If the world's troubles distract you from your calling in Christ, remember: this world is not your home! Embrace that perspective as Dr. David Jeremiah offers tools and insights to help you obey the Bible’s command to “keep your heart fixed on things above.”
Now more than ever, it’s vital to stay focused on Christ. But how can we do that when the world is in such a volatile state? Today, Dr. David Jeremiah reveals how the apostle Paul addressed this issue when Colossian believers asked the same question.
When the world is spiraling out of control, it’s natural to isolate, but is that what God wants? Today, Dr. David Jeremiah shares the biblical attitude believers ought to embody.
God never promised believers an easy life; in fact, just the opposite. To make the hard times easier, He created us to connect with one another. Today, Dr. David Jeremiah continues his look at God's design for community and offers some excellent reasons not to go through life alone.
We are more connected today than ever in history, thanks to the Internet and social media. Yet ironically, we’re also more isolated. Dr. David Jeremiah examines this paradox in light of the fact that God created us for community.
Do you wonder why some believers are able to weather any storm while others are blown away by the slightest wind? Often, the difference is diligence. Dr. David Jeremiah takes a closer look at this important, but often-misunderstood, term.
When you anticipate something big, do you tend to stop everything else? That’s normal, but it’s not how Christians should await Christ’s return. Dr. David Jeremiah considers what God’s Word means when it instructs believers to be diligent.
If this word isn’t in your vocabulary, it should be: Edification. It carries the idea of building one another up. Today, Dr. David Jeremiah explains why every believer should understand what edification is—and what it isn’t—as we stand against our culture of destruction.
The unrest in today’s world has many living in fear, and the same was true in Jesus’ time. Today, Dr. David Jeremiah considers how Christ eased those concerns with keys for overcoming a troubled heart.
In a culture that caters to mankind’s inclination to tear down and destroy, Christians are called to build others up. How well are you doing? Dr. David Jeremiah offers tools to help you fulfill the Bible’s command for Christians to be a force for encouragement.
What should God's people do until Christ returns? Today, Dr. David Jeremiah begins a series to answer that question from several perspectives with wisdom from God’s Word.
In a culture that equates failure with weakness and prizes success at any cost, is it any wonder so many people are paralyzed by the fear of failure? Dr. David Jeremiah explains how this fear afflicted some well-known figures of the Bible and how God responded to them.
As we begin a special series of messages to prepare our hearts and minds to celebrate our risen Savior on Easter Sunday, Dr. David Jeremiah takes a closer look at Jesus' unspeakable pain and humiliation in sacrificing His life for each of us.
What do you do when the world seems to be spiraling out of control? If you isolate and hunker down, you’re not alone. But is that what God wants? Today, Dr. David Jeremiah shares the biblical attitude believers ought to embody, especially during difficult times.
The unrest in today’s world has many people living in fear, but the same was true in Jesus’ time. Today on Turning Point, Dr. David Jeremiah considers how Christ eased those concerns with keys for overcoming a troubled heart.