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The Coniah Problem - Article
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Henry Morris, Ph.D. - upon the throne of David, and ruling any more in Judah" (Jeremiah 22:30). The divine judgment of the above Scripture was pronounced against Israel's King Coniah, grandson of good King Josiah and son of the wicked king Jehoiakim. With the...
Jeremiah 36:30: He shall have none - Study Note
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... climaxed by his burning the written word of God as given to Jeremiah and read to him by Jeremiah’s scribe, Baruch. Although his son, Jeconiah, did reign for three months after Jehoiakim’s death, this was contrary to God’s...
Jeremiah 33:17: the throne - Study Note
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... as a result of the wickedness of King Jeconiah (see notes on Jeremiah 22:30; compare Luke...
Jeremiah 22:30
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... saith the LORD, Write ye this man childless, a man that shall not prosper in his days: for no man of his seed shall prosper, sitting upon the throne of David, and ruling any more in...
Jeremiah 22:30: this man childless - Study Note
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... 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....
Jeremiah 22:30: throne of David - Study Note
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... In fact, the latter promise was even renewed through Jeremiah himself (Jeremiah 33:17). The apparent contradiction is resolved in Christ, who inherited the legal right to the throne through his legal father David (Luke 1:32-33), but was...
Zechariah 6:11: the head of Joshua - Study Note
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... no other king of Judah until “the Branch” comes (Jeremiah 33:15-17, compared with Jeremiah 22:30). The kingly line of Judah and the priestly line of Levi had always been kept distinct, yet here Joshua the priest would symbolically...
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