by Stuart Briscoe

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NOTE: This sermon is part 3, 4 and 5 of a 5 part sermon series. Three sermons outlines are included in this download.


Part 3: The Potter's House
Series: Truth For Troubled Times
Stuart Briscoe
Jeremiah 18-20

In 609 B.C., when the Assyrian regime collapsed, Josiah was killed and his reforms ended, the people of Judah felt they could relax and get on with living the way they wanted to. But they had one problem-Jeremiah! He stayed "on message." Dramatically.

I. The Potter: An Illustration. 18:1-4

A. The potter working at the wheel.

B. The marred clay in his hands.

C. The decision to remake what he wished.

II. The Point: An Application. 18:5-17


Part 4: A Letter to Souls in Exile
Series: Truth For Troubled Times
Stuart Briscoe
Jeremiah 29:1-14

The final days leading to Judah's collapse and Jerusalem's destruction were busy times for Jeremiah. He ministered tirelessly, under siege and under duress, both to those in danger in Jerusalem and those in exile in Babylon.

I. A Ministry to Souls in Danger.

A. Jeremiah's challenging temple message. 26:1-6
1. An outward show of religion: "the temple of the Lord." 7:1-4

2. A contradictory lifestyle: "we are safe!" 7:5-11

3. A dire warning: "I will thrust you from my presence." 7:12-15

B. Jeremiah is challenged by his audience.

Part 5: A Brighter Day Tomorrow
Series: Truth For Troubled Times
Stuart Briscoe
Jeremiah 31:1-32:44

Jerusalem was finally under siege, famine and plague were rampant, and Jeremiah was imprisoned in the courtyard of the guard. In such dire circumstances, the Lord spoke to Jeremiah. And what an incredible message it was! He promised a brighter day tomorrow.

I. Jeremiah Signs a Contract.

A. Jeremiah faces his accusers.
Accused of:
1. Desertion. 37:4-16

2. Discouragement. 38:1-13

3. Disloyalty. 32:1-5
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