This article is part of a series of studies on the author of the book of Jeremiah. The author notes the message and character of Jeremiah the prophet.
Looking at Jeremiah 2:5, this article shows how life is without God. Without God life is empty, and men worship powerless gods instead of the living God.
How should the lack of chronology and the many genres in Jeremiah be understood in an effort to find a unifying plot in the book? This article uses literary-critical principles to analyze Jeremiah. The author wants to exegete the book in its received order. He makes use of plot analysis to discover unifying elements. He explains what a plot is and how it functions, whether plots function in Hebrew prophecy, and then gives an overview of his understanding of Jeremiah's plot.
This article is an exposition of Jeremiah 8:20.
Applying Jeremiah 6:16 to today's church, this article shows how the church has left the old path, and it makes a call to the church to return to this path.
Looking at Jeremiah 18:6, this article shows how God uses the image of clay in the hand of the potter to show us how in his sovereignty he shapes his people.
Looking at the exegesis and message of Jeremiah 29:4-9, this article shows how this can be instructive for Christians as they seek to live their life in a land that is not their home.