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Geneva Bible Notes (1560): Jeremiah 24

1 a The good figgs signified that that were gone into captiuitie, and so saued their life, as {chap. 21, 8}, and the noghty figgs them that remained, which were yet subject to the sworde, famine and pestilence.

1 ! The vision of the baskets of figges.

4 ! Signifieth that parte of the people shulde be broght againe from captiuitie.

5 b Whereby he approueth the yelding of Jeconiah, & his companie, because thei obeied the Prophet, who exhorted them thereunto.

7 c Which declareth that man of himselfe can knowe nothing, til God giue the heart and vnderstanding.

8 ! And that Zedekiah and the rest of the people shulde be caryed away.

8 d Which fled thether for succour.