STAND ON THE WORD WITH FRC
A TWO-YEAR BIBLE READING PLAN

TODAY'S READING: Jeremiah 1

TODAY'S QUESTIONS FOR REFLECTION AND DISCUSSION

1) When did God call Jeremiah to be a prophet according to v. 1?

  1. When he was in the womb
  2. When he was a teenager
  3. When he was a senior adult
  4. None of the above

2) What was Jeremiah's assessment of his own capability in response to God's call (v. 6) and how did God respond to Jeremiah's reservations (v. 7)?

STAND ON THE WORD DEVOTIONALS

STAND COURAGEOUS DEVOTIONAL BY GEN. JERRY BOYKIN

Made for This ­– Man as a Provider

– Jeremiah 1:4-10

Is there a role you believe you were made for? A role that when you are living it out, resonates with the deepest parts of who you are? A role that brings fulfillment, satisfaction, and joy? Do you feel that way about your job? Being a husband? A father? A leadership role at your church? A civic responsibility? Many of us spend our lives trying to discover what God created us to be and do—what we were made for. What do you think is the most significant calling in your life? What does it look like to figure that out? What if it doesn’t fit into a job description?

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