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6/23/2018
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Even with his wisdom, there were things Solomon couldn’t understand – like how God could allow injustice. Dr. David Jeremiah examines the dangers of trying to make God fit our ideas about the world.

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Even with his wisdom, there were things Solomon couldn’t understand – like how God could allow injustice. Dr. David Jeremiah examines the dangers of trying to make God fit our ideas about the world.

6/22/2018
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If you think wisdom is about possessing knowledge, you’re half right. Wisdom is also about understanding that not all things can be known. Dr. David Jeremiah reminds us to be grateful for what we can know – and what we can’t – as God reveals the tiny pieces of His plan for our lives.

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If you think wisdom is about possessing knowledge, you’re half right. Wisdom is also about understanding that not all things can be known. Dr. David Jeremiah reminds us to be grateful for what we can know – and what we can’t – as God reveals the tiny pieces of His plan for our lives.

6/21/2018
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In the midst of trouble, have you ever wondered, “What possible good can come from this?” King Solomon had the same question, and shared his answers in the book of Ecclesiastes. Dr. David Jeremiah offers more of Solomon’s God-given wisdom.

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In the midst of trouble, have you ever wondered, “What possible good can come from this?” King Solomon had the same question, and shared his answers in the book of Ecclesiastes. Dr. David Jeremiah offers more of Solomon’s God-given wisdom.

6/20/2018
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At first glance, the Bible is filled with paradoxes like “the first shall be last,” and “love your enemies.” Turning conventional wisdom upside-down reveals deeper truth, and Dr. David Jeremiah explores several examples from Solomon’s book of Ecclesiastes.

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At first glance, the Bible is filled with paradoxes like “the first shall be last,” and “love your enemies.” Turning conventional wisdom upside-down reveals deeper truth, and Dr. David Jeremiah explores several examples from Solomon’s book of Ecclesiastes.

6/19/2018
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The old saying, “Money can’t buy happiness,” is accurate, but incomplete. The truth is: if you’re trying to live without God, nothing will be fully satisfying. Dr. David Jeremiah examines this truth expressed by wise King Solomon as he looked back on the lessons he learned over the course of his life.

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The old saying, “Money can’t buy happiness,” is accurate, but incomplete. The truth is: if you’re trying to live without God, nothing will be fully satisfying. Dr. David Jeremiah examines this truth expressed by wise King Solomon as he looked back on the lessons he learned over the course of his life.

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6/25/2018
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The more you study Solomon’s writings, the more you’ll appreciate the perspective of wisdom. But just as impressive is the power of wisdom. Dr. David Jeremiah considers four examples of wisdom’s incredible power, straight from Solomon himself.

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The more you study Solomon’s writings, the more you’ll appreciate the perspective of wisdom. But just as impressive is the power of wisdom. Dr. David Jeremiah considers four examples of wisdom’s incredible power, straight from Solomon himself.

6/26/2018
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What kind of wisdom should be avoided at all cost? Being wise in our own eyes. The sin of pride is in the hot seat as Dr. David Jeremiah shares wisdom and practical tips from King Solomon on living a happy, humble life in his message, “Facing Life with Humility.”

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What kind of wisdom should be avoided at all cost? Being wise in our own eyes. The sin of pride is in the hot seat as Dr. David Jeremiah shares wisdom and practical tips from King Solomon on living a happy, humble life in his message, “Facing Life with Humility.”

6/27/2018
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When you start to think too highly of yourself, what usually happens? Life has a way of humbling you. Often publicly. Always painfully. Dr. David Jeremiah points out these are teachable moments, as God wants us to learn to trust only Him for our future and fulfillment.

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When you start to think too highly of yourself, what usually happens? Life has a way of humbling you. Often publicly. Always painfully. Dr. David Jeremiah points out these are teachable moments, as God wants us to learn to trust only Him for our future and fulfillment.

6/28/2018
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The Bible talks about it often, but most of us would rather not. Dr. David Jeremiah discusses death. What did King Solomon – the wisest man who ever lived – have to say about this uncomfortable topic?

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The Bible talks about it often, but most of us would rather not. Dr. David Jeremiah discusses death. What did King Solomon – the wisest man who ever lived – have to say about this uncomfortable topic?

6/29/2018
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In a perfect world, the job would go to the most qualified, the victory to the better team, and the award to the most deserving. But in the real world, life isn’t fair. Dr. David Jeremiah continues his look at death with an encouragement to live life to its fullest, even when it’s less than fair.

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In a perfect world, the job would go to the most qualified, the victory to the better team, and the award to the most deserving. But in the real world, life isn’t fair. Dr. David Jeremiah continues his look at death with an encouragement to live life to its fullest, even when it’s less than fair.