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Lamentaions : A Mentor Commentary
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The Book of Lamentations is divided into five chapters. Each chapter represents a separate poem. In the original Hebrew, the verses are acrostic, which each verse starting with a succeeding letter of the Hebrew alphabet. What can we learn from this book?
The Babylonians were Gods tool for bringing judgment on Jerusalem (1:12-15; 2:1-8; 4:11).
Sin and rebellion were the causes of Gods wrath being poured out (1:8-9; 4:13; 5:16)
That Lamenting is appropriate in a time of distress, but it should quickly give way to contrition and repentance (3:40-42; 5:21-22).
Even in terrible judgment, God is a God of hope (3:24-25), love (3:22), faithfulness (3:23), and deliverance (3:26). It is only because of the Lords mercy that we are allowed to survive to receive the gospel (3:22).
A popular view is that Lamentations is a dreary book with nothing much to say to todays upbeat society. The reality is that it could not be more relevant. If you scratch beneath todays upbeat atheist you will discover a disillusioned hedonist wondering if the frantic hurtle down the waste-pipe of life has been worth it!
Lamentaions : A Mentor Commentary by John L MacKay was published by Christian Focus Publications in July 2008 and is our 39247th best seller. The ISBN for Lamentaions : A Mentor Commentary is 9781845503635.
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|Page last updated||16th June 2016|
|Author / Artist||John L MacKay|
|Publisher||Christian Focus Publications (July 2008)|
|Number of Pages||240|