A Burning BookDr. Warren W. Wiersbe | June 13, 1976
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The theme of Jeremiah 36 is the Word of God. Our salvation and spiritual growth depend on God’s Word, but if we lose our wonder for the Word, our Christian life begins to decay. Pastor Wiersbe encourages us to remember the wonders of Scripture.
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Both Jeremiah and Jesus were weeping preachers who were rejected by their people.
The theme of Jeremiah 36 is the Word of God.
Apart from the Word of God we have nothing.
Our salvation and spiritual growth depend on the Word of God.
We quickly grow accustomed to the blessing of God’s Word.
When we lose our wonder for the Word of God, our Christian life begins to decay.
Four wonders of the Word that reignite our excitement for studying the Bible:
- The wonder of the Bible’s origin.
- The Bible came from the mouth of God.
- God gave us a perfect book through imperfect men who were surrendered to him and inspired by the Holy Spirit.
- All Scripture is inspired by God and is inerrant.
- The wonder of the opposition to the Bible.
- Why would anyone want to oppose the Bible when it true, faithful, and comforting?
- The heart of man is at war with God.
- Every dictator opposes the Word of God because it sets people free.
- We oppose the Bible by hearing it and not doing what it says and by picking and choosing what we want to believe.
- The wonder of the survival of the Bible.
- The Bible still exists despite all the people who have tried to destroy
- If we build our lives on the book that endures, we took will last.
- The wonder of the Bible’s fulfillment.
- The Word of God never fails, and His promises endure forever.
Is the Bible speaking condemnation or salvation to you?
Have you lost the wonder of the Word of God?
The greatest wonder in our lives is the Word of God.
If we receive the wonders in the Word of God, God’s wonders will be performed in our lives as well.