Most people don’t live or work in the spotlight. They spend their days largely unseen, which can make it hard to muster spiritual passion. If that’s you, take heart. Dr. David Jeremiah offers biblical assurance that you’re never alone. In fact, you’ve got an audience you should be passionate about pleasing!
Passion burns brightly in the early days of a relationship, but can easily fizzle as life goes on. Has that happened with your passion for God? Dr. David Jeremiah has just the message to rekindle that passion and ignite a desire to grow stronger in your faith through the highs and lows of life.
If you’ve ever eaten fruit that looked appetizing but left a bad taste in your mouth, you’ve experienced an important biblical truth. Today, Dr. David Jeremiah explains why producing spiritual fruit means more than just the things you say and do outwardly; it includes your interior life as well.
The Bible says mature believers are like trees firmly planted. But that’s not the only way we resemble trees. Christians also produce fruit! Dr. David Jeremiah continues his series on spiritual growth by examining that fruit—evidence to others of the difference Jesus has made in our lives.
True satisfaction in this life can only be found in the center of God’s will. How do you get there? As Joshua found, it’s through obedience. Today on Turning Point, Dr. David Jeremiah takes a closer look at Joshua and what we can learn from his vivid example of obedience.
You were born with a question that only God can answer: why am I here? Today, Dr. David Jeremiah looks for the answer in the lives of people we read about in God’s Word.
Like every good father, God wants His children to be prosperous and successful, although not necessarily how the world defines those terms. Today, Dr. David Jeremiah considers how this truth was dramatically demonstrated in the life of Joshua.
When you read the Bible, is it from a sense of obligation? Is it like a ritual? Or is it because you know that reading God’s Word will do great things in your life? Today on Turning Point, Dr. David Jeremiah shares some crystal-clear examples of the Bible’s power in the life of the believer.
It’s a sword and a hammer. A lamp and a mirror. Water and fire. It reveals the very heart of God, and hopefully it’s in your heart as well. It’s the Bible, and today on Turning Point, Dr. David Jeremiah considers why it is so vital and valuable in the life of a believer.
If you’re looking for role models, the Bible is filled with great people of faith. Among them, Moses stands apart as one of the finest examples. Today, Dr. David Jeremiah continues his look at Moses, an inspiring man of faith for anyone who’s serious about their spiritual growth.
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.