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8/27/2016
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Our generation loves knowledge. But beware of reducing God just to make Him more understandable. Dr. David Jeremiah considers the right and wrong ways to pursue the knowledge of God.

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Our generation loves knowledge. But beware of reducing God just to make Him more understandable. Dr. David Jeremiah considers the right and wrong ways to pursue the knowledge of God.

8/26/2016
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He’s been sitting silently for 31 chapters, listening to Job and his friends argue over why he is suffering. Now, at last, he is about to speak. Dr. David Jeremiah introduces us to Elihu – the quiet man who is younger than all the rest, but who might prove to be wise beyond his years.

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He’s been sitting silently for 31 chapters, listening to Job and his friends argue over why he is suffering. Now, at last, he is about to speak. Dr. David Jeremiah introduces us to Elihu – the quiet man who is younger than all the rest, but who might prove to be wise beyond his years.

8/25/2016
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The book of Job is one of extreme contrasts, and nowhere is this more evident than the shift from the happy memories of chapter 29 and the harsh realities of chapter 30. Dr. David Jeremiah considers how such a change would lead many to abandon God, but led Job to lay his life before Him.

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The book of Job is one of extreme contrasts, and nowhere is this more evident than the shift from the happy memories of chapter 29 and the harsh realities of chapter 30. Dr. David Jeremiah considers how such a change would lead many to abandon God, but led Job to lay his life before Him.

8/24/2016
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When you’re hurting in the present, do your thoughts turn to the past? It’s human nature, and it’s what Job found himself doing in the midst of his torment. Dr. David Jeremiah walks down memory lane with Job as he remembers what life was like before his season of suffering.

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When you’re hurting in the present, do your thoughts turn to the past? It’s human nature, and it’s what Job found himself doing in the midst of his torment. Dr. David Jeremiah walks down memory lane with Job as he remembers what life was like before his season of suffering.

8/23/2016
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Here in the Information Age, we love the pursuit of knowledge. But beware of reducing God just to make Him more understandable. Dr. David Jeremiah continues his series in Job – Tried, Tested and Triumphant – with a focus on the right and wrong ways to pursue the knowledge of God.

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Here in the Information Age, we love the pursuit of knowledge. But beware of reducing God just to make Him more understandable. Dr. David Jeremiah continues his series in Job – Tried, Tested and Triumphant – with a focus on the right and wrong ways to pursue the knowledge of God.

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8/29/2016
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It can be dangerous to assume that wisdom comes with age. If you need proof, look no further than Elihu, the young man speaking truth into Job’s life. Dr. David Jeremiah continues his look at the eye-opening insights this brash youngster shares with Job, eternal truths that continue to resonate with believers today.

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It can be dangerous to assume that wisdom comes with age. If you need proof, look no further than Elihu, the young man speaking truth into Job’s life. Dr. David Jeremiah continues his look at the eye-opening insights this brash youngster shares with Job, eternal truths that continue to resonate with believers today.

8/30/2016
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If you’ve ever been treated wrongly and wondered why God didn’t make it right, you might be tempted to think that God is unfair. But isn’t God always just? Dr. David Jeremiah examines that question which arises in the story of Job.

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If you’ve ever been treated wrongly and wondered why God didn’t make it right, you might be tempted to think that God is unfair. But isn’t God always just? Dr. David Jeremiah examines that question which arises in the story of Job.

8/31/2016
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We often hear and speak of the greatness of God, but do we ever stop to consider all the ways in which He is great? Of course, that could – and will – take an eternity, but Dr. David Jeremiah looks at four key ways in which we can clearly experience the greatness of God.

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We often hear and speak of the greatness of God, but do we ever stop to consider all the ways in which He is great? Of course, that could – and will – take an eternity, but Dr. David Jeremiah looks at four key ways in which we can clearly experience the greatness of God.

9/1/2016
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Imagine being in God’s presence and having the chance to ask all the questions you’d been saving for Him – only to have God turn the tables and ask questions of you! Dr. David Jeremiah shares how this happened to Job, and how it left him – not surprisingly – speechless.

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Imagine being in God’s presence and having the chance to ask all the questions you’d been saving for Him – only to have God turn the tables and ask questions of you! Dr. David Jeremiah shares how this happened to Job, and how it left him – not surprisingly – speechless.

9/2/2016
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If you’re going through a season of suffering, you’ll appreciate the lessons, the perspective and the hope found in the book of Job. Dr. David Jeremiah reveals how Job’s story resolves, and how his experience with suffering can help you get through yours.

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If you’re going through a season of suffering, you’ll appreciate the lessons, the perspective and the hope found in the book of Job. Dr. David Jeremiah reveals how Job’s story resolves, and how his experience with suffering can help you get through yours.