And he always had some mighty fine wine.
This might be a good week to start a conversation about Jeremiah 29:10
Tee hee hee.
If there's a Hell, we are on our way!
Ok let's get some real context of what's going on here. First off the sabbath was a bastardized idea of what was the real story. The gods rested after killing off most of mankind it was not originally a rest day for mankind but for the gods. Second the original and true story about the curse of 70 years was put on Babylon by the Assyrian king Sinacarib (misspelled) . Anyway the Bible writers got the first idea wrong or twisted it, so they too did the same with the curse of 70 years on Jerusalem.
if you think I'm just plain wrong look at another example, the story of Moses , born abandoned by his mother , put into a basket covered with pitch and floated down a river. Sargon of Akkad gotten rid of by his mother by her putting him into a basket covered with pitch or whatever they called it and floated down a river. Sargon was real and lived way before the fictional Moses.
The noah story is another twisting or changing of an even older story.
So again if they can twist these older stories why do we think that there was really an actual curse on Jerusalem or its people. No way!