It is both a sword and a hammer. It is as precious as silver and as practical as a seed. It reveals the heart of God and should reside in your heart as well. It’s the Bible, and today, Dr. David Jeremiah considers why it is so vital in the life of a believer.
Even when your physical life is over, you can still bring life to others. For Elisha, it was a very literal experience. Today, Dr. David Jeremiah shares biblical insights from Elisha’s life and death.
Scripture is filled with stories of God’s power helping the heroes of the Bible. But His power wasn’t just for heroes; it’s still available for every believer! Dr. David Jeremiah takes a closer look at the power that’s unleashed when you move from reading God’s Word to applying it.
You might have heard, read, and even studied the Word of God. But have you truly received it? Today, Dr. David Jeremiah shares a special message of encouragement from 1 Thessalonians to help you move from head-knowledge of God’s Word to heart-knowledge.
Even when your physical life is over, you have the opportunity to bring life to others. For Elisha, it was a literal experience. What will it be for you? Dr. David Jeremiah concludes his series about Elisha with biblical insights and life-giving lessons from Elisha’s life and death.
Why are Christians so diligent in most areas of life, yet so content with only partial victory in their spiritual lives, leaving the enemy free to attack again? Today, Dr. David Jeremiah considers this question, which is at the heart of one of the final scenes in the life of Elisha.
Living the Christian life isn’t meant to be a sprint, but a marathon—a consistent, step-by-step means of growing in your faith a little more each day. Dr. David Jeremiah returns to the life of Elisha and his encounter with a figure who perfectly embodies this principle.
Not every miracle is as dramatic as parting the Red Sea. Sometimes a miracle is as simple as pulling a tool out of a river. Today, Dr. David Jeremiah illustrates how no problem is too small for God.
Some people can put a negative spin on the best of news. Sadly, even some Christians make a habit of this. What does God think of such pessimism? Today, Dr. David Jeremiah shares what happens when a messenger greets good news with a doom-and-gloom attitude.
We live each day in the physical world, while all around us agents of good and evil exist in a realm that is unseen, at least most of the time. Today, Dr. David Jeremiah shares a rare instance when God allowed mankind to see that invisible realm, inspiring incredible confidence.
Being married doesn’t mean you can’t experience loneliness. In fact, loneliness in marriage is all too common and all too painful. Dr. David Jeremiah explores the causes and consequences of loneliness within marriage, as well as God’s model for the love between a husband and wife.
How do you pray: when problems come up or throughout your day? Today, Dr. David Jeremiah examines prayer and how it can bring you through seasons of trial.
Do you have the faith to ask God for a double portion of His blessing? Elisha did, and God answered in a big way. Dr. David Jeremiah begins a new series with a look at Elisha's character, his call, and how this Old Testament figure can help believers today.
Have you ever received a blessing and wondered what God was preparing you for? He might have blessed you simply because He loves you! As he continues his series on Elisha, Dr. David Jeremiah considers how believers ought to respond when blessed—or disappointed—by God.
When life gets tough, it’s hard to see past our troubles. But as we’ll discover from Joseph, God has a purpose behind the problems He allows into our life. Dr. David Jeremiah takes us to a dark chapter in Joseph’s story that vividly illustrates how God can use our present trials to bring about future blessings.