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7/29/2016
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How many times have your life’s most painful chapters produced your most valuable lessons? Do you see the purpose in the pain you endure? Dr. David Jeremiah gives insights to help you see life’s challenges as opportunities to grow.

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How many times have your life’s most painful chapters produced your most valuable lessons? Do you see the purpose in the pain you endure? Dr. David Jeremiah gives insights to help you see life’s challenges as opportunities to grow.

7/28/2016
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Do you ever feel like Satan has been given special permission to torment you, and only you? That’s the backdrop to the story of Job. Dr. David Jeremiah reminds us that, ultimately, God is – and always will be – completely in control. It’s a lesson worth taking to heart.

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Do you ever feel like Satan has been given special permission to torment you, and only you? That’s the backdrop to the story of Job. Dr. David Jeremiah reminds us that, ultimately, God is – and always will be – completely in control. It’s a lesson worth taking to heart.

7/27/2016
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How should Christians respond when calamity strikes? Is it possible to grieve and still be godly? Dr. David Jeremiah offers answers from Job, who suffered more tragedy than perhaps anyone in history, yet remained faithful even in his grief. What can you take away from Job’s example?

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How should Christians respond when calamity strikes? Is it possible to grieve and still be godly? Dr. David Jeremiah offers answers from Job, who suffered more tragedy than perhaps anyone in history, yet remained faithful even in his grief. What can you take away from Job’s example?

7/26/2016
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When we go through hardship, we look to one biblical figure as the role model of godliness and perseverance: Job. Dr. David Jeremiah begins a series in Job, Tried, Tested and Triumphant, proving that the Bible’s oldest book still has timeless truths and clear instruction for today’s generation.

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When we go through hardship, we look to one biblical figure as the role model of godliness and perseverance: Job. Dr. David Jeremiah begins a series in Job, Tried, Tested and Triumphant, proving that the Bible’s oldest book still has timeless truths and clear instruction for today’s generation.

7/25/2016
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Have you noticed: the longer you wait, the less confident you become in what you’re waiting for? How can Christians remain hopeful as we await the return of Christ? Dr. David Jeremiah offers biblical tools for developing confidence while we wait.

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Have you noticed: the longer you wait, the less confident you become in what you’re waiting for? How can Christians remain hopeful as we await the return of Christ? Dr. David Jeremiah offers biblical tools for developing confidence while we wait.

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7/30/2016
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How should Christians respond when calamity strikes? Can we grieve and still be godly? Dr. David Jeremiah offers answers from Job, who remained faithful in the face of tragedy.

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How should Christians respond when calamity strikes? Can we grieve and still be godly? Dr. David Jeremiah offers answers from Job, who remained faithful in the face of tragedy.

8/1/2016
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It’s one thing when the enemy attacks the circumstances around you. It’s quite another when the assault moves inside. Dr. David Jeremiah returns our focus to Job, whose faith and steadfastness have been hard-hit by despair and discouragement.

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It’s one thing when the enemy attacks the circumstances around you. It’s quite another when the assault moves inside. Dr. David Jeremiah returns our focus to Job, whose faith and steadfastness have been hard-hit by despair and discouragement.

8/2/2016
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It’s been called “the common cold of the soul,” and Christians are no more immune to it than anyone else. Dr. David Jeremiah looks at depression as it infiltrated Job’s life after so much tragedy. Do you know how to spot the signs of depression, or how to respond if you struggle with it?

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It’s been called “the common cold of the soul,” and Christians are no more immune to it than anyone else. Dr. David Jeremiah looks at depression as it infiltrated Job’s life after so much tragedy. Do you know how to spot the signs of depression, or how to respond if you struggle with it?

8/3/2016
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If you’re looking for examples of what not to say to a friend who’s hurting, look no further than the words of Job’s friends. Dr. David Jeremiah takes us through their awkward, unhelpful and painful comments, and offers alternative suggestions that can bring God’s peace and comfort to those in need.

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If you’re looking for examples of what not to say to a friend who’s hurting, look no further than the words of Job’s friends. Dr. David Jeremiah takes us through their awkward, unhelpful and painful comments, and offers alternative suggestions that can bring God’s peace and comfort to those in need.

8/4/2016
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Sometimes the best thing you can say to someone who’s hurting… is nothing. Dr. David Jeremiah shares Job’s response to the friend who said all the wrong things during the lowest point in his life – a lesson we can apply today as we comfort those in pain around us.

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Sometimes the best thing you can say to someone who’s hurting… is nothing. Dr. David Jeremiah shares Job’s response to the friend who said all the wrong things during the lowest point in his life – a lesson we can apply today as we comfort those in pain around us.