This study looks at a man who did not have the satisfaction of seeing reform come from his constant warnings to a people who were corrupt, idolatrous, and obstinate. His job was to warn of the coming judgment of God through foreign armies, famine, pestilence, drought, defeat, captivity, despair, and destruction. He delivered his message with a gentle and sympathetic heart even though it was in opposition to what people wanted to hear. In this he stood alone. The study of Jeremiah reveals many parallels to our nation and world today. This study includes thirty lessons.