In Jeremiah 36 we find the terrible picture of Judah’s King Jehoiakim, burning the words of the Prophet Jeremiah.  He was not open to what God’s Word had to say.   But he was not the only one.   The people of his time neither listened, nor inclined their ears to hear God’s word through the prophets.  

When God’s people have little concern for God’s Word, disaster cannot be far behind.   The people of Jeremiah’s day only wanted positive messages.   While Jehoiakim’s Bible burning shocks us, what should shock us more is that the people who heard all these words were not afraid, nor did they think God’s Word applied to them.  What about you?  We profess to be a ‘people of the book,’ but is the Bible authoritative and sufficient in your life?   Join us as we examine Jeremiah 36 and consider faithful and unfaithful responses to God’s Word. 

“Eradication,” Jeremiah 36