Jeremiah 31:1-32:44

God promises the exiles in the Babylonian captivity that Jerusalem will be restored and made a blessing in the future. Even now, God is not finished with the nation of Israel!

Jeremiah 29:1-30:24

Because of their sin, the people of Judah were taken into exile for 70 years in Babylon. Here, Jeremiah sends a message to the first exiles saying that if they will settle down and seek the good of Babylon, the Lord will bless them for it and bring them back.

Jeremiah 25:15-28:17

McGee explains Jeremiah's warning that "the cup of the wrath of God is about to be poured out." Despite the warning, the people tried to hush Jeremiah up by threatening him with death.

Jeremiah 22:13-25:14

Jeremiah's preaching was a last-minute warning for the people of Judah to return to God, because at that point judgment was imminent. Yet in Chapter 23, we hear the prophecy about Christ, the Righteous Branch who was to come.

Jeremiah 20:1-22:30

Jeremiah had been unpopular because of his message of repentance and judgment, but now he begins to feel the sting of actual physical persecution at the hands of the priests, those who really should have been the leaders of revival.

Jeremiah 18-19:15

God shows Jeremiah the imagery of the Potter's House. The potter does whatever he wants with the clay on the wheel… and so God has the right to do whatever he wants with his creatures.

Jeremiah 14:4-17:27

Things were going south quickly for old Judah. God had begun punishing the nation with drought, famine, and the prospect of war. Jeremiah found himself feeling very alone and lacked confidence.

Jeremiah 11:6-14:13

Jeremiah faithfully gave God's message, but he raised a question that has been raised many times: "Why do the wicked seem to prosper, while the righteous suffer?"

Jeremiah 9:1-11:23

We see God appealing to a rebellious people through the weeping prophet, Jeremiah. The brokenhearted prophet wondered why his people rejected the God of creation and turned toward gods who could do nothing.

Jeremiah 7:1-9:24

Jeremiah gives warnings against false religion, insincere religion, and of dire punishments for those who persist in their waywardness.

Jeremiah 3:10-6:30

Jeremiah warns the people of ancient Judah that if they did not repent of their sin and return to him, that He would use the swords of their cruel enemies as a punishing rod to correct them.

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