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  • The Call Of Jeremiah Series

    Contributed by Brad Beaman on Mar 22, 2023
    based on 1 rating

    Jeremiah’s call was not as outwardly manifested. It was simply the Word of the Lord came to him. For Jeremiah was his destiny that was emphasized. Before he was formed in the womb the Lord had this plan for him

    In history we find those prominent figures who are considered men and women of destiny. In the Bible we find those who are men and women of destiny. We will look at one such man of destiny, the prophet Jeremiah. He was called in a day of crises. The call to serve God is different in many cases, more

  • The Calling Of Jeremiah

    Contributed by Edward Hardee on Oct 25, 2021
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    Jeremiah was called of God at a young age. This message deals with calling and how we are to step into HIs purpose.

    Title: Jeremiah's Calling Theme: Stepping into God's call. Text: Jeremiah 1:1 - Have many of you have ever went swimming in a lake and found yourself walking in the mud? You could feel the mud slide between your toes. The father you walked the deeper you became entrenched. When I more

  • The Patience Of The Prophet Jeremiah ! Series

    Contributed by John Wright on Feb 2, 2010
    based on 4 ratings

    James exhorts New Testatment Christians to observe and follow the example of the prophets, as examples of patience and we will first observe things about Jeremiah, who was treated horrible.

    INTRODUCTION #28 1. Open your bibles to James 5:10. 2. In a previous lesson we discussed three things from James 5:7-9 that exhort Christians to be patient. Exhortation #1, v. 7a&8, We must be patient until the Lord comes! Exhortation #2, v. 7b, We must follow the example of patience more

  • Grace In The Wilderness

    Contributed by Christopher Holdsworth on Nov 28, 2013
    based on 4 ratings

    There is hope for the children of believers, if they will but put their trust in God.

    GRACE IN THE WILDERNESS. Jeremiah 32. The LORD speaks of Israel's time after her deliverance from Egypt as a “time of espousals,” when she was “holiness to the LORD” (Jeremiah 2:2-3). This may seem a little surprising, since we know that the forty years wandering in the wilderness were a more

  • Making Our Complaint To The Lord

    Contributed by Christopher Holdsworth on Jun 17, 2014
    based on 4 ratings

    Rather than moaning to one another, grumbling about our plight, we should go to the LORD, and lay it out before Him.

    MAKING OUR COMPLAINT TO THE LORD. Jeremiah 20:7-13. Jeremiah had been put in the stocks - by the church governor, no less - for having the audacity to speak the Word of the LORD in church (Jeremiah 20:1-2)! Even then, there was no stopping Jeremiah telling it as it is, speaking forth the words more

  • The Study Of Jeremiah, Lamentations Series

    Contributed by Dr. William D. Poovey on Jul 22, 2015

    The Study Of Jeremiah, Lamentations

    The Study Of Jeremiah, Lamentations 2 Timothy 3:16 (KJV) 16 All scripture is given by inspiration of God, and is profitable for doctrine, for reproof, for correction, for instruction in righteousness: The nation of Israel divided in 975 B.C. Jeroboam I led the ten northern tribes to rebel more

  • Jeremiah Series

    Contributed by John Lowe on Apr 9, 2022

    Jeremiah, also called the "weeping prophet,” was one of the major prophets of the Hebrew Bible.

    Jeremiah Lineage and early life Jeremiah was born to a priestly family, the son of Hilkiah, a kohen (Jewish priest) from the small Benjamite village of Anathoth in Judeh. The difficulties he encountered, described in the books of Jeremiah and Lamentations, have prompted scholars to refer to him as more

  • Tears A Sign Of Strength Series

    Contributed by Scott Chambers on Jul 29, 2007
    based on 5 ratings

    A series that looks through the book of Lamentations.

    A well intentioned father told his son, “Big boys don’t cry.” Our culture throughout the years has reinforced the idea that it is not manly to cry. The common belief seems to be that tears are a sign of weakness or worse yet a sign of a lack of faith in God. As a result throughout the years people more

  • Behold The Days Are Coming.

