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Standing at the Crossroads (DEC 31-JAN 04, 2019)

As we think about the new year ahead of us, wouldn’t we all like to know how to discern God’s desires for various decisions we’ll face in 2019? While Scripture doesn’t offer a “one, two, three formula, the Old Testament prophet, Jeremiah, illustrates an approach that offers wisdom for us today. In Jeremiah 6:16, God offers instructions to wayward Israel – instructions they flat out reject – with drastic results. What if we reviewed God’s advice…and heeded it today in our various circumstances of need? Would 2019 be any different?


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