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True Word for Tough Times
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True Word for Tough Times


Evangelical Press 2013

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In August 2010 Dale Ralph Davis delivered these five messages from Jeremiah at the Evangelical Movement of Wales Conference in Aberystwyth. Those who were there on the occasion will recall the power and passion of this rich exposition of the Word of God. As he explains in the Preface, Dale Ralph Davis deliberately chose five passages that focused on the ‘down’ aspect of the prophet’s message. He explains his choice of passages in these words:

. . . they supply a healthy corrective to some of the flippant and flimsy optimism we meet in certain ‘Christian’ propaganda about the Christian life and ministry. My prayer is that a number of the Lord’s servants who are slogging on in the paths of righteousness will, by the Spirit’s chemistry, be strangely comforted by this tormented prophet and the ‘ruthless Warrior’ who stood at his side.

Dr. Davis preaching, slightly adapted here for the printed page, will surely be used to fulfill that prayer.

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Key Features

  • Contains expositions delivered at the Aberystwyth Conference in 2010
  • Examines difficult periods in the ministry of Jeremiah
  • Explores the nature and impact of the words of God


  • Astounding Word (Jeremiah 1)
  • Can this prophet be saved? (Jeremiah 15:10–21)
  • The yoke is no joke (Jeremiah 27–29)
  • Jerusalem burning (Jeremiah 37–39)
  • Faithful futility, a pattern of ministry (Jeremiah 40–45)

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About Dale Ralph Davis

Dale Ralph Davis and his wife live in rural Tennessee. He was formerly pastor of Woodland Presbyterian Church, Hattiesburg, Mississippi and Professor of Old Testament at Reformed Theological Seminary, Jackson, Mississippi. He has written many books, among which is the EP Study Commentary on Micah.

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