Jesus’ death on the cross was more than just another Roman execution. It was the fulfillment of His mission to serve all mankind. Today, Dr. David Jeremiah wraps up In Search of the Savior with a closer look at the key verse in Mark’s Gospel and encouragement to take it to heart.
Christians live in one world that operates in man’s economy, another in God’s economy. Today, Dr. David Jeremiah shares the difference between storing treasures on earth and in heaven.
When Jesus spoke of His death, the disciples didn’t understand the significance. Over two thousand years later, many still don’t. Dr. David Jeremiah unpacks one of Jesus’ best-known teachings on His coming death and resurrection – what it meant for His followers then and now.
Today, Dr. David Jeremiah considers why thankfulness is a natural – or rather, supernatural – by-product of the Christian life.
God’s economy puts no value in earthly wealth or status, and great value on faith and humility. In which economy would you rather be rich? Dr. David Jeremiah returns to Mark 10 and considers the ongoing tension between the two worlds in which believers live: heaven and earth.
It’s easy to say we’d follow God wherever He leads. But leaving our comfort zone and actually doing it is a different matter. Dr. David Jeremiah shares a vivid example of how to overcome the fear that may be keeping you from following God’s plan for your life.
Whether or not you’ve verbalized it, there’s a question that’s been on your heart for your entire life that only God can answer: why am I here? Today on Turning Point, Dr. David Jeremiah looks at the lives of people in both the Old and New Testaments to find life’s true purpose.
It’s hard to be sure of God’s purpose for your life when you’re unsure of your own identity. How well do you know the real you? Today, Dr. David Jeremiah offers insights into discovering your unique identity in Christ and becoming who you were created to be.
He was one of the heroes of Bible history, yet Moses was very human as well—someone we can relate to and learn from. Today, Dr. David Jeremiah profiles this figure the Bible calls “the man of God,” “the servant of the Lord,” a friend of God and a great leader.
In a culture that has reduced Christmas to a commercial event, it’s more important than ever to maintain our focus on its true meaning. Dr. David Jeremiah launches this seasonal series with an exploration of the questions and answers surrounding Christ's birth.