The final rebellious kings of Judah, the fall of Jerusalem and the exile of God’s people are all described - with a glimmer of hope given at the end.
Jeremiah continues this collection of prophecies of judgment against Babylon, the empire God would use to bring judgment upon Judah and Jerusalem.
Jeremiah 49-50: Jeremiah continues his prophecies against the nations surrounding Israel, with a special focus on Babylon
In a series of judgments against the nations, Jeremiah prophesies against Egypt, Philistia, and Moab.
Jeremiah speaks to the remnant in Egypt, where the people show the same devotion to idolatry that led to the conquest of Judah and Jerusalem.
God spoke powerfully through Jeremiah to the remnant remaining in the land of Judah after the Babylonian conquest.
David Guzik continues his series through Jeremiah.
Pastor David Guzik conintues our series through Jeremiah.
Jeremiah 34 tells us of the people of Judah who did not keep their promises, and Jeremiah 35 tells us of the Rechabites who did keep their promises.
With Jerusalem under siege from the Babylonian army and Jeremiah in prison, God spoke through a strange real estate transaction and promises of restoration.
David Guzik leads us through the Jeremiah 31.
Pastor David Guzik continues through Jeremiah.
As Israel is carried away to captivity, the result of God's righteous judgment, we find that even in judgment God's hand of grace is still extended out towards Israel.
Jeremiah was tasked with a burdensome message. Yet he stood firm in his obedience to deliver God's message.
Pastor Guzik explores the correlation between figs and cups from Jeremiah 24 & 25.
David Guzik takes us through Jeremiah 23.
Jeremiah's obedience and courage is evident in this study Preaching to Bad Kings.
David Guzik discusses the courage and the crisis of Jeremiah.
Pastor David Continues this second part of a two part message, Bearing the Burden of a Prophet. Join us starting in Jeremiah chapter 17.
Pastor David continues our series in Jeremiah.
After healing a man on the sabbath, Jesus confronts the Jews and reveals His new identity.
In this passage we see Jesus reveal himself to the woman at the well that He is indeed the Christ and the Savior of the world
Jesus is revealed to the woman at the well as the Living Water as He is to everyone who desires to drink of it.
In this passage we see how John the Baptist sets the model for us as believers in that we must decrease as Christ increases.
In one of the most popular passages in the Bible, Jesus confronts Nicodemus on what it means to be Born again",109410476"
Pastor David Guzik opens John 2:13-25 to show us the two-pronged work by Jesus of conversion and cleansing in His miracles, focusing on cleansing the temple.
David Guzik gives us more than just one reason to have Jesus be part of weddings, celebrations and in our lives generally.
Pastor David Guzik talks about the testimony of John the Baptist as well as 3 different witnesses testifying to the identity of Jesus.
David Guzik starts a new series God the Son - Revealed to You through the Gospel of John. From the beginning