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Jeremiah 15:15

    Jeremiah 15:15 Translations

    King James Version (KJV)

    O LORD, thou knowest: remember me, and visit me, and revenge me of my persecutors; take me not away in thy longsuffering: know that for thy sake I have suffered rebuke.

    American King James Version (AKJV)

    O LORD, you know: remember me, and visit me, and revenge me of my persecutors; take me not away in your long-suffering: know that for your sake I have suffered rebuke.

    American Standard Version (ASV)

    O Jehovah, thou knowest; remember me, and visit me, and avenge me of my persecutors; take me not away in thy longsuffering: know that for thy sake I have suffered reproach.

    Basic English Translation (BBE)

    O Lord, you have knowledge: keep me in mind and come to my help, and give their right reward to those who are attacking me; take me not away, for you are slow to be angry: see how I have undergone shame because of you from all those who make little of your word;

    Webster's Revision

    O Jehovah, thou knowest; remember me, and visit me, and avenge me of my persecutors; take me not away in thy longsuffering: know that for thy sake I have suffered reproach.

    World English Bible

    Yahweh, you know; remember me, and visit me, and avenge me of my persecutors; don't take me away in your longsuffering: know that for your sake I have suffered reproach.

    English Revised Version (ERV)

    O LORD, thou knowest: remember me, and visit me, and avenge me of my persecutors; take me not away in thy longsuffering: know that for thy sake I have suffered reproach.

    Definitions for Jeremiah 15:15

    Rebuke - To reprimand; strongly warn; restrain.

    Clarke's Commentary on Jeremiah 15:15

    O Lord - remember me, and visit me - Let me not be carried away into captivity; and it does not appear that he had ever been taken to Babylon. After the capture of the city he went into Egypt; and either died there, or was put to death by his countrymen.

    Barnes' Notes on Jeremiah 15:15

    This is the prayer of a man in bitter grief, whose human nature cannot at present submit to the divine will. God's long-suffering toward the wicked seemed to the prophet to be the abandonment of himself to death; justice itself required that one who was suffering contumely for God's sake should be delivered.

    Rebuke - i. e., reproach, contumely.

    Wesley's Notes on Jeremiah 15:15

    15:15 Thou knowest - My sincerity, or my sufferings. Visit me - With thy love.