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Turning Point

with Dr. David Jeremiah

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Turning Point with Dr. David Jeremiah

Turning Point's 30-minute radio program is heard on more than 2,200 stations worldwide. In recognition of Dr. Jeremiah’s commitment to teaching the Word of God, he received the Broadcaster of the Year Award in 1999 from the National Religious Broadcasters (NRB), in August 2002, received the Award of Merit from the Western Chapter of National Religious Broadcasters for Excellence in Broadcasting and Faithfulness in Service, and in 2006 Turning Point received the Best Radio Teaching Program Award.

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God's People and Prayer, Part 1

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.

God's Word and Prayer, Part 2

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. 

God's Word and Prayer, Part 1

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.

The Antiochus and the Antichrist, Part 2

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 Antiochus and the Antichrist, Part 1

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.