When Nehemiah saw that sin had crept into his beloved Jerusalem, he didn’t think it over or form a committee. He took decisive action to remove the problem! Dr. David Jeremiah says we should take the same approach when dealing with the enemy.
If you’ve ever worked hard to reach a goal like losing weight or becoming debt-free, you know that’s when the real work begins. Dr. David Jeremiah explains how just a few moments of compromise can set back years of progress. Nehemiah saw it in ancient Israel, and if you’re not careful, you can see it in your Christian walk.
In today’s culture of isolation and entitlement, the concept of people joining together to express gratitude to God is almost unheard of. Dr. David Jeremiah explains why such an outpouring was so important in helping the nation of Israel restore fellowship with God—and why it can do the same for us.
"When you see a need, do you immediately volunteer to help? Or do you wait to be asked? Dr. David Jeremiah says the church needs both kinds of helpers, as long as they have the genuine heart of a servant. "
In Nehemiah’s day, Jerusalem needed people willing to serve in a wide range of important roles. The Church needs that same willingness in our own generation. Dr. David Jeremiah shares Nehemiah’s vision for repopulating Jerusalem—a plan built on the commitment of its people.
What’s the first step in becoming a better steward of your money? Understanding that it’s not your money! Today, Dr. David Jeremiah looks at the practice of biblical giving.
Do you want to practice better stewardship with your money? First, understand that it’s not your money. Dr. David Jeremiah continues his focus on giving, a discipline joyfully embraced by the ancient Jews to honor God for His provision.
Can being more faithful with your tithes and offerings help you experience spiritual revival? It certainly did for ancient Israel. Dr. David Jeremiah looks at how God’s people—then and now—are blessed by committing themselves to biblical giving.
When it comes to living out your faith, do you walk the walk? Or just talk the talk? Dr. David Jeremiah returns to the Old Testament book of Nehemiah, where the nation of Israel learns the importance of actually practicing what they’ve been preaching.
It’s the reason mankind was created, and it’s the main focus of Scripture. But the Bible doesn’t tell us exactly how to do it. Dr. David Jeremiah considers what it means to worship God—both the process and the practice of praising our Lord.
When it comes to your Christian faith, do you know for sure that what you believe is true? In a world that says truth is relative, it's vital to be certain. Today on Turning Point, Dr. David Jeremiah begins a series in First John that was written to answer the question: how do you know if you've been born again?
Do you wonder why you’re not feeling the joy Christians are supposed to experience? Maybe you’re being robbed! Dr. David Jeremiah looks at some of the things believers do that rob them of joy. He calls them “The Games Christians Play.”
Do you feel as though your Christian walk has come to a standstill? Does your spiritual health need a booster shot? Dr. David Jeremiah begins a series designed to re-energize your relationship with God: Ten Steps to Spiritual Renewal. We’ll see how God revitalized the passion of His people.
Reading the Bible offers countless benefits for your Christian walk. But is it enough to revitalize your relationship with God? Dr. David Jeremiah returns to the book of Nehemiah, which makes it clear that obedience is also vital to spiritual revival.
What are you afraid of? Are your fears driving your decisions? Ruining your relationships? Compromising your walk with God? Dr. David Jeremiah considers the power of fear, and how fear can be conquered by the even greater power of its opposite, as revealed in the book of First John.