Is Joaquin God’s not-so-gentle reminder of this?

Serve Him in the Waiting

Joaquín [xoaˈkin] or Joaquin is the Spanish language version of Joachim. It is a male name which finds its origin in Hebrew and literally means “lifted by Yahweh”. Jojakim (originally Eljakim) was a king of Judah in the Old Testament. – Wikipedia.

Jehoiachin Reigned in Judah Three Months and had a Lifestyle of Depravity

Jehoiachin was King David’s grandson, and the son of Solomon according to 1 Chronicles chapter 3. He is also called Jeconiah and in Jeremiah 22 he is called Coniah, the Ja (for Jehovah) being cut off, symbolic of the departure of Jehovah, and of the fact that he, himself would be cut off when he was carried away to Babylon.

Jeremiah 20:4

 “I will give all Judah into the hand of the king of Babylon, and he shall carry them captive to Babylon and slay them with the sword. Moreover I will deliver all the…

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