Sermons on Jeremiah
Jeremiah 1:1-19, Mark 4:35-41 We as Christ’s disciples must be trained for life’s battles by learning that we must overcome our fear by increasing our faith and understanding of Christ’s love for us.
Jeremiah 31:3 If you are walking with the Lord from the heart, the Lord loved you before you ever trusted in Him, before you were born, before the world was made, even from all eternity. He has always loved you and He always will.
Jeremiah 17:7-8 We consider how our communion with Christ is in His Holy Spirit, which He purchased for us in His work on earth. He gives us His Spirit to purify our hearts and make us personally holy.
Jeremiah 33:14-21 Writing 600 years before Jesus came, Jeremiah prophesies about One Who would come from the line of David to save His people. We see that: #The One coming would be the Lord #He would also be our Righteousness, our Savior.
Jeremiah 2:1-3 Many of the second generation Israelites saw the Messiah through faith, trusted in Him and were saved. Before the Lord brought this generation into the land, at the time He established the Jewish church, He poured His Spirit out on them.
Jeremiah 29:6 We look at the Biblical role that the parents have in the marriage of their children. We consider how God himself sets us an example in His dealings first with Adam and then with Christ. We move on to look at significant Biblical accounts (of Isaac, Jacob