The more you build yourself up, the further you have to fall. That’s one of the dangers of pride, powerfully illustrated in the book of Daniel. Dr. David Jeremiah shares the story of how a king’s out-of-control pride not only brought down a great civilization, but triggered a dire warning straight from the hand of God.
The variety of ways in which mankind has learned to sin is tragically large, and growing larger. Yet at its root, most sin comes from a single source. Dr. David Jeremiah looks at pride. If you’ve read the Bible, you know how severely God deals with pride, but never more so than with Nebuchadnezzar.
Some people come to the Lord because they have no one else to turn to after years of prideful living. Maybe you know one of those believers. Maybe you are one. Dr. David Jeremiah considers one of the Bible’s most dramatic examples of that transformation, in the life of King Nebuchadnezzar.
The story of Shadrach, Meshach and Abednego didn’t end when God delivered them from the fiery furnace. Do you know what happened next? Dr. David Jeremiah returns to the book of Daniel to focus on God’s faithfulness in our times of trouble.
Is your faith strong enough to help you stand alone in a mob of three hundred thousand? Dr. David Jeremiah shares the story of three men who fearlessly refused to go along with the crowd.
It’s easy to get caught up in the drama of how God delivered Shadrach, Meshach and Abednego from the fiery furnace. But have you considered why He did it? Dr. David Jeremiah offers four reasons why God delivered the young men from the fire, and what those reasons mean for us.
It’s one thing to resist peer pressure when you’re among a few friends. But is your faith strong enough to stand alone in a crowd of three hundred thousand? Dr. David Jeremiah shares the story of three faithful men who fearlessly stood up for the One True God and refused to go along with the crowd.
Do you have the courage of your convictions? You won’t know the answer when life is going well; the true test happens when the heat is on. Dr. David Jeremiah sets the stage for one of the Bible’s most vivid examples of someone demonstrating faith under fire.
When Jesus returns to establish His kingdom, it will be glorious – like no other event the world has ever known. Dr. David Jeremiah takes us through the timeline, and offers five qualities we can take to heart while awaiting Christ’s return.
If you have rock-solid faith in Christ, you’ll find comfort in the fact that Jesus is pictured as a stone in the book of Daniel! Dr. David Jeremiah considers this fascinating symbolism, and explains the meaning of the other images that appear in King Nebuchadnezzar’s prophetic dream.
The world tells us that accumulating wealth and possessions is the path to lasting joy. But God’s Word says that’s a lie, and gives us a better way. Dr. David Jeremiah highlights the night-and-day differences between investing in earthly treasures and making heavenly investments.
On the surface, the practice of tithing appears to be only about money. But in reality, when we tithe, we practice a variety of deeply important spiritual disciplines. Dr. David Jeremiah explains how tithing helps us grow in maturity and obedience as believers.
The Bible is clear that believers are called to tithe from the income they’re blessed with – to give back to God. But many only give excuses. Are you one of them? Dr. David Jeremiah looks at an Old Testament account of a people who chose excuses over obedience, and how God dealt with them.
It’s the focus of many a New Year’s resolution, and something the Bible addresses more than prayer, faith and love. It’s money. Dr. David Jeremiah helps us keep a proper, biblical perspective on our finances.
Throughout Scripture, the names of people and places are rich with meaning. Dr. David Jeremiah considers the powerful meaning of a name given to the Word of God: the Sword of the Spirit.