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Jeremiah Chapter 42
Prophetic Warning for Israel to Stay in Palestine
Johanan and the captains were determined to go to Egypt, they seemed to have a great desire that God would direct them to do so too like Balaam (Num.22) who, when he was determined to go and curse Israel, asked God’s leave.
We have reason to wonder how Jeremiah escaped the sword of Ishmael; but it seems he did escape, and it was not the first time that the LORD had hidden him. It is also strange in all the violence, that God’s prophet was not consulted before now. Why didn’t they ask his advice? They seemed to act as if they did not know that a prophet of God was among them. Even though these people were as brands plucked out of the fire (Zec.3:1-3; Am. 4:11; Jude 1:23), yet they had not returned to the LORD. They had a repulsive and rebellious heart; and great contempt for God, His wisdom and His prophets. This is still the sin that most easily besets them today. But finally Jeremiah is sought out, and all the captains, with all the people from the least to the greatest, visit him. They came near (verse 1), which suggests that before they had kept stayed away from the prophet.
The divisions of this chapter are: (1). The people request God's Word of Jeremiah (Jer. 42:1-3); (2). Jeremiah promises to pray for them, and the people promise to obey God's Word (Jer.42:4-6); (3). after ten days, God replies (Jer.42:7-8); (4). the command to remain in Judea (Jer.42:9-12); (5). severe warning against moving to Egypt (Jer.42:13-18); (6). a prophecy of destruction for those going to Egypt (Jer.42:19-22).
The people request God's Word from Jeremiah (Jer. 42:1-6)
Jer 42:1 Then all the captains of the forces, and Johanan the son of Kareah, and Jezaniah the son of Hoshaiah, and all the people from the least even unto the greatest, came near, (KJV)
Then all the captains of the forces . . . they had taken up their residence at Chimham, on their way to Egypt, where they desired to go, and being afraid of the Chaldeans,
And Johanan the son of Kareah . . . or, especially Johanan, the main captain and chief spokesman in this matter.
And Jezaniah the son of Hoshaiah . . . said to be the son of a Maachathite (Jer.40:8);
And all the people from the least even unto the greatest . . . this expresses they all were in agreement.
Came near . . . to Jeremiah; who either was at Mizpah when Gedaliah was slain, but preserved by the LORD; and although he was carried captive by Ishmael with the rest of the people, he was rescued by Johanan; and now was along with him. One thinks that after he had been with Gedaliah at Mizpah, Jeremiah made a short stay there, then he went to Anathoth, and there lived until now. When Johanan took those that were left at Mizpah, he gathered together all the rest of the Jews in different places to him, in order to go to Egypt, and among the rest was the prophet Jeremiah.
Jer. 42:2 And said unto Jeremiah the prophet, Let, we beseech thee, our supplication be accepted before thee, and pray for us unto the LORD thy God, even for all this remnant; (for we are left but a few of many, as thine eyes do behold us:) (KJV)
And said unto Jeremiah the prophet . . . very probably it was Johanan that spoke.
Let, we beseech thee, our supplication be accepted before thee . . . they treat the prophet with great respect, and are very humble and submissive, as if they were very sincere in their request.
And pray for us unto the LORD thy God . . . as if they were aware of their own inability to pray for themselves, and of their unworthiness to call God their God; and as if they had a high opinion of the prophet, and as having great power with Him in prayer, whom the LORD would not deny anything.
Even for all this remnant . . . this poor remnant, the handful of people left of the sword, famine and pestilence, left in the land by the Chaldeans, and who had escaped the gross cruelty of Ishmael; and for whom it might be hoped the LORD would still have a regard, since He had so mercifully and wonderfully preserved them.
For we are left but a few of many, as thine eyes do behold us . . . the number of the people had been very large, but because of God’s judgments of the sword, famine and pestilence and captivity, they were greatly reduced. Here was their whole number before the prophet; his eyes beheld them, and seeing the condition they were in: this they said to move his compassion, and very likely to suggest to him how unlikely it was that they could ever be able to continue in their own land; but that it would be better to put themselves under the protection of a neighboring nation, Egypt, where they were set on going; and hoped to have a word from the LORD by the prophet, to direct them there.
