Contributed on Jun 7, 2004
The Bible repeatedly tells us we were created with a purpose. So, why do we have such a hard time believing that?
Contributed on Jun 13, 2004
Why would the Israelites accept stale stagnant water rather than the living water God offered them? Did they just wake up one morning and say "I don’t want to follow God"? Consider these intriguing thoughts.
Contributed on Jun 21, 2004
Why would God tell Israel that their sins had denied them the blessings He wanted to give?
Contributed on Jul 12, 2004
God hates boastfulness. But what so wrong with a little bragging if you’ve got a special talent or ability?
Contributed on Jul 19, 2004
Jeremiah is a book of God’s judgment upon Judah... but Jeremiah’s prophecies seemed to affect only one man - Jeremiah.
Contributed on Jul 26, 2004
God rebukes Jeremiah in this text. Jeremiah is told to "repent." Why?
Contributed on Aug 8, 2004
In the midst of tragedy and the misfortunes of life, it’s hard to remember that God still has a plan for your life... but He does.
Contributed on Aug 16, 2004
God was giving Jeremiah a chance to be a messenger of hope. There was to be a new covenant. But when was this covenant to take effect and who would be part of it?
Contributed on Aug 23, 2004
Why did God tell Jeremiah to "call upon" Him? And just how do I "call upon the name of the Lord?"
Contributed on Aug 30, 2004
This passage contains one of the most tragic but repeated statements in all Scripture: "We will not listen to God..." Why did the Jews say it and how can we avoid the same error in our lives and in our churches?