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A Letter to Souls in Exile

Stuart Briscoe

Jeremiah never wanted to be a prophet. It broke his heart and endlessly frustrated him that the people of Judah would not heed his warnings of impending judgment. Even more heartbreaking for Jeremiah was living to see all that he warned about come to pass.

But even as Judah is overtaken, we see that Jeremiah's work is not yet done as he moves from a message of warning to a message of encouragement. But is it even possible to encourage a people who didn't trust God in the first place to now trust Him during troubled times?

Scripture: Jeremiah 29:1-29:14

A Letter to Souls in Exile
  • A Letter to Souls in Exile

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