Audiobook: Bible (Reina Valera) 25: Lamentaciones de JeremĆ­as

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Bible (Reina Valera) 25: Lamentaciones de JeremĆ­as

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El libro de Lamentaciones se compone de cinco poemas, cada uno de los cuales es una expresiĆ³n de dolor por la caĆ­da de JerusalĆ©n. Como en los funerales, estos lamentos estĆ”n destinados a llorar una pĆ©rdida. En este caso, la pĆ©rdida de una naciĆ³n. La segunda mitad del capĆ­tulo 3 implica que el propĆ³sito detrĆ”s de las representaciones grĆ”ficas de Lamentaciones de dolor y sufrimiento era producir esperanza en el Dios cuya compasiĆ³n es "nueva cada maƱana", y cuya fidelidad es grande incluso para un pueblo que ha sido condenado por su propia infidelidad. Las lamentaciones probablemente fueron escritas poco despuĆ©s de la caĆ­da de JerusalĆ©n en 586 a. C. El autor, aunque no estĆ” identificado en el libro, puede ser el profeta JeremĆ­as, de quien se dice que "expresĆ³ un lamento por JosĆ­as" (2 CrĆ³nicas 35:25). ---- English Translation: The book of Lamentations is composed of five poems, each of which is an expression of pain for the fall of Jerusalem. Like an eulogy at a funeral, these laments are meant to mourn a loss. In this case, the loss of a nation. The second half of chapter 3 implies that the purpose behind the graphic representations of Lamentations of pain and suffering was to produce hope in the God whose compassion is "new every morning", and whose faithfulness is great even for a people who have been condemned by their own infidelity The lamentations were probably written shortly after the fall of Jerusalem in 586 a. C. The author, although not identified in the book, may be the prophet Jeremiah, who is said to have "expressed a lament for Josiah" (2 Chronicles 35:25). - Summary by Claudia R Barrett

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