When God’s People Think of Jerusalem

Thirty-three miles east of the Mediterranean Sea and fourteen miles west of the Dead Sea stands a mountain—2,500 feet above sea level (Psa 122:3-4)—surrounded by other mountains (Psa 125:2). Jerusalem, a major intersection for thousands of years, sits on the variously named peaks of that mountain.

It is hard to overstate what Jerusalem has meant to people through the ages. When we think of Jerusalem, what should come to mind? For what should we hope? What is Jerusalem’s future?

This sermon was delivered on April 5, 2015.

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About Jason Hardin

Jason lives in southern Indiana with his wife Shelly and their three daughters. He works with the Charlestown Road church of Christ. Jason has written three books and a variety of workbooks. He's a fan of photography, baseball, mountains, wildlife, BBQ, banana pudding, and coffee. You can contact him here or connect with him on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram.

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