SC: Episode 143

Show notes:

Have you ever heard the saying “I’m all good”? It’s a prevalent mindset…and one that can have dangerous consequences.

This week on the podcast, we’re delving into the book of Jeremiah in our CMOW episode for the month of September! Join Andrew as he looks at what could well be called the “climax” of the Old Testament and the judgement of the nation of Israel, as well as the glimmer of hope in redemption the Lord promises. He’ll also look at some lesson we can learn from this book, including watching for the mindset of “I’m good enough” and the danger that led the Israelites into. In addition to all that, we’ll talk about our ScriptureFocus verse for this month, more about our active contest, and much more.

That’s all on this episode of the Sharpening Character Podcast!


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CMOW Segment

(Hosted by Andrew)

For More information about Courageous Men of the Word and their resources to encourage men and young men in their faith, be sure to visit CMOW.net!

References in this segment:

  • 2 Chron. 7:11-14, 19-22
  • Jeremiah 5:1-3
  • Jeremiah 15:6
  • Jeremiah 29:4-14
  • Psalm 40:5

The 2018 Comment Contest!

Our comment contest is running through October 10th, with the prize of a free copy of “Charting a Course in Your Youth,” the book we reviewed in SC: Episode 141. For more information, check out our contest page!


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Psalm 40:5 Phone
Psalm 40:5 Phone

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2 Comments

  • Travis Gehrke

    September 25, 2018 at 10:39 pm Reply

    This was a very good podcast.

    • Andrew

      September 26, 2018 at 6:08 am Reply

      I’m glad you liked it Travis! 🙂 Was there anything in particular that stood out to you?
      ~Andrew

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