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2016 Session 42: Stubborn-Evil Hearts

Dr. Nunnally continues our conversation in Jeremiah, examining God’s counsel to the prophet in chapter 7. The bottom line for the discussion would be to understand God as declaring: “Walk with me in obedience. You are called to obedience. God notices when you aren’t.”

Jeremiah 7:16-27; 11:14; 14:11; Numbers 15; Isaiah 63; 2 Timothy 4:6; Isaiah 1:15; Hebrews 2; Acts 2:39; 2 Peter 3:9

No class November 6, 2016. Homework for November 13, 2016  Read Ezekiel 8.

Loaves & Fishes Ministry for November 13, 2016  Bade, Roe, Sykes, Van Meter

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2015 Session 6: Don’t Pray

In today’s class, Dr. Nunnally reminds us that there are times when God’s Word instructs us “not to pray.” The concept seems alien to the way believers practice their faith, and the discussion takes us back to both Jeremiah and Hosea. The unusual commandment from the Father relates to the narrative found in both books. The betrothal metaphor is also a continuing part of our examination of Jeremiah, where the prophets use the language of marriage to mirror God’s relationship with His people.

Romans 8; Jeremiah 2:2; 7:16; 1 John 5:16; Hosea 2:14,18,19,20; 2:1; 11:1,4; 13:4,5,2; Genesis 19

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