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Morning Light – Jeremiah 27

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Morning Light – Jeremiah 27

Today: [Jeremiah 27] Giving into the Inevitable. In this chapter, Jeremiah is instructed to tell the king of Judah to surrender to Babylon. There is a point that fighting against the inevitable is not a faith proposition, but merely pride. I remember a father who lost a son to his own pride. He stood over the casket in front of hundreds of mourners, shaking his fist in God’s face, demanding his son back. It wasn’t faith, it was pride. He ultimately lost his wife to divorce and his children as well. Sometimes you have to face things and just humble … (click link or title to continue)

Morning Light – Jeremiah 26

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Morning Light – Jeremiah 26

Today: [Jeremiah 26] Consequences of Rejecting the Prophets. In chapter 26 of Jeremiah the prophet is told to enter the temple, and stand to prophesy in the outer court. The word given was one of God’s rejection of the nation because they scorned his words and scorned the prophets. Does the church you attend embrace the ministry of the prophet? Or do they at best tolerate the prophets with a thinly veiled skepticism. Jeremiah speaks to this and to the consequences of marginalizing the vessels of God sent into our midst in the form of the office of the prophet. … (click link or title to continue)

The Father Says Today: May 23rd, 2017

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The Father Says Today: May 23rd, 2017

The Father says today, that the spirit of understanding is enlightening you today. You have struggled with not knowing and not understanding but I say to your eyes “be opened today” and to your ears “hear the wisdom of the just”. You have asked for wisdom and wisdom is yours. Your understanding is no more darkened. I am pouring the light of My truth on the inside of you. I am causing you to know what you need to know to get out of the stuck place. No more will you be condemned to merely waiting and watching. No more … (click link or title to continue)

Morning Light – Jeremiah 25

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Morning Light – Jeremiah 25

Today: [Jeremiah 25] The Intolerance of God. In this chapter Jeremiah is called to preach to a puppet king installed by the Pharaoh of Egypt. The time of God’s tolerance of the idolatries of the people and the nation are drawing to a close. The consequences of sin are about to be visited upon Jerusalem and all the nations of the fertile crescent. God’s spirit will not always strive with man and it is a sobering warning for our own lives to live in willing contrition before God in any area He puts His finger on. Streaming live daily at: … (click link or title to continue)

Morning Light – Jeremiah 24

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Morning Light – Jeremiah 24

Today: [Jeremiah 24] You are a Basket-Case! In chapter 24 of Jeremiah the prophet is shown 2 baskets of figs. One basket represents those who humbled themselves to God, the other basket portrayed those who resisted the consequences of their own willful decisions. Did you know you are a basket-case? The question is which basket are you? Streaming live daily at: http://bit.ly/2luPMYU [Jer 24:1-10 KJV] 1 The LORD shewed me, and, behold, two baskets of figs [were] set before the temple of the LORD, after that Nebuchadrezzar king of Babylon had carried away captive Jeconiah the son of Jehoiakim king … (click link or title to continue)

Morning Light – Jeremiah 23

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Morning Light – Jeremiah 23

Morning Light – Jeremiah 23 Today: [Jeremiah 23] Corrupt Pastors and Errant Prophets. In Jeremiah 23 the prophet excoriates the pastors and prophets who have failed God and failed the people. When is the last time your pastor visited you? Does he even know your name? What of the prophet? Did the last prophecy you received tell you how wonderful you are without any call to change, or greater service in the kingdom? Jeremiah speaks to both of these outrages, and the judgment of God against them. Streaming live daily at: http://bit.ly/2luPMYU [Jer 23:1-40 KJV] 1 Woe be unto the … (click link or title to continue)

Morning Light –  May 17th, 2017 – Jeremiah 22:  What Cost the Neglect of the Poor?

Morning Light – Jeremiah 22 Today: [Jeremiah 22] What Cost the Neglect of the Poor? In verse 22 of Jeremiah the prophet emphasizes the mistreatment of the poor as one of the primary reasons that the kings of the line of David at the fall of Judah would be extinguished. How important is it for us to take care of and be a blessing to those who are struggling? In the words of Jeremiah, it meant the difference between personal survival and destruction, to remember the poor and refuse to oppress those less fortunate. Streaming live daily at: http://bit.ly/2luPMYU [Jer … (click link or title to continue)

Morning Light –  May 16th, 2017 – Jeremiah 21:  When Enough is Enough

Morning Light – Jeremiah 21 Today: [Jeremiah 21] When Enough is Enough. In this chapter, God speaks through the prophet Jeremiah that He will set Himself to destroy the city of Jerusalem. Even further the Father promises to pour out His fury on the line of David and king Zedekiah himself. Is this just? In spite of the problems in the nation of Judah why is God moving against the city of Jerusalem to destroy it? Could this happen to your city or to you yourself? Or is this just “Old Testament” and not applicable in our day? Streaming live … (click link or title to continue)

Morning Light – May 15th, 2017 – Jeremiah 20: Jeremiah Suffers Torture

Morning Light – Jeremiah 20 Today: [Jeremiah 20] Jeremiah Suffers Torture. Have you ever been tortured? Maybe not physically but mentally or emotionally? When undergoing great stress we find out what is in us. In this chapter Jeremiah comes to the end of himself and calls God a deceiver. He has been beaten and humiliated by a high ranking priest. His friends are looking the other way. His heart is torn and his mind is stressed to the breaking point. Have you been through this? We can learn from Jeremiah many lessons about how to (and how not to) conduct … (click link or title to continue)