Jeremiah 13 – God gives Jeremiah an object lesson on how Judah’s corruption has rendered it unfit to be God’s people. Their pride has caused their downfall, and now God will humble them. Worst of all, they are unable to change this about themselves. So Judah only hope is God’s grace and mercy – unmerited favor and kindness. This they will
Jeremiah 11:18–12:17 – As Jeremiah’s own life is threatened, what’s revealed in his prayer of complaint to God is that the ground of our confidence and obedience is a trust in God for who he is, what he has done, and what he has promised. For more information, visit Foundationfxbg.com.
Jeremiah 11:1-17 – What can we learn about God’s purposes and plans for the redemption of the world when we consider the nature of the Old Covenant, and how should we think about our own salvation in the light of Jesus and the New Covenant? For more information, visit Foundationfxbg.com.
Jeremiah 10 is a stinging and satirical rebuke on the foolishness of following after idols. But the rebuke isn’t just for Judah; it’s for us as well. How do we cast down our idols and return to the worship of the true and living God? Jeremiah gives us guidance. For more information, visit Foundationfxbg.com.
Jeremiah 8:3-9:26 is a lament and example of the fallen nature and character of man’s relationship with God. But seeing and knowing God rightly is the height of wisdom and foundation of our happiness. For more information, visit Foundationfxbg.com.
Jeremiah 7 – What does the temple have to do with the resurrection? Authority. Worship is built on authority. But when that authority is ultimately denied, the blessings of worship are exchanged for the destruction of idolatry. For more information, visit Foundationfxbg.com.
Jeremiah 6 – When Christians ask, “what does God want with me?” it isn’t an attempt to squint at the wind and interpret tea leaves, hoping by some good fortune to stumble upon some secret will for their lives. Instead, when we ask this question, and when our lives are so dispostionally-ordered to inquire upon these things, we do so
Jeremiah 5:1-31 – In another series of God’s confrontations against Judah, we get a clear vision of what sin does to our hearts and what we become when we settle deeper into sin. But can we be so sinful that grace is beyond our reach? We take our lesson from Jeremiah 5. For more information, visit Foundationfxbg.com.
Jeremiah 4:5-31 – As Jeremiah chronicles the vision of Judah’s impending ruin, what can we learn about the nature of God’s judgment and wrath, and is it really possible to escape it? For more information, visit Foundationfxbg.com.
Jeremiah 3:1-4:4 – God provides a way for a rebellious and hard-hearted people to return to him: acknowledge their sin, forsake their idols, and trust in his grace. How do we do this, and what is at stake if we do not? For more information, visit Foundationfxbg.com.
Every Christian desires to “feel close to God” but what does this really mean? And it is possible to think we are close to God when we are, in fact, not? In Jeremiah 2, the Lord charges Israel with the failure to seek him and stay near to him through faith and devotion, though they still claim to know him