An everlasting covenant, ordered in all things, and sure


Even in those gloomy days, the Lord did not leave the faithful few to pine, without a promise of brighter days.

Jeremiah 31:1-9, 31-37

Jeremiah 31:1

At the same time, namely, in the latter days

Jeremiah 31:2

Continually does the Lord refer to his former loving kindnesses to assure his people that he is still ready to deliver them.

Jeremiah 31:3

Meditate much on this sentence.

Jeremiah 31:4

Victory should again awaken the songs of virgins, and the sound of timbrels, as of old at the Red Sea.

Jeremiah 31:5-9

Though awakened sinners are sad when they come to God, yet their way is a safe and a straight one, and leads them into the full enjoyment of divine adoption.

Jeremiah 31:31, 32

In the old covenant something remained to be done upon man’s side, and therefore it failed; a covenant founded alone upon grace is the only one which…

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