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What Does Jeremiah Mean

Stand for what is right Even if it means standing alone - I wish a good friend of mine would take this to heart...instead she does what is easiest to please her daughter in law and gives up so much of her true self.


What is Repentance? - What Does Repent Mean? | Jeremiah 34:15-16 Devotio...

Let Go and Let God What does it mean to “Let go and let God”?When I hear this phrase, one Bible verse immediately comes to mind. It is Matthew 6:34, which says “Therefore do not worry about tomorrow, for tomorrow will worry about itself. Each day has enough trouble of its own.” Another is Jeremiah 29:11. “For I kno... Read More at Tags: #Bible, #BibleAdvice, #BiblicalAdvice, #Faith, #GodSPlans, #L

"'This cup that is poured out for you is the new covenant in my blood.' (Luke 22:20) What that means is that the new covenant promised most explicitly in Jeremiah 31 and 32 was secured and sealed by the blood of Jesus. The new covenant comes true because Jesus died to establish it. And what does the new covenant secure for all who belong to Christ? Perseverance in faith to the end. Listen to Jeremiah 32:40 'I will make with them an everlasting covenant that I will not turn away from doing…

What did Jeremiah mean by the time of Jacob’s trouble? How does this unequaled time of trouble for Israel’s descendants relate to the Great Tribulation?

Today at 707 house of prayer : Week8 Day1 #JEREMIAH 33:3 What does the lord mean when he says... 'Call I will answer' (Jer29:12 Ps 91:15). Jeremiah as the representative of the people of God is urged by God to pray for that which God has determined to grant; namely the #restoration. God's promises are not to slacken but to quicken the prayers of His people (Ps 132:13 17 ; Isa 62:6 7). #jfbbiblecommentary #bible #freshstart #707word #pray #mondaystudy #biblestudy by nehemiahkulothungan


Answer: Many people struggle with their faith at different times in their lives. Some of the most committed and godly leaders have struggled with doubts, just like everyone else. The very essence of faith is to believe in that which we cannot see (Hebrews 11:1). As physical beings, we tend to put faith in what we experience with our senses. Spiritual realities are not tangible and must be experienced outside our senses. So, when that which is tangible and visible seems overwhelming, doubts…