"The Road to Captivity", Part 5; A Study in Jeremiah, Chapters 22-23
October 1, 2009

C. R. Oliver

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October 1, 2009

"The Road to Captivity", Part 5
A Study in Jeremiah, Chapters 22-23

          The road to captivity has many tributaries. Jeremiah exposes them all throughout his work. He began Chapter 22 by focusing on the succession of kings from Josiah to Zedekiah. He included each king and chronicled the messages God had given him to deliver. Jeremiah concluded his treatise by showing how each of the kings had rejected God's message both by example and through encouraging the people to continue in sin.

           The heritage of Josiah reflected the general moral decay of the kingdom. Even though a steady stream of messages from God offered opportunity to turn and go the way of righteousness, each of the Kings "went their own way."

          Several of the ensuing chapters address causal roots for the Judaic destruction. They are found, not only in government (Kings) and religion (pastors and prophets), but in the various officials surrounding both arenas.

CHAPTER 21: Revisited
King Zedekiah, the last to reign before captivity, needed answers; he asked Jeremiah: "What Shall I Do?"

          Whenever kings go wandering about seeking answers and do not know what to do nationally, the office of the prophet becomes crucial to the outcome of their government and not just to religion. Enter Jeremiah!

          The prophet was not silent with the Lord's message, but forcefully pronounced: "Thus saith the Lord." (Of all the prophetic words one can hear in modern times, few if any, have a clearly defined message. Modern prophets speak in generalities and allusions and are afraid to "call it as God sees it." Either they have heard nothing and continue speaking in order to keep in contact with their hearers, or they intentionally seek to muddle truth in order to dissuade anger. They speak nebulously, "God is about to do something mighty in the next few months." The hearer feels like reacting with, "God is always doing something mighty; tell me the specifics or shut up.")

Intermediary Work:
          In chapter 21, Jeremiah gave the "inquirers (Pashhur and Zephaniah)" something to say. He gave them a single message for the king (vs.3ff) and a single message directed to the people (vs8ff), but God reserved Chapter 22's message for Jeremiah. (There comes a time when intermediaries no longer can be trusted. The same is true for the modern clergy. The five-fold ministry can no longer be depended upon to deliver the truth of God in its entirety!)

CHAPTER 22: Judgment on governmental leaders

Jeremiah's message to the King was simple: get right with God!
Jeremiah 22:3 Execute judgment and righteousness…
          God gave Zedekiah an ultimatum: Make it right, and the future of the whole house of David would be assured throughout future generations. Get it wrong, and God would wipe out the earthly kingdom. Zedekiah was the man of the last resort! He was the last in successive kings to hear this appeal---this was the final hour!
Jeremiah 22:4-5
For if you indeed do this thing, then shall enter the gates of this house, riding on horses and in chariots, accompanied by servants and people, kings who sit on the throne of David. But if you will not hear these words, I swear by Myself, says the LORD, that this house shall become a desolation.
Zedekiah didn't take heed and God kept His word.

          Jeremiah laid before Zedekiah the historical pattern of rejection by the heirs of the house of David. (One must remember that through several administrations, the Lord offered opportunities to "make it right." God's call for repentance, and subsequent acts of remorse, fell to the earth unheeded. Remember, these were not the heathen. These were not the unlearned, uneducated, ignorant masses, nor were they Gentiles. These were the Kings ruling the people of God. (Note: In these focus chapters, the appeal for holiness and righteousness came to a head. This was the last offer! [Could this message be the last offer to Christian civilizations?]) (Author's Note: It is now necessary for the reader to review II Kings 23 and part of 24, in order to grasp the kingly succession of the Davidic House. In these passages, the lineage of Josiah is chronicled.)

          On one occasion or another, Jeremiah addressed all of the Kings specifically. Chapter 22 synopsizes his past rhetoric. (Remember: Access to the heads of government does not insure a hearing or a heeding.) Soon the royal subjects would be divided into two groups: those captured early and thus preserved and those captured later, after rebellion, which were destroyed. (Nations suffer greatly when leaders refuse to heed God.)

