David Jeremiah...Series: Revealing the Mysteries of Heaven
The last 2 weeks David Jeremiah has been teaching this series on heaven so i put them together in case you missed any of them or if anyone cares to listen or keep.
What's Up With Heaven? Part 1
2/1/2010 - Monday
Do you think you would be surprised by the average person's perception of heaven? Well, according to a 2008 survey of thirty-five hundred people, 74 percent of the people surveyed believe in life after death. But do they truly understand heaven? Do they know what it-s like? Do they know how to get there? Well, Dr. David Jeremiah wants to clarify the misperceptions many people have about heaven as he begins his new series, Revealing the Mysteries of Heaven.
Series: Revealing the Mysteries of Heaven http://www.oneplace.com/ministries/Turning_Point/archives.asp?bcd=2/1/2010
What's Up With Heaven? Part 2
2/2/2010 - Tuesday
If you took a survey of the people in your church, you would find that most people believe in heaven. In fact, most of those people could tell you how to get to heaven, and why it's important to make that decision. But could they give you a description of what to expect once you're there? Sadly, many of us don't know the elements of our future home. In this message, Dr. Jeremiah continues his series, Revealing the Mysteries of Heaven, by outlining all there is to know about heaven.
Series: Revealing the Mysteries of Heaven http://www.oneplace.com/ministries/Turning_Point/archives.asp?bcd=2/2/2010
Where Are They Now? Part 1
2/3/2010 - Wednesday
Do you believe in life after death? There's certainly a wide range of beliefs to choose from - reincarnation, spirit prison, paradise, heaven, hell, or no afterlife at all. We could easily speculate on which option seems most realistic, but it's best to go to the Source - God's Word. Within God's Word, Jesus tells a story of two men and their eternal destinations. Dr. David Jeremiah uses this illustration to answer the question many of us ask when someone dies, "Where Are They Now?"
Series: Revealing the Mysteries of Heaven http://www.oneplace.com/ministries/Turning_Point/archives.asp?bcd=2/3/2010
Where Are They Now? Part 2
2/4/2010 - Thursday
Have you ever noticed how many movies have references to the afterlife? In the holiday classic, A Christmas Carol, we're given the idea that people can come back from the afterlife to interact with the living and deliver a message. With all the fiction surrounding the idea of life after death, it's that much more important for God's people to know the truth. As Dr. Jeremiah continues his series, Revealing the Mysteries of Heaven, he will use God's Word to help us understand our options for an eternal destination.
Series: Revealing the Mysteries of Heaven http://www.oneplace.com/ministries/Turning_Point/archives.asp?bcd=2/4/2010
Won't Heaven Be Boring? Part 1
2/5/2010 - Friday
Have you ever tried to contact someone who's retired? It can be nearly impossible. In fact, most people are busier during retirement than they ever were while working. They join clubs, spend time with friends, take classes, travel, you name it. We can safely say that retirement is far from boring, so what's in store for us when we retire from this earth? Dr. David Jeremiah gives us five ways in which heaven will be unlike anything we've ever experienced here on earth.
Series: Revealing the Mysteries of Heaven http://www.oneplace.com/ministries/Turning_Point/archives.asp?bcd=2/5/2010
Won't Heaven Be Boring? Part 2
2/8/2010 - Monday
We've all had boring moments in our lives. As children, it was the time we spent waiting for our parents. As we grew older, it was the time spent in class listening to our teacher drone on about a subject we didn't really care about. As an adult we probably experienced tedious moments at work. Boredom is often linked to things we don't want to do. If that's the case, how could we ever think heaven would be dull? In this message, we'll discover that heaven will be many things, but boring isn't one of them.
Series: Revealing the Mysteries of Heaven http://www.oneplace.com/ministries/Turning_Point/archives.asp?bcd=2/8/2010
The Ultimate Extreme Makeover Part 1
2/9/2010 - Tuesday
Are you aware of the mounting popularity of the beauty industry? According to a 2008 study, the average woman spends more than one-hundred dollars a month on cosmetic and beauty products - allowing the industry to gross more than eight billion each year. It's possible to lessen the signs of aging, but we can't stop it completely. This is why we can look forward, with anticipation, to our resurrection bodies - the ultimate extreme make-over.
