#1. Despite the destruction of Jerusalem Jeremiah says that those who were saved were done so through God's mercy. He says that God's compassions are renewed how often?
#2. Jeremiah says that no-one would have believed that Jerusalem would fall. But God allowed it to happen because which people in particular had sinned?
The kings and the princes
The Jews and the Gentiles
The prophets and the priests
The women and the children
#3. The fifth poem takes the form of a prayer to God. In it Jeremiah praises God, saying that His what passes from generation to generation?
#4. In the last verse of the first poem Jeremiah acknowledges the sin of Israel but asks God to do what?
He asks God to forgive their sins
He asks God to punish their
He asks God to turn back time
He asks God to bring the people home
#5. In the very first verse of Lamentations Jeremiah compares the city of Jerusalem to two types of women. Who are they?
A spinster and a wife
A slave-girl and a mistress
A widow and a princess
A daughter and a mother
#6. The second poem is an eyewitness account of the destruction of Jerusalem. In it Jeremiah mourns the loss of all in the city including children and babies killed by what?
By lack of food
By the swords of the enemy
By being thrown from the city walls
#7. Jeremiah encourages people to pray and to pour out what as if it were water?
To pour out their hearts
To pour out their oil
To pour out their praise
To pour out their money
#8. Because God is not answering the people's prayers as they would wish, Jeremiah says that it is as if God has covered himself with what?
With a hood
With a fog
With a blanket
With a cloud
#9. The fourth poem ends with a warning to one nation in particular, saying that it will also be punished by God. Which nation is Jeremiah referring to?
#10. The last verse in the Book of Lamentations speaks of God's what?
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