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Episode 20 - Pragmatism and Infidelity - Jeremiah 44:16–26

July 13, 2021
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In this episode of Bible Thoughts, Pastor Rusten looks at Jeremiah 44 to learn from an example of pragmatism gone awry. The Bible is not pragmatic when it comes to prosperity. Prosperity sought intentionally without God is a curse, and will fade into a wasteland. Prosperity that comes through faithfulness to God is a gift he loves to give. Yet prosperity is never the determining factor of faithfulness.

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Rusten leads our Youth Community and also provides teaching/preaching support. He and his wife live in Kingston with their three kids. He loves reading, writing, cooking, feasting, music, and family dance parties.

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In this episode of Bible Thoughts, Pastor Rusten looks at Jeremiah 44 to learn from an example of pragmatism gone awry. The Bible is not pragmatic when it comes to prosperity. Prosperity sought intentionally without God is a curse, and will fade into a wasteland. Prosperity that comes through faithfulness to God is a gift he loves to give. Yet prosperity is never the determining factor of faithfulness.

Listen on Apple Podcasts
Listen on Spotify

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