Notes: March 11, 2009 – Jeremiah 18 & 19

Do you pretend to be God?

Jeremiah 18

  • v 1-6. Can God do as He will with you? Do you submit to the sovereign God? Is He the Potter that molds you, the clay?
  • v 7-10. If we confess our sins, He is faithful and just to forgive us our sins and to cleanse us from all unrighteousness.
  • v 11-15. At times, the professing people of God commit sin that the openly unsaved wouldn’t even mention.
  • v 18-23. When men reject God, the reject God’s word, and they reject God’s messenger.

Jeremiah 19

  • v 1. A visual aid to the prophecy.
  • v 2. Open air evangelism.
  • v 3. Preaching without respect of person, without pulling punches to preserve one’s dignity or favor with men.
  • v 4. You cannot please God by mixing other religions with His.
  • v 7. God is able to confound the so-called wisdom of wise men.
  • v 9. Cannibalism is a curse.
  • v 10. A noisy sermon illustration.
  • v 11. Some broken pieces will never be put together again.
  • v 15. If we harden our necks and refuse to heed God’s word, we, too, will be judged for our sin.