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Sermon Tone Analysis

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This automated analysis scores the text on the likely presence of emotional, language, and social tones. There are no right or wrong scores; this is just an indication of tones readers or listeners may pick up from the text.
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Jeremiah 29:11–14
God’s promises about the future are certain because it is under God’s control.
Christians should live on the basis that these promises, which focus on the return of Jesus Christ, will be fulfilled.
God controls the future
God knows the future
God can reveal the future
The future is unknown to human beings
There is a future hope for believers
It is based on God’s promise
Future blessings are guaranteed
Future blessings are superior to present experiences
Key aspects of future hope
Believers will go to heaven
Jesus Christ will come again
The dead will rise
In Conclusion:
Having perseverance and faith
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