Another Sermon for the Starving Bible Believing Christians All Over the World Wide Web
2007 - KJV Bible Believers Church in Touchet, Touchet, Washington - Pastor Mike Paulson - 2007
Expounding the way of God more perfectly - Acts 18:26 - with the Scriptures Rightly Divided - II Timothy 2:15
Adult / Kids Sunday School Series
What is In the Old Testament "FOR" us?
What's In It "FOR" Us?
September 30, 2007
Now all these things happened unto them for ensamples: and they are written for our admonition,
upon whom the ends of the world are come.
I Corinthians 10:11
For whatsoever things were written aforetime were written for our learning,
that we through patience and comfort of the scriptures might have hope.
Romans 15:4

"Ensamples" from whom to learn, not "examples" for us to follow!

Part VI
King Jehoiakim and His Penknife
Jeremiah 36:8-32

My apologies, but this section of XXXIV was accidentally  skipped when all my anxiety stuff that began with my Baruch message.  So, here is a continuation from Jeremiah chapter 36, about the King and his penknife.

The command to Jeremiah:

The command from Jeremiah to Baruch: Their purpose?

Key verses to be mini-preached.  You must listen to the audio to receive the application of learning and admonition for us today!

Verse 8-10 - read in the ears of all the people during a fast - all the people in Jerusalem, including visitors!

Verse 11-13 - Michaiah heard out of the book ALL the words of the LORD and then declared them to the Kings house, etc.

Verses 14,15- Baruch was taken to more to hear what those words said

Verse 16 - typical reaction to truth to a lost person - FEAR
    Why tell the king?  to help him prepare his fighting men?

Verses 17-18 - they ask, "How do you do that, Baruch?"

Verses 19 -  "You had better hide!"

Verses 20 - 21 - so THEY took the roll in to the King and read it to him

Verses 22 - 23 - cut it up and through it into the fire - right away, too.  Only 3-4 leaves into the reading.

Verses 24 - they showed no fear at that destruction of the words of the LORD.

Verse 25 - a few tried to stop the King

Verse 26 - King told them to lock up Baruch and Jeremiah - but they were not to be found

Verses 27-28 - God tells Jeremiah to write another roll

Verses 29-31 - Jeremiah challenges the King and the King gives Jeremiah his answer!

Verse 32 - Jeremiah writes it again - and added many like words.

Are we thankful for all that the Lord has done for us today
so that we needn't worry about what Jeremiah preached?