Tag Archives: Jeremiah

Carrying out the words of our own mouths — Jeremiah 43-45

Yesterday we watched the Babylonian-appointed governor of Judah get assassinated. The people, in a panic about the expected retribution of Babylon, asked Jeremiah if they should run to Egypt — promising that they would do whatever the LORD said. When … Continue reading

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“Peace, peace,” but there is no peace — Jeremiah 4-6

The book of Jeremiah is amazing! Have you noticed? So much is so relevant to today — scary so. The chapters in today’s reading are so chock full of great passages that there’s a number I had to pass over … Continue reading

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Forgotten days without number — Jeremiah 1-3

Well, today, dear daily Bible readers, we begin reading the prophecies of Jeremiah. One of the things that you’ll notice about prophecy — we’ve noted this briefly before — is that it is not all about the future. Prophets are … Continue reading

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