Analysis Of Jeremiah's Betrayaling Of God

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In this paper, there will be an attempt to investigate two factors first, there will be a comparison between Judah and our nation to see how Jeremiah’s betrayal of God as the divine potter is applicable in today’s world. Finally, How does Paul’s concept of “When the fullness of time had come, God sent forth his Son” (Galatians 4:4, English Standard Version). How does this concept relate to our modern world? Judah’s greatest shortcoming was their denial of God and the resulting action of them walking away from Him. They had done this by making offerings to other false gods and worshiping the work of their own hands (Jeremiah 1:16, English Standard Version). Even though they had sinned against God, he tried to remind them that they once loved him like a bride in their youth (Jeremiah 2:1-3, English Standard Version). The Lord would send Jeremiah to call Israel and Judah to repentance. Even after all, of their sinful ways, the Lord would say to them returned to me and I will not show anger towards you.…show more content…
Saying yes to God will lead to fulfillment of his plan in their lives, while saying no to God as Judah and the world of today has will only lead to death and destruction. Though God is, our potter we also play an important role in our destiny this can be seen by our positive or negative response to God is calling and how everyone answers it. The ultimate good news in this is that sinners under God’s grace have hope, which will grant them a new lease on life through their repentance. The message of Galatians 4:4 just provides greater encouragement to the people of the world because in the right time God has sent his son to the world as a redeeming quality. Therefore, whoever will accept him will forever have everlasting life (Branson et al, 2006,
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