Past Messages Jeremiah delivered to the sons of Josiah (Josiah was a good king, who died in battle against Pharaoh).
1. Message to Jehoahaz (aka Shallum, who reigned only 3 months before Pharaoh took him away to prison and established another son of Josiah as King.)
a. Jeremiah 22:11-12 He shall not return here anymore, but he shall die in the place where they have led him captive, and shall see this land no more.
b. Jeremiah 22:15-17 Shall you reign because you enclose yourself in cedar? Did not your father (Josiah) eat and drink. And do justice and righteousness? Then it was well with him. He judged the cause of the poor and needy; then it was well. Was not this knowing Me? says the LORD. 'Yet your eyes and your heart are for nothing but your covetousness, for shedding innocent blood, and practicing oppression and violence.'
(Several questions emerge from these scriptures: [1] Does a nation whose leadership adapts a philosophy of the "end justifies the means" always find itself in judgment? [2] Does emulating Jehoahaz assure one a short reign? [3] Do national leaders cast the vote for captivity in behalf of all their constituents?)
2. Message to Jehoiakim. (Reigned eleven years and did evil.)
a. Jeremiah 22:21 I spoke to you in your prosperity, But you said, "I will not hear." This has been your manner from your youth, that you did not obey My voice.
b. Jeremiah 22:22 Surely then you will be ashamed and humiliated for all your wickedness.
(Not hearing and obeying God brought shame and humiliation. How then, can a nation survive whose leaders as well as its public are guilty of the same? A contingent question would be: "How can a church survive, when they refuse to do the exact will and bid of the Spirit?")
3. Message to Jehoiachin (Coniah).
a. Jeremiah 22:28 Is this man Coniah a despised, broken idol - A vessel in which is no pleasure?
(Because Coniah was a charismatic figure, he was worshipped like a god. They looked upon him as one who would lead them out of trouble and thus they venerated him. Remember, "Cursed is the man who trusts in man." God called Coniah a "despised and broken clay idol.")
b. Jeremiah 22:26-27 I will cast you out, and your mother who bore you, into another country where you were not born; and there you shall die. But to the land to which they desire to return, there they shall not return. (Each of the addressed kings had a different mother, but same father.)
c. Jeremiah 22:24-25 'As I live,' says the LORD, 'though Coniah the son of Jehoiakim, king of Judah, were the signet on My right hand, yet I would pluck you off, and I will give you into the hand of those who seek your life, and into the hand of those whose face you fear - the hand of Nebuchadnezzar king of Babylon and the hand of the Chaldeans.'
Addressing Coniah, not by his Kingly name, but by a nickname, Jeremiah ended chapter twenty-two with a bang. God used the "signet ring" episode as a metaphor. He compared Coniah to the central stone of the ring a king would use to validate legal documents. It was a symbol of authority. Because there was no effective King, God declared that He is the real King and He refused to wear (or use) Coniah as a signet of authority. Neither would God validate the covenants to the house of David through Coniah. Even if Coniah became the chief stone in the signet of authority, God would pluck it out and hand it to King Nebuchadnezzar. That is how bad things had gotten in the camp of the Lord.

          The prophet then turned universal, signaling a change from addressing individual kings to a much broader spectrum.
Jeremiah 22:29, O earth, earth, earth, hear the word of the LORD!
          Jeremiah addressed the whole earth and called it to witness. Are words spoken by the anointed of God, while standing at a specific locale, able to affect the whole earth? (If so, then is it not time to study the various words spoken to the earth as significant to us? [Words spoken to mountains, the sea and other so-called "inanimate" sources are to be included]. Prophetic words, given by God, are never lost [even those to mountains] and remain on deposit until their day arrives.)

CHAPTER 23 Judgment of spiritual leadership

(Author's note: Jeremiah turned next to pastors and prophets as casual elements to national decline and their subsequent captivity. By doing so, he approximated their contribution to be at least equal to that of kings. Their reluctance to speak truth, their reticence in speaking to authorities as well as the public, may well make them more responsible. Jeremiah was one of the prophets. He was speaking to his "group." Imagine how he felt when he had a message from God and spoke it in public and that word was the exact opposite to every pronouncement of the mainline prophets. Imagine how he felt when he was publicly rebuked for sticking with his words when challenged to change them. Here is a man who is extremely familiar with the clergy and how they think and act or react. He spoke to them in a manner deemed "inappropriate" by all his peers, with the exception of Habakkuk; nonetheless, he refused to modify his message. (Habakkuk preached near the end of Zedekiah's reign).