Jer. 42:3 That the LORD thy God may shew us the way wherein we may walk, and the thing that we may do. (KJV)
That the LORD thy God may show us the way wherein we may walk . . . not the way of their duty as to religious worship, or their moral conversation, which was the way of God's commandments, and had been shown to them, and they knew it; but which way they should direct their course for their safety. They had departed from Mizpah by themselves, and had taken up their dwelling at Chimham (Jer.41:17), on the way to Egypt; where they had set their faces, and where their hearts were, only they wanted the LORD'S permission for it, acting as if they would be directed by Him.
And the thing that we should do . . . they wanted to know the steps they should take in order to proceed; and what they should do before they left their own country, and went into another.
Jer. 42:4 Then Jeremiah the prophet said unto them, I have heard you; behold, I will pray unto the LORD your God according to your words; and it shall come to pass, that whatsoever thing the LORD shall answer you, I will declare it unto you; I will keep nothing back from you. (KJV)
Then Jeremiah the prophet said unto them, I have heard you . . . the prophet paid close attention to what they said to him, and found himself prepared to act upon their request, and willingly granted it.
Behold, I will pray unto the LORD your God, according to your words . . . Jeremiah would be an intercessor for them; use his closeness with the LORD, their God; and because of the relationship, might expect to be heard; whom he would humbly plead to direct as to what they should do.
And it shall come to pass, that whatsoever thing the LORD shall answer you, I will declare it unto you; I will keep nothing back from you . . . Jeremiah would faithfully tell them the will of God, just as it is delivered to him. And although it is not stated, Jeremiah seems that he had some doubt on his mind whether they would obey it or not. He was determined to act the faithful part to them; hence the following reply.
Jer. 42:5 Then they said to Jeremiah, The LORD be a true and faithful witness between us, if we do not even according to all things for the which the LORD thy God shall send thee to us. (KJV)
Then they said to Jeremiah, the LORD be a true and faithful witness between us . . . this is the form of an oath; a solemn appeal to God, as a witness to what they were about to say, and to how sincere their hearts were . . . for the LORD is true to His Word and faithful to His Promises and His threats and who always bears a true and faithful testimony, and never fails to do what is just and right . . . yet these people never intended to do what they promised; which is simply a shocking piece of unbelief in a professing people, who, at this very time, could not fail to see the judgments of God upon their nation, city and Temple.
If we do not even according to all things for the which the LORD thy God shall send thee to us . . . these people promise to do everything the LORD would tell them by the prophet as His will; and, IF they did not, they wished the severest judgments of God might fall on them.
Jer. 42:6 Whether it be good, or whether it be evil, we will obey the voice of the LORD our God, to whom we send thee; that it may be well with us, when we obey the voice of the LORD our God. (KJV)
Whether it be good, or whether it be evil . . . evil, not moral evil, which God cannot command (Jam.1:13), but what may be disagreeable and hard to us. Piety obeys God without question, no matter the cost. But, what if it is obeyed only as far as was agreeable to itself (1 Sam. 15:3, 9, 13-15, 20-23)?
We will obey the voice of the LORD our God, to whom we send thee . . . this was spoken well, IF they had been sincere; and had they pleaded for and depended on the grace of God to enable them to obey; but they did NOT speak what was in their hearts; for they had far too much confidence of their own strength, and the power of their free will . . . they would do as they wanted to do!
That it may be well with us, when we obey the voice of the LORD our God . . . they spoke as if they knew what was best for them; for so it was, that it was either well or tragedy with those people, as they obeyed or disobeyed the Voice of the LORD; and so far they acted NOT according to it; and what was worse, they did not intend to. What a shocking scene of hypocrisy!
After Ten Days, God Replies (vs.42:7-8)
Jer. 42:7 And it came to pass after ten days, that the word of the LORD came unto Jeremiah. (KJV)
And it came to pass after ten days, that the word of the LORD came unto Jeremiah . . . some think it was on the tenth day of the seventh month, the day of atonement, that the answer was returned; but it is clear, from the framework, that it was ten days from the time the Jews applied to the prophet to ask of the LORD for them, and he promised to do it, that this word came from the LORD to him; not that he was praying all this while, as some think; but, having spread the case before the LORD, he waited for an answer, which was delayed, that it might have greater weight when it came; and that it might appear that it was not from the prophet himself, a scheme of his own; for this mainly was to humiliate these people, who were impatient for an answer; and whose deception the LORD knew; and whose disobedience He certainly foresaw . . . so the LORD did not think it fit to give the answer directly, but keep them in suspense for a while.
