• Jeremiah the Weeping Prophet Devotional

    Jeremiah 1:1–8

    Jeremiah 1:1–8 has much to say to us theologically. First, that God formed Jeremiah in the womb affirms that human beings are made in the Lord’s image from the earliest stages of development and worthy of protection from conception onward. Jeremiah’s call also helps establish our doctrine of vocation. If the prophet’s calling was established before he was born, surely it is not a stretch to assume that our sovereign Lord has established a calling for all of His people before their births. View Resource

  • Prophets to the Nations Devotional

    Jeremiah 1:4-5

    Ministering prophetically to the state is complex, and sometimes it can be difficult to know exactly how it should be done. However, we can be sure that the church cannot be silent when the state is in gross violation of the Lord’s standards of justice. We do not preach the Word of God only within the four walls of our church buildings but also to the world, including all officials who are called to protect life and property. View Resource

  • The Lord Watches over His Word Devotional

    Jeremiah 1:11–19

    God said to Jeremiah, “They shall not prevail against you, for I am with you, declares the Lord, to deliver you” (Jer. 1:19). This promise was not just for Jeremiah, but it is for all the faithful servants of God. The enemies of the Lord can do their best, but the gates of hell will not prevail against His church (Matt. 16:18). Even if we die as a result of faithfulness to the gospel, we will be vindicated at the last day, and God will save all of His elect by His Word. The Lord will indeed deliver all His … View Resource