Series: Revealing the Mysteries of Heaven http://www.oneplace.com/ministries/Turning_Point/archives.asp?bcd=2/9/2010
The Ultimate Extreme Makeover Part 2
2/10/2010 - Wednesday
Even if you don't watch it on a regular basis, you've surely seen at least one episode of "Extreme Makeover: The Home Edition." Each episode offers a new hope, a new start for a deserving family. And at the end of the show, you see grateful and often teary-eyed family members expressing thanks for the unexpected blessing of a renovated home. Well, in a similar way, Christians have a new, resurrected body to look forward to . . . a body completely undeserved, but given by grace.
Series: Revealing the Mysteries of Heaven http://www.oneplace.com/ministries/Turning_Point/archives.asp?bcd=2/10/2010
Heaven's Oscars Part 1
2/11/2010 - Thursday
The Oscars have a special way of capturing our attention each year . . . even if we don't tune-in on the big night. Beginning in 1928, the awards ceremony was created to improve the world's perception of the Hollywood image . . . and to a certain degree, it worked. Many people are now eager to discover who will be named best actor, actress, and director. As exciting as the Oscars may be, there will soon be an awards ceremony unlike any other you have ever seen.
Series: Revealing the Mysteries of Heaven http://www.oneplace.com/ministries/Turning_Point/archives.asp?bcd=2/11/2010
Heaven's Oscars Part 2
2/12/2010 - Friday
Do you think it's a good idea to reward success? As a society we seem to think so, and we have plenty of awards to prove it. There's the Heisman Trophy, Stanley Cup, Grammy's, and Emmy's. And awards don't stop with entertainment and sports, as we see with the Nobel Peace Prize and the Pulitzer. But as much as we value awards here on earth, worldly honors don't compare to the awards that await us in heaven.
Series: Revealing the Mysteries of Heaven http://www.oneplace.com/ministries/Turning_Point/archives.asp?bcd=2/12/2010
The Heavenly City Part 1
2/15/2010 - Monday
If you could visit any city in the world, where would you go? More than likely cities like Paris, Rome, Israel, Sydney, or London come to mind. What makes these locations so desirable? They're beautiful, full of amazing architecture and interesting sights. But if we find these cities appealing, how do you think we'll react to the Heavenly City - The New Jerusalem? Dr. Jeremiah helps us discover the glory of our heavenly home as he continues his series, Revealing the Mysteries of Heaven.
Series: Revealing the Mysteries of Heaven http://www.oneplace.com/ministries/Turning_Point/archives.asp?bcd=2/15/2010
The Heavenly City Part 2
2/16/2010 - Tuesday
Do you admire interesting architecture? If so, you've surely noted the symbol of Paris, The Eiffel Tower. Or perhaps the Sydney Opera House, the Great Pyramids, the Parthenon, or the Roman Coliseum caught your eye. The world is full of amazing architecture. But as incredible as these buildings may be, they're made from iron, concrete, and stone. So, can you imagine a city full of beautiful buildings made of jewels? Only in the New Jerusalem.
Series: Revealing the Mysteries of Heaven http://www.oneplace.com/ministries/Turning_Point/archives.asp?bcd=2/16/2010
Worship in Heaven Part 1
2/17/2010 - Wednesday
Our world is full of outstanding choirs - the Cambridge Choir of the UK, the Copenhagen Royal Chapel Choir, the Los Angeles Master Chorale, and the list goes on. There's nothing more amazing than a group of voices coming together in beautiful harmony, especially when their intention is to honor God, like Prestonwood Choir and the Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir. If we're blessed by music here on earth, what will worship be like in heaven?
Series: Revealing the Mysteries of Heaven http://www.oneplace.com/ministries/Turning_Point/archives.asp?bcd=2/17/2010
Worship in Heaven Part 2
2/18/2010 - Thursday
Do we really understand the purpose of our creation? Some people may think they were created to be a mother. Others may think they were created to teach or to work as a missionary. All are high callings, but they weren't the purpose of our creation. We were created to worship God - to acknowledge His honor, glory, and power - both here on earth and in heaven. Join Dr. David Jeremiah as he continues his series, Revealing the Mysteries of Heaven, by describing the passion or worshipping God for all eternity.
Series: Revealing the Mysteries of Heaven http://www.oneplace.com/ministries/Turning_Point/archives.asp?bcd=2/18/2010
The New Heaven and the New Earth Part 1
2/19/2010 - Friday
Do you enjoy home improvement projects? Even if you've never done one yourself, you've certainly seen it done. It's amazing how you can take a home and transform it with some new paint, furniture, and hard work. And the best part is that you have the comfort and familiarity of your old home with all the aesthetic touches of a new one. In this message, we'll discover that our eternal home is a completely remodeled version of our old one.
