Wicked Hebrew Women: Women Gone Astray
In today’s episode of All God’s Women we look at the Wicked Hebrew Women in Jeremiah as well as the Women Who Wept for Tammuz in Ezekiel and we see how even well meaning women can lead others away from the Lord.
We live in a time much like that of Jeremiah. We’ve watered down our religion to the point it’s no longer recognizable. We’ve given into the worldly pressures, thinking we’re heading upward when in reality, we’re slipping further and further from the Truth.
My heart breaks for the generation led astray by well meaning Christians who got caught up in worship and beliefs that sound good but are not biblical. Perhaps you’re one of those who blindly followed a so-called Christian and got burned when you discovered they weren’t who they claimed to be. Or maybe you’re guilty of losing your way and leading others astray in the process.
Wherever you are, it’s not too late to turn around. Jeremiah gave the Jews an escape clause. He warned them to return to Jerusalem and to their worship of the Lord, and He would watch over them and take care of them. They didn’t listen, preferring instead to do what seemed best in their own eyes. Please don’t make that same mistake.
I challenge you to seek the truth. Don’t get your wisdom from the world. Find it instead in the Word. Flee from the modern morals that are being preached as political agenda. Instead, take it to the Bible and see whether it lines up with God’s teaching.
All God's Women is a Bible study podcast where we journey through the Bible one woman at a time. If you enjoy learning about women in the Bible, tune in each week to learn about a different Bible woman.
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