In school, testing is an opportunity to reveal our understanding. In life, testing is an opportunity to reveal our faith. Dr. David Jeremiah examines another iconic chapter in the life of Jesus, who is preparing His disciples for a test on the stormy Sea of Galilee.
With a word, Jesus cast out demons and cured diseases. No wonder thousands followed Him, hoping for a touch of His awesome power. Dr. David Jeremiah returns to Mark 1, the fast-moving Gospel that presents Jesus as the Servant of all.
Have you searched for the meaning of life without finding what you were looking for? God created us with a vacuum that only He can fill. Dr. David Jeremiah explains how Jesus Christ gives our life meaning and meets our every need.
If we don’t deal with trouble in our life, it can quickly turn into fear. David understood that, and his thoughts about fear could fill a book. Dr. David Jeremiah opens Psalm 27, a psalm of David, for wisdom in troubled times.
"Looking back on your life, do you wish you could forget your past? Or do you feel thankful for all that God has done for you? Dr. David Jeremiah turns to Psalm 92 for a look at the strong connection between memory and thankfulness, and how to cultivate an attitude of gratitude to God."
"From the beginning, God designed a plan to make sure we never have to be alone in this life. It’s the family. Dr. David Jeremiah offers practical tools from God’s Word to help you serve and strengthen your own family."
"A life of sin might lead you to believe one of two things: you got away with it, or God can’t possibly forgive you. Dr. David Jeremiah explains why both of these ideas are impossible, based on the promises in God’s Word."
"Are you living with regret over past mistakes? Do you wonder if you’ve sinned so much, even God can’t forgive you? Dr. David Jeremiah wants to encourage you. Listen as he opens the Psalms for powerful reassurance of God’s grace and forgiveness."
"It doesn’t seem fair, does it? Christians spend their lives loving others and helping those in need. Yet it seems unbelievers often receive favor and acclaim. Dr. David Jeremiah opens Psalm 73 to address the question: “Why Do Good Things Happen to Bad People?”
"Loving parents will do anything to shield their family from physical harm. But do you have what it takes to protect your family from spiritual harm? Dr. David Jeremiah returns to Psalm 127 for practical advice on how to avoid destructive influences and fortify your family with prayer."
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.
What are you afraid of? Losing a loved one? Changing careers? General uncertainty? Dr. David Jeremiah has some good news for you! Tune in as he shares encouragement from God’s Word that was written by a man who knew a thing or two about overcoming fear.
"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."
"The Bible is no ordinary book. Do you treasure it as the full revelation of God to mankind? Your answer can impact your life for eternity. Drawing from Psalm 19, Dr. David Jeremiah shares three ways God reveals Himself to us."
Some say nothing should stand in the way of your happiness. Others say happiness and holiness can’t coexist. What did Jesus say about happiness? Dr. David Jeremiah explores that very subject: How to be Happy According to Jesus. You might be surprised by what He has to say!