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Who is David Jeremiah? Does his ministry promote Biblical teachings, ecumenical doctrines or a false gospel?

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Frances everything u say is not in scripture is in there. All u got to do is read it.
---Shira4368 on 4/14/13


Who is David Jeremiah? Does his ministry promote Biblical teachings, ecumenical doctrines or a false gospel?
---Also_a_seeker on 11/19/05
He is a baptist preacher
He teachings 7 year tribulation - NOT FOUND IN SCRIPTURE
Rapture before tribulation- NOT FOUND IN SCRIPTURE
Sunday as the Lord's say- NOT FOUND IN SCRIPTURE
Dead in Christ go to heaven at death-NOT FOUND IN SCRIPTURE
Christians are free to eat what is unclean- NOT FOUND IN SCRIPTURE

He teaches righteousness by faith - FOUND IN SCRIPTURE
He teaches sexual moral standards- FOUND IN SCRIPTURE
He teaches tithing- FOUND IN SCRIPTURE
He teaches frequent assembling of the saints - FOUND IN SCRIPTURE
---francis on 4/13/13


He is a man of God and teaches the truth. All of his sermons are taught as his students follow the passages along with the teaching. I attend his church and am blessed to hear this man teach the word of God. The person who says google David Jeremiah for stealing should be ashamed . This man has led many, many people to Christ. His church runs a tight ship and he will not increase his own pay by his own order. He is a man of integrity.
---Christopher on 4/13/13


Hey, everyone, Google "David Jeremiah Charged with Stealing." You will be blown away - and not by a tornado!
---Jon on 7/13/12

if this moves you one milli-inch, you build your house on shifting sand.
---aka on 7/28/12


Hey, everyone, Google "David Jeremiah Charged with Stealing." You will be blown away - and not by a tornado!
---Jon on 7/13/12

We shouldn't be surprised. He is a man...and a man only. He was never more....although many attempt to be.
He falls into the category of merchandising Christ for money. He was already a robber.
Some were crucified with Christ for same crime. Only one recognized HIS Lord.

Luke 23:42-44
42 And he said unto Jesus, Lord, remember me when thou comest into thy kingdom.
---Trav on 7/28/12




I have worked in the ministry under Dr. David Jeremiah. I have been in his family home (NOT a mansion, but very nice and inviting), and I have witnessed him in various social situations. At every turn through the years he has responded to others with authenticity, grace and generosity. I have seen the ministry from the inside out, and I can tell you that the Lord Jesus is glorified in the ministry of the church and the radio ministry as well.
---Mindy_Damon on 7/27/12


Hey, everyone, Google "David Jeremiah Charged with Stealing." You will be blown away - and not by a tornado!
---Jon on 7/13/12


I don't watch much televised preaching. I find most of them to be entertainers rather than preachers of the word. But I know there are some genuine preachers on TV so I don't know if he is or not. As far as the second part of your question, ecumenical doctrines are false gospel.
---Jed on 6/7/12


How many people would have called Abraham a greedy, self centered thief? He was very wealthy. What about Joseph? King David? Solomon?
A man's wealth should not bring the ire of people unless a sense of greed overshadows it. Wherever D.J. lives, whatever he drives, or how long he vacations is probably not comparable to that of a CEO in the secular world with an equal member size and business responsibility. I have learned a great deal fron his teachings. His ministry has helped me get close to God.
There has only been one blameless man to walk this earth, that was Jesus. None of us, or any of our teachers can claim to be perfect. All any of us can do is try.
My opinion is that David Jeremiah is a true servant of God.
---Paul on 6/7/12


Mr Jerimiah spoke abut how Nehmiah condemed the use oh interest charged by the rich Jews to their own breteren. THEN made his lavish opinionated statement that we are no longer bound by the law (common thinking in our materilistic lawless society- where Math 24,12 inquity shall abound and the love of mqny shall "wax" cold) And that breteren should make sure and charge a high interest rate.
God is not mocked -false teachers shall be judged.
---Alan_Wolf on 12/30/11




Listen to him on the radio driving from time to time, fine some of his doctine teaching way off,/listen to his teaching on Revelation when in to the unreal, Does not seem to be following Biblcical rule of comparing scriptural thing with scriptural things
---RICHARDC on 8/14/11


I have little knowledge concerning this minister or his ministries. The one time I observed his service on TV I was simply amazed at this mega congregation who placidly sat there while Dr. Jeremiah lowered his head reading his sermon and glancing up occasionally to say a few words. What was probably a good text was for me completely destroyed by this odd, impersonal and childlike presentation.
---rosa_m_perry on 8/13/11


Hypocites announce with trumepets, but love covers a multiple
---jackb_dav_is on 7/20/11

Agreed. I'd say TV/Radio would be equal to many trumpets.
And "love" of money covers multiple condo payments.

