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  • The Lord, The Avenger

    Contributed by William R. Nabaza on Jul 31, 2014
    based on 1 rating
     | 5,776 views

    To show that we need to cast all our cares upon JESUS, for He cares for us and will take care even our enemies for us by taking vengeance on them.

    I. EXORDIUM: Do you take vengeance on your enemies? II. AUDIENCE PROFILE: Believers III. OBJECTIVES: To show that we need to cast all our cares upon JESUS, for He cares for us and will take care even our enemies for us by taking vengeance on them. IV. TEXT: Jeremiah 11:20 ...read more

  • Opposing The Opposition

    Contributed by Mark Aarssen on Sep 21, 2015
     | 5,103 views

    These are hard times for the churches across North America. We have the greatest message the world could ever hope to hear but people shut their ears and hearts to it. So what are we to do?

    Opposing the opposition - Jeremiah 11:18-20 This week I was drawn to the book of Jeremiah. God called him to a difficult task at a difficult time. Jeremiah was calling out to the people of God but they wanted none of it. In fact they had enough of Jeremiah and planned to kill him ...read more

  • A Test Of Our Hearts And Minds

    Contributed by Dustin T Parker on Dec 27, 2009
     | 3,158 views

    What is the real test of our faith?

    Concordia Lutheran Church Pentecost 16, September 20 2009 , “A Test of our Hearts and Minds” Jeremiah 11:18-20 † IN THE NAME OF JESUS † May you be full of joy, my brothers, when you undergo tests of every sort; 3 Because you have the knowledge that the testing of your faith gives you the ...read more

  • An Unaccepted Message Series

    Contributed by Kevin Ruffcorn on Sep 21, 2009
    based on 4 ratings
     | 4,004 views

    The people who lived at the time of Jeremiah could not accept his message. Many people who heard Jesus preach could not accept his words. Today people, including ourselves, find it difficult to believe in a god of steadfast and overwhelming love.

    Jeremiah 11:18-20 “An Unaccepted Message” INTRODUCTION One of the most challenging jobs, or callings, is that of a prophet of change. Certainly, the Old Testament prophets, like Jeremiah, realized the enormity and difficulty of their task. Jeremiah lived in the seventh century B.C., and ...read more

  • Nobody Ever Spoke Like This Man Series

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Mar 27, 2020
     | 1,660 views

    The viral pandemic is forcing us back into our homes, our families, so that we can give voice and action to our repentance.

    Saturday of the Fourth Week in Lent 2020 “No Man Ever Spoke Like This Man” As I write these lines, our nation and the world is continuing in the grip of a health crisis that is unparalleled since the pandemic of 1918 and the year following, which was a flu that killed 50 million human beings ...read more

  • God's Dysfunctional Family

    Contributed by Matt Hoffmann on Sep 16, 2009
    based on 10 ratings
     | 14,945 views

    God has love for his Dysfunctional Family. God shows his love for us by dying for this family and restoring us and reconciling us to Him.

    Sermon 092009 Jeremiah 11:18-20; Mark 9:30-37 Dysfunctional Families. There are so many different ideas, emotions, memories, that come to mind when we hear these words. People tell me about growing up in homes where they knew they would move away as soon as they had an opportunity. ...read more

  • O Lord, Stop All Those Who Oppose The Truth

    Contributed by Gregg Bitter on Sep 27, 2009
    based on 4 ratings
     | 4,752 views

    Jeremiah turned to the Lord when his fellow people plotted against God’s truth. What are we to pray when God’s truth comes under attack? Parts: A. They work against God’s truth from within. B. Retribution belongs to the Lord.

    Text: Jeremiah 11:18-20 Theme: O Lord, Stop All Those Who Oppose the Truth A. They work against God’s truth from within B. Retribution belongs to the Lord Season: Pentecost 18b Date: September 27, 2009 Web page: ...read more

  • We Worship The Son Of God

    Contributed by William Baeta on Dec 1, 2000
    based on 60 ratings
     | 2,882 views

    Jesus deserves our worship

    Theme: We worship the Son of God Text: Jer. 11:18-20; James 3:16-4:3; Mk. 9:32-37 A few weeks ago the press carried a news item that another European parliament had approved a bill giving homosexual marriages the same legal status as heterosexual marriages. They have even gone further ...read more

  • The Complaint Of Jeremiah.

    Contributed by Christopher Holdsworth on Sep 3, 2021
    based on 3 ratings
     | 184 views

    I was like a lamb, led to the slaughter.

    THE COMPLAINT OF JEREMIAH. Jeremiah 11:18-20. The last of the ‘good’ kings of Judah was Josiah, whose name means ‘he will be sustained of the LORD’ (2 Chronicles 34:2). Long story short, having purged the land of idols, Josiah sent men to repair the Temple (2 Chronicles 34:8), and they found ...read more

  • Consider Jeremiah's Character

    Contributed by Timm Meyer on Sep 25, 2002
    based on 34 ratings
     | 7,616 views

    Pentecost 18(B) - SEPTEMBER 22, 2002 - Believers consider Jeremiah’s character of obedience in service and humility in obedience.