Blame the pastors:

(Note: Jeremiah was sent to expose the causes for national captivity. The road to captivity had many tributaries. Kings shared their leadership roles with other civil and religious authorities… some who are noted as "shepherds" were actually civil authorities with leadership roles and some were actual religious pastors.

Further Note: At this writing, preparations are being made to address a minister's conference, at which the title of the message will be: "How in the world did we wind up Here?" The answer to that subtle inquiry is simple: blame the church leadership, because Jeremiah did and so did God!)
Jeremiah 23:1-3Woe to the shepherds (pastors)* who destroy and scatter the sheep of My pasture!' says the LORD. Therefore thus says the LORD God of Israel against the shepherds (pastors) who feed My people: 'You have scattered My flock, driven them away, and not attended to them. Behold, I will attend to you for the evil of your doings,' says the LORD.
*OT: 7462 ra` ah (raw-aw'); a primitive root; to tend a flock; i.e. pasture it; intransitively, to graze (literally or figuratively); generally to rule; by extension, to associate with (as a friend):
KJV - break, companion, keep company with, devour, eat up, evil entreat, feed, use as a friend, make friendship with, herdman, keep [sheeper]-), pastor, shearing house, shepherd, wander, waste.
(Biblesoft's New Exhaustive Strong's Numbers and Concordance with Expanded Greek-Hebrew Dictionary. Copyright © 1994, 2003 Biblesoft, Inc. and International Bible Translators, Inc.)
          God was speaking in these verses, not just Jeremiah. His words were not a threat, they were a promise. There would be no codling. There was no call for repentance. They were offered no recourse. Because they didn't "attend" His flock, He would "attend" to them. (When a responsible parent tells a child this-the child isn't a happy camper.)

          Pastors control. They control who speaks in their pulpits, who is employed on their staff. They set the tone and attitude for whole congregations. They control congregational expression in worship and service. They control the outcome of events, as well as, set agendas for their constituents. Pastors control. (The controlling aspect of modern clergy is immense, especially in charismatica. For years, prelates have handed down edicts; superintendents have ordered and decreed agendas and programs, while pastors have worked their flocks to great advantage for themselves.)

          Therefore, God holds them accountable for their deeds. Jeremiah's prophecy was no different in kind or order than that of Revelation, with its address of the Spirit to the seven churches.

          No longer can church leadership shield itself by feigning "ignorance." They have the most educated group in history. No longer can they point their fingers at the pew and say, "We, as pastors, can only do what the congregation will allow." No longer can pastors hide behind the cloak of comparison and say, "We offer only what others are offering." Nope, the pastors must take responsibility for feeding their own choice of ingredients to the flock and not the food of the Lord. They have substituted (and taught substitution) as an acceptable alternate diet for many years. That is why even in a world of media over-exposure, the sheep are dying from spiritual malnourishment. The Lord has as much right in these early days of the Twenty-first Century to bring judgment against pastors as He did in Jeremiah's day. Maybe more so!

Prophetic Relief:
          Thank God, Jeremiah interrupted his message and offered a glimpse into the future. He proclaimed King Jesus would be in charge and bring in pastors of His appointing and anointing. That day would bring such a contrast to the polluted scene surrounding Jeremiah, that he rejoiced and trapezed into a sublime vision. He hailed the day of "The Lord our Righteousness." It will be a day where the focus is changed from the traditional roles dictated by man to Christ appointed duties. It would herald a new standard for praise-not the praise of Miriam over the triumph of Israel in battling Pharaoh, but a song from the hearts of the sheep for their deliverance by the Shepherd.

          The litany of praise doesn't last too long before the reality of the task again surfaces. Look at the response of Jeremiah to the harsh facts to be delivered by him to the prophets.

Blame the prophets:
Jeremiah 23:9-10 My heart within me is broken, because of the prophets; All my bones shake. I am like a drunken man, and like a man whom wine has overcome, because of the LORD, and because of His holy words. For the land is full of adulterers; for because of a curse the land mourns. The pleasant places of the wilderness are dried up. Their course of life is evil, and their might is not right.
          Is it so with you? Is your heart broken because of Christian leadership? Do you have anguish over the church and those who act as authorities over it and in it? Do the messages you hear resonate within you and cause you to say, "Is that it? Is this all there is? Are we expected to feed on this fare and do battle in the Spirit?" "Where is the true prophetic word?" Are the prophesies we hear not but outbursts along approved lines and within the "atmosphere" of the accepted? Where are the Jeremiah's and the Habakkuk's?

