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Summary: To show the prayers of Jeremiah against his enemies.

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I. EXORDIUM:

Can we pray double destruction for our enemies?

II. AUDIENCE PROFILE:

Believers

III. OBJECTIVES:

To show the prayers of Jeremiah against his enemies.

IV. TEXT:

Jeremiah 17:18 (Amplified Bible)

17:18 Let those be put to shame who persecute me, but let me not be put to shame; let them be dismayed, but let me not be dismayed. Bring on them the day of evil, and destroy them with double destruction.

V. THESIS:

Praise, worship and thank You very much LORD JESUS for we don't have to take vengeance on our enemies but You will be the One to do it for us. It's really a fearful thing to fall into the hands of the Living GOD.

VI. TITLE:

Double destruction upon our enemies

VII. EXPLICATION:

A. Author: Jeremiah - the weeping prophet or lamenting prophet

B. Date written: 627 - 580 B.C.

C. Purpose: To declare GOD's judgement upon His people, to call them to repentance and spiritual restoration

D. To whom written: Judah

E. Main Themes: backsliding, bondage, Jew's restoration

F. Keyword: heart

G. Keyverses: Jeremiah 2:19, Jeremiah 31:33

Jeremiah 2:19 (Amplified Bible)

2:19 Your own wickedness shall chasten and correct you, and your backslidings and desertion of faith shall reprove you. Know therefore and recognize that this is an evil and bitter thing: [first,] you have forsaken the Lord your God; [second,] you are indifferent to Me and the fear of Me is not in you, says the Lord of hosts.

Jeremiah 31:33 (Amplified Bible)

31:33 But this is the covenant which I will make with the house of Israel: After those days, says the Lord, I will put My law within them, and on their hearts will I write it; and I will be their God, and they will be My people.

VIII. MAIN BODY:

A. Shame and dismay to the persecutors

"Let those be put to shame who persecute me, but let me not be put to shame; let them be dismayed, but let me not be dismayed."

Shame, confounded or "bush" in Hebrew meaning:

1. to pale

2. to be ashamed

3. to be disappointed or delayed

4. confusion

5. become dry

Dismayed or "chathath" in Hebrew meaning:

1. to prostrate - lying at length, or with the body extended on the ground or other surface.

Proverbs 24:16 (Amplified Bible)

24:16 For a righteous man falls seven times and rises again, but the wicked are overthrown by calamity.

2. to break down by violence, confusion and fear

3. beat down

4. discourage

5. scare, terrify

Psalms 35:4 (Amplified Bible)

35:4 Let them be put to shame and dishonor who seek and require my life; let them be turned back and confounded who plan my hurt!

Psalms 40:14 (Amplified Bible)

40:14 Let them be put to shame and confounded together who seek and require my life to destroy it; let them be driven backward and brought to dishonor who wish me evil and delight in my hurt!

Psalms 70:2 (Amplified Bible)

70:2 Let them be put to shame and confounded that seek and demand my life; let them be turned backward and brought to confusion and dishonor who desire and delight in my hurt.

Psalms 83:17-18 (Amplified Bible)

83:17 Let them be put to shame and dismayed forever; yes, let them be put to shame and perish,


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