A Teacher in Your Hand
David J. Ridges shares his expertise as a seasoned educator and a renowned gospel scholar in this volume of the award-winning Gospel Studies Series, Jeremiah Made Easier. It contains numerous notes within the verses, plus hundreds of brief explanations between the verses. The political, cultural, and spiritual climate in Jeremiah’s time has strong similarities with our modern world. Thus, the counsel and warnings in Jeremiah have great value and relevance for us.
A POWERFUL STUDY GUIDE
- Enjoy an easy study format. Read the full text of Jeremiah with notes within and between verses.
Example: Jeremiah 4:14
14 O Jerusalem, wash thine heart from wickedness [repent and be baptized], that thou mayest be saved. How long shall thy vain thoughts lodge within thee [how long will your wicked and foolish thinking stay with you]
Joseph Fielding Smith indicated that verse 14, above, is a reference to baptism. He said: “John stood forth in the spirit of the prophets of old to preach his baptism of repentance symbolized by cleansing with water. (See Jer. 4:14; Ezek. 36:25l; Zech. 13:1.)” (Answers to Gospel Questions, vol. 2, page 66.)
- Better understand the beautiful language of the prophets.
- More fully appreciate biblical symbolism.
- Easily mark your scriptures and put useful notes in the margins of the passages you want to remember.
A QUICK REFERENCE
- Quickly get help for specific verses or chapters.
- Review for a lesson, talk, or family night discussion.
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