Category Archives: Jeremiah

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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If I Knew . . . I Still Would

Kind of interesting how observations from two completely unrelated passages can come together to get the mind churning. Something I read this morning from a preacher and then a reminder concerning a prophet came together and started me thinking. Noodling … Continue reading

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What Is It About Egypt?

It’s true . . . denial ain’t just a river in Egypt. I’m reading in Jeremiah this morning and a bit astounded at the story that plays out in Judah immediately after the destruction of Jerusalem and the exile of … Continue reading

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Radiant!

Jeremiah declared there would be a day of dancing in Israel. Mourning would be turned into joy. Sorrow would be exchanged for gladness. They would feast in abundance and the people would be satisfied with God’s goodness. For the God … Continue reading

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Promises, Plans, Places, and Prayer

Hovering this morning over a well known portion of Scripture in Jeremiah 29. A portion of ancient writ that I know was not written specifically TO me . . . but that the Spirit bears witness was written FOR me. … Continue reading

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