We have been looking at God’s response to Jeremiah as he asks, why do the wicked prosper?” Jeremiah 12 1-5 “You are always righteous, Lord, when I bring a case before you. Yet I would speak with you about your justice: Why does the way of the wicked prosper? Why do all the faithless live […]
Judeo-Christian Teaching Moments
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In part 5, we saw that God tells us to be dressed ready for service and to keep our lamps burning. To do this, we must pray without ceasing, always in His Word, fighting the good fight—for our fight is a spiritual fight. Let’s look at how a lifestyle in Messiah is all about the armor.
Over the last several months we have been looking at each of the seven seals as we look at God’s response to Jeremiah. This month we will look at the sixth and seventh seal.
We have been doing a series on running with the horses. We will continue by looking at the fifth seal and what it says about persecution and martyrdom.
We want to continue looking at God’s response to Jeremiah in Jeremiah 12:5 and how it relates to us, looking at the 3rd and 4th horse of Revelation.
In Part 1, we looked at God’s response to Jeremiah when He was discouraged about the wicked who prosper. In Part 2 we are going to continue looking at these horses.
So many times we bring our anxieties and concerns before God because we live in a time of uncertainty. We see Jeremiah coming before God with a question that has been echoed all through time: “Why does the way of the wicked prosper?” We want to look at God’s response and how it pertains to us today.
As believers, we are always talking about salvation, but what exactly is salvation? We want to take a closer look into this word and its meaning.
As believers we like to quote Ephesians 3:12. But we forget sometimes whose presence we are entering into. We forget that God is holy and we also need to be holy, and to be holy we must have a reverence and a fear of the Lord.
There is a famous poem written by Robert Frost that we want to look at in part. This poem reminds me of a passage of Scripture in Luke 10.