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Sermons on Jeremiah
Following God’s judgment of the “great” nation of Babylon, now comes its utter devastation. As a result, the Jewish exiles being help in oppression in Babylon will be able to return to their homeland, both forgiven and redeemed.
Last week, we looked at four declarations of God's plan of redemption, this week we are going to see how no one can compare the Great and Mighty God.
In Jeremiah 50, we see how God will finally bring judgment on Babylon and that Judah will be able to return to their own land, completely forgiven and redeemed. All of Israel and Judah can put their hope and faith in God, because God will accomplish what He says He is going to do.
God is always at work around us, in all nations, among all peoples, within every community and every single person. In Christ we are invited to join Him in His work.
We live in a callous culture, where people are willing to defiantly cross any line, speak disrespectfully of any authority. Words have the power to not only distort, deceive and wound, but also to sway an entire culture. Christians need God's protection from lies, slander and deception.