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    Jeremiah 1:4-10

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    Jeremiah 1:4-10

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    Jeremiah 1:4-10

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  • Jeremiah (Part 1) Media Resource by

    Jeremiah 1:4-10

    What would cause a man who doesn’t want to be a prophet, to be a prophet? Continuing this series entitled “Great Men to Live By,” Dr. Sproul discusses the call of Jeremiah and the message God wanted to speak through him. View Resource

  • Herald of Covenant Promises Media Resource by

    Jeremiah 1:5

    The prophet Jeremiah began his ministry during the reforms of King Josiah. He witnessed the short-lived reforms in Judah and prophesied of a coming exile at the hands of the Babylonians. The prophecies and laments about this historic event are contained the books of Jeremiah and Lamentations. In this lesson, Dr. Lawson examines these books to direct our attention to the promises of God during one of the most calamitous times in the history of Israel. View Resource

  • Guilty Conscience Media Resource by

    Jeremiah 3:1-3

    All of us have felt the weight of a guilty conscience. In fact, we feel that weight in lesser or greater degrees throughout our day. How do you deal with a guilty conscience? Dr. Sproul helps us understand the need for true forgiveness as a means for a clean conscience, as he looks at the only remedy for “A Guilty Conscience.” View Resource

  • Jeremiah’s Temple Speech Media Resource by

    Jeremiah 7:1-14

    Just because a church is a church does not mean that it’s a church. Confused? Dr. Sproul helps us understand this as he looks at Jeremiah chapter seven and discusses “Jeremiah’s Temple Speech.” View Resource

  • A Time for Confidence Media Resource by

    Jeremiah 9:23-24

    History has demonstrated that there is nothing new under the sun. In this lesson, Dr. Nichols pulls from the history of the church to sketch models of godly confidence for us to follow through the cultural confusion of our own day. View Resource

  • Biblical Contentment Media Resource by

    Jeremiah 17:7-8

    Contentment is not a new longing. It has been desired and written about throughout history. Time and again, Scripture encourages believers to take heart through their circumstances and find contentment in the Lord. But what are the qualities of such a contentment and why is contentment important for believers today? In this lesson, Melissa Kruger explores what true contentment is and why it is important for us to study the topic of biblical contentment. View Resource

  • Jeremiah (Part 2) Media Resource by

    Jeremiah 23:1-6

    Jeremiah was called by God to deal with the religious leaders of his day. He didn’t rank high in the popularity polls, and the more he preached, the more unpopular he became. What would Jeremiah say to the New Testament church today? How would his words be received by modern evangelical ears? In this message, Dr. Sproul continues to look at the life of the prophet Jeremiah and his message for us today. View Resource

  • The God Who Is Everywhere Media Resource by

    Jeremiah 23:21-24

    We experience our limitations when we want to be in two different places at the same time. Wherever you are, you certainly can’t be everywhere. But God can. This is one of the great affirmations of Scripture. But how do we understand the omnipresence of God? Considering this thought in this message, Dr. Sproul shows that there is more to this than we might think. View Resource

  • What Is Truth? Media Resource by

    Jeremiah 23:28-32

    Truth seems to be a rare commodity these days in the marketplace of ideas. But we aren’t the only ones in history who have seen truth under attack. The prophet Jeremiah faced opposition when he tried to proclaim truth to a generation of people who had no place for it. In this series simply entitled Truth, Dr. Sproul begins by helping us understand the truth about truth. View Resource

  • God’s Promise to Jeremiah Media Resource by

    Jeremiah 31:31-33

    Born in Bethlehem was not only the new-born King, but the new-born Mediator—the One who ushered in the promises and gifts that flow from the New Covenant. But when exactly did the New Covenant begin? What are the differences between the Old and the New Covenant? Has the Old Covenant been done away with? Was there anything wrong with it? What are the benefits of the New Covenant and who receives them? Dr. Sproul answers these questions in this message as he explains the benefits of the New Covenant, who receives them, and when the New Covenant community began. View Resource

  • The New Covenant (Part 1) Media Resource by

    Jeremiah 31:31-34

    What makes the New Covenant different from the other covenants? How does that term “new” apply to the New Covenant? In this message, Dr. Sproul teaches us about the relationship the New Covenant has to all the others that have preceded it, and when it began. View Resource