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Recent Bible Studies on Jeremiah
Want to learn more about the Bible? Use these Bible Studies for personal devotion, group Bible studies, or teaching a church class.
We are currently studying Jeremiah. Below are links to the available lessons in this series. New studies are posted every Friday.
- Lesson 9: Jeremiah's Yoke (Jeremiah 16, 27 & 28)
- Lesson 8: Josiah's Reforms (2 Chronicles 33-35, 2 Kings 23)
- Lesson 7: The Crisis Continues (Jeremiah 9, 10 & 26)
- Lesson 6: Symbolic Acts (Genesis 4, Numbers 21, Jeremiah 13)
- Lesson 5: More Woes for the Prophet (Jeremiah 18-19 & 20-21)
- Lesson 4: Rebuke and Retribution (Jeremiah 11, 12 & 17)
- Lesson 3: The Last Five Kings of Judah (2 Chronicles 34-36, Jeremiah 22, 2 Kings 24)
- Lesson 2: The Crisis (Within and Without) (Jeremiah 2 & 27)
- Lesson 1: The Prophetic Calling of Jeremiah (Jeremiah 1)
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