Jeremiah 5 Study Guide

oxen yoked

 

Jerusalem turned their back to God. It became fake news to them when they heard that if they didn’t repent and turn back to Him, He would bring destruction on them. They had broken the yoke they had with God. By doing so they lost their power and direction.

Monday — Can you think of a time in your life that you rebelled against authority whether it was God’s or someone else?

Tuesday — In Matthew 11:28-30, what do we find out about God’s yoke?

Wednesday — What does Deuteronomy 32:35 and Romans 12:17-20; say about God’s vengeance?

Thursday — Why did God seek vengeance against Judah?

Friday — In Jeremiah 5:18-19, we find before God announced their discipline He made a promise to them. List both.

Saturday — How does Jeremiah 5:20-31 compare with what is going on in the world today?

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