Sin, Punishment, And Promised Restoration

Jeremiah is known as the weeping prophet. God used his personality to show the love of God and the anguish he had toward his own people, who were bent on backsliding and refused to return to their God. This teaching session is from Jeremiah chapters 8 and 31. Because they rejected God’s word, there were severe consequences for it. But, God, according to his unfailing mercy and never ending love, promised them a new covenant. As believers in the Lord Jesus Christ, we enjoy the benefits of this new covenant of blood, mercy, love, and grace even now; though, Israel, as a nation has rejected their Messiah, and must wait until after the Church is raptured for their fulfillment, when they will be grafted in again, into their own olive tree. No wonder Paul cries out in the book of Romans, chapter 11 verse 33: “O the depth of the riches both of the wisdom and knowledge of God! how unsearchable are his judgments, and his ways past finding out!

Sin, Punishment, And Promised Restoration! A Bible teaching session from Jeremiah chapters 8 and 31.