Jeremiah (Christian Inspirational Fiction Book 2)
It includes a lot of incendiary ideas. I hadn't really thought of Jeremiah as a performance artist. Why do we need art? Because if we're honest the only way that we can approach God is through metaphor, through symbol. Through Run with the Horses I learned about the prophet's work and it really changed me. Commemorative Preface by Eric E. Peterson Preface to the Second Edition 1. Jeremiah 3.
Before 4. I'm Only a Boy! Don't for a Minute Believe the Lies 6. Go to the Potter's House 7. Pashur Whipped Jeremiah 8. This Ever Worsening Wound 9. Twenty-Three Years It's Been The book of Revelation is written both about Jesus and by Jesus. It tells us that He is coming again, how He is coming, and what condition the world will be in when He comes. David Jeremiah gently guides readers through the book of Revelation in his new devotional.
He writes, "There are two primary purposes of the book of Revelation: to describe the triumphant return of the King and to detail the victorious rule over the kingdom. He covers a few verses--a paragraph or two--at a time. Each entry ends in prayer. These are all good things to have in a devotional.
I felt it would have been more appropriate to encourage readers to read this devotional alongside his study Bible once in the introduction or foreword.
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But to include this as part of each and every devotional was a bit tacky, in my opinion. Here David Jeremiah offers some practical advice. Devotionals don't always do practical, which is why it's worth noting here. Restoration begins with remembering Rev. We remember why we gave our hearts to Christ in the first place, and what our relationship with Him was like when we were first saved. To repent means to change our minds and turn to go in the opposite direction.
If we find that we have forsaken our first love, then we make the deliberate choice to change direction and turn back toward Him. We turn our hearts and our minds--and anything else that needs turning, anything else that need re-orienting--back to Him. It's a conscious decision, an act of the will. We do again the things we did at first. Revelation We practice again and again the faithful steps of discipleship that we once took eagerly and voluntarily as new believers. We make a point of reconnecting with Him, rebuilding the relationship the same way lovers and friends do.
We engage in those activities that used to bring us close to Christ and bring us joy. At times, David Jeremiah can be very thought-provoking. Here's one of my favorite insights: In heaven, the Church will experience an intimacy in worship that the angels can't know. It's something only those who have been rescued and redeemed can understand.
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We've been forgiven and set free. I didn't always agree with him, however. He called Revelation 5 through 11 dismal.
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And it seems he views the book as a whole as dark. I have an entirely different reaction to the book. It is one of great joy. The book never fails to awe me. Loved this quote by C. Lewis: "There is no neutral ground in the universe.click
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Every square inch, every split second is claimed by God, and counterclaimed by Satan. Lewis Overall, I would recommend it as a devotional.
But there are better books on Revelation out there. Nov 17, Yibbie rated it really liked it Shelves: apologetics. This would make a wonderful, introductory study to the book of Revelation. Each section discusses only a few verses, but it works through the whole book. While Revelation is about the future, Jeremiah also draws lessons for today from it.
He starts each section with Scripture. Then he teaches us what they mean by using other Bible verses and ends with a short prayer. It was very encouraging.
We get to glimpse the glories of heaven, absolute justice, the hol This would make a wonderful, introductory study to the book of Revelation. We get to glimpse the glories of heaven, absolute justice, the holiness of God, and our own redemption. For we also see Divine wrath, judgment, ultimate depravity, and eternal punishment.
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We are asked to examine ourselves and see how we really stand before God. At the very end, he briefly shares the Gospel so that we too can know Jesus as our Savior. No favorable review was required, and these are my honest opinions.
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Feb 17, Wendy rated it it was amazing. If this doesn't motivate the unbeliever to trust in God and give their life to him, I don't know what would. I loved how easily Dr. Jeremiah explained what is to come for all people on earth. I am again so thankful that I have been washed by his blood and will escape the horrors of what Satan will unleash to those left behind. Everyone needs to read this book. Jan 22, Robbie rated it really liked it. Jeremiah divides Revelations into short, easy to digest and understand chapters.
In each chapter, he begins with several verses from Revelations and explains them in a way that is simple and straight-forward.