(Yes, I am aware, that right now, a number of those reading this newsletter, who are church leaders are perhaps getting defensive and asking, "What right does he have to broach these subjects, after all, the New Testament function of pastor and prophet is far different, according to Paul, than their Old Testament counterparts? Is it?

Where is the broken heart, though, my brethren? Where is the brokenhearted pastor and prophet? Where is the emotion of Jeremiah over what they see in the modern church? Where is the sorrow and weeping for the sad state of affairs they view around them?

Look, there is a famous pastor rubbing shoulders in high government, see him offering approval to those who stroke him… there he is joining hands with the UN and dragging his constituents with him into a world church.

Look, there is a religious media mogul seated in high places of personal glory and basking in his bilking.

Behold, there is a leading evangelist speaking to pastors and church leaders exclaiming, "I got mine, you get yours."

Where are the contrite hearts and the broken spirits?

See, a layman weeps because he overhears the comments and concerns of a room full of ministers. "It's all about their positions, benefits and the size of their congregation," he exclaims in a daze of reality.

Is this not a fair pursuit, my audience? Am I amiss in my appraisal, or am I not one like Jeremiah who has held the office and has seen for myself?)

          THE LAND IS FULL OF ADULTERERS! That is the fact and God said it was a true rendering.

No one weeps!

          The land mourns and the high places continue to die of dehydration (no spiritual water) for "the course of life is evil" and the land and the high places have no hope without that awesome word, "REPENT." No one goes to the high place to kneel and survey the soon-to-be-ruins of what should have been a glorious people, but instead they are a misled, misanthropic, mass of those running toward a hope that has no foundation.
Psalms 11:3 If the foundations are destroyed, what can the righteous do?
Now the hammer falls:
Jeremiah 23:11 For both prophet and priest are profane; Yes, in My house I have found their wickedness," says the LORD.
(One must see that Jeremiah stands in history before the captivity by Babylon. His was a nation preparing for captivity, for the news on every side was "bad news." He complicated the lives of government and religious leadership by assaying the cause of their dilemma. They were blind to it.

Ezekiel, on the other hand, was on the "other side" of the captivity. He was able to see how Jeremiah was right, and as he wrote Ezekiel 44, he addressed the causal issues of: "How did we wind up here?" He saw clearly the road to captivity was paved with the sin and error of religious leadership and their followers!

Let the chips fall.

          Let us not protect pastors and prophets and priests, but rather let us confront them. This is not a day when ministry can be trusted to deliver the message of God and His kingdom. (There have been other days when this was true as well. The Reformation came about because it was a similar day.) Leadership always rally around each other through networks, papers and association like never before, during the height of malfeasance. There is a wall, of tiered layers, surrounding their positions of power and those walls are supported by a constituency who are like duped sheep. The sheep seek to do "what is right and expected of them," BUT, there is no excuse for their not having spiritual discernment (available through the Holy Ghost), and there is no excuse for them not knowing the "mind of Christ."

Two Groups of Prophets:

          Group One: The prophets to Israel's ten tribes (to the North) that prophesied by Baal, not the Lord, and caused the people to be led astray.
          Group Two: The prophets in Judah, who were corrupt and gave excuse to the wicked.
Jeremiah 23:12-14 'For I will bring disaster on them, the year of their punishment,' says the LORD. 'And I have seen folly in the prophets of Samaria, they prophesied by Baal and caused My people Israel to err. Also I have seen a horrible thing in the prophets of Jerusalem: They commit adultery and walk in lies; they also strengthen the hands of evildoers, so that no one turns back from his wickedness. All of them are like Sodom to Me, and her inhabitants like Gomorrah.'
(Note: Nearly all my past preaching on this passage led me to explain that the "adultery" part was spiritual. Now, in this new century, it is both literal and spiritual. The prophets are like Sodom [full of sexual deviancy] and the people they lead are like Gomorrah [guilty by association and deserving of destruction by fire]. Although a literal meaning of these verses is rough, it is NOT rough enough for a generation that knows better and has willfully gone the way of Balaam!)
Jeremiah 23:15 'For from the prophets of Jerusalem, profaneness has gone out into all the land.'
God was clearly NOT PLEASED with the professional clergy. There is no reason to believe He is pleased with that class today! Allow a bit of testing, "While your good pastor and his approved prophets were preaching and proclaiming to their great congregations, the Lord summoned them to a Philip mission, to search out one man, and leave the setting of which they were accustomed, what would be their response? I strongly believe they would offer an excuse. I believe this would be the reasoning for not going--"It would be better to sacrifice the one person in order for me to preach to thousands." Enough Said!

