God tells Jeremiah to buy a garden at Anathoth – to do something that sounds crazy. Jeremiah responds with this long story about God’s goodness.
The first thing we learn about investing in Jeremiah 32 is that we’re not called to invest in those things that seem wise. Given the facts on the ground as they stand – we’re called to invest in the futures that we believe are possible. We are called to invest in the futures we hope for.
Jeremiahs’ investment even when he knows the city is about to be destroyed.
It’s a sign….
Listen to Sarah Jobe tell the rest. This reflection goes along with the scriptural reflection for Module 2 of the Livable Future Investing Workshop.