Dwight L. Moody was, at one time, in a southern city preaching about the value of the Word of God
in a person’s life. Suddenly he was interrupted by the loud voice of a man in the audience. “Mr.
Moody, I do not believe a single word in that collection of old wives’ tales you … More
Jerusalem had been so prosperous and protected that neither kings nor ordinary citizens anywhere could have dreamed that she could be over-run and conquered. Then why was she captured?
I can be very sure of the Bible principle of sowing and reaping so need to be very careful what I sow.
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Lamentations 1:1-11The Prophet is Sad Over Jerusalem’s Fall
Lamentations 1:12-22Jerusalem’s Plea For Mercy
Lamentations 2:1-10God’s Judgement Came to Jerusalem
Lamentations 2:11-22The Prophet Cried Out in Anguish Over Jerusalem
Lamentations 3:1-24The Prophen Details His Afflictions
Lamentations 3:25-40The Prophet Places His Hope in a Compassionate God
Lamentations 3:41-66The Prophet Pled For Deliverance From The Pit
Lamentations 4:1-13God’s Punishment For Jerusalem’s Sin
Lamentations 4:14-22Reasons Jerusalem Was Captured
Lamentations 5:1-6The People Remember How they have Suffered
Lamentations 5:7-18Joy Was Replaced by Sadness And Mourning
Lamentations 5:19-22God is Still on His Throne And His Grace is Abounding