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Rejecting God's Word

God commands Jeremiah to get His words written in a book and read to the leaders of Judah. The roll declares the judgment of God on Judah because of her disobedience. The purpose of the words is to turn the people back to God. What will the people do with the words of God?

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Jeremiah's Prison Ministry

Jeremiah is in prison in Jerusalem. The city is besieged by the Babylonians. According to Jeremiah’s own prophecy, Jerusalem will soon be destroyed and the people of Israel will be taken into captivity. In the midst of this turmoil, the Lord commands Jeremiah to buy a field from his uncle in his hometown of Anathoth. Jeremiah is unlikely to get any benefit from the field, but he is to buy it anyway.

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The Call of Jeremiah

In this chapter, we see the call of Jeremiah. He complains that he is just a child and therefore too young to do such a great work. Jeremiah served as a prophet for the Lord to Judah for over 40 years. He wrote the 52 chapters of Jeremiah and the five chapters of Lamentations.

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The Sufferings of Christ

This chapter is one of the greatest chapters on Christ in the Bible. Of this chapter, the Baptist preacher J. Frank Norris said: “The greatest chapter, the highest mountain peak of the whole Bible. This chapter should be memorized by all.”

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The Vision of Isaiah

Through the cleansing of the Lord, Isaiah is made ready to accept the call to go tell the people of Israel the message of God. As you study this lesson, carefully consider what the Lord has to teach you.

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The Ways of God

This is a psalm of David. David determines to build God a house—the temple. God does not allow David to build the house but passes this honor to David’s son. However, God promises a house—a dynastic reigning line—to David.

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The Word of God

Psalm 119 is the longest psalm and the longest chapter in the Bible. It contains 176 verses. The central theme of this psalm is the word of God. At least 173 of the 176 verses mention the Bible by some title or another.

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The Lovingkindness of Our Lord

This psalm describes the ups and downs of life. Some of our downs are judgment for sin, but some of them are simply part of our lot in life in a fallen world. In this psalm, the Lord consistently comes to the aid of those who cry unto Him.

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Time and Eternity

One of our most precious commodities is time. We struggle with the proper use of time. This psalm begins with the eternity of God, powerfully expresses the brevity of man’s years, and closes with help on how to number our days.

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Joshua Sends Spies to Jericho

The story of Rahab gives a wonderful type and illustration of salvation. Not only is she a Gentile and a woman, but she is also a despised harlot (prostitute).

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Proverbs 17:14

The beginning of strife is as when one letteth out water: therefore leave off contention, before it be meddled with.
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