The Word of God gives us many examples of what we should and should not do. There are two examples of this in today’s reading.
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During the Babylonian siege of Jerusalem, the Lord told Jeremiah that he was to make a puzzling purchase: He was to buy a field in his hometown.
In the days of Jeremiah, God brought the nation of Babylon against Judah, just as He had done with Israel at the hand of the Assyrians. There were two groups of people at this time.
The Lord gave the prophet Jeremiah an unusual Word during the time that King Nebuchadnezzar and the armies of Babylon were overrunning Judah.
Godlessness has a price. For all who deny the Lord God through His Son, Jesus Christ, judgment will come upon them swiftly and disastrously.
Timidity seems to be the order of the day in many churches. Government dictates have caused many places of worship to close down or greatly curtail their services.
One of the most shocking things to come out of the vaccine dispute is the results of various investigations as to what is actually in the jabs.
For several months, I’ve been attending our local school board meetings. This is what has occurred.
There is a way of blessing and a way of cursing. What we do in life will reflect this reality.
When a particular individual is singled out for his wickedness in the Bible, you can be assured that the things he did were over and above God’s threshold for tolerance.