How far reaching was the PROFANESS of the wayward prophets? INTO all the land, was what the text said. Currently, there is such a congruity found among clergy that it matters not what denomination is represented-oozing profaness is again rampant. How else would there be debates on homosexual clergy with subsequent acquiesce?

Why are pulpits silent on almost every issue of personal and national concupiscence? Political correctness is now the model, while the likes of Patrick Henry lie silent in history. Henry said,
Is life so dear, or peace so sweet, as to be purchased at the price of chains and slavery?
However, the prophets of Jeremiah's day unequivocally proclaimed, "Peace at all costs!"

God's Advice and Measure:
Jeremiah 23:16-17 Do not listen to the words of the prophets who prophesy to you. They make you worthless;
They speak a vision of their own heart,
Not from the mouth of the LORD.
They continually say to those who despise Me,
'The LORD has said, "You shall have peace"';
And to everyone who walks according to the dictates of his own heart, they say, 'No evil shall come upon you.'
          "They make you worthless." Herein is the problem with today's religious musings; they create a "creature" who is socialized into submission and minimalized into sameness.

          One dare not question a speaker's verbiage. "Heretic" is the label for those who stand for righteousness and demand holiness deemed too rich for the blood of the modern "believer." Congregations today will not tolerate a sermon the likes of which were preached 50 or 100 years ago. The clergy has fostered a people that now consume them. Lucadian platitudes set on sentimental placemats are all one may expect from even the "strongest" of pulpiteers.

          The burning issue with God is about hearing Him and doing His bidding. Listen, nothing else matters. He has every reason to judge this generation on Jeremiah terms. His question for the prophets of Judah should be the question facing every minister's conference and on the lips of every person who gives to support them.
Jeremiah 23:18-20 For who has stood in the counsel of the LORD, And has perceived and heard His word? Who has marked His word and heard it?
Behold, a whirlwind of the LORD has gone forth in fury - A violent whirlwind! It will fall violently on the head of the wicked. The anger of the LORD will not turn back, until He has executed and performed the thoughts of His heart.
In the latter days you will understand it perfectly.
          "In the latter days you will understand it perfectly." Yes, we do understand. We understand how the nation went into captivity, and we know God changes not. Yes, we understand that God did carry out every detail of his judgment, and He will do so again. Yes, we are wiser now, more communicative now, richer now, fatter now, and we know that sin runs unabated. Yes, this promise for the latter days is real to us, for we live in it and are perfectly apprised of judgment's depth of cleansing. Can this nation or any other modern nation withstand 70 years of captivity?
Jeremiah 23:21-22 I have not sent these prophets, yet they ran.
I have not spoken
to them, yet they prophesied. But if they had stood in My counsel, and had caused My people to hear My words,
Then they would have turned them from their evil way
And from the evil of their doings.
          How many are listening to "those I have not sent?" How many are reading their books, adhering to their precepts, following their advice, while fully believing every word? How many are running where and when they have not been sent? How many are prophesying when no words have been given? One would not believe the amount of running and speaking going forth week upon week.
Jeremiah 23:25-27 'I have heard what the prophets have said who prophesy lies in My name, saying, "I have dreamed, I have dreamed!" How long will this be in the heart of the prophets who prophesy lies? Indeed they are prophets of the deceit of their own heart, who try to make My people forget My name by their dreams which everyone tells his neighbor, as their fathers forgot My name for Baal.'
          Recently, a farmer wrote to me a short piece of advice regarding the great calamities surrounding the political and economic scene. He said, "I am perfectly satisfied that satan is hurling all this toward us in order for us to take our eyes off Jesus." YESS! That is what the "dream" culture is all about. Testimony fills the airways with dreams and visions-many of which are filled with error and even promote the sin of unbelief toward the Lord. Let us seek the Lord and the wisdom of His understanding.

