As we finish our series with Jeremiah, we discover God gives us a promise of hope even when it seems all hope is lost.
As Jeremiah mourns, we are free to express our sorrow and to remember Jesus is the balm in Gilead our Father provides.
Jeremiah confronts us with wasteland sin leaves in its wake. Thankfully, Christ’s meets us to overcome sin as we examine ourselves by his grace.
Jeremiah takes us to the potter’s house to teach us that God can form and reform our hearts and lives if we are willing to put sin behind us.
Jeremiah warns God’s people about trying to use cracked cisterns they dug themselves to hold the water of blessing he wants to give.