Albert camus the adulterous woman
- Jeremiah 1:5 Today it's common for expectant parents to proudly show family and friends the sonogram images of their unborn child.
Although the grainy images can sometimes be hard to decipher, there's rarely any problem decoding the excitement on the faces of the parents!
Jeremiah In August 2006, Japan’s Chrysanthemum Throne celebrated the birth of its first male heir in forty years.
This young boy is the designated heir to the imperial throne, only third in line after his uncle and father.
It is not clear how old Jeremiah was, but it didn’t matter to God. Instead, the Lord provided what Jeremiah would need to succeed: His enablement (v.7), His presence (v.8), and the words to speak (v.9). —Sper God's strength always accompanies God's call.
He felt inexperienced and unprepared, but God resounded with reassurance. God promised His presence (Jeremiah 1:8, 19); He gave Jeremiah words to say (Jeremiah 1:9); and He strengthened him like a fortified city (Jeremiah ).
I would rather have been nibbled to death by ducks than to stand in front of a bunch of reluctant 17-year-olds just daring me to teach them grammar. That should take care of those feelings of inadequacy.
As frightening as those kinds of feelings are, we must never mistake them for reasons to avoid the direction God has for us in life. God had prepared him to be “a prophet to the nations” (Jer. Yet when he heard of God’s plans, he immediately objected, “I cannot speak, for I am a youth” (v.6). God has a plan for each of us He wants us to fulfill; And He'll provide the strength we need To carry out His will.
This is the message Jeremiah must deliver, and one of the recurring motifs of the book.
Second, however, we see the promise of God to Jeremiah.
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Jeremiah 1:1–19 THE PROPHET'S CALL I am watching to see that my word is fulfilled. God does not give up on His people, even in their disobedience.