“Regardless of what we’re like, God, remember what you’re like.”

Ray Stedman takes us on a tour of Jeremiah 14-15, the reading for today: The word of the Lord which came to Jeremiah concerning the drought: {Jer 14:2 RSV} He goes on to describe the land, how the cisterns have no water, the ground is dismayed, there is no rain on the land, the crops … More “Regardless of what we’re like, God, remember what you’re like.”

Here is one of those frequent timeless foreshadowings of the Cross

Ray Stedman on Esther 7: The chapter opens with an intimate supper in a private banqueting room where Queen Esther, the king, and Haman, the evil prime minister, are gathered, and it closes with a man nailed, screaming, to a tree until he is dead. Here is one of those frequent timeless foreshadowings of the … More Here is one of those frequent timeless foreshadowings of the Cross