Jer. 42:8 Then called he Johanan the son of Kareah, and all the captains of the forces which were with him, and all the people from the least even to the greatest, (KJV)
Then called he Johanan the son of Kareah . . . as soon as Jeremiah had received the answer from the LORD, he called Johanan; who, after the death of Gedaliah, was a person of the greatest authority, and had the command of the people, to come unto him, and hear what it was: he either called to him vocally and by name; or he sent a correct messenger to him, to meet him at some convenient place, to receive it; and not him only, but,
All the captains of the forces which were with him, and all the people, from the least even unto the greatest . . . they were all convened together, so it was proper they could come, to hear the Word of the LORD; since they all joined together in the request to the prophet (verse 1).
The Command to Remain in Judea (Jer.42:9-12)
Jer. 42:9 And said unto them, Thus saith the LORD, the God of Israel, unto whom ye sent me to present your supplication before him; (KJV)
And said unto them, thus saith the LORD, the God of Israel . . . God had chosen Israel, had favored these people, and bestowed many blessings on them, and had continued in a covenant relation to them; and therefore what He said should be considered by them. This prelude is made by the prophet, to show that what he was about to say was not from himself, and not in his own name; but was from the LORD, Who bore good will to them; and therefore whatever He said should be taken as what was best for them.
Unto whom ye sent me, to present your supplication before him . . . the prophet caused their plea to fall before the LORD, making their plea in the most humble and submissive way; and which also carried in it other urgings to make them obey the word of the LORD he brought to them; both because they had sent him to the LORD on this errand, to get a word from Him; and by him had pleaded with him for it, in the most prayerful manner. The word from the LORD follows.
Jer. 42:10 If ye will still abide in this land, then will I build you, and not pull you down, and I will plant you, and not pluck you up: for I repent me of the evil that I have done unto you. (KJV)
If ye will still abide in this land . . . in the land of Judea, their native country, where they had always lived, and where they continued when their brethren were carried captive; and yet now they thought of leaving it, which the LORD knew, for He knows all things.
Therefore to encourage them to abide in it, and not to think of departing into Egypt; that if they would take up their residence in it, and determine to continue there, he thus promises them,
Then will I build you, and not pull you down: and I will plant you, and not pluck you up . . . they would be firm and stable, happy and prosperous; and abound with all kind of blessings, and increase in numbers, wealth, and riches. The symbols are taken from building houses, and planting fields and vineyards.
For I repent me of the evil that I have done unto you. . . not that the LORD had done any unjust thing to them; or that He changed His mind concerning them; but that He had great compassion on them, and would change His way and course of wisdom towards them, according to His unchangeable will.
Jer. 42:11 Be not afraid of the king of Babylon, of whom ye are afraid; be not afraid of him, saith the LORD: for I am with you to save you, and to deliver you from his hand. (KJV)
Be not afraid of the king of Babylon, of whom ye are afraid . . . in case he would revenge the death of Gedaliah upon them, which was a groundless fear (Jer.41:18); or that they would be dealt harshly with by him, and be cruelly oppressed, and not able to live in subjection to him (Jer.40:9).
Be not afraid of him, saith the LORD: who, being omniscient, knew they were . . . omniscient is all knowing and, being all-powerful, the LORD was a greater King than the king of Babylon, for He was the King of kings (Rev.19:16), they had no reason to fear anything from him, since they were under His protection.
For I am with you to save you, and to deliver you from his hand . . . from his avenging and oppressing hand; although they were not to be delivered as yet from subjection to him, or being branches to him; which they might be, and yet dwell in peace and safety.
Jer. 42:12 And I will shew mercies unto you, that he may have mercy upon you, and cause you to return to your own land. (KJV)
And I will show mercies unto you . . . show blessings of grace and goodness upon them, out of mercy and compassion to them, and not according to their merits; or I will cause others to show mercy to them, even the king of Babylon. God shows mercy to men when He stirs up the compassion of others towards them:
That he may have mercy upon you . . . and not avenge the death of Gedaliah, or any way cruelly oppress them, but show them all the favor they could wish for or expect under such a government, and in such circumstances; giving them vineyards and fields, and allowing them to gather the fruits of them, and enjoy them.
