33.7 I will restore...
33.8 I will cleanse them from all their guilt against Me... Guilt is not just an emotion, but also a standing before God. God can cleanse of both. And is was against Him not just a general sense of angst.
34.13 I myself made a covenant... Don't mess with Texas and don't trifle with God.
34.14 you must set free... Giving freedom is a greater show of wealth and power that keeping one captive. Being a protector and provider takes more strength and honor than being a preditor, a taker.
35.6 Jonadab, the son of Rechab, out father, commanded us... This is always an inspiration and challenge for me. First, to have counsel worth keeping for generations--to have that kind of insight. Second, having children who think enough of me to follow it. Jonadab was a rich man in the ways that really matter.
35.15 incline your ear... The idea of having, developing a disposition or inclination to listen to and obey God is a key strategy.
35.19 shall never lack a man to stand before Me...
Someone from their family would "stand before" Yahweh forever because they had obeyed their father, Jonadab. "Stand before" usually describes someone who served Yahweh in some special way (cf. 7:10; 15:19; Deut. 4:10; 10:8; 1 Kings 10:8; 17:1; 18:15; 2 Kings 3:14; 2 Chron. 29:11).
However it also describes simple worshippers of Yahweh (7:10; Lev. 9:5; Deut. 4:10). The promise probably pointed to a continuing line rather than to a specific ministry. --Dyer, Charles H. "Jeremiah." In The Bible Knowledge Commentary: Old Testament, p. 1180.
"According to the Mishnah 'the children of Jonadab son of Rechab' had a fixed day in the year for bringing wood for the altar of the temple. Other traditions refer to 'waterdrinking' sacrificers whose descent is traced to Jonadab."--Thompson, John Arthur. The Book of Jeremiah. International Commentary on the Old Testament series. , p. 619. The references in the Mishnah and Talmud are in his footnotes.
"Even today, in Syria and Arabia, there are groups that claim to be Rechabites and that follow the Rechabite rule." --Graybill, John F. "Jeremiah." In The Wycliffe Bible Commentary, p. 681.
2009 Edition Dr. Constable's Notes on Jeremiah
36.7 it may be that ... everyone will turn from their evil way... the focus and objective of God's dealings with His people.
37.17 King Zedekiah sent for him... "Is there any Word from the Lord?" Even though he was in a dungeon because of what God had told him to say, he was still the "go to guy" when they wanted to know what God said.
3.6 confessing their sins... It is interesting to see sins and not "sin" in a general sense.
3.8 bear fruit... Repentance and faith are not abstract invisible concepts unrelated to "shoe leather".