Saturday, June 18, 2022

#22MinuteChallenge | Bible Project Reading Plan | Day 169 | The Prophets of the Exile | Jeremiah 4-6, Psalm 14

#22MinuteChallenge | Bible Project Reading Plan

Day 169 | The Prophets of the Exile

Jeremiah 4-6, Psalm 14

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  1. This is what the Lord says to the people of Judah and to Jerusalem: Plow your unplowed fields, and don’t plant among thorns.
    Jeremiah 4:3 GW

  2. The earth will mourn, and the sky will grow black. I have spoken, and I have planned it. I won’t change my plans, and I won’t turn back.
    Jeremiah 4:28 GW

  3. Walk around the streets of Jerusalem. Look around, and think about these things. Search the city squares. See if you can find anyone who does what is right and seeks the truth. Then I will forgive Jerusalem.
    Jeremiah 5:1 GW

  4. Let me go to important people and speak to them. They know the way of the Lord and the justice that God demands.” But they, too, had broken off their yokes and torn off their chains.
    Jeremiah 5:5 GW

  5. This is what the Lord God of Armies says: Because you’ve talked like this, I’m going to put my words in your mouth like a fire. These people will be like wood. My words will burn them up.
    Jeremiah 5:14 GW

  6. Don’t you fear me?” asks the Lord. “Don’t you tremble in my presence? I made the sand a boundary for the sea, a permanent barrier that it cannot cross. Although the waves toss continuously, they can’t break through. Although they roar, they can’t cross it.
    Jeremiah 5:22 GW

  7. They treat my people’s wounds as though they were not serious, saying, ‘Everything is alright! Everything is alright!’ But it’s not alright.
    Jeremiah 6:14 GW

  8. This is what the Lord says: Stand at the crossroads and look. Ask which paths are the old, reliable paths. Ask which way leads to blessings. Live that way, and find a resting place for yourselves. But you said that you wouldn’t live that way.
    Jeremiah 6:16 GW

  9. Listen, earth! I’m going to bring disaster on these people. It is the result of their own plots, because they won’t pay attention to my words. They reject my teachings.
    Jeremiah 6:19 GW

  10. Don’t go into the field or walk on the road. The enemy has a sword. Terror is all around.
    Jeremiah 6:25 GW

  11. “Jeremiah, I have put you in charge of testing and refining my people. You will know how to test their ways.
    Jeremiah 6:27 GW

  12. There they are—panic-stricken because God is with the person who is righteous.
    Psalms 14:5 GW