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Commentary

Emphasis Preaching Journal

Hope against hope -- Jeremiah 31:7-9, Hebrews 5:1-6, Mark 10:46-52 -- Proper 25 | Ordinary Time 30 - B -- 1991
Some might call the Old Testament lesson an unfulfilled prophecy.

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Emphasis Preaching Journal

We love to celebrate. At... -- Jeremiah 31:7-9 -- Proper 25 | Ordinary Time 30 - B -- 1994
We love to celebrate.
In the mini-series, War... -- Jeremiah 31:7-9 -- Proper 25 | Ordinary Time 30 - B -- 1994
In the mini-series, War And Remembrance, Professor Jastrow is a Jewish American philosophy professo
Recently the parents of our... -- Jeremiah 31:7-9 -- Proper 25 | Ordinary Time 30 - B -- 1994
Recently the parents of our school children came to help us repair a path that had been washed into
Jane, a ninth grader, was... -- Jeremiah 31:7-9 -- Proper 25 | Ordinary Time 30 - B -- 1991
Jane, a ninth grader, was riding in the car with her father.
Several years ago, Garrison Keillor... -- Jeremiah 31:7-9 -- Proper 25 | Ordinary Time 30 - B -- 1991
Several years ago, Garrison Keillor offered a modern radio rendition of the parable of the prodigal
As Martha read Jeremiah 31:7-9... -- Jeremiah 31:7-9 -- Proper 25 | Ordinary Time 30 - B -- 1991
As Martha read Jeremiah 31:7-9 to her Sunday school class, a fascinating bit of speculation entered
Jeremiah lived and labored in... -- Jeremiah 31:7-9 -- Proper 25 | Ordinary Time 30 - B -- 1991
Jeremiah lived and labored in dark and troubled times. But he could see beyond all that.

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Here They Come, Singing -- Jeremiah 31:7-9 -- John R. Brokhoff, Robert W. Stackel -- Proper 25 | Ordinary Time 30 - B -- 1990
When six nations of eastern Europe were freed from the domination of totalitarian Communism in 1989,
Proper 25 -- Jeremiah 31:7-9 -- George Paul Mocko -- Proper 25 | Ordinary Time 30 - B -- 1987
Jeremiah, the Crazy Old Coot Who Was Right When the World Was Wrong; How God Delivers and How Great

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