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The Big Idea: Even as Jeremiah was beginning his exile in Egypt, he sent a letter to those who had been exiled to Babylon: “bloom where you are planted” says Jeremiah. God invited the people to “build houses and live in them; plant gardens and eat what they produce.” The people were not to live “on hold” but live fully in the midst of exile. Indeed, the Babylonian exile created the spread of the Jews far and wide as they grew and prospered right where they found themselves. God's plans for them and their own welfare turned out to be a blessing for the communities where Jews and Gentiles lived together.
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