It’s easy to become lonely and discouraged when we focus on our problems. The solution? Focus on God’s ability to overcome them! Dr. David Jeremiah returns to Psalm 142, which powerfully illustrates the journey from loneliness and defeat to fulfillment and victory.
David was far from alone as he hid in a cave with four hundred other men, but he was overcome by the pain of loneliness. Today Dr. David Jeremiah turns to Psalm 142, which not only gives voice to King David’s loneliness but offers help when we experience it.
The friendship of David and Jonathan is more than just a biblical example of companionship. It’s proof that God doesn’t want His children to suffer the pain of loneliness. Dr. David Jeremiah examines this beautiful friendship, and shares insights to help us find – and be – the kind of friend that keeps loneliness at bay.
Everyone gets older. But not everyone grows older. Understanding the difference between the two is crucial for a life of meaning and fulfillment. Today Dr. David Jeremiah continues his look at Caleb and considers the physical, mental, and spiritual growth we’re meant to experience in every stage of life – including our senior years.
The Bible has a lot to say about the single life, and both the married and unmarried can benefit from it. Today, Dr. David Jeremiah shares what the apostle Paul taught about avoiding loneliness.
In a culture that celebrates youth and vitality, the prospect of growing older can leave us feeling frightened and lonely. How will we fit into the world of tomorrow? Dr. David Jeremiah turns to the Old Testament story of Caleb for assurance that old age can’t keep us from doing great things.
The passage of time is unbearable when you’re lonely, as each tick of the clock seems to underscore the emptiness you feel. Dr. David Jeremiah reminds us that God’s timing is perfect and shares biblical examples of how He always breaks through people’s loneliness at just the right moment.
Even though Scripture doesn't contain the word “loneliness,” its pages are filled with stories of people who experienced it profoundly. Dr. David Jeremiah shares the accounts of those people and how God’s presence transformed their lives. Find assurance that God will meet you in the midst of your loneliness.
Are you single and feeling lonely? Dr. David Jeremiah suggests taking inventory of all the blessings God has given you and filling the void with a spirit of gratitude. Today David returns to 1 Corinthians for Paul’s words to the unmarried and encouragement to become active for God.
Whether you’re married or unmarried, you need to know what the Bible says about the single life: how to think of it, live it, and keep loneliness at bay. Dr. David Jeremiah shares what the apostle Paul wrote about living a fulfilling life as a single.
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.
In the Old Testament, we read about the Angel of the Lord, who is more powerful than other angels – seemingly divine. Who is He? Dr. David Jeremiah takes us into the Scriptures for a closer look at this figure to clear up the mystery and misinformation that often surround Him.
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.
How would you react if you found yourself face-to-face with an angel? Fearful? Awestruck? Would you even know it was an angel? Today, Dr. David Jeremiah considers this question and offers insights from God's Word to help you separate angel fact from fiction.
Before God revealed Himself to us in the person of Jesus, He sometimes appeared as another figure: the Angel of the Lord. Dr. David Jeremiah continues his look at these appearances of God to His people: what they meant then, and what they mean for believers now.