Compared to the vague and inaccurate predictions made by today’s so-called psychics, the Bible’s prophecies are astonishingly detailed and precise. Dr. David Jeremiah examines an event that sets the clock in motion for Daniel’s prophecy of the seventy weeks and underscores that pinpoint accuracy.
Daniel asked God to show him what would happen to one nation at one point in time. God answered by showing what will happen to all nations until the time of Christ’s return! Dr. David Jeremiah continues his look at the prophecy of the seventy weeks, what it reveals about our future and our God.
It’s been called “the backbone of all prophecy,” the key to understanding Revelation and other prophetic Scriptures. Dr. David Jeremiah guides us into the seventy weeks described in Daniel chapter nine, shedding light on the meaning behind the mysteries in this picturesque passage.
Some people naturally exude a spirit of deep, authentic worship, while for others it seems forced and awkward. Do you ever wonder why? Dr. David Jeremiah reveals how our worship life is the direct result of our prayer life, and why it’s so important to pray with the right focus.
The Bible says that Daniel prayed fervently. Does “fervent” describe your prayer life? Dr. David Jeremiah examines this quality, and offers pointers for living your faith more effectively.
Do your prayers sound like a wish list of things you want God to give you? Or do you dig deeper, confessing your sin with a contrite heart? Dr. David Jeremiah continues his look at Daniel’s prayer and explains why confession, while painful, is vital to your spiritual growth.
The Bible says that Daniel prayed fervently. Does “fervent” describe your prayer life? What does fervent even look like in the life of a believer? Dr. David Jeremiah examines this quality in Daniel’s life, and offers practical pointers for a prayer life – and a faith – that are more vibrant and effective.
Daniel’s prayer in chapter nine is one of the most powerful passages in all of Scripture, with principles you can apply to your own prayer life. Dr. David Jeremiah examines the prayer he calls a masterpiece.
You would expect to find Alexander the Great and Antiochus Epiphanes in the pages of history books. But did you know they’re also in the Bible? Dr. David Jeremiah reveals the detailed prophecies foretelling the rise of these two prominent rulers, and shares how God used them to set the stage for the Antichrist.
The study of prophecy should involve more than just your mind. Look at Daniel, for example. Dr. David Jeremiah explains that, when it came to interpreting his visions, Daniel became both intellectually and emotionally involved.
Like Daniel, are you facing a den of lions? Maybe at your work or school, where you might be treated unfairly because of your faith? Dr. David Jeremiah offers help for surviving the lions in your life.
The more you build yourself up, the further you have to fall. The danger of pride is the focus today, as Dr. David Jeremiah explains how a king’s pride triggered a warning from the hand of God.
For seven years, the world will undergo a series of terrifying plagues and disasters known as the Tribulation. Will the Church be spared from this time of judgment? Dr. David Jeremiah tackles that question and explains why God would permit such a horrible thing to happen at all.
Do you wonder who the Antichrist might be? Dr. David Jeremiah says while we can’t yet know who the Antichrist is, we can certainly know what he is – by understanding Daniel chapter seven.
The variety of ways in which mankind has learned to sin is tragically large, and growing larger. Yet at its root, most sin comes from a single source. Dr. David Jeremiah looks at pride. If you’ve read the Bible, you know how severely God deals with pride, but never more so than with Nebuchadnezzar.