Jeremiah - Earamyah
This is a translation of the Book of Jeremiah, the Prophet of the Old Testament, from the Ancient Aramaic Scriptures of the Ancient Church of the East.
This is a very significant prophetic Book of the Scriptures. This is a fresh translation directly to English, bypassing the Greek and Latin versions that produced the distortions.
This translation reveals an interesting fact regarding Nineveh. Nineveh, the Capital of Ashur, is supposed to have fallen in 612 BC. This would have happened during Jeremiah’s lifetime; yet Jeremiah never refers to the “Fall of Nineveh.” He prophesies regarding the Fall of Jerusalem, the Fall of Ammon, the Fall of Edom, the Fall of Moab, the Fall of Elam, the Fall of Arabia, the Fall of Damascus, the Fall of Egypt, and the Fall of Babylon -- but not the Fall of Nineveh!
In fact, we know that Nineveh was spared on account of Jonah’s preaching, and the Maran Eashoa Msheekha blessed the memory of the “Men of Nineveh,” as recorded in the Gospel of Matthew 12:39-41, “The Men of Nineveh shall rise in judgment of this evil generation, for they repented at the preaching of Jonah and there is someone greater than Jonah here.”
However, the major significance of Jeremiah is that this Book is the other half of the story of the preparation of the Nation of Israel for the Coming of the Messiah. The first half is the story of Moses and the Law. These two prophets, Moses and Jeremiah, are essential to an understanding of the Creator’s plan for humanity.
Note: The terms in this translation of the Book of Jeremiah are still in the traditional English language theology.
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Posted April 6, 2010