After decades of preaching judgment against Judah, when it finally came Jeremiah consoles his people. God will restore them. His covenant of grace has not been shattered. He will keep all his promises. But God’s covenant promises are no mere reversal of fortunes or restoration of good old days. No, God has more powerful consolation in mind. He is sending them his Son. Jeremiah 33 is a remarkable picture of the real consolation God has for us – the gift not just of judicial acquittal, circumstantial comfort, or emotional stability – the gift of a person, the Lord Jesus Christ himself. Listen to “Consolation Prize” as we examine Jeremiah 33 and see what real consolation looks like.