Zedekiah was a waffler. He went back on virtually every promise he made in Scripture. At a moment of great danger, he committed to a course of repentance, going so far as to issue his own emancipation proclamation to the enslaved Jews in Jerusalem. But his repentance was only a farce. During a moment when it seemed that Jerusalem might not be utterly destroyed by Nebuchadnezzar, Zedekiah waffled. His repentance had been false. It was a matter of pragmatism, not conviction. But God takes seriously covenant breaking and false repentance. Listen to “Waffling” as we examine Jeremiah 34 and consider the dangers of false repentance.