And cause you to return to your own land . . . allow you to return to the peaceable enjoyment of the possessions from which you want to because of fear of the Chaldeans. By departing in disobedience they would suffer all the evils they wanted to escape; and by staying they would gain the blessings which they feared to lose.
Severe warning against moving to Egypt (Jer.42:13-18)
Jer. 42:13 But if ye say, We will not dwell in this land, neither obey the voice of the LORD your God, (KJV)
But if ye say, we will not dwell in this land . . . we will no longer stay in it, but go to Egypt,
Neither obey the voice of the LORD your God . . . if they go to Egypt, it meant they would not obey His Voice, but reject God's instructions, thus disobeying Him, and they shall see His judgment, stated in verses 15-17.
Jer. 42:14 Saying, No; but we will go into the land of Egypt, where we shall see no war, nor hear the sound of the trumpet, nor have hunger of bread; and there will we dwell: (KJV)
Saying, no, but we will go into the land of Egypt . . . it was all of them, as if they had said, no, we will not obey the Voice of the LORD to continue in our own land; we have decided to go to Egypt, which was encouraged by the following reasons:
Where we shall see no war . . . none internal, nor with a foreign enemy; both of which they had lately in their own land, and which they feared would be again; but promised themselves freedom from both in the land of Egypt.
Nor hear the sound of the trumpet . . . not to hear of wars nor rumors of wars; nor the sound of the trumpet in the armies of the enemy, or among themselves to gather and prepare for battle.
Nor have hunger of bread . . . nor starve as they had had while Judea was invaded and Jerusalem besieged, and a foreign army in the land; and although they had no reason to fear this now, yet they thought they would be more out of the danger of it in Egypt, a fruitful country.
And there will we dwell . . . in peace, prosperity, and safety. They were determined to go and live there; thinking that there would be their happy state, thinking that Egypt is out of Babylon’s reach, and that there they would enjoy safety.
Jer. 42:15 And now therefore hear the word of the LORD, ye remnant of Judah; Thus saith the LORD of hosts, the God of Israel; If ye wholly set your faces to enter into Egypt, and go to sojourn there; (KJV)
And now therefore hear the word of the LORD, ye remnant of Judah . . . certainly a small remnant, a few that were left in the land; who should have appreciated the distinguishing goodness of Providence in preserving them in it; where they should have continued and made use of their privilege, to the glory of God and their common good.
Thus saith the LORD of hosts, the God of Israel . . . the LORD of armies above and below, the LORD God, all-powerful, and well able to protect them in their land; and He had a peculiar favor to Israel (Ex.9:5; Deu.14:2; 26:18; Ps.135:4; Ecc.2:8; Tit.2:14; 1 Pet. 2:9), and stood in an exceptional relationship to them, and therefore would do it, of which they had no reason to doubt; but IF they disobeyed Him, God’s judgments is what they could expect.
If you wholly set your faces to enter into Egypt . . . and are set on it, turning their faces from Judea towards Egypt, and stubbornly pursuing it, the phrase expresses their being bold, firm and stubborn.
And go to sojourn there . . . to be sojourners and strangers there, as their fathers had been before; remembering this should have been enough to set them against going into Egypt any more.
Jer. 42:16 Then it shall come to pass, that the sword, which ye feared, shall overtake you there in the land of Egypt, and the famine, whereof ye were afraid, shall follow close after you there in Egypt; and there ye shall die. (KJV)
Then it shall come to pass . . . meaning the different judgments that should come upon them.
That the sword, which ye feared, shall overtake you there in the land of Egypt . . . meaning the sword of Nebuchadnezzar king of Babylon, which they feared they would fall by in Judea; but this sword would come after them in Egypt, and there overtake them, which it did; for Egypt was destroyed by the king of Babylon, just as it was foretold it would be (Jer.46:25).
And the famine, whereof you were afraid, shalt follow close after you there in Egypt . . . the famine they were afraid would come upon them in Judea, would pursue and overtake them, seize them and cleave to them in Egypt . . . so that the evils they hoped to escape by moving, would befall them in another . . . there is NO fleeing from the Presence of Almighty God, nor from the power and Hand of God.
