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What do you do when it seems like God has left the building, when your prayers are going unanswered, and when hope is fading? That's the question this series will answer. These 3 sermons tell the story of the prophet Jeremiah at the time of the fall of Jerusalem.

After 40 years of ministry, the city he loved was in ruins and his people had been carried into captivity. As he walked the streets of Jerusalem he felt abandoned by God. This is a common feeling for believers today.

WEEK #1 - The Dark Night.
The Dark Night of the Soul is an experience that many believers will experience in their faith journey. Jeremiah, at the fall of Jerusalem, most certainly went through it. But, what carried him through it is amazing.
Scripture: Lamentations 3:1-18, 21-24, Zephaniah 1:14-16, 2 Corinthians 4:8-10

WEEK #2 - Where Did I Go?
Often when God is silent it's not that He has left, it's that we have wandered away. This lesson will look at how Jerusalem's sin dragged her away from God and how the same thing can happen to us.
Scripture: Jeremiah 2:12-13, 26-28, 29:11-14 James 1:14-15, Romans 8:35-39

WEEK #3 - When God Says What we Don't Want to Hear.
Sometimes God isn't silent, we just wish he was. We know what he's telling us but we refuse to listen.
Scripture: Jeremiah 29:4-10, Matthew 28:18-20

(Each message also includes a few small group discussion questions)

When God is Silent

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A three message series about Jeremiah and dealing with the tough times in our faith.

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Jeremy Best

Jeremy is the Youth Pastor at Faith Church in St Thomas, Ontario and the director of FEB Youth. He loves hanging with his family, coaching football and rugby, and re-watching The Office on Netflix.

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