Jeremiah and the false prophets

December 17, 2017

JEREMIAH’S LIFE wasn’t easy. His message was so unpopular that he was put in stocks and later imprisoned, and he had to live through two invasions by the Babylonians.

His Word like a fire

December 10, 2017

THE PROPHETS didn’t have easy lives. Today’s study follows Jeremiah through the last years of the kingdom of Judah, and the message God gave the prophet wasn’t popular.

Famine, sword, pestilence, and death

December 3, 2017

JEREMIAH’S PROPHECIES get even darker this week, and God tells him to proclaim famine, destruction, and pestilence for the rebellious kingdom of Judah.

A lair of dragons

November 19, 2017

CONDEMNATION AND promise are the themes of Jeremiah’s prophecy against Judah in this week’s Bible study.

The alarm of war

November 12, 2017

THE HEARTBREAK of Jeremiah at the prophesied destruction of Jerusalem is evident in this week’s reading: My anguish, my anguish! I writhe in pain! Oh the walls of my heart!

On wings of eagles

August 6, 2017

THE SCENE shifts from Isaiah’s prophecies of imminent invasion by Assyria to looking ahead to the Medo-Persian conquest of Babylon. At the heart of it all is God’s plan to restore the fortunes of His people, Israel.

Ezekiel, Melqart, and the fall of Babylon

June 17, 2017

Why did John the Revelator prophesy the destruction of the ships of Babylon when Babylon was nowhere near the ocean?

Here’s a clue from Ezekiel: It’s a coded reference to Mount Hermon, the Watchers, and the sin of the Amorites.

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