Series: Revealing the Mysteries of Heaven http://www.oneplace.com/ministries/Turning_Point/archives.asp?bcd=2/19/2010
The New Heaven and the New Earth Part 2
Monday, February 22, 2010
Rain is one of God's creations that offers a feeling of refreshment and renewal. Even though we may not enjoy the inconveniences of weather, we certainly love how it looks and smells after it's over. Everything is green, refreshed, and clean. And when we get the first snow of the season and look out over the white trees, streets, and sidewalks . . . everything seems so calm and pristine. In a similar way, God is going to restore the earth to create our forever home.
Series: Revealing the Mysteries of Heaven http://www.oneplace.com/ministries/Turning_Point/archives.asp?bcd=2010-2-22
What On Earth Is the Millennium? Part 1
Tuesday, February 23, 2010
What would you say are some of the greatest achievements of the past hundred years? There's been space exploration, the creation of vaccines, and the advancement of democracy. If these amazing things have happened in the past hundred years, what about the past thousand? We've certainly come a long way. What would happen if Jesus ruled the earth for a thousand years? Find out as we continue the series, Revealing the Mysteries of Heaven.
Series: Revealing the Mysteries of Heaven
Revelation 20:1-10 http://www.oneplace.com/ministries/Turning_Point/archives.asp?bcd=2010-2-23
What On Earth Is the Millennium? Part 2
Wednesday, February 24, 2010
Can you imagine a world filled with peace, prosperity, and fulfilled promises? A world without death? A world filled with joy? We all long for that world. And during every election, politicians promise us these very things, yet they're unable to come through. No man is capable of giving us the perfect world we all desire . . . but God can, and He will. Christ will one day rule over the world for a thousand years . . . years that will be full of hope and adoration.
Series: Revealing the Mysteries of Heaven
Revelation 20:1-10 http://www.oneplace.com/ministries/Turning_Point/archives.asp?bcd=2010-2-24
What About the Children? Part 1
Thursday, February 25, 2010
Do you ever wonder how children view heaven? One little boy said, "When you die, your soul goes to heaven, but your body can't go. It's too crowded up there already." And one little girl said, "You don't need to take anything with you to heaven. God is there, and that's all anyone needs." But what if they are too young to understand? What if something happened to them before that time? Would they spend eternity with Christ in heaven? Series: Revealing the Mysteries of Heaven http://www.oneplace.com/ministries/Turning_Point/archives.asp?bcd=2010-2-25
What About the Children? Part 2
Friday, February 26, 2010
Parents aren't supposed to outlive their children. But too often, it happens. How do you console someone who's lost a child? No matter the age or circumstances, it is something no parent wants to face. If there is a loss, the parents want to know that their child is in heaven, under God's care. How does God view their eternal destiny? Does the Bible give assurance to parents who have lost a child?
Series: Revealing the Mysteries of Heaven http://www.oneplace.com/ministries/Turning_Point/archives.asp?bcd=2010-2-26
Tough-Minded About Heaven Part 1
Monday, March 01, 2010
Have you ever accidentally driven the wrong way down a one-way street? It can be quite unnerving. Even if we don't appreciate one-way streets, they do serve a purpose. In life, many people refuse to believe that the road to heaven is one way. They insist there are different roads...just do what feels right, and we'll all end up together in the end. The ways of the world can easily distract us from the truth we know about heaven. And that's why Dr. Jeremiah wants to remind us to stay focused on our Eternal Home.
Series: Revealing the Mysteries of Heaven
1 Peter 3:18 http://www.oneplace.com/ministries/Turning_Point/archives.asp?bcd=2010-3-1
Tough-Minded About Heaven Part 2
Tuesday, March 02, 2010
Do your days always go exactly as you plan them? More than likely the answer to that question is a resounding, "No!" Life sure has a way of keeping us distracted. If our thoughts and lists are consumed with the everyday things we have to do, when do we think about our Savior? When do we prepare for our eternal home? As he concludes his series, Revealing the Mysteries of Heaven, Dr. Jeremiah wants to remind us that heaven is real and Christ is coming - and we need to be ready!
Series: Revealing the Mysteries of Heaven
1 Peter 3:18 http://www.oneplace.com/ministries/Turning_Point/archives.asp?bcd=2010-3-2