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The Sermon — Seeking a Firm Future
Sermon Notes – Seeking a Firm Future
Sermon text: Jeremiah 29: 10-13
Big Idea: Seek God wholeheartedly because His plans never fail.
- Our plans can fall short (v10).
- Interrupted plans can make us feel we’ve been abandoned
- Our failed plans are part of a bigger story.
- God has good plans for his people (v 11).
- His plans are for our “prosperity” (Hebrew: Shalom).
- His plans are for our redemption in Christ Jesus.
- Seeking God wholeheartedly brings hope for the future (v 12-13)
Questions for Reflection
Question 1: What plans have you made in the last few months that have fallen short? What plans are you uncertain about for the future?
Question 2: Do you ever struggle with believing that God’s desire is for your good and wholeness? Do you ever wonder whether he has the power to make you whole?
Question 3: Have you experienced a time when you sought after God wholeheartedly in a crisis or time of uncertainty? How did he meet you in your need?
Question 1: Read Jeremiah 29: 4-9, the first part of Jeremiah’s letter to the Babylonian exiles. If Christians are “exiles” in the world (1 Peter 2:11), how might this passage apply to our perspectives on our lives now?
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