Week of March 15

Week of March 15

March 15: Jeremiah 49

1) Jeremiah followed his pronouncement of God's judgment with the promise that God would restore which of these nations in the latter days?

  1. Ammon
  2. Damascus
  3. Elam
  4. All of the above

2) Which kingdom was compared to Sodom and Gomorrah in its impending destruction?

March 16: Jeremiah 50

1) To what lost animal did Jeremiah compare God's people?

  1. Dog
  2. Cat
  3. Sheep
  4. None of the above

2) What did Jeremiah tell us about Israel's Redeemer (see v. 34)?

March 17: Jeremiah 51:1-32

1) What were the Babylonians failing to take into account about God's relationship with His people (see v. 5)?

2) How does the one true God compare with idols (see v. 15-19)?

March 18: Jeremiah 51:33-64

1) The Lord told his exiled people scattered throughout Babylon that He would avenge them and defend their cause (v. 36, 49, 54), but who would the Lord use to bring judgment on Babylon?

  1. Philistines
  2. Medes
  3. Egyptians
  4. None of the above

2) Why did Jeremiah instruct Seraiah to tie a stone to the prophetic scroll and to cast it into the Euphrates River after he delivered its message to the captive Israelites in Babylon (v. 63-64)?

March 19: Lamentations 1

1) Why did Jeremiah weep over Jerusalem (v. 5-9,16)?

  1. Her foes had become her masters
  2. All who had honored her despised her and had seen her nakedness
  3. She had not considered her future
  4. Pagan nations entered her sanctuary
  5. None of the above

2) What did the people of Jerusalem remember in the days of their affliction and wandering (v. 7)?

March 20: Lamentations 2

1) What role did the false prophets play in the destruction of Jerusalem (v. 14)?

2) What were God's people called to do in light of their destruction (v. 18-19)?

  1. Cry out as the watches of the night begin
  2. Pour out their hearts like water in God's presence
  3. Lift up their hands for the lives of their children
  4. Let their tears flow like a river day and night
  5. All of the above

March 21: Discussion Questions

1) What passage uniquely spoke to you this week?

2) What insights did you gain about God?

3) What application might this have to what is happening in the world today?

4) How would God have you apply this truth to your life?