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Jeremiah 27:18: left in the house of the LORD - Study Note
... was also taken to Babylon (II Kings 24:12-15). See note on Jeremiah 22:24. However, those that remained there at that time would also be carried to Babylon (Jeremiah 27:22) in Nebuchadnezzar’s final invasion (II Chronicles...
Jeremiah 22:24
... I live, saith the LORD, though Coniah the son of Jehoiakim king of Judah were the signet upon my right hand, yet would I pluck thee...
Jeremiah 22:30: this man childless - Study Note
... this man childless. “This man” was Coniah (Jeremiah 22:24,28), and he did have children. His descendants are listed in Matthew 1:11-16. The last of these was Joseph, the legal father (but not the biological father) of Jesus....
Matthew 1:11: Jechonias - Study Note
... cut his seed off from ever sitting on David’s throne (Jeremiah 22:24-30). Yet God had also promised that David would “never want a man to sit upon the throne of the house of Israel” (Jeremiah 33:17). Thus, Jeconiah’s royal...
Haggai 2:23: a signet - Study Note
... The signet ring was a symbol of honor and authority (compare Jeremiah 22:24). Zerubbabel, the human governor, thus also was given divine responsibility over the people in their revived economy, authority which had been removed from King Jeconiah...
Jeremiah 22:24: Coniah - Study Note
... Coniah. Coniah is an abbreviation of Jeconiah (I Chronicles 3:16), which is another form of the name Jehoiachin (II Kings 24:6). Coniah was the last king of Judah in the direct line from King David. When he was deported to Babylon by...
Luke 3:23: son of Heli - Study Note
... the throne because of Jechoniah’s sin (see note on Jeremiah 22:24-30 and...
1 Chronicles 3:17: Salathiel - Study Note
... inherited David’s throne, according to the prophecy of Jeremiah 22:28-30, and this was fully assured by the fact that the physical body of Jesus was specially created in Mary’s...
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