Sometimes it is denominated metaphorically from inanimates: "A face harder than a rock," jer.
He is moved even to impatience, so that he wishes he had never been born, jer 20, 14.
The only instance we have of the use of the name in former times is in jer.
It has been supposed by some critics that the wild cry of jer.
In the Greek Bible the oracles against the foreign nations come in between jer.
The worship of the queen of heaven in Palestine is alluded to in jer.
The recognition of a divine command after the fact has its parallel, as Wellhausen observes, in jer.
All that forsake Thee shall be ashamed, says the Prophet, jer.
Here Million gave a little skip out of her skirt, "What jer think?"
They have not taken "forth the precious from the vile" (jer 15:19).