59 episodes

Verse by verse studies through books of the Bible with Pastor Gene Pensiero of Calvary Hanford. In this series titled "The Fiery Bones" we learn about the judgment of God and His extravagant love for His people.

Jeremiah // Pastor Gene Pensiero Calvary Hanford

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Verse by verse studies through books of the Bible with Pastor Gene Pensiero of Calvary Hanford. In this series titled "The Fiery Bones" we learn about the judgment of God and His extravagant love for His people.

    Jeremiah 52 – Don’t It Make My Blind Eyes Blue

    Jeremiah 52 – Don’t It Make My Blind Eyes Blue

    The last thing Zedekiah sees before he is blinded is the murder of his sons by their Babylonian captors (Pastor Gene Pensiero)

    • 27 min
    Jeremiah 51 – The Original Sunk Rockers

    Jeremiah 51 – The Original Sunk Rockers

    After reading aloud Jeremiah’s prophecy of the destruction of Babylon, Seraiah ties a rock to the scroll and throws it into the Euphrates River to illustrate the nation’s sinking (Pastor Gene Pensiero)

    • 31 min
    Jeremiah 50 – Immortal Combat

    Jeremiah 50 – Immortal Combat

    Warfare rages in which God reveals Himself as the Redeemer to either deliver those who repent or to destroy those who rebel (Pastor Gene Pensiero)

    • 36 min
    Jeremiah 49 – Keep Your Friend Close But Your Enemy Conquered

    Jeremiah 49 – Keep Your Friend Close But Your Enemy Conquered

    A series of God’s judgements against Judah’s enemies encourages us that we can be more than conquerors as we walk with Him (Pastor Gene Pensiero)

    • 27 min
    Jeremiah 48 – Days Of Wine And Posers

    Jeremiah 48 – Days Of Wine And Posers

    Jeremiah uses a vineyard metaphor to describe the false pride of the Moabites (Pastor Gene Pensiero)

    • 31 min
    Jeremiah 47 – Talk To The Sword Hand

    Jeremiah 47 – Talk To The Sword Hand

    God’s judgment against the warlike Philistines is personified as a sword that Jeremiah has a conversation with (Pastor Gene Pensiero)

    • 34 min

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