If you had been living in Jerusalem in 586 BC, you would have witnessed the worst tragedy of your life. Nothing could compare to your nation and your city falling apart, but that’s what happened. Lamentations is a short, poetical book that bemoans this terrible event. The “weeping prophet” was at a low point. It seems he’d lost hope. So what does he do? Lamentations 3:21 says, “But this I call to mind, and therefore I have hope.” What follows are three of the most comforting verses in the whole Bible – Lamentations 3:22-24. In times of trouble, Jeremiah offers three great things to remember to have hope! If you are suffering. If you’ve lost hope. If it seems what’s happening in your world doesn’t make sense, what Jeremiah’s message is for you!
By Jason Moon|2021-03-14T08:01:36-05:00January 17th, 2021|Sermons|
About the Author: Jason Moon
Jason Moon is the pulpit preacher at Waterview and loves preaching the Word of God when the church meets together. His favorite kind of preaching is “open Bible” preaching straight from Scripture as he applies the ancient truth to modern, 21st century living. Very often he will lead the congregation in a study of an entire book of the Bible over the course of several weeks or months.