Christians are quick to say, “Praise the Lord!” But do we follow through with it? And how are we supposed to express our praise? Today, Dr. David Jeremiah returns to Psalm 33 for a how-to course in praising God.
In a culture that celebrates personal achievement and the accumulation of wealth, have we forgotten how to be thankful to God? Dr. David Jeremiah turns to Psalm 33 for some much-needed perspective on praising God for His provision of every blessing we enjoy.
All Christians can rest in the security of knowing they have peace with God for eternity. But that’s not the only kind of peace we’re meant to experience. Dr. David Jeremiah shares how we can experience the deep, abiding peace of God every day.
The book of Job is more than just a catalog of one man’s pain and suffering. It’s a triumphant testament to the greatness of God. Dr. David Jeremiah takes us back to Job and considers the many ways in which God demonstrates His greatness.
If you don’t fully trust God, you don’t fully appreciate just how big He is. The size of your faith is in direct proportion to the size of your God. Dr. David Jeremiah returns to the story of Job, a man with enormous faith in a truly immense God.
Maybe you’ve felt like running away from your troubles, but have you ever tried to hide from them in a cave? Today, Dr. David Jeremiah shares a time when King David did precisely that.
Some people deal with fear by learning self-defense or carrying a weapon. But if you’re a believer, your faith is the best weapon against fear! Today, Dr. David Jeremiah continues his look at how you can defeat fear with faith, straight from someone who conquered fear many times.
From unstable employment to unsafe neighborhoods, it's no wonder so many people live in the grip of fear. If you’re one of them, take heart. Dr. David Jeremiah shares four things you can do when you feel afraid.
If you expect the Christian life to be trouble-free, you’re in for a rude awakening. But you don’t have to let problems overwhelm you. Turn them into praises! Dr. David Jeremiah continues his profile of King David, who was familiar with trouble yet was a man after God’s own heart.
It’s normal to sometimes feel like running away from your troubles. But have you ever tried to hide from them in a cave? Dr. David Jeremiah shares a time in King David’s life when he did precisely that and reveals how he ultimately turned his problems into praise.
How do you handle stress and conflict? Do you soar above the fray or flail in the midst of it until you’re exhausted? Dr. David Jeremiah begins this series by offering you the spiritual strength to overcome life's trials.
It’s easy to say we’d follow God wherever He leads. But leaving our comfort zone and actually doing it is a different matter. Dr. David Jeremiah shares a vivid example of how to overcome the fear that may be keeping you from following God’s plan for your life.
Whether or not you’ve verbalized it, there’s a question that’s been on your heart for your entire life that only God can answer: why am I here? Today on Turning Point, Dr. David Jeremiah looks at the lives of people in both the Old and New Testaments to find life’s true purpose.
He was one of the heroes of Bible history, yet Moses was very human as well—someone we can relate to and learn from. Today, Dr. David Jeremiah profiles this figure the Bible calls “the man of God,” “the servant of the Lord,” a friend of God and a great leader.
It’s hard to be sure of God’s purpose for your life when you’re unsure of your own identity. How well do you know the real you? Today, Dr. David Jeremiah offers insights into discovering your unique identity in Christ and becoming who you were created to be.