Sermons from January 2015

Soliloquy

Jeremiah was transparent about his feelings of depression and des-peration. Many scholars refer to his private speeches throughout the book as the “confessions of Jeremiah” (found within Chapters 11, 12, 15, 17, 18 and 20). Others call them “soliloquies”. If you are struggling with some things that God is doing in your life, then know…

Lessons From the Anvil

Please take a look at Jeremiah 7:16-29. In it we will move from the grand picture of God’s judgment on the non-listening people of Judah, to applying these dark prophecies to our own lives. I think that we can be encouraged this morning in three separate areas, areas where we all have complete control. No…

Real Agony

For our healing and for the healing of others, let’s agonize over the right issues. What are those things that truly bring agony of an heart? Is it sickness or disease? Maybe a life of agony is the experienced loss, or in our being unappreciated or overlooked? Jeremiah’s great agony was over unconfessed sin, and…

Wounded Healer

Have you ever felt selfish thinking that you wished someone would just take care of you? You have had a tough road; you have been through a lot, and yet everyone wants something from you. Welcome to the life of Jeremiah. He discovered (and so can we) that although we are wounded, we can and…