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The People’s Bible: Jeremiah, Lamentations
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The People’s Bible: Jeremiah, Lamentations


Northwestern Publishing House 1994

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In the last days of Judah, God sent Jeremiah to announce the coming judgment, call people to repentance, and comfort the believers who lived in a nation that had forsaken the Lord. His testimony contains many glorious prophecies of the coming Messiah. The book of Lamentations encourages believers to cling to the Lord even during disasters.

Many people have found The People’s Bible to be the most reliable Bible commentary series published. It’s the laypeople’s Bible—down to earth, clearly written, easy to read and understand, filled with practical and contemporary applications. The Christ-centered commentary follows the Scripture sections containing explanations of the text, historical background, maps, illustrations, and archaeological information.

The People’s Bible commentaries are great for personal or group study.

Key Features

  • Historical background
  • Maps, illustrations, and archaeological information
  • Practical and contemporary applications

Product Details

  • Title: The People’s Bible: Jeremiah, Lamentations
  • Author: David M. Gosdeck
  • Publisher: Northwestern Publishing House
  • Publication Date: 1994
  • Pages: 374

About Northwestern Publishing House

The mission of Northwestern Publishing House is to deliver biblically sound Christ-centered resources within the Wisconsin Evangelical Lutheran Synod and beyond. The vision of Northwestern Publishing House is to be the premier resource for quality Lutheran materials faithful to the Scriptures and Lutheran confessions. NPH publishes materials for worship, vacation Bible school, Sunday school, and several other ministries. The NPH headquarters are located in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

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