Adam Powers writes – “Classic Tim Keller. Relaxed, laid back feel throughout the whole thing but yet so powerful and challenging as to God’s call to Christians as pilgrims and aliens in this world, living in enemy occupied territory. There is no better sermon I know of on Jeremiah 29, and it is so nice to finally hear the realistic megaphone of Biblical reality held within Jeremiah 29:11. Not some feel good sermon like Joel Osteen or the like, but a triumphant call to redeem the cities we do life in, for the glory of God – amen!”

from redeemer.com

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