Jeremiah | ch. 11-15Jeremiah

“Cursed be the man who does not hear the words of this covenant…” (Jer. 11:3). That’s strong language. We may think of God hurling curses down on people. But that’s not the meaning of the word “Aror”. It is a passive voice observing what happens to people when they “unplug” themselves from the source of life. The results are devasting. Join us this weekend to see how Jesus reverses that curse for us, and how it becomes a priority for us to listen for His voice rather than to serve our many idols.

DATE: February 03 - 04, 2024
SPEAKER: Lead Pastor, Bobby Parschauer

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