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The subject for this quarter is the Book of Jeremiah.
While often regarded as the prophet of doom and disaster, we can learn much about the nature of God, the issues in the Great Controversy, and our response by studying in depth Jeremiah’s prophecies and experience. Instead of concentrating on the reluctance of the people and their stubborn rebellion, look again at the incredible patience and mercy of God, always loving his people and working for their good, despite the circumstances.
Jeremiah also shows us that God does allow us to go through tough times to show us the results of our choices. Even so, he is there, promising to be with us at all times, and assuring us that there will be an end to suffering and salvation into a far more wonderful experience if we will just trust him.
Take the time to read exactly what God is saying through Jeremiah. Put yourself in his position, and recognize that despite his very human qualities, he did trust in God no matter what. A great example for us today, living in a very different time and place, yet still needing to trust in our trustworthy God.
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