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April 21, 2018

War in Heaven

Spiritual warfare may be a familiar concept, but the ultimate spiritual battle will be like nothing mankind has ever known. Dr. David Jeremiah ponders the cosmic showdown between good and evil.

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Dr. Jeremiah’s Contemporary Commentary on the Book of Revelation

Dr. Jeremiah’s Commentary on the Book of Revelation

This exploration of Revelation is shocking and eye-opening, but also consistently uplifting – a vital message for our time.

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100 Bible Verses Everyone Should Know by Heart

100 Bible Verses Everyone Should Know by Heart

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How to Overcome Satan

How to Overcome Satan

Overcoming is mentioned seven times in Revelation 2-3 where Christ addressed the churches.

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Revelation Prophecy Chart

Revelation Prophecy Chart

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The Personal Nature of Revelation

The Personal Nature of Revelation

Who Are the 144,000 Witnesses?

Who Are the 144,000 Witnesses?

This Is the Moment God's People Have Been Waiting For

The Moment God's People Have Been Waiting For

The Importance of Symbolism in Revelation

The Importance of Symbolism in Revelation

100 BIBLE VERSES EVERYONE SHOULD KNOW BY HEART

Here’s why you should know Psalm 23:1 by heart...

The LORD is my shepherd; there is nothing I lack.

The Twenty-third Psalm has been a source of strength and comfort for three thousand years. It is the most beloved poem in history, the most memorized passage in the Bible, and the most vivid allegory ever written. Some years ago when I went through a difficult period and couldn’t sleep for anxiety, I found rest at night by repeating this psalm in my mind. It had a calming power found nowhere else.

As a boy-shepherd, David saw that his relationship with his flock was like the Lord’s relationship with him. He was utterly dependent on someone to care for him.

Unlike many animals, sheep can’t make it on their own. They can’t fight with their hoofs or teeth. They can’t track down food. They can’t run very easily, or dig holes, or climb trees to escape predators. They can’t kick or bite. They need a shepherd to care for them, just as we do. That’s why Psalm 23 doesn’t say, “The Lord is a shepherd,” or “The Lord is the shepherd.” It says, “The Lord is my shepherd.” And if He is my Shepherd, I will not lack.

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