"The last chapter of Lamentations is fascinating. Jeremiah comes to the LORD in earnest prayer of restoration. In his request of God, he raises a question about God’s motives and character, ""Turn us back to You, O LORD, and we will be restored; Renew our days as of old, unless You have utterly rejected us, and are very angry with us!"" (LAMENTATIONS
5 : 2 1 - 2 2 ). This is the conclusion of the book of Lamentations, the last words written down for us to read of the weeping prophet’s thoughts. Jeremiah’s question remains: Does God utterly reject us? Does He leave us to die in our own mess? The answer to that question definitively came about five hundred years later when Jesus Christ emerged on the scene.
The Messiah, God’s Son, was prophesied by Isaiah, and even mentioned back in Genesis 3:15, ""And I will put enmity between you and the woman, and between your seed and her Seed; He shall bruise your head, and you shall bruise His heel.""
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