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Jeremiah 12: Jeremiah’s Question

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Why does the way of the wicked prosper? Jeremiah’s question resembles questions that other servants of God have asked about the happiness and security of the wicked. Job, David, Asaph, Habakkuk, among others, took their eyes off of the Lord for a few moments and began to notice the seeming prosperity of evil people (Job 21.7, Ps 37; 73; Hab. 1.4.13).

Jeremiah asked the Almighty what the consequences would be for those who not only despised His Law but plotted the death of the righteous.

Giving room to this type of contentious thinking not only disturbs our souls, but deeply weakens faith, Asaph, for example, said that his feet almost strayed from the Truth when he thought this way (Ps. 73.2). The righteous must believe in the incorruptibility of God’s righteousness. That is how they are able to understand for their actions. They should stay focused on their spiritual lives and on the eternal rewards that result from faithfulness and obedience to the Most High

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Exodus 7: Aaron Is Moses’s Spokesman

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The Most High was not unreasonable in hardening Pharaoh’s heart because He was well acquainted with his unwillingness to give in to His will.

The Lord encouraged the king’s harsh and unjust character so that God’s glory might be seen through His powerful signs in Egypt.

Like Pharaoh, people who consciously reel against the Word take a great risk, because God may hand them over to their own destruction. The call to hear the Gospel and be saved should never be disregarded

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Exodus 6: Israel’s Deliverance Assured

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The devil is forced to obey. Satan’s control over those under him is cruel and can only come to an end with the intervention of a Strong Hand. When the Most High determines something, evil cannot resist.(Isa. 43.13).

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Luke 11: The Model Prayer

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Teach us to pray. Jews at an early age learn the Scriptures, Jewish rituals and prayers taught y their parents and elders. However, the disciples realized that in their daily living with the Lord Jesus, His prayers were different from prayers they did.

They observed the LOrd;s daily prayers and saw fervor, devotion, humility, and intimacy with God, so one them asked the Master to teach them to pray.

This humble request drew a surprising response from the Savor. He explained that prayer is not an exact recital of words, much less a method that automatically guarantees answers, but a conversation between son and father.

In other words, prayers to God should not contain eloquent expressions of religious repetitions, but sincere words from the depths of the soul that show thirst to possess and maintain intimacy with the Most High.

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