Category: Jeremiah

Bearing Fruit in Dry Times
August 8th, 2010

Jeremiah 17:5-8 Throughout church history, whenever there has been persecution of the church, it has been a minority of the church that stood with Jesus. Most of those who call themselves followers of Jesus have denied their faith in order to protect their possessions, jobs and lives. Historically, only a minority of the church stands […]

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Hope for the Deepest Pit
November 25th, 2001

Jeremiah 32 We come to the end, this morning, of our series of sermons on Jeremiah. I approach sermon series with fear and trepidation, I worry that we will not find enough of value to make the series interesting and helpful to us. I worry that it is the wrong place in Scripture for us […]

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Turn or Burn
November 18th, 2001

Jeremiah 36 There was a Christian businesswoman who had to fly quite a bit for her work. But flying made her nervous so she always took her Bible along with her to read and it helped relax her. She was sitting next to a man on one flight who saw her pull out her Bible. […]

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Plans for You
November 4th, 2001

Jeremiah 29 I was not a great letter writer in my youth. Several years ago, my mother gave me a stack of letters I had written from summer camps, my year in Germany and so on. It was a small stack but it was great fun to read those letters. The letters are not long. […]

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Truth in Strength and Weakness
October 28th, 2001

Jeremiah 20:1-18 No one likes to give bad news. Coming home to say that you’ve been given a promotion and a raise is a lot more fun than coming home to say that you’ve been fired from your job. A doctor finds it a lot more pleasant to come to the waiting room and say, […]

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