Slaying the Giant of Discouragement (Pt. 2)
Are you an optimist or a pessimist? Your perspective will determine how you navigate through life’s decisions and will shape your attitude toward those around you. Dr. David Jeremiah points out the absurdity of trying to solve life’s problems on our own and resorting to prayer only if our efforts fail. David gives the key to a successful perspective in life: Go to the Word.
Slaying the Giant of Discouragement
When we’re tired and things start to pile up around the house—whether it’s bills or laundry—discouragement can set in. In this message, Dr. David Jeremiah gives the best advice to remember when fatigue makes us vulnerable to discouragement. It’s the simple but profound lesson the apostle Paul gave to the New Testament churches: Do not lose heart.
Slaying the Giants of Fear (Pt. 2)
This two-word phrase appears hundreds of times in the Bible to bolster and encourage believers: “fear not.” Clearly, God knows how harmful fear can be. Dr. David Jeremiah continues his look at fear, with a focus on how to respond when you feel fear taking hold.
Slaying the Giants of Fear (Pt. 1)
What are you afraid of? Snakes? Public speaking? Dying? Fear is a natural instinct—part of God’s design for you. But left unchecked, well – as Dr. David Jeremiah explains, fear can become overwhelming, even paralyzing.
Gods Love Will Never Let You Go
If you’ve ever wondered if anything could come between God and His love for you, you’re in good company. The apostle Paul also considered it. Dr. David Jeremiah turns to Romans eight to examine Paul’s list of potential obstacles, and shares why every item on it fails to separate you from God’s love.
A Regal Dinner and a Royal Divorce (Pt. 1)
How does a Biblical book not mention God, or even prayer? What can be learned from it to help you today? Much! Let Dr. David Jeremiah begin sharing with you incredible things about the Book of Esther as he starts a study called "For Such a Time as This!"
Esther Becomes Queen (Pt. 1)
Writers are taught never to introduce a new character late in the story—especially not the title character. Thankfully, God isn’t subject to such conventions. Dr. David Jeremiah details Esther’s late arrival in her story and how it demonstrates the perfect nature of God’s timing.
Slaying the Giant of Procrastination
Do you consider “tomorrow” a dangerous word? If you’re a procrastinator, you might not realize the danger of putting things off till tomorrow. But countless dreams, and, more importantly, many decisions for Christ have never been realized because people delay decisions till tomorrow. David Jeremiah encourages us to be sensitive to God by responding today to the opportunities He gives us to serve Him.
Slaying the Giant of Doubt
We often think of doubt as a negative emotion. But viewed from a positive perspective, doubts have the potential to build an indestructible faith as one’s search for truth leads them to a relationship with Jesus Christ. Dr. David Jeremiah looks at doubt in the life of some biblical characters and shows how it led them to a new realization of God’s presence in their lives.
Esther Becomes Queen (Pt. 2)
Can God’s will ever be hindered by our failures? Dr. David Jeremiah considers that question as he continues our journey through the story of Esther—the faithful woman who always seemed to be in the right place at the right time to be used for God’s will.