation for some time now. While greatly admiring and respecting everyone that is called to the front lines in this war against the loss of our freedoms, I sincerely believe that our only real hope is to touch the heart of God by our prayer. And prayer like we’ve never prayed before. He must see that we have finally come to the place where we truly believe that he is our only hope. Not a hope, but our only hope. If we can come to that place of utter reliance on him and him alone, then we may have a chance.

Jer 14:21 Do not abhor (despise) us, for thy name’s sake, do not disgrace (lightly esteem) the throne of thy glory: remember, break not thy covenant (ber-eeth) with us.

Jeremiah resorts to reminding God of the covenant he cut with us. First, the eternal covenant with Abraham. Then, the one with Moses. He also had one with David. Now, our covenant sealed with the precious blood of Jesus is all we should be relying on when we approach his throne to plead for our loved ones and our land.

We ask God not to remember our sins so that he despises us, but for his name, and for his reputation, so he won’t cast all of us off forever. We remind him of the great price that Jesus paid to redeem us. Let not that sacrifice be in vain. It all comes down to having the right attitude in the prayer closet. Note the absence of haughtiness or pride, and the humility on display.

Jer 14:22 Are there any among the vanities (are there any useless pagan gods) of the Gentiles that can cause rain? or can the heavens give showers? art not thou he, O LORD our God? therefore we will wait upon thee: for thou hast made all these things.

Jeremiah finishes with the truth that no other god can help, nor can nature itself be of any use. All those evolutionists giving creative power to inanimate nature, can anything be more ridiculous?

Only Yehovah can help us. Only he alone has the ability to create. Let us join Jeremiah in patiently waiting upon him, regardless of what he sends our way.

Solitary Man

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