Session 5 - Chapter 8-10 (Jeremiah 8:4-10:25)

Roger Forster, January 7, 2007
Part of the Jeremiah series, preached at a Right Through the Bible service

Roger explains how Jeremiah 8:4-10:25 is held together by three themes that run through the passage. The first theme is to know God and speaks of a people who were meant to turn to Him but have ended up turning away from Him. The second theme is where God and Jeremiah assimilate into one another to the point where it becomes nearly impossible to separate the prophet from God. And here Israel refuses to know God who suffers. The third theme is a definition of who God truly is. (70 mins)

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