Living in the Midst of Deception

Jeremiah lived "in the midst of deception" by following these 4 Biblical Principles.

God said Jeremiah “lived in the midst of deception” (Jeremiah 9:6).

We do too. 

Just as Jeremiah was opposed by the people and the priests, Bible-honoring Christians can expect opposition inside and outside of the church.

If we genuinely love the Lord, we need to be like Jeremiah:

1. Knowing God…
Jeremiah longed to know the character and purposes of God (Jeremiah 9:23-24).

2. Speaking truth…
Even though proclaiming God’s Word brought him insult and injury, he couldn’t stop. God’s Word “burned in his heart like a fire” (Jeremiah 20:8-9).

3. Trusting God...
God was Jeremiah's hope and confidence (Jeremiah 17:7).

4. Remaining loyal despite persecution….
Even when loved ones opposed and deceived him, Jeremiah remained faithful (Jeremiah 12:6).

These are four ways we can also remain faithful in the midst of deception.


Jeremiah lived "in the midst of deception" by following these 4 Biblical Principles.

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