God called Jeremiah to be a prophet to the nations.   So, it is fitting that Jeremiah ends with an extensive call to the nations to know the Lord and to walk in His ways.   The Book of Jeremiah is no mere sorry tale of the demise of an ancient kingdom.   But it is a constant refrain of grace, sung out to men who are utterly undeserving of it.   It is a reminder that God’s promises are not for some particular tribe, language, nation or people, but for “every creature under heaven.”   And most importantly, for you.    You are not beyond God’s grace.   You are not excluded from His offer.  In John 6:37, Jesus says, “whoever comes to me, I will never cast out.”   In Jeremiah 46-51, God calls the nations to turn back.   In some of the Scripture’s most remarkable poetry, the Lord calls those who are far from him to return home.    Join us as we see that God calls us to return as well.   

“To the Nations,” Jeremiah 46-51