Explain the rest of your math perhaps.

1 Timothy 6:10
For the "love" of money is the root of all evil: which while some coveted after, they have erred from the faith, and pierced themselves through with many sorrows.
---Trav on 7/20/11


David was asked to purchase something in 21 = 7 + 7 + 7 , x 100 Abraham x a Millennium. Hypocites announce with trumepets, but love covers a multiple
---jackb_dav_is on 7/20/11


Israel of God now is the Christian Church, and His covenant is given now to the church the spiritual Israel.

As it was said, God is not a "respecter" of people.
---Edward on 4/15/10

No where in scripture is this idea above prophesied or supported by "the" witnesses provided by GOD.

Exodus 2:25
And God looked upon the children of Israel, and God had respect unto them.
Leviticus 26:9
For I will have respect unto you, and make you fruitful, and multiply you, and establish my covenant with you.

Judah/jews are not the complete or completed house of Israel. An oversight, that is remedied by searching for them...as Christ did. Matt 15:24.
---Trav on 7/20/11


Pastor Jeremiah .....and lives on the other sources of income he generates (like the books he writes, etc.)
---Holly on 10/26/10

In one sentence you said all. He merchandises Christ's death for his own self appeasement/glory.
Lets look at it this way. If he had the truth....he couldn't contain it. He would share it freely.
He wants to sell whatever he can. His reward is here....in his condo.

He wouldn't have anything to say or do that i would adopt.
I've heard him and he is polished. Also noted that he doesn't utilize the witnesses,thereby missing the "Truth".
---Trav on 7/19/11


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I am a member of Shadow Mountain Church. Six months ago, the stained glass at the church started to stand out as an eye to me. I tried so hard to make it into something else, such a fish etc, but not successful. Then I started noticing the four columns design in the church as well, unfortunately, that resembled the image on a Freemasonry symbol, the George Washington's Apron. I am very concerned and wonder if anyone has done any research it that?
---AmazingGrace on 7/19/11


This might upset some here, but it seems like he is a good man of God from his bible teachings. We have to remember that satan wants us to spread rumors about Christians to cause strife and confusion amongst us. Someone will probably stop listening to his radio teachings and then miss out on salvation. That's exactly what satans what's ya'll to do. So keep up the spreading of lies and help satan shut down the Godly programs. That's exactly what ya'll are doing. Think about it.....
---Sandra on 11/23/10


This might upset some here, but it seems like he is a good man of God from his bible teachings. We have to remember that satan wants us to spread rumors about Christians to cause strife and confusion amongst us. Someone will probably stop listening to his radio teachings and then miss out on salvation. That's exactly what satans what's ya'll to do. So keep up the spreading of lies and help satan shut down the Godly programs. That's exactly what ya'll are doing. Think about it.....
---Sandra on 11/23/10


I've always loved david jeremiah. I'm very confused however after learning of his lavish lifestyle. Not sure what to think now. He sure sounds biblically sound. Maybe I'll just buy his next book on..."How and why a humble pastor would buy a $2,100,000 condo in Coronado".....

....i'm just saying...it's kinda hypocritical...no?

..anyone know if Shadow Mt is hiring???
---julie on 11/22/10


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I have been a member of Shadow Mountain Community Church for more than 30 years. I have experienced Dr. David Jeremiah's teaching in the pulpit and friendship on a social basis since he has been the pastor of the church. Pastor Jeremiah is extremely generous, in fact he donates his church salary back to the church and lives on the other sources of income he generates (like the books he writes, etc.) He has a wonderful heart for Jesus and is truly the real thing. Anyone who says otherwise should spend a few years with him and then make a decision.
---Holly on 10/26/10


