Category Archives: Lamentations

Lessons In Tragedy

The horrific events of last week are fresh on our minds, and our hearts go out to our friends throughout the area who lost family members and property. Many of our churches collected funds last Sunday for food and shelter, and other opportunities will come in the days ahead for people of faith to step

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Revive Us, O Lord

Isaiah 57:15-16 Introduction “Study the history of revival,” states, Dr. Adrian P. Rogers (1931-2005), pastor emeritus, Bellevue Baptist Church, Cordova, Tennessee, who continues, “God has always sent revival in the darkest days. Oh for a mighty sweeping revival today!” Rev. Ron Dunn (1936-2001), author of Don’t Just Stand There, Pray Something, observes, “If you study the history

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Finding the Strength to Go On

Lamentations 3:47-48; Lamentations 2:11 How to find the strength to go on: 1. Focus your attention on God, (Lamentations 3:25-29). Sit in silence 10 minutes this week and ask God if He wants to tell us anything. Matthew 6:33 “Seek the Kingdom of GOD” Read, slow me down Lord. 2. Ask God to remove your fears.

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Dealing with Depression

Lamentations 3:22-26 Background: The City was utterly destroyed in 587 BC by the Chaldeans. The Septuagint, the earliest Greek translation of the Hebrew Scriptures, translated by 70 scholars in the 200 BC. This translation begins: “And it came to pass after Israel had been taken away into captivity and Jerusalem had been laid waste that

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