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Audio Sermons : By Scripture : Jeremiah

 The Redemptive Judgements of God by David Wilkerson

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Scripture(s): Jeremiah 32  
Description: Out of Jeremiah 32, Wilkerson preaches a message on the coming judgments of God. This is another post 9/11 sermon and Wilkerson again preaches about the warnings to both the nation and the church. We are not to be surprised at what is happening nor are we to be alarmed. Understand the time and understand what it is that we ought to be doing. But also understand that judgment will first come to the house of God.
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 Through The Bible - Jeremiah & Lamentations by Zac Poonen

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Scripture(s): Jeremiah, Lamentations  
Description: Jeremiah is strikingly similar to Jesus as one simple of heart, sensitive to God and others, strong in proclaiming the truth, and steadfast to the end. The message of the prophet cried against superficiality of religious externalism. In Lamentations, Jeremiah sang a funeral song for Jerusalem, a weeping that identified with the people.
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 Jeremiah The Man of Sorrows by J. Vernon McGee

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Scripture(s): Jeremiah  
Description: McGee makes comparison of Jesus’ ministry coward’s Jerusalem with the tragic calling of Jeremiah. He examines three aspects of the sorrow of Jeremiah. First he looks at the prophet’s “sincerity” as characterized by bitter loneliness and unpopularity. Second there is the “significance” of Jeremiah’s sorrow, namely that God would judge Israel’s sin. Thirdly, McGee looks at the solution to Jeremiah’s sorrow; the promise of the coming “Righteous Branch…the Lord our Righteousness.”
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 Fire In My Bones by David Wilkerson

Topic: Calling
Scripture(s): Jeremiah 20:1-3, Jeremiah 20:7-9  
Description: Jeremiah was called of God and knew the call on his life more than any other prophet in the Old Testament. Before he was made in the womb, he was known of God. He was anointed to speak the mind of God. God made him this promise. "I have made you a defensed, impregnable city, against the priests and all the people. They will fight against you, but will not prevail." Then, these amazing words. "Speak, lest I confound you before the people". No man was more sure of his calling, and God called him to speak of destruction and desolation, but if he should doubt, he shall be confounded. I.e. If you trust me you will never be confounded, but if you will doubt your call from Me, I'll confound you before men. This is crucial in today's world. I have been preaching for over 50 years, but still remember the day, time and place where God called me. I have never once doubted that call. If a person cannot say to God, "I'm in your will and your place", then you will be confounded.
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 A Fire In My Bones by David Wilkerson

Topic: Mantle Of God
Scripture(s): Jeremiah 20:1-3, Jeremiah 20:7-9  
Description: March 14, 2004 - What a wonderful thing when God touches a man a puts a call on our lives. When we walk in obedience all the demons of hell can’t stand against us. A fire will burn in us to walk out our calling. God allows twisted situations in our lives of being hurt and misunderstood and we must prevail against our enemies through the faithfulness of Jesus. God understands our pain and He will instill us a faith in that fire that can’t be shaken. Preaching from the book of Jeremiah, Wilkerson preaches on a popular passage of Scripture. Wilkerson puts out a Watchman’s call, giving us that unction to preach the gospel with the proper zeal, understanding the calling of God.
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 Fire In Your Bones (Kwasizabantu) by David Wilkerson

Topic: Calling
Scripture(s): Jeremiah 20:1-3, Jeremiah 20:7-9  
Description: Jeremiah was called of God and knew the call on his life more than any other prophet in the Old Testament. Before he was made in the womb, he was known of God. He was anointed to speak the mind of God. God made him this promise. "I have made you a defensed, impregnable city, against the priests and all the people. They will fight against you, but will not prevail." Then, these amazing words. "Speak, lest I confound you before the people". No man was more sure of his calling, and God called him to speak of destruction and desolation, but if he should doubt, he shall be confounded. I.e. If you trust me you will never be confounded, but if you will doubt your call from Me, I'll confound you before men. This is crucial in today's world. I have been preaching for over 50 years, but still remember the day, time and place where God called me. I have never once doubted that call. If a person cannot say to God, "I'm in your will and your place", then you will be confounded.
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 Dangerous Shepards by Carter Conlon

Topic: Shepards
Scripture(s): Ezekiel 34:1-16,Jeremiah 23:18,John 10  
Description: This message is best described as how to identify dangerous, self-seeking shepherds, as the Bible describes in the scriptures. Where is the recognition of the seriousness and soberness of the high calling of being a shepherd to the sheep of God? Too many take it lightly and the sheep are scattered and wounded as a result, and often destroyed.
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 The Origin of True Preaching by Art Katz

