In Jeremiah chapter 18, God uses a word picture of a potter creating pottery, and if it is marred in any way, the potter smashes it and starts new. Such is what God is doing with Judah. In chapter 19, God instructs Jeremiah to buy a clay flask and smash it to pieces, illustrating the point that as God bought Israel and Judah, they are now useless to Him in their current state. In chapter 20, Jeremiah is put in shackles, mocked, and despised, which makes him fall into a state of depression. But the truth of the Lord burns as a fire that motivates Jeremiah and keeps him going. Join us as we see how history in 7th century B.C. and its lessons apply so vividly today, in these end times.