And there ye shall die . . . either by the sword, or by famine, or by pestilence, just as stated in verse 17.
*****That sword, which ye feared, shall overtake you . . . the very same evils they were trying to escape by sin, they in this manner bring down on themselves. What a person’s heart is most set on, so often proves fatal to them. Those who think they can escape troubles by moving their residence, will find them wherever they go (Eze.11:8). The sword here is that of King Nebuchadnezzar. The men that go to Egypt in disobedience to God's will, to escape the sword and famine, shall die in Egypt by sword and famine. This can be applied to our times as well . . . those that are impatient of troubles, and try to avoid them by changing their place, will find they are deceived and carry their troubles with them, no matter where they go. Man’s common complaints are there no matter where they go.
Jer. 42:17 So shall it be with all the men that set their faces to go into Egypt to sojourn there; they shall die by the sword, by the famine, and by the pestilence: and none of them shall remain or escape from the evil that I will bring upon them. (KJV)
So shall it be with all the men that set their faces to go into Egypt to sojourn there . . . not all that went to Egypt, but all that were firmly set on it; that were stubbornly fixed to go there, and did go, disobeying the command of God . . . but, there were some that were forced to go against their wills, such as Jeremiah, Baruch, and no doubt others.
They shall die by the sword, by the famine, and by the pestilence . . . sword, famine and pestilence are three of the LORD'S sore judgments; some would die by one, and some by another, and some by the third; all of them would die by one or the other.
And none of them shall remain or escape from the evil that I will bring upon them . . . none of those who willfully, on their own accord, went to Egypt; they all perished there, none would escape the Hand of God, or escape the evil He was determined to bring upon them; which is to be understood of the above judgments.
*****Sword, famine, pestilence as prophesied, all these would come to Judah and Jerusalem (Jer.5:2; 14:12; 21:7), and they did; but these also would be experienced by those fleeing to Egypt (verse 18). These dreaded killers would follow these Jews to Egypt if they insisted on fleeing from Judah. All the men that sojourn there . . . none of those who willingly chose to stay in Egypt would survive (Jer.44:14). Only those who were forced to go to Egypt against their will, such as Jeremiah, Baruch, etc. . . . or those who took Jeremiah's advice and left Egypt before the arrival of the Babylonians had a chance of survival (Jer.44:28).
Jer. 42:18 For thus saith the LORD of hosts, the God of Israel; As mine anger and my fury hath been poured forth upon the inhabitants of Jerusalem; so shall my fury be poured forth upon you, when ye shall enter into Egypt: and ye shall be an execration, and an astonishment, and a curse, and a reproach; and ye shall see this place no more. (KJV)
For thus saith the LORD of hosts, the God of Israel . . . verse 15.
As mine anger and my fury hath been poured forth upon the inhabitants of Jerusalem . . . like a large down-pour of rain; or like melted metal, which swiftly runs, and spreads itself, and burns and consumes with a violent heat; such was the wrath of God on Jerusalem, in the destruction of it by the Chaldeans. As mine anger and my fury . . . as they already had, to their sorrow, found the LORD true to His Word, so shall they again have it (Jer.7:20; 18:16).
So shall my fury be poured forth upon you, when ye shall enter into Egypt . . . as soon as they had gotten there, right after they were settled there; for it was in the time of the then present king of Egypt, Pharaohhophra, and by the then present king of Babylon, Nebuchadnezzar, that the destruction of Egypt was, in which these Jews suffered:
And ye shall be an execration, and an astonishment, and a curse, and a reproach . . . men should be overwhelmed at the Hand of God upon them, for the LORD reproached them for their sins; and when they insulted themselves, it would be by His Hand.
And ye shall see this place no more . . . and so their case would be worse than their brethren in Babylon; who, after a term of years were finished, would return to their own land, which these would never see again.
A Prophecy of Destruction for those going to Egypt (Jer. 42:19-22)
Jer. 42:19 The LORD hath said concerning you, O ye remnant of Judah; Go ye not into Egypt: know certainly that I have admonished you this day. (KJV)
The LORD hath said concerning you, O ye remnant of Judah . . . by the mouth of the prophet,
Go ye not into Egypt . . . this was the precise command of God.
