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Jeremiah 4: An Imminent Invasion

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Return to Me. “You shall not be moved,” revealed the state in which the nation would find itself after the destruction of Judah.

This would lead to the dispersion of some survivors and in deporting others to Babylon.

By saying “Return to Me,” the Lord makes a touching appeal, showing how painful it was for him to have to apply His discipline and pleads with them to repent.

Those who reject His calling will go through the process of being rebuked, which aims to break their insides until good sense and faith return to them.

Therefore, if you are weak in your faith and in suffering, you must abandon sin and return to the Most Highs. No matter what yo have done, now is the time to return to the Almighty. Enough of “moving.” in search of places and people who can fill the emptiness of your soul listen to the Voice of God, Who tells you “Return to Me!”

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