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Jeremiah, Man of Tears
Jeremiah is called the weeping prophet. God told him to call Israel back to God, but they would not listen. Jeremiah warns the king that Nebuchadnezzar will destroy Israel and take them to Babylon for seventy years. He is thrown into prison, but God brings him out.
A Time for Tears: Jeremiah Speaks Today
In this contemporary message from an ancient prophet, Nancy explains that we are living in desperate times, and challenges believers to respond in repentance and earnest prayer.
Greg Gordon : No Shame At All
Jeremiah has a very strong word for this generation of God’s people hear the cry of this weeping prophet: “thou hadst a whore’s forehead, thou refusedst to be ashamed.” and in another place, “Were they ashamed when they had committed abomination? nay, they were not al all ashamed...
Don’t Creationists Deny the Laws of Nature? - Answers in Genesis
Everything in the universe, every plant and animal, every rock, every particle of matter or light wave, is bound by laws.The Bible tells us that there are laws of nature—“ordinances of heaven and earth” (Jeremiah 33:25). These laws describe the way God normally accomplishes His will in the universe.
Men Who Speak For God?
Isaiah, Jeremiah, Ezekiel... who are these prophets - these men who spoke for God? And is it possible that the message they spoke over 2,000 years ago can have any relevance for us today?