There is a tremendous gap between a heart attuned to God (Proverbs 2:1-5) and what is happening here in Judah and Israel, chronicled in these chapters of Jeremiah. In Jeremiah chapter 15, Jeremiah is pleading with God to do something and to remember His covenants and association with the nation. Also at this time, Jeremiah is feeling discouraged, fearful, grieved, and weary from being rejected, persecuted, and mocked. But God assures Jeremiah that what he did for Israel when their hearts were right, He will do to him because his heart remains right and obedient. How can we relate to that now? Find out in this session in our study on the Book o Jeremiah.