Jeremiah 29:1-14 Today we conclude our series on Jeremiah – God’s Prophet, God’s Person. We will read Jeremiah’s letter to the exiles trapped in Babylon. After 60 years, what might Jeremiah want to say to the people he has wept over and prayed for all those years? We will be looking at Jeremiah 29:1-14.
Andrew is a co-pastor at Central. Has been pastoring since 1993.
Today we continue our series on Jeremiah – God’s Prophet, God’s Person. Stuck in prison, with Jerusalem surrounded by the Babylonian army, Jeremiah does something really unusual; he buys a field in his home town of Anathoth. Why would he do such a thing when he is unlikely to ever live on it and has […]
Today we continue our journey with Jeremiah. We’ll explore how Jeremiah used two clay pots to demonstrate God’s message to the people of Israel. In one, a pot is formed, in the second, a pot is smashed. Jeremiah 28:1-12 and 29:1-10
Jeremiah 8:28-9:2 Today we continue our journey with Jeremiah. Jeremiah weeps for his people who refuse to listen to his words and reject God’s appeals for them to return to him. But Jeremiah’s words reflect not just his own anguish but the anguish of God. We will be looking at Jeremiah chapter 8.
Jeremiah 1 This week we begin a new series on Jeremiah – God’s Prophet, God’s Person. We will be looking at the life of Jeremiah, one of the great Old Testament prophets and his 60 years of calling the people of Israel back to follow God.