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. 

“Waffling,” Jeremiah 34