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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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Happy Are the Humble, Part 1

When Jesus said, “Blessed are the poor in spirit,” was He referring to material poverty? A sour attitude? Or something else entirely? Dr. David Jeremiah considers the meaning behind this first Beatitude and how it can help us experience deep joy and satisfaction. 

Life Outside the Amusement Park, Part 2

The harder you search for it, the harder it is to find. In fact, most people who find it were looking for something else altogether! Dr. David Jeremiah teaches the pursuit of happiness as taught by Christ in His Sermon on the Mount. 

Life Outside the Amusement Park, Part 1

Some say nothing should stand in the way of your happiness. Others say happiness and holiness can’t coexist. What did Jesus say about happiness? Dr. David Jeremiah explores that very subject: How to be Happy According to Jesus. You might be surprised by what He has to say! 

A Prayer for Wisdom

What can an ancient king teach today's leaders about wisdom? Through one of King Solomon's prayers, Dr. David Jeremiah shares the profile of a wise leader and the value of passionately pursuing the gift of godly wisdom. 

Tough-Minded About Heaven, Part 2

Looking forward to Christ’s return and our future home in heaven ought to fill us with joy and excitement. But it's also something we should take very seriously. Dr. David Jeremiah explains how our glorious future ought to change the way we think today.