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Jeremiah and Lamentations: From Sorrow to Hope

by Philip Graham Ryken

Series: Preaching the Word (24)

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Ryken applies Jeremiah's words to a contemporary audience, urging us to search out spiritual fractures that may lie beneath the comfortable surface of daily life. Part of the popular Preaching the Word series.

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Let him who has my word speak my word faithfully. -- JEREMIAH 23:29
My joy is gone; grief is upon me;
my heart is sick within me. -- JEREMIAH 8:18
For I know the plans I have for you, declares the Lord,
plans for welfare and not for evil,
to give you a future and a hope. -- JEREMIAH 29:11
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This expositional commentary is dedicated to
the Lord Our Righteousness
in memory of James Montgomery Boice
who inspired a generation of preachers to teach the Bible.
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[A Word to Those Who Preach the Word] There are times when I am preaching that I have especially sensed the pleasure of God.
[Preface] What can be gained from reading and studying Jeremiah?
The Rabbis called him "The Weeping Prophet."
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