Like a Fire and Like a Hammer:
Jeremiah 23:28-29 'The prophet who has a dream, let him tell a dream;
And he who has My word, let him speak My word faithfully.
What is the chaff to the wheat?' says the LORD.
'Is not My word like a fire?' says the LORD,
'And like a hammer that breaks the rock in pieces?'
          Better the "Word of the Lord" than a prophet's dream! What is chaff's value, when compared to nourishing wheat? God's words have one common feature that make them distinguishable from all other words: they are like fire and are like a hammer. They burn away evil and error and sin. They smash the strongholds against life and break open new vistas of sight.

          Oh! That is what is missing. Those are the elements which satiate the heart and give life to the hearer---they are what is missing. Better one true word from God than a thousand dreams and a million visions!

          When Jesus cast out demons with a "word," those words were like fire and like a hammer. Hallelujah, can we not see the difference? Alas, most congregations cannot! Most preachers cannot! (Some of us can remember an inkling of those elements burning in the heart of an evangelist or pastor. We stand and weep, like those in Ezra's day, when we hear the silly excuse for a sermon scraped off a dirty plate.)

Profitless Diatribe:
Jeremiah 23:30-32 'Therefore behold, I am against the prophets,' says the LORD, 'who steal My words every one from his neighbor. Behold, I am against the prophets,' says the LORD, 'who use their tongues and say, 'He says.' Behold, I am against those who prophesy false dreams,' says the LORD, 'and tell them, and cause My people to err by their lies and by their recklessness. Yet I did not send them or command them; therefore they shall not profit this people at all,' says the LORD.
          Hear This! God accused those church leaders of not just "seeing junk," He accused them of "stealing His words from their neighbor." In other words, he kept his neighbor from hearing the real profitable words of God. Listen! That happens nearly every Sunday from thousands of pulpits! The worthless diatribe spewed forth on supplicant ears is profane compared to the true message that God wants delivered. When will it end? Soon! Such won't stand when militant judgment begins. Soon! For God will not continue to allow His people to be unprepared for His coming.

          The greatest judgment that people can sustain is hearing there is, "No more word from the Lord."

          God warns that if a prophet (mainly Jeremiah) hears a word from God, he is duty bound to deliver it faithfully, just as he has heard it. Woe, however, on the false prophet who claims an "oracle (a word from heaven)." If one hears such, they are to reject it.
Jeremiah 23:33-24:1 So when these people or the prophet or the priest ask you (Jeremiah), saying, 'What is the oracle of the LORD?' you (Jeremiah) shall then say to them, 'What oracle?' I will even forsake you ( the true oracle),' says the LORD. "And as for the prophet and the priest and the people who say, 'The oracle of the LORD!' I will even punish that man and his house. Thus every one of you shall say to his neighbor, and every one to his brother, 'What has the LORD answered?' and, 'What has the LORD spoken?' And the oracle of the LORD you shall mention no more. For every man's word will be his oracle, for you have perverted the words of the living God, the LORD of hosts, our God. Thus you shall say to the prophet, 'What has the LORD answered you?' and, 'What has the LORD spoken?' But since you say, 'The oracle of the LORD!' therefore thus says the LORD: 'Because you say this word, "The oracle of the LORD!" and I have sent to you, saying, 'Do not say, "The oracle of the LORD!" therefore behold, I, even I, will utterly forget you and forsake you, and the city that I gave you and your fathers, and will cast you out of My presence. And I will bring an everlasting reproach upon you, and a perpetual shame, which shall not be forgotten.'"
Unfortunately, the underlined portion of this passage is applicable today. You may ask, "Why have you been so hard on the many good men who minister to us?" My answer will be: "Because those 'good men' said nothing to confront the others!" Jeremiah was not silent-he was salient! As Jeremiah was to his day, so must the man of God be in these perilous days leading to CAPTIVITY!

Until Next month,

Dr. Cosby R. Oliver, PhD.


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