Eat, Drink, Do Justice (Jeremiah #5)

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Identifying with the poor and needy, seeing them as human, working to relieve their suffering, and refusing to take advantage of our power over them—these are key aspects of knowing God, and they’re key aspects of finding the freedom we’re all longing for.


Main Text: Jeremiah 22:1-5, 13-17; 23:1-6

Simple outline:

  • God has always deeply cared about justice. If we don’t, we’re precluded from truly knowing Him.

  • Justice includes the way we treat money, the way we pursue it, the way we pay others with it. In our society of increasing wealth and income inequality, this should be a major consideration for every Christian.

  • The foretelling of Jesus included that He would be a worker of justice—so let’s follow Him!

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Identifying with the poor and needy, seeing them as human, working to relieve their suffering, and refusing to take advantage of our power over them—these are key aspects of knowing God, and they’re key aspects of finding the freedom we’re all longing for.


Main Text: Jeremiah 22:1-5, 13-17; 23:1-6

Simple outline:

  • God has always deeply cared about justice. If we don’t, we’re precluded from truly knowing Him.

  • Justice includes the way we treat money, the way we pursue it, the way we pay others with it. In our society of increasing wealth and income inequality, this should be a major consideration for every Christian.

  • The foretelling of Jesus included that He would be a worker of justice—so let’s follow Him!

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