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Turning Toward Joy (Turning Point Series)

by David Jeremiah, David Jeremiah

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 156476009X, Paperback)

The Turning Point Series:
Named after Dr. Jeremiah's popular radio program, is written to provide Christians with sound Bible teaching relevant to today's changing times.

The Apostle Paul's most personal letter...
was sent to the Christians of Philippi. This intimate and loving epistle was written to believers who lived in the shadow of the Roman tyrant, Nero. Paul himself was in a Roman prison, facing an uncertain future. Surprisingly, Paul wrote to them of the importance of Christian joy. As they were together in a worshiping community, in the midst of their difficulties, they could experience the joy that Jesus promised those who follow Him. In this pastoral and practical book, David Jeremiah leads you through the Book of Philippians so that you too can experience the joy of the Lord in your daily life.

David Jeremiah is senior pastor of Scott Memorial Church in El Cajon, California, where he also serves as president of Christian Heritage College. He has authored ten books, including the best-selling Escape the Coming Night (Word). Dr. Jeremiah is a regular speaker at Bible conferences and at professional sports chapels. He and his wife, Donna, have four children.

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The apostle Paul's most personal letter was sent to the Christians of Philippi. This intimate and loving epistle was written to believers who lived in the shadow of the Roman tyrant Nero. Paul himself was in a Roman prison, facing an uncertain future. Surprisingly, he wrote to the Philippians of the importance of Christian joy. As they were together in a worshiping community, in the midst of their difficulties, they could experience the joy that Jesus promised those who follow him. In this pastoral and practical book, David Jeremiah will lead you through the book of Philippians so that you can learn to experience the joy of the Lord in your daily life.… (more)

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