Know certainly that I have admonished you this day . . . not to go into Egypt, for, this was the will of God concerning this matter; so they could not plead ignorance. I have admonished, literally means they themselves were God’s witnesses; so that if they were to perish, they themselves would have to confess that it was only their own fault, NOT through ignorance, that they shall perish.
Jer. 42:20 For ye dissembled in your hearts, when ye sent me unto the LORD your God, saying, Pray for us unto the LORD our God; and according unto all that the LORD our God shall say, so declare unto us, and we will do it. (KJV)
For ye dissembled in your hearts . . . they did NOT honestly and faithfully state their intentions; they said one thing but meant something different in their hearts. They pretended they would act according to the will of God, when it was made known to them, but they were bound and determined to do their own thing! They simply deceived the LORD, not declaring what was their real intention and plan . . . but what they did was that they deceived their souls, by deceiving themselves to their present ruin and everlasting destruction.
When ye sent me unto the LORD your God . . . the prophet did not go to the LORD for himself, they asked him to go.
Saying, pray for us unto the LORD our God . . . to be directed in the way they should go; so that the prophet did nothing except what they asked him to do.
And according to all that the LORD our God shall say, so declare unto us, and we will do it . . . they pressed him to faithfully declare the will of God to them, and promised they would do as He commanded. So the prophet had prayed to the LORD as they asked, and made a faithful statement to Him, yet they did not do it; so that the deceit was not in Jeremiah, but in them, as follows.
Jer. 42:21 And now I have this day declared it to you; but ye have not obeyed the voice of the LORD your God, nor any thing for the which he hath sent me unto you. (KJV)
And now I have this day declared it unto you . . . Jeremiah had stated the whole will of God, and had not kept back anything from them.
But ye have not obeyed the voice of the LORD your God . . . or you refuse to obey. The prophet knew that they would NOT obey the command of the LORD not to go into Egypt, either by his conversation with them during the ten days the answer of the LORD was delayed, by which he clearly saw they were determined to go to Egypt; or by their faces and behavior, while he was delivering the LORD'S message to them; by what he saw in them, he knew what was said did not agree with them, and that their mind was made up to go to Egypt. Although without a doubt, he knew the make-up of this people, and what a rebellious and disobedient people they were, and had always been, never obeying the Voice of the LORD.
Nor any thing for which he hath sent me unto you . . . not just this specific thing, but not any of his prophecies had they paid attention to, with which he had been sent to them before.
Jer. 42:22 Now therefore know certainly that ye shall die by the sword, by the famine, and by the pestilence, in the place whither ye desire to go and to sojourn. (KJV)
Now therefore know certainly . . . that it would surely come to pass, and most justly and deservedly; since it was at their own request the prophet sought the Mind of the LORD for them, and had faithfully related it to them, and they had promised to see it; so they would go into Egypt, and as their feeling seemed to be entirely that way, they must expect what follows.
That ye shall die by the sword, by the famine, and by the pestilence . . . by one way or another, or all of them; some by one, and some by another, as before threatened. Evils they thought they would escape by going to Egypt, but the evil would surely follow them, and overtake them.
In the place whither ye desire to go and to sojourn . . . meaning in Egypt, to where they greatly desired to be, pleasing themselves with the thoughts, and which they chose of their own will and pleasure for their habitation. Sojourn . . . for a time, until they could return to their country, so they expected to be restored, in spite of God's prediction to the opposite.
*****And now I have this day declared it unto you . . . the whole will of God, was stated by Jeremiah and he had not kept back anything from them. But they did not obey the LORD. The prophet knew they would not obey the command of the LORD not to go into Egypt, most likely when he spoke with them during the ten days the answer of the LORD was delayed, by which he clearly saw they were determined to go to Egypt; or by their faces and behavior, while he was delivering the LORD'S message to them. By what he saw in them, he knew what was said did not agree with them, and that their mind was set on going to Egypt. But the prophet knew the makeup of this people, that they were a rebellious and disobedient people, and always had been, never obeying the Voice of the LORD. This is very much like most people in today’s world. Sojourn . . . for a time, until they could return to their country. So, they expected to be restored, in spite of God's prediction to the contrary.
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