Book of


Jeremiah's Call and Commission
2 God Pleads with Israel to Repent
3 Unfaithful Israel
A Call to Repentance
4 Invasion and Desolation of Judah Threatened
Sorrow for a Doomed Nation
5 The Utter Corruption of God's People
6 The Imminence and Horror of the Invasion
7 Jeremiah Proclaims God's Judgment on the Nation
The People's Disobedience
8 The Blind Perversity of the Whole Nation
The Prophet Mourns for the People
9 The People Mourn in Judgment
10 Idolatry Has Brought Ruin on Israel
The Coming Exile
11 Israel and Judah Have Broken the Covenant
Jeremiah's Life Threatened
12 Jeremiah Complains to God
God Replies to Jeremiah
13 The Linen Loincloth
Symbol of the Wine-Jars
Exile Threatened
14 The Great Drought
Denunciation of Lying Prophets
The People Plead for Mercy
15 Punishment Is Inevitable
Jeremiah Complains Again and Is Reassured
16 Jeremiah's Celibacy and Message
God Will Restore Israel
17 Judah's Sin and Punishment
Jeremiah Prays for Vindication
Hallow the Sabbath Day
18 The Potter and the Clay
Israel's Stubborn Idolatry
A Plot against Jeremiah
19 The Broken Earthenware Jug
20 Jeremiah Persecuted by Pashhur
Jeremiah Denounces His Persecutors
21 Jerusalem Will Fall to Nebuchadrezzar
Message to the House of David
22 Exhortation to Repent
Message to the Sons of Josiah
Judgment on Coniah (Jehoiachin)
23 Restoration after Exile
The Righteous Branch of David
False Prophets of Hope Denounced
24 The Good and the Bad Figs
25 The Babylonian Captivity Foretold
The Cup of God's Wrath
26 Jeremiah's Prophecies in the Temple
27 The Sign of the Yoke
28 Hananiah Opposes Jeremiah and Dies
29 Jeremiah's Letter to the Exiles in Babylon
The Letter of Shemaiah
30 Restoration Promised for Israel and Judah
31 The Joyful Return of the Exiles
Individual Retribution
A New Covenant
Jerusalem to Be Enlarged
32 Jeremiah Buys a Field During the Siege
Jeremiah Prays for Understanding
God's Assurance of the People's Return
33 Healing after Punishment
The Righteous Branch and the Covenant with David
34 Death in Captivity Predicted for Zedekiah
Treacherous Treatment of Slaves
35 The Rechabites Commended
36 The Scroll Read in the Temple
The Scroll Read in the Palace
Jehoiakim Burns the Scroll
Jeremiah Dictates Another
37 Zedekiah's Vain Hope
Jeremiah Is Imprisoned
38 Jeremiah in the Cistern
Jeremiah Is Rescued by Ebed-melech
Zedekiah Consults Jeremiah Again
39 The Fall of Jerusalem
Jeremiah, Set Free, Remembers Ebed-melech
40 Jeremiah with Gedaliah the Governor
41 Insurrection against Gedaliah
42 Jeremiah Advises Survivors Not to Migrate
43 Taken to Egypt, Jeremiah Warns of Judgment
44 Denunciation of Persistent Idolatry
45 A Word of Comfort to Baruch
46 Judgment on Egypt
Babylonia Will Strike Egypt
God Will Save Israel
47 Judgment on the Philistines
48 Judgment on Moab
49 Judgment on the Ammonites
Judgment on Edom
Judgment on Damascus
Judgment on Kedar and Hazor
Judgment on Elam
50 Judgment on Babylon
51 Israel the Creator's Instrument
The Doom of Babylon
Jeremiah's Command to Seraiah
52 The Destruction of Jerusalem Reviewed
Jehoiachin Favored in Captivity

Nova Vulgata - Lateinische
Biblia del Pueblo di Dio (BPD) - Spanische
Vulgata - Stuttgart 1969 - Lateinische
Bíblia Sagrada Ave-Maria (1957) - Portugiesisch
La Sainte Bible (Crampon 1904) - Französische
CEI (1974) - Italienische
EinheitsÜbersetzung der Heiligen Sc - Deutsche