Christ’s words were meant to comfort and encourage an ancient church suffering persecution. But they still resonate to give us hope and strength no matter what we’re struggling with. Dr. David Jeremiah teaches on Jesus’ letter to the church in Smyrna.
In many parts of the world, the pain of persecution is a harsh daily reality for Christians. Dr. David Jeremiah continues his series on Jesus’ letters to seven types of churches, with a focus on the persecuted church. Having endured the agony of crucifixion, Christ’s words to the suffering are well worth taking to heart.
How many features of heaven can you name? If you can only get as far as “pearly gates” and “streets of gold,” get ready to expand your heavenly horizons! Dr. David Jeremiah reveals more of the incredible sights that await us in our eternal home: what they look like and what they mean.
Before Jesus ascended into heaven, He said He was going to prepare a place for us. Have you ever tried to imagine what that place might be like? Dr. David Jeremiah returns to Revelation, filled with vivid descriptions of the incredible place being prepared for believers.
Things change so fast, so frequently, in this life, the only thing that seems permanent is the earth itself. But the Bible says even that will one day pass away. Dr. David Jeremiah takes a closer look at our current, fallen world… and a look ahead to the perfect world that’s soon to come.
"Jesus’ first coming was so significant, it changed everything – even the way we measure time. And His second coming will be even bigger. Dr. David Jeremiah reveals what God’s Word tells us to expect about Christ’s return in all its royal splendor and majesty."
We often describe nice locations as feeling like “heaven on earth.” Of course, that’s an exaggeration. But one day, believers will experience the real thing! Dr. David Jeremiah opens the Word to share its vivid descriptions of what that amazing – and very literal – heaven on earth will be like.
If you’re a Christian, your future in heaven is assured. But remember, there are people all around you who don’t know Jesus and face a very different future. Dr. David Jeremiah sheds light on both heaven and hell as he continues his look at the two judgements over which Christ will preside.
Even if you’ve never had a brush with the law in this world, you’ll face judgement day in the next. And the verdict you receive will be enforced for eternity. Dr. David Jeremiah considers two very different judgements over which Jesus Himself will preside: one triumphant, one tragic.
Considering man’s track record of violence, greed and corruption, it’s impossible to think we’ll ever experience peace on earth. But God’s Word says that one day we will! David Jeremiah continues his look at the thousand-year reign of Christ on earth – a time of unprecedented peace and prosperity.
They’re an iconic symbol of the end times: the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse. While most everyone has heard of them, how much do you really know about them? Dr. David Jeremiah turns the spotlight on these mysterious figures from Revelation chapter six and what they represent.
He’s one of the highest-profile figures of the end times, yet it’s alarming how little is known about him. Dr. David Jeremiah reveals what the Bible does tell us about the Antichrist —the mysterious man who will unite the world but do so with an agenda of evil.
It’s the most anticipated rescue of all time: the return of Christ for His Church. But the rapture might also be the most misunderstood occurrence. Dr. David Jeremiah explains why the rapture won’t occur as a single, spectacular event, but rather a sequence of events.
Microchip technology has made our lives more convenient and our workplaces more productive. But has it also paved the way for the mark of the Beast? Dr. David Jeremiah turns to Revelation chapter thirteen and explores this often-misunderstood term.
If your idea of worship is limited to the songs you sing in church, you’re missing out on the fulfilling 24/7 lifestyle it’s intended to be. Dr. David Jeremiah opens God’s Word for a description of what worship will be like in Heaven, where you will finally be able to offer your praises without restraint or distraction.