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Anton Beetge - 18 June 2023

Baruch the Scribe (Jeremiah 45:1–5)

Returning to our study of generally overlooked, or “hidden,” figures throughout Scripture, we turn our attention to Baruch, the son of Neriah, the scribe of Jeremiah the prophet. From God’s words to Baruch recorded in Jeremiah 45, we can learn about the suffering involved in Christian life and ministry, the ever-present temptation to pride, and the reward that awaits the servants of the Lord. These three things form our outline: 1. Christian Life and Ministry is Often Painful (v. 3) 2. Beware of Pride (v. 4) 3. There is a Reward (vv. 4–5)

Scripture References: Jeremiah 45:1-5

From Series: "Hidden Figures"

Lessons from some of the lesser known characters in Scripture.

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