Category Archives: Jeremiah

Of Nations and Individuals

Finished up in Jeremiah this morning. Continued reading in John. And I’m in wonder at a couple of “folds” in the manifold wisdom of God (Eph. 3:10). Over the final chapters of Jeremiah, God is clearly portrayed as sovereign over … Continue reading

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What’s the Deal with Egypt?

Reading again in Jeremiah this morning, and I don’t get it. What it is about Egypt that made the people turn their backs on God, again! What was it about the world they had been delivered from that drew them, … Continue reading

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The Back, The Face, and The Heart

The more I read the prophets, the more I’m intrigued by the prophets. The more I think I understand what’s going on, the more I think I know of God. And the more I consider the dynamic of Israel’s judgment … Continue reading

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Wholehearted, Authentic Faithfulness

Reading in Jeremiah. And something I know I’ve read multiple times hit me like a ton of bricks this morning. I’ve often heard it said, and I’ve said it as well, that sin is sin. And while it’s true that … Continue reading

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Not Enough Room in the Mirror

This morning I saw the effects of “the pride of Moab” played out in the elite of Jerusalem. Jeremiah 48 records the words of the LORD as they concern the people of Moab. Not very good words. Words of judgment. … Continue reading

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The Lord is a Warrior

I just don’t know that you’re going to find it in a list of the names of Jehovah. Can’t ever recall seeing it among His attributes or included as part of a role of descriptors Scripture uses of His nature. … Continue reading

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Something Else to Glory In

Don’t know why it was on our radar, but it was. Can’t really point to anything in either of our backgrounds that caused us to discuss this early in our married life, but we did. As I recall it, after … Continue reading

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