I was reading through the comments and I'd like to dispel a few myths:
1. David Jeremiah does not drive a $100,000 Mercedes. He has an SUV and it's not a Mercedes. Seriously, we live in a nice area, but nobody has a car like that around here.
2. He also does not live in a mansion. He has lived in the same home for many years. I've been there. It's beautiful and comfortable, but not what most here in California would call a "mansion".
Dr. Jeremiah speaks from the Word of God and he does not skip over parts. When the subject of tithing comes up, he preaches what God says in the Bible. I believe God has blessed him for his strong stand-- not for his own benefit, but to help us grow in our faith and obedience toward God's Word.
---holly on 10/26/10


I listen to David Jeremiah on the radio, and usually have no problem with his teaching. I don't expect any teacher to have it all together anyway. Do have a problem with his lavish lifestyle, especially if it comes at the expense of those who are asked to donate, some of whom can barley afford a house or a car. Shameful. I will find another to listen to.
---philip on 10/15/10


Lin, Yeah, it's his false teaching of "Once-Saved, Always-Saved".
---Gordon on 9/20/10


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There's something about him that is unsettling to me. Just My Opinion.
---Lin on 9/20/10


There's something about him that is unsettling to me. Just My Opinion.
---Lin on 9/20/10


I saw this blog, looking for "Turning Point", to order Jeremiah's "The Coming Economic Armageddon" plus give monthly tithe portion. I watch Jeremiah on TV most Sundays.
I don't believe Jeremiah preaches tithing to extreme, nor think most Christians tithe believing God responds by doubling their money, but see the reality of God, His faithfulness, and the wisdom of commitment. Plus our own faith is strengthened. Wise believers know blessing will come in God's timing.
In other cases, God adjusts our desire to match His will. So we ask for what we think we need, but a Christian heart accepts God's redirection. When our desire comes, it may not be monetary, nor like our request, but it will be what we need. Dave4Him
---Dave on 9/19/10


Dr. David Jeremiah is a great teacher. I do believe God has called us to be cheerful givers and he does say in the bible to test him in this area and that we will receive more than we give. I think some people are confused to think we will receive more money than we give. It may come in another form such a healed marriage, a child's salvation, blessings in general. Things that are better than money! Even professors teaching within the same seminary have different views. We are human and can only try to understand God but we never will figure Him out. He tells us we won't. We have to have faith when things don't make sense.
---Liz on 8/9/10


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I love Dr. David. I have been listening to his series on the Book of Revelation. He has done his homework and has confirmed what i have studied. Titheing is in the Bible. Besides any money we make is GOd's not ours. Remember that. Everything belongs to God!! God Bless your Dr. David and your ministry. Saquoui
---saquoui on 6/14/10


I do not hold any absolute position of whether Jesus will come pre-trib, mid-trib, post-trib, amillennial, preterist or other absolute. However, I do believe Christ could come at any time, and people need to be ready. Interesting how people equate salvation with pre-trib.

When someone like David Jeremiah takes an absolute view and teaches it, they are in error. David also teaches the "tithe," another error. He also teaches an absolute view that the "churches" in Revelation are periods of history from Christ to now, pure speculation.

He has a following because he speaks with charsma and authority, but that doesn't mean he is right.
---Rod4Him on 4/16/10


I think Rod4him is NOT pre-trib, which contributes to my caution of him.
---Elder on 4/16/10


On thursday April 15th, I saw your TV program for the first time. You were speaking about the covenant of God with Abraham and the people of Israel. It was surely an eternal covenant, but all of it depended on their obedience to Him. The desobeyed Him and not only that, they killed His son or at least condemend Him to death. Israel of God now is the Christian Church, and His covenant is given now to the church the spiritual Israel. As it was said, God is not a "respecter" of people. Jewish and gentiles (anybody) are now one in CHrist if they accept Him as their personal Savior. Israel as a nation is there because of politics, not because God is blessing them in a special way.
---Edward on 4/15/10


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I agree with MarkV concerning supporting a church that a person may attend.

If a person goes to a church, they need to support it. A question may be, what is an appropriate amount to give? I suppose one could find their finanical statement and divide into it the number of people that attend the church to find how much each should give.

