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Thoughts: The Lord told Jeremiah to go to the potter’s house, and Jeremiah went.
It would be understandable if Jeremiah had asked questions.
What’s his address?
Shall I tell him the Lord sent me?
What am I supposed to see?
What do you want me to do?
What’s the purpose of all this, anyway?
Usually, Jeremiah had a great deal to say. His book has 52 chapters – the third longest book in the Bible – and he followed this with five chapters of aptly named Lamentations, which ends with one of the saddest verses in the Bible: “…thou hast utterly rejected us; thou art very wroth against us.”
Jeremiah went to the potter’s house – and listened to God.
Discussion: When have you felt there was clay you could reshape?
Activity: “Do all the good you can….” And try saying less.
Remember in prayer this week Audrey Cowsert, Bob & Vivian Grusnick, Vivian Hansard, Martha Meyer and Thelma Welbaum.
Prayers for the Tom and Ann Stevens and family as their daughter-in-law Elizabeth has been diagnosed with breast cancer.
Our Christian sympathy to the family of Mike and Jennifer Voight on the sudden death of Mike’s brother, Larry, this past week.
This Sunday is Communion. Bring a friend or neighbor for this Labor Day Sunday.
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