Is Jeremiah 29:11 a promise for us? – Voddie Baucham

Posted: February 26, 2012 in Theology and Doctrine
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I mentioned this verse when I talked about Yo Mama. Please listen to Voddie Baucham explain it in more depth

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  1. michael m says:

    Voddie B’ ? Perhaps primarily Jeremiah 29 may not be a direct ‘promise to us ‘ . They were sent from Jerusalem to the elders , priests and prophets of Israel in captivity . Verse 1 .
    I suppose much could be made of the lesson the words to the captives given by the Lord for Jeremiah to preach for us today .
    The Lord has sent peace by the Cross of our Lord and saviour Jesus Christ and even at His birth ‘ Peace goodwill towrds men ‘ the angels sang . And God is not willing that any should perish but all should come to repentance and faith . His kind thoughts towards those Jews in captivity are not exhausted . (?)

    • saltguys says:

      Thanks for this post.

      Voddie Baucham bangs the nail on the head hear when he deals with the issue of translation.

      Hardship is for Christians. “You therefore must endure hardship as a good soldier of Jesus Christ.” Whw? So that we may gain our eternal reward and follow Christ’s pattern.

      Keep up the posts!

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