We can’t always see it coming. We can’t always prevent it. But when trouble enters our life, we can overcome it. Dr. David Jeremiah turns to Psalm 46 for practical, proven strategies to gain victory over the crises that come our way.
You probably know someone who’s dealing with such painful problems, you wouldn’t want to be in their shoes. Aren’t you glad God never feels that way? Dr. David Jeremiah offers assurance that no crisis intimidates our Creator. He’s always in control.
Have you ever been caught in a storm because of an incorrect weather report? The storms of life are even less predictable. Dr. David Jeremiah turns to Psalm 107 for counsel on finding peace and purpose during life’s unexpected storms.
Sometimes we struggle to see beyond our desperation . But there’s always hope. Dr. David Jeremiah offers counsel from Psalm 107 to help us see beyond our immediate circumstances when we’re feeling helpless.
Discouragement often pairs with its ally, fatigue, to attack slowly and stealthily. Can they be defeated? Dr. David Jeremiah shares a five-step battle plan for victory, based on the outpouring of King David’s heart in Psalm 142.
Mired in myth and misconception, it is one of the most misunderstood topics in Scripture. When it comes to heaven, do you know all that you should? Dr. David Jeremiah studies the paradise God created to be our eternal home.
When Jesus said, “Blessed are the poor in spirit,” was He referring to material poverty? A sour attitude? Or something else entirely? Dr. David Jeremiah considers the meaning behind this first Beatitude and how it can help us experience deep joy and satisfaction.
"If you’ve experienced pain and grief in your life, Jesus said there’s a special kind of blessing reserved just for you. Dr. David Jeremiah sheds light on that blessing, and into the mystery of how God can turn sorrow into satisfaction."
Where are the souls of those who have passed from this life into the next? Dr. David Jeremiah shares the parable of Lazarus and the rich man, which paints a clear picture of the answer.
Being assured of Christ's return and your eternity in heaven is life-changing. But has it changed the way you think? Dr. David Jeremiah examines the relationship between our thoughts about heaven and how we should live here on earth.