I think David is pre-trib, which contributes to my caution of him.
---Rod4Him on 2/23/10


Jim, I believed it was prosperity teaching that he was doing, but he was speaking of tithing. I understand many churches still believe in tithing. In a way I believe that a tithe is not for today, but giving and donating money and our own work some times to support the church, and what it takes to make it function. Without funds no organisation or mission functions can survive. Many on line are supported by money so that others can receive the good news. In the end, it is what was in our hearts or what our motive was. If someone is stealing from God, it is their motive they will be judge by.
All his teachings so far concerning Christ and the doctrines are in line with Scripture. I have a few video tapes.
---MarkV. on 2/23/10


David Jeremiah is truly a man of God... I have listened to him for years. He speaks the truth. If you are new to him, I think it is wise to ask questions... as a believer in Christ, all I can say is please listen to him... other ministries to listen to are Chuck Swindoll, Alister Begg, Greg Laurie, James McDonald, Chip Ingram... these are a few who follow the Bible and teach it as it should be taught. Please listen to them to gain knowledge. I know they are real. They are not false teachers.
Jim
---Jim on 2/22/10


David Jeremiah is a true teacher of Christ. If you are a new Christian I think it is great that you are trying to find quality ministries to listen to. He speaks the truth. Others to listen to are: Chuck Swindoll, Alister Begg, Greg Laurie, James McDonald, Chip Ingram... I have been a Christian for over 40 plus years and they have been a huge help to me through the last several years. I have several books by Swindoll and I love his ministry. Please listen to David Jeremiah... if in doubt pray and ask other Christians... their experience (or a pastor) should be able to tell you who to listen to...
Jim
---Jim on 2/23/10


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jesse, the problem with David's teaching concerning tithe/giving is that it is hearsy. It has nothing to do with being jealous. This teaching is taking advantage of sincere people.

To speak out against this teaching is the same as speaking out against discrimination and such. When a person, representing God Almighty, gets up and tells people to give to him in the name of God, somebody needs to warn people. People feel they must give or God will not be happy with them. After all, who wants to make God mad at them.

Most people don't know much about God, so they trust the orator.
---Rod4Him on 2/22/10


Most of the time i have no problems w.david jeremiah teachings, but sometimes i do but why judge him unless he twists the words tht its obvious. Thats not the case and far as tithing or offering is concerned give it out of a cheerful heart. Seems like the writer and sum othr people dont like his teachings on tithe,then dont contribute to the church b.c you are reluctant about giving. Its simple,compare the teachings w.the bible and thrs no such thing as loosing faith in david jeremiah. Why have faith in the first place in a man? Also,if he lives in a massion or drives a benz, thts his personal life and when God gives He also takes away. Why have envy b.c you need to work on that and be content w. what you have.
---jesse on 2/22/10


I was reading in Timothy today, and a concept that Paul teaches clarified my problem with David Jeremish's teaching on tithing/giving to his organization.

Paul says to be content with food and clothing. David's teaching on tithing/giving to him, as far as I am concerned is out of the pit of hell.

Preaching that one will receive more than they give, therefore they should give, appeals to the fleshly nature of greed and coveteousness. It's the some concept casino's advertise on, give more and you'll get more.

Focusing on being content with food and clothing protects one from this heretical teaching.
---Rod4Him on 2/8/10


Rod, thanks for your answers. I was thinking the same thing, that it was about tithing. I had just seen him on a video called "Authenticity of the Bible" Proof of prophecy"
He was very good on those teachings. The video is from Crosstv which presents all of Scripture and almost all subjects in video called "Word Pictures" by David J. Mark Kielar, Josh McDowell, Grant Goodeve, and Janet Folger. They all are very good that is why I was surprise that David was teaching prosperity. Thanks for the information Rod.
---MarkV. on 2/3/10


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Rod:

I think the message you heard was David's message on tithing (repeated in January) and what David said was to test God on it, as Malachi 3:10 says to do. David said that many people have tested God on the tithe and God has richly blessed them as a result.
---Mark_Eaton on 2/2/10


MarkV. I was surprised myself. The commentator referred to the shawdow church, which I think is his. He had the typical tithe/give, and God will give back. David said he could give "testimonies" of people who have done this, and God "greatly blessed them."

I'll see if I can find his mp3 message. The message seemed to be a real recent speech. I did not heard the whole sermon because I couldn't listen any more.