    Contributed by Christopher Holdsworth on Aug 22, 2022
    based on 3 ratings

    The restoration of post-exilic Israel, and the new covenant in Christ.

    BEHOLD THE DAYS ARE COMING. Jeremiah 31:27-34. “Behold, the Days are Coming.” This is a recurring motif in Jeremiah (cf. Jeremiah 23:5; Jeremiah 30:3; Jeremiah 31:27; Jeremiah 31:31; Jeremiah 33:14-15). There is a certainty about it because it is a declaration of the LORD. The time of more

  • Reflection B.11 / Does God Have A Purpose In Coronavirus? / Jeremiah 51:63, Babylon As A Foreshadowing Of An ‘end-Time’ Event

    Contributed by Simon Bartlett on May 11, 2020
    based on 1 rating

    Jeremiah prophesies what will happen to Babylon. But then John - and an angel! - apply that to a future Babylon!

    In 605 B.C. the Babylonians defeated the Assyrians at the Battle of Carchemish. Babylon became the ruler of much of the civilised world. Most of the book of Jeremiah concerns destruction by Babylon. The Babylonian Empire conquered the Kingdom of Judah and destroyed Jerusalem in 587 B.C. But more

  • Almonds Anyone

    Contributed by Paul Newell on Jun 28, 2003
    based on 107 ratings

    A short devotional talk on Jeremiah chapter one. God is always watching and He’s always watching over us.

    Almonds Anyone? Jeremiah Chapter One When I was a kid we had an almond tree in our back yard. I didn’t much care for almonds, they were much too hard to deal with. The walnut and pecan trees on the other hand were great. We could eat the pecans as soon as they fell and the black walnuts made more

  • A Common Call

    Contributed by Christopher Holdsworth on Jan 8, 2016
    based on 11 ratings

    The LORD knew His plans for Jeremiah, and had a particular end in view (Jeremiah 29:11). The same is true for us: both as Christian individuals, and as Church.

    A COMMON CALL. Jeremiah 1:4-10. Throughout history both the Church in general, and churches in particular, have published books of Common Order, Common Worship, and Common Prayer; common lectionaries, common liturgies, and joint statements of faith and mission. This is not necessarily a bad more

  • Babylon- The Price Of Prophecy Series

    Contributed by Shawn Drake on Dec 26, 2022
    based on 1 rating

    This is the 5th Sermon in the Series "Biblical Cities- Babylon".

    Series: Biblical Cities- Babylon [#5] BABYLON- THE PRICE OF PROPHECY Psalm 137:1 Introduction: We are continuing in our study of Babylon. The city is the 2nd on the list of most mentions. Babylon is mentioned 286 times in the Bible. It means “the gate of god(s). Psalm 137:1 Last week, more

  • Jeremiah, The Weeping Prophet Series

    Contributed by Rev. Dr. Andrew B Natarajan on Feb 25, 2024

    Prophet Jeremiah was a powerful prophet chosen by God. He was so chosen even before the foundation of the world and even before formed in the mother’s womb. What about you.

    Theme: Jeremiah, Weeping Prophet Text: Lamentations 3:22-24   Greetings: The Lord is good and his love endures forever.   Introduction: This OT prophet played three roles in the lives of the Israelites. He was a prophet with a concern for his people. He was appointed by God with more

  • An Everlasting Love

    Contributed by Christopher Holdsworth on Jan 2, 2017
    based on 9 ratings

    The LORD has appeared of old to me, saying, Yea, I have loved you with an everlasting love: therefore with loving-kindness have I drawn you (Jeremiah 31:3).

    AN EVERLASTING LOVE. Jeremiah 31:1-6. The book of Jeremiah is mostly, but not exclusively, a book about God’s judgment. The painful ‘rooting out, pulling down, destroying, and throwing down’ spoken of in Jeremiah’s commission was but a purging, to make room for later ‘building and planting’ more