JEREMIAH



Chapter 1

  1. How long did Jeremiah receive the word of the Lord?
  2. How did God know Jeremiah before he was born?
  3. What did the almond tree represent?
  4. What did the boiling pot represent?

Chapter 2

  1. What had Israel done that even the nations of Cyprus and Kedar had not done?
  2. What did Israel not have within themselves?
  3. When would Israel call on God?

Chapter 3-4

  1. How did the people have a harlot's forehead?
  2. How was Israel more righteous than Judah?
  3. What will God do for those who put away the evil and return to Him?
  4. What causes calamity to come upon us?

Chapter 5-6

  1. When calamity befalls us what should we look for in understanding why?
  2. What will open our eyes and ears to understanding God?
  3. What horrible thing were the priests and scribes doing?
  4. How were the people uncircumcised in their ears?
  5. What were the sacrifices and offerings of the people unwanted by God?

Chapter 7-8

  1. How much should we change our ways to please God?
  2. What did the people do even after committing all kinds of evil?
  3. What was the false pen of the scribe?

Chapter 9-10

  1. What is the wormwood that would be fed to Judah?
  2. Why is the pride of man's wisdom, might, and wealth mean nothing?
  3. What habit of the Gentiles were the Jews seeking?

Chapter 11-13

  1. What did God call His people who faithfully served Him?
  2. What was the tree and fruit the people wanted to destroy?
  3. Who were the evil neighbors that God would give a chance to dwell with His people?
  4. What did the ruined sash represent?

Chapter 14-15

  1. Why is God the Hope of Israel?
  2. How were the prophets lying to the people?
  3. How would death, famine, the sword, and captivity come upon the people?
  4. What are we to do even when all come against us?

Chapter 16-17

  1. When would fisherman be sent to Israel?
  2. Who would come to know God during Israel's captivity?
  3. What will happen to a man who trust in his own strength or in the help of man?
  4. What will happen to those who trust in the Lord?
  5. What work should be done on the Sabbath?

Chapter 18-20

  1. What is the significance of the potter and the clay?
  2. How did the people attack Jeremiah?
  3. What did the broken flask represent?
  4. What would happen to Pashhur?

Chapter 21-22

  1. What message was sent to the house of the king of Judah?
  2. What is a sign of knowing God?
  3. When was the message to King Josiah's sons delivered?

Chapter 23-24

  1. Who is the branch of righteousness that would reign in Judah and all Israel?
  2. Who made the people worthless before God?
  3. Who are the good figs and bad figs?
  4. What hope does God have between the good and bad figs?

Chapter 25-27

  1. How long would the people be in captivity?
  2. What is God's word to the nations around His people?
  3. Why did the people want to kill Jeremiah at the house of the Lord?
  4. Who helped save Jeremiah from harm?
  5. How many generations of the King of Babylon would rule over Judah during their captivity?
  6. What would happen to Babylon after God's appointed time?

Chapter 28-30

  1. What was Hananiah's prophecy of the captives and the Lord's vessels?
  2. What is the sign of a true prophet?
  3. What happened to Hananiah?
  4. How did Jeremiah's letter get to the captives at Babylon?
  5. What did Jeremiah write to the captives in Babylon?
  6. How would the captives in Babylon find God again?
  7. What did Shemaiah write about Jeremiah?
  8. What would happen to Shemaiah in Babylon?

Chapter 31-33

  1. How would God cause His people to walk straight paths?
  2. How would God ransom Israel from the enemy?
  3. Why is Rachel weeping?
  4. How did God put His law into our heart and mind?
  5. Why had King Zedekiah put Jeremiah in prison?
  6. What was the purpose of Jeremiah buying a field even though the city was under siege?
  7. Who is the Branch of Righteousness to save Israel?

Chapter 34-36

  1. What did law did King Zedekiah seek to obey?
  2. Who were the Rechabites?
  3. What did God try to have the Rechabites understand?
  4. What did God hope the people would do when they heard the words of Jeremiah written by Baruch?
  5. What did King Josiah do with the scroll?

Chapter 37-39

  1. Where was Jeremiah first imprisoned?
  2. Where did the princes of the King of Judah have Jeremiah confined?
  3. Who helped Jeremiah out of his place of confinement?
  4. Why did Zedekiah want his conversation with Jeremiah to be kept secret?
  5. What happened to Zedekiah and his sons?
  6. What happened to Ebed-Melech?

Chapter 40-42

  1. Who was put in charge of the remnant of Judah by the king of Babylon?
  2. Who did Ishmael kill?
  3. How many men from Shiloh did Ishmael kill?
  4. Who rescued the remnant of Judah from the hands of Ishmael?
  5. Why was Johanan and the captains of the forces afraid to go back to Jerusalem?

Chapter 43-45

  1. Where did Johanan and the people of Judah decide to dwell?
  2. What did the remnant begin to do in the land in which they dwelt?
  3. What blessing did God put upon Baruch?

Chapter 46-49

  1. What is the irony of the remnant of Judah going to Egypt?
  2. What did the nations who were prophesied against have in common?

Chapter 50

  1. Why is Babylon to fall to the wrath of God?
  2. What was to happen to Babylon?
  3. Who are the strong in Babylon?
  4. What will the strong do when a nation comes against them?
  5. Why will God do as He purposes against Babylon?

Chapter 51-52

  1. How do we spiritually flee from Babylon?
  2. Why is Babylon a destroying mountain?
  3. What nation was to come against Babylon?
  4. What would happen when the sea and the springs of Babylon dry up?
  5. Who is responsible for delivering themselves from the fierce anger of God?
  6. How long was Jerusalem under siege by Babylon?
  7. What did Nebuzaradan do to the house of the Lord?