Jeremiah 1: A Commentary on the Book of the Prophet Jeremiah, Chapters 1–25 is unavailable, but you can change that!

This commentary spotlights chapters 1–24 of Jeremiah. The author’s English rendering translates identical words and phrases consistently, and compares the parallel passages which are a prominent feature of Jeremiah. An added benefit to owning the electronic version of this resource is that the print version consists of 682 pages!

1 (see Interpretation there): he reverses the affirmation of the psalm by saying it is the “guilty [or wicked]” whose way prospers, who send forth roots and bear fruit, rather than the “innocent [or righteous].” But in the present passage there are also differences from Psalm 1: here the order of the presentation of the good and the bad is reversed, and, more subtly, both the good and the bad experience lack of water—the bad man is likened to a desert shrub, corresponding to the chaff in Psalm 1,
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