Jeremiah was known as the weeping prophet because he bitterly lamented the hard hearts of his people, who though warned of their impending destruction, ignored his warnings until it was too late. Eventually, he provided hope that their exile would be temporary.
A number of free online resources provide copyright free graphics, commentaries and games on this fascination Old Testament book.
- Forty copyright free scripture photos from Fools for Christ (for samples check out the accompanying slide show featuring photographers Josh Ives, Chris Kish and Rick Woodall)
- John Calvin’s complete commentary (read online or download)
- John Wesley’s Explanatory Notes - explains difficult-to-understand words and phrases; organized by chapter.
- Jeremiah 34-41 hangman (check out Applebee's Portaportal for a game on every chapter of the Bible)
- Jeremiah 42-46 unscramble
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