About TCOJ

     If you just reached this blog, you probably are a little confused. (If you're not, kudos to you.) So what is "The Call of Jeremiah"?


 It's a blog created by three teenage girls with a mission: to be outspoken, courageous, fully-devoted followers of Jesus Christ, even in our public schools. We aren't dwelling on "endless theology" and "foolish controversies", but are simply answering the Call. A call to reach out to a hurting world and show them the meaning of true love from a never-ending God. But there are some things we're not:

1. Preachers shouting at people on street corners, telling them all the reasons they're going to Hell.
     The Apostle Paul once said,"It is God who saved us. . . not because we deserved it, but because it was his plan long before the world began- to show his love and kindness to us through Christ Jesus." Before we were saved; yeah, we were headed to Hell. But through Jesus we receive love and kindness instead of the death we deserve. Our posts and opinions reflect that.

2. Liars or Hypocrites.
     We're not going to pretend that we're perfect or that we don't fail or doubt sometimes. "These laws... were not made for those who do what is right." All have fallen short, remember? Everyone has their off days. Sometimes, the truth is hard like that. And we will under NO circumstances lie to make something sound better or easier to take. We do REAL TRUTH.

3. Lastly, we are not stereotypical, hormone-crazy teenagers who dress immodestly, always have a boyfriend, and run on sugar.
    The low expectations for our generation are pathetic. We're just as "Christian" as the rest of the church. "Don't let anyone think less of you because you are young. Be an example to all believers in what you teach, in the way you live, in your love, your faith, and your purity." (1 Timothy 4:12)

    We are God's teenagers, proving that we are more than the eating-disorders, procrastination, and speed-dating society has led us to believe is normal. We may have a revival on our hands. Are YOU ready for it?

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