The Bible makes it clear that authentic worship is a sweet aroma to God. And it’s quite the opposite to the devil! Dr. David Jeremiah considers how, in the realm of spiritual warfare, godly worship can be one of your most devastating weapons against the evil one.
Whether you prefer traditional hymns or contemporary worship, one thing is certain: all of it will pale in comparison to the worship in heaven. Dr. David Jeremiah considers what Revelation describes as a growing crescendo of praise that will surround the Lamb that was slain.
In Revelation, Jesus is known by several mysterious names. Dr. David Jeremiah turns his attention to just one of those names, and unravels the mystery of the Lamb that was slain. Listen and discover why the Lamb is worthy of our worship, both now and for all eternity.
In one form or another, worship has always been part of human history here on earth. But have you ever considered what worship will be like in heaven? Dr. David Jeremiah turns to the book of Revelation for a glimpse of how worship will fill the lives of all residents of heaven, as seen through the eyes of John.
Do you struggle to live a lifestyle of worship in a culture that promotes a lifestyle of self? To lift up Christ in a world that tears Him down? Dr. David Jeremiah offers a biblical prescription to help you stay focused on a lifestyle of worship and a practical plan for living it out.
The connection between worship and music is far deeper than just the few minutes spent singing during the weekly church service. Dr. David Jeremiah examines that connection as he shares his message, “The Endless Song of Worship.”
If the only time you worship God is during your weekly church service, you’re reducing it to an event. Worship is meant to be a lifestyle. Dr. David Jeremiah examines what God’s Word says about worshiping beyond the walls of the church.
You probably have some favorite songs that inspire your worship. But you might not know the stories behind those songs, which are often just as inspiring! Dr. David Jeremiah sheds light on some well-known songs of the faith and their stories as he continues his series on worship, My Heart’s Desire.
If Christians had a job description, you would expect it to include things like praying, witnessing, and loving your neighbor. But singing? Dr. David Jeremiah says it’s true, but don’t worry—the art of singing God’s praises comes not from musical talent but from the heart. Discover what the apostle Paul wrote about singing as David introduces his message, “The Song Continues.”
What can the modern church learn from Old Testament worshipers who made music such a vital part of their worship experience? Dr. David Jeremiah looks at the rich history of musical worship and unpacks the core principles you can apply to bring greater meaning to your worship.
It’s one of the core principles of the Christian life, and it’s to be modeled in a godly marriage. Yet the concept of submission is widely misunderstood. Dr. David Jeremiah seeks to clarify the confusion with a close look at the Bible’s specific instructions for wives, husbands, and children.
From the early church to the modern era, Christians have been led astray by false teaching. What’s being taught that causes so many to be deceived? Dr. David Jeremiah reveals the five major errors that compromised the Colossian church and continue to mislead the current generation of believers.
In Colossians, Paul prays that believers would please God fully. If you’re falling short in that area, don’t get discouraged—get to know God more deeply! Dr. David Jeremiah shares what it looks like to live a life that’s pleasing to God and bearing fruit in a wide variety of important areas.
While it’s often said that Jesus can be seen on every page of the Bible, perhaps the best depiction of Christ is found in a few verses of Colossians chapter one. Dr. David Jeremiah examines that passage which speaks volumes about the person and work of Jesus. Get ready to see Jesus as perhaps you’ve never seen Him before.
It’s only four chapters long, but it’s one of the most important books in all Scripture. To truly know Jesus, it’s helpful to know Colossians. Dr. David Jeremiah studies the epistle of Colossians—and its unsung hero.