Jeremiah says do not worship idols, and Paul says do not worship money. Godliness with contentment is true riches.
Jeremiah reminds us that God wants holiness! And obedience! Paul gives us wisdom on church leadership.
Jeremiah warns Israel of judgement for their sins. It could easily apply to America as well. Paul warns against false teachers, the tells how to be a good servant of the Lord.
Jeremiah tells us, we are what we worship! Paul tells us the requirements for church leaders.
A powerful, heartfelt prayer for America and the West. Lord, in your mercy, revive us.
God says if a man does not work, then he should not eat.
Isaiah says that foreigners will join Israel in the future! That means us Gentiles! Also, no pre-trib rapture?
Isaiah talks about how God’s suffering servant has paid for the sins of Jerusalem and anyone who is thirsty. Jesus is so good. And more encouragement from Paul. Let’s hang in there!
Isaiah reminds us that God is going to set all wrongs right when he returns. Paul encourages us to keep our joy in spite of suffering – it’s a powerful testimony. Let’s not let our hearts get hard, but instead stay tender and loving to God and our neighbor.
Hezekiah learns an important lesson about humility. Isaiah reminds us to wait on God…because he is our strength. Finally, the apostle Paul tells us to always let our speech be gracious and attractive.