Category Archives: Jeremiah

Surrendering to the Enemy

Sometimes the priest doesn’t have the corner on the market of God’s voice. We see this with Pashhur, who proves that pride goes before a fall.  The lesson? If we cling to our sin and pride, we’ll find ourselves with … Continue reading

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Pouncing on the Voice of God

Prophets are often damned if they do and damned if they don’t: this is the life of a prophet of God.  Today we see Jeremiah’s friends wait for him to slip so they can pounce on him. Sound familiar? Time … Continue reading

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Listen Up Clay Pot

God was ready to smash Jerusalem like a clay pot so that they would be beyond repair. Why? Because they were stiff-necked and would not listen to the Lord. Are you listening? We have the Spirit guiding us and convicting … Continue reading

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Potter’s Prerogative

We are clay in the Potter’s hand. We desire to be molded into something – someone – amazing. He has started us off on the way we should go and is waiting to see if we will turn from it. … Continue reading

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Time for Sabbath

The practice of Sabbath is key to our wholehearted devotion to God. When was the last time you devoted a block of time to reflect on God’s goodness and grace, his love and compassion, his holiness and righteousness? People who … Continue reading

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New Heart

The human heart is beyond cure through human measures. When we trust in God, though, he gives us new hearts which are aligned with him: God will make you completely new if you surrender your life to Jesus today. Will … Continue reading

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God’s Kindness Our Repentance

Sometimes we show contempt for God’s kindness. As we follow our own evil hearts instead of obeying God, he bears with us to a point, hoping we will repent. We often ignore God’s grace, though, and wait until he disciplines … Continue reading

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