Topic: True Preaching
Scripture(s): Isaiah 1:2, Jeremiah 23:9-10, Isaiah 1:22  
Description: How do we know whether the preached word has its origin in God? A brief commentary from Jeremiah 23 reveals where in fact this word must come from. Art exhorts us to know what that place is and how we enter it—or our speaking will necessarily be false.
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 The Knowledge of God by Art Katz

Topic: Knowledge of God
Scripture(s): Jeremiah 9:24  
Description: The true knowledge of God is everything, and God is known primarily in His covenant relationship to Israel and His acts toward her. Art contends that this knowledge is different from any kind of speculative pondering on the character traits of God.
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 How Far Are You Prepared to Trust God by David Wilkerson

Topic: Trust
Scripture(s): Malachi 1:7-8, Proverbs 3:5-6, Jeremiah 9:24  
Description: Too many misunderstand the freeness of God’s grace and mistakenly think that the cost of following God is therefore free. But when you embark on this journey you will find that either you really trust God or you merely say that you trust God. How far are you willing to go?
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 The Knowledge of God by Paul Washer

Topic: Knowledge Of God
Scripture(s): Jeremiah 9:23-24  
Description: Paul Washer begins this conference address by saying that the most frightening thing he knows is to teach a group of people on the attributes of God. As Jeremiah says, it is “Thus saith THE LORD” - not men - regarding what is essential in life; and what is essential is to know and to understand God. It is what we were created for. This is not a question of holding sound doctrine and orthodox truth. I want more than truth, he pleads; I want the REALITY of those truths in my life; deeply rooted, and springing forth into fruit unto the glory of God. This issue is not about doctrine, it is about the person of God; and in order to grow in sanctification, in zeal, in heart-felt emotion and love, we MUST have this personal knowledge of God; it is the source and motivation for all these things. The purpose of all truth is to bring us to the feet of Christ; and from there to the feet of everyone else, as servants; our boasting will then be not in what we know, but rather in what God is. (26 minutes).
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 The Ministry of Prayer by F.J. Huegel

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Scripture(s): John 11:41-42,Acts 6:4,Jeremiah 33:3  
Description: 'Is it not true that when we bow the knee to call upon the Lord,' says Heugel, ' our capacity for good is multiplied a hundred thousand times?' Heugel believes that intercession is the greatest of all ministries, backing up his assertion with Scripture and example, both historical and personal. He recounted the flame of intercession of the Moravians from which dawned the great movement of worldwide missions and strengthened his position upon great answers to prayer in the lives of Hudson Taylor, C. T. Studd and others. (Part 1: The Laws of Prayer / Part 2: The Ministry of Prayer / Part 3: Great Prayers of History)
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 Invitation To Prayer by Chuck Smith

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Scripture(s): Jeremiah 33:3  
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 Through Jordan by William Booth

Topic: Classic Recordings
Scripture(s): Jeremiah 12:5  
Description: Through Jordan. Recorded by VTM 1910. An address in verse by the late General Booth founder of the Salvation Army. William Booth preaches on one of his favorite verses from the bible. "Making heaven on earth is our business." Christ is a sure help! Hearing these old voices from the past stir our devotion to Christ in the modern day.
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 Why Did The Wicked Prosper? by Chuck Smith

Topic: Wickedness
Scripture(s): Jeremiah 12:1-5  
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 Could We Handle Heavy Persecution? by Ed Hicks

Topic: Persecution
Scripture(s): Jeremiah 12:5  
Description: Could Christians today handle any real persecution? Do we avoid trials? Excellent challenge for all that name the name of Christ. There truly is a time of great testing coming to the Church in the west can we start to learn how to suffer in the small tests first?
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 We've Forgotten How To Blush by David Wilkerson

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Scripture(s): Jeremiah 6:13-15  
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 The Good Way by Chuck Smith

Topic: Gods Way
Scripture(s): Jeremiah 6:15-16  
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 The Old Paths Magazine - Issue 8 by The Old Paths

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Scripture(s): Jeremiah 6:16  
Description: The Old Paths is the official magazine outreach of the sermonindex ministry. Magazines will be released quarterly (issues will be released as time allows and the Spirit leds). The main focus of the periodical is to propagate and promote the message of genuine biblical revival to this generation. This chief aim is expressed through many voices from Christian history. Copies of this periodical can be made for free distribution without permission.
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 The Old-Fashioned Christian Home by Denny Kenaston

Topic: Christian Home
Scripture(s): Jeremiah 6:16  
Description: Jer. 6:16 "Thus saith the Lord, Stand ye in the ways, and see, and ask for the old paths, where is the good way and ye shall find rest for your souls." Exhorts families to strive for the old paths in the midst of a fast-paced, trendy society.
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