By John M. Bracke

A sequence of concise yet finished commentaries that draw out the Bible's message for Christian existence and proposal this present day.

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The present text takes us beyond "the sword," God's judgment, and announces that in the wilderness, the people will find "grace," that is, God's favor. The relationship between God and the people is thus imagined to have come full circle. The wilderness was the place where God's relationship with Israel began, and will be the place for the restoration of the relationship between God and Israel (for a similar view of restoration after judgment, see Hos. 2:14). b. " The book of Jeremiah presents the initial relationship between God and Israel as one in which the people followed after God (2:23).

The wilderness was the place where God's relationship with Israel began, and will be the place for the restoration of the relationship between God and Israel (for a similar view of restoration after judgment, see Hos. 2:14). b. " The book of Jeremiah presents the initial relationship between God and Israel as one in which the people followed after God (2:23). However, Israel went far from God (2:5) and followed after idols (2:8, 15). Israel's decision to distance themselves from God brought judgment, and the judgment of exile had an obvious spatial dimension as Israel was removed from the land (the spatial aspect of Israel's sin and God's judgment is most evident in Ezekiel; see especially Ezek.

The idolatry of Israel shattered that initial relationship and led to judgment (the point of Jeremiah 129, though particularly Jeremiah 23). The present text takes us beyond "the sword," God's judgment, and announces that in the wilderness, the people will find "grace," that is, God's favor. The relationship between God and the people is thus imagined to have come full circle. The wilderness was the place where God's relationship with Israel began, and will be the place for the restoration of the relationship between God and Israel (for a similar view of restoration after judgment, see Hos.

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