Jeremiah Chapter 33 verse 3 Holy Bible
Call unto me, and I will answer thee, and will show thee great things, and difficult, which thou knowest not.
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Let your cry come to me, and I will give you an answer, and let you see great things and secret things of which you had no knowledge.
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Call unto me, and I will answer thee, and I will shew thee great and hidden things, which thou knowest not.
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Call unto me, and I will answer thee, and shew thee great and mighty things, which thou knowest not.
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Call to me, and I will answer you, and will show you great things, and difficult, which you don't know.
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Call unto Me, and I do answer thee, yea, I declare to thee great and fenced things -- thou hast not known them.
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Jeremiah 33 : 3 Bible Verse Songs
- The Call - Almighty God We Need You Now by Isabel Davis
- I Can Only Imagine by MercyMe
- Available by Nashville Life Music
- Beautiful by Dan Bremnes
- Here In Your Presence by New Life Worship
- Never Go a Day by Jason Nelson
- Call On Me by Nathaniel Bassey
- Sure Thing by Hillsong United
- Like A Bird by Proclaim Music
- Call My Name by Brian Courtney Wilson
Pulpit CommentaryVerse 3. - Mighty things; rather, secret things (literally, inaccessible). It must be admitted that this introduction hardly corresponds to the sequel, which does not contain any special secrets, as we should have thought. Either vers. 2, 3 have been inserted by a later (inspired) editor, whose mind was absorbed in high thoughts of the latter days - for this view may be urged the style and phraseology, which are hardly those of the surrounding chapters, hardly those of Jeremiah; or else we must adopt Hengstenberg's perhaps over subtle suggestion, which, however, does not touch the question of the phraseology, "that throughout Scripture dead knowledge is not regarded as knowledge; that the hope of restoration had, in the natural man, in the prophet, as well as in all believers, an enemy who strove to darken and extinguish it; that therefore it was ever new," or, in the words of Jeremiah, "great and secret things, which thou knowest not."