Tag Archives: Jeremiah

The Prophets’ Story: The Refs Don’t Make The Rules (Sunday’s Sermon Today)

I am a rules guy. As a kid, I was obsessed with ‘right’ versus ‘wrong,’ and saw the world in stark black and white. The older I get, the more I recognize the spectrum of colors ranging from white to … Continue reading

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Sunday’s Sermon Today: The Prophet’s Message (Jeremiah 7:1-11)

Have you ever wondered where “don’t shoot the messenger” comes from? There are references in the writing of Plutarch and Shakespeare that show the habit of rulers killing off those who bring bad news from their enemies, or from the … Continue reading

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Sunday’s Sermon Today: Answer Your Call (Jeremiah 1:4-19)

One of my favorite scenes in a movie ever happens early on in┬áBruce Almighty. Bruce (Jim Carey) has called out God, basically telling God that he could do God’s job better. He’s called God out, and now, God starts calling … Continue reading

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