Maybe I define prosperity theology different than others do. I define it as, "Give to God and God will give more to you." Although a truth is here, promoters of this teaching are the recepients of the giving. Being the recepient changes the equation of the issue.
---Rod4Him on 2/2/10


Rod4him, you said that David was preaching prosperity theology? I did not know he preached that. Could there be two guys with the same name you think? I have heard David many times but on VHS tapes and the subjects were not about prosperity. So I was not aware he preached that. Is this pretty solid information?
---MarkV. on 2/2/10


I thought better of David Jeremiah, but hearing him on the radio today, he was preaching prosperity theology. Oh well, another one preaching for great monetary gain.
---Rod4Him on 2/1/10


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It that his real name? (just curious)
---Jim on 10/31/09


Okay, go ahead and read "Thieves' Marketing," "Pretrib Hypocrisy," and "Pretrib Rapture Dishonesty."
---Jon on 10/29/09


You'll be in good company.
---John_II on 10/29/09


I find nothing wrong with Dr. David Jeremiah's teachings. And I understand from a friend who knows him very well that he is very diplomatic and nonoffensive in his conversation with religious questioners of his views.
---mima on 10/29/09


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I'm not much for blogging, but I'd like to comment on the ministry of Dr. David Jeremiah, specifically as related to his book, "What in the World is Going On?" While working on my first Christian novel, "A Righteous Wind," set during the Tribulation Period, immediately following the Rapture, I read Jeremiah's book and found it closely in keeping with the Bible concerning the end-times. No false gospel here. Author Janice Daugharty
---janice on 10/28/09


If he teaches that trusting the Death (Christ died for our sins), burial, and resurrection of Christ will carry you to Heaven, then he is teaching salvation correctly.
---Morris on 10/18/09


Some of his Biblical teachings are good from the Old-Testament in relating to the New-Testament. Like most of the tv & radio ministries where they fail & Is, the Man-made salvation teachings, easy believism, no works salvation, the sinners prayer, repeat aft me, your okay as you are & the such like in the which there is No scriptural basis for these teachings, & that Is why they Are Man-made. Blind guides wanting your money & dont really care for your soul.
---Lawrence on 9/3/09


David Jeremiah is a wonderful teacher of the word of God. We have to remember that not every teacher is perfectly correct in everything. Many of the Word of Faith teachers are very bad but we cannot say everyone of them. The same holds true about others in different area's. We should hear what they say, and compare it to the Word of God and if we find the person is teaching wrong then leave the church or stop listening to him. Everyone has a duty to make sure what is taught is correct. We are to take notes, compare with the word and then make a decision about someone. So far what I have heard from David is all good.
---MarkV. on 7/21/09


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Replying to John. I've been to Foothills in El Cajon and I didn't notice anything charismatic about it. The preaching was actually kind of normal, not wanting to say dull, but leaning that way. As far as Pastor Jeremiah, I do have a problem with the fact that he lives in a mansion and drives a $100,000 Mercedes, there's endless biblical text that would warrant against such practices. But I've been touched by his preaching, especially his current radio broadcasts on prayer. I really don't think I can judge though, one person's sin is vanity, mine is lust, another's may be greed. But let's not judge one another.
---Jason on 7/19/09


I don't care who pays for the man's cruises. All I care about is that he does NOT hesitate or compromise preaching the FULL GOSPEL TRUTH right out of the WORD OF GOD! Why do people focus on such things? Some of you people need to get in touch with your inner selves and if you still feel so strongly against this man, pray and ask God to really give you discernment, ask God to let you see Dr. Jeremiah like HE sees him. But no, that's just too practical isn't it? I know it's not all of you, I'm speaking generally. There needs to be more preachers like David Jeremiah and another fearless uncompromising favorite of mine, John Hagee. I thank God for all preachers who aren't afraid to preach the FULL gospel.
---April on 3/24/09


My thought on all these BLOGS is that we need to remember that we are all human and sinful falling short of righteousness of God, it is only by our Savior, Jesus Christ that we can even call God our Father.I listen to David Jeremiah and have some of his teaching materials.If you listen to him and take the teaching back to the the bibilical contexts you will have your answer about him.Again remember he is still just a man. As a leader/teacher he will be judged accordingly by God at a higher level as to his indiscretions.He even states this in his broadcasts.As far as tithing,again go back to your bible, while many pasters stay away from this, as not to affend their congregations, it is bibilical.So by the Word we must stand!
---LBJ on 2/9/09


