Jeremiah and Lamentations tell the story of God's judgment during a bleak period in Judah's history. While painting a vivid picture of human loneliness and suffering, these Old Testament books also reveal the beautiful hope found only in God.
This twelve-lesson Bible study begins with a thorough examination of Jeremiah, one of the most autobiographical books in the Bible. By studying the "weeping prophet" and his faithfulness to his calling, who or what you obey will become clearer. The final chapter examines Lamentations, its lyrical style, and the deep sorrow its life-changing lessons convey. Includes: study aids and questions for group discussions or personal reflection.