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Jeremiah 11 - 13

Jeremiah
JeremiahSteve Gregg

In this segment, Steve Gregg delves into the biblical references and subtext in Jeremiah chapters 11-13, touching on themes such as obedience, conditional oaths, and the consequences of disobedience. He also draws parallels between Jeremiah's imagery of the olive tree and Paul's use of it in Romans 11 to discuss the state of Israel and the broken covenant. The segment includes insights on historical context, prophetic denouncing, and the consequences of sin.

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