Today you should read: Jeremiah 52
This book concludes with the fall of Jerusalem. We see Zedekiah participating in and leading Jerusalem in sin and facing dire consequences for such actions. His eyes are plucked out and it leads to their temple being burned and God’s people being exiled to Babylon. As hard and horrible as this was we see at the very end of the book grace upon the king of Judah as he was imprisoned and we know that although God’s people were imprisoned and enslaved, the Davidic lineage would be preserved in order for Jesus, the messiah to come.
No matter how hard our circumstances are or the consequences of our sin that seem to pile up, we can know and trust that God preserves His promises and sovereign in His reign.
By: Erik Koliser — West Campus Pastor
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