Jeremiah may not be the first book that comes to mind when we speak of discipline, and yet discipline is at the centre of the book. In this article we focus on seven symbolical actions Jeremiah had to perform, each of which teaches us an important aspect of discipline and an important message for us as Christians today.
Lessons on Discipline from the Book of Jeremiah
|Date:||March 25, 2018|
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