Lisa, Scripture instructs us to use "righteous judgment". The 5th chapter of 1 Corinthians, tells us that the elders of the church are to judge fellow believers and to remove any wicked men from the church. Paul goes on to write that we God will judge those outside the church, inferring that we are to judge those within it. I think that the problem comes when we do not judge "righteously" or when we confuse style with substance. Gene was insulted when Dr. Jeremiah taught on tithing. Since we are to teach the whole counsel of God, tithing would need to be included. Most of the complaints against him seem to be "style" and opinion. Compare his teachings to the Bible. Everything else is just "fluff".
---BigEarlXXX on 2/2/09


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I'm hearing alot of judgements, based upon personal expectations and beliefs. Why do we Christians feel the need to decide if someone else is holy based upon what we think is appropriate or not? The only person who can truly answer such debate is God, and He knows what we cannot. If you disagree with the man, then disagree but hesitate to call him ungodly.
---lisa on 1/11/09


I've held David in high regard until last night when he chose the topic of the tithe.
I've now lost all faith in his teachings.
Sorry, but he's just another business.
---Gene_Agnew on 1/5/09


why would anyone come up with this question?
Listen to Dr. Jeremiah, or read any literature that he has published.
The answer is there.
---Loren_Scott on 11/21/08


the guy who claims that jeramiah is running the school into the ground has no clue on what he is talking about. i used to go to a chasamatic church in el cajon(foothills christian church) and went once to shadow mountian under jeramiah and found the true meaning of God. its a church where they live the christian life, they don,t need to jump up and down and pretend to speak in tounges , they live by the word of God. thank you God almighty for dr david jeramiah and shadow mountian church.
---john on 5/8/08


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martin luther....i'd like to know more. i was raised in a GARBC church until 8th grade and i understand dr jeremiah has strong ties, at least historically to that division of fundamentalist baptists. i am automatically skeptical of large churches or any thing that smacks of group think (i'm not necessarily associating the two) and his association with tim lahaye also concerns me greatly. the meat of christs teaching are not conducive to mass appeal, in my opinion.
---rick on 6/10/07


During Pastor appreciation month our small church sends cards and small gifts. As the recipient let me tell you what an encouragemet they are! What is wrong with a large congregation giving more? My husband's family purchased a vacation for his parents for their 50th wedding anniversary. Were his parents wrong to accept the gift given in love after serving their family for 50yrs? Dr. Jeremiah isn't a perfect man, no Pastor is. But he is a Godly man that preaches the truth in love.
---Peggy on 2/16/07


i believe david jerimiah is a servant of God. He is not perfect just called. Church is a bussiness and if you dont think so see what happens if you pray for an elctric bill instead of pay for it. What is wrong with a pastor being given a cruise as a gift, the living water is free but the pipes cost money. it sounds like there is alot of jealousy in the kingdom. The ceo of home depot just got paid 210 million for quitting. david jerimiah wouldnt make half that in ten life times... give him a break
---drew on 1/9/07


I believe David Jerimiah is a servant of God. He is not perfect just called. Church is a bussiness and if you don't think so see what happens if you pray for an elctric bill instead of pay for it. What is wrong with a pastor being given a cruise as a gift? The living water is free but the pipes cost money. It sounds like there is alot of jealousy in the kingdom. The ceo of Home Depot just got paid 210 million for quitting. David Jerimiah wouldnt make half that in ten life times... give him a break
---drew on 1/9/07


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I agree w/ Martin Luther. It seems more like a business than a ministry. Does anyone remember Jim Baker? There seems something off w/ a minister who has season tickets to pro sports events, lives in a mansion, & goes on cruises that his followers pay for.
---anonymous on 9/30/06


Who in the world are you? I absolutely believe this man of God. I live in NC but watch his service every Sunday morning via TV. He doesn't get up & shout and wipe sweat with a towel like some of those tel- evangelists. He tells it like it is and has a multitude of followers and believers. I am proud to be one of them. Maybe if you would just take time to listen to his messages, you too would refrain from being such a detractor of what Christians believe in. You should go BLOG on those who deserve it!
---Jerry on 7/8/06


I disagree.I have direct experience with Jeremiah. I both attended his College (Christian Heritage College) and his church. I think that he has allowed his church to turn more into a business than is clearly shown in the new testament. He is also running the school into the ground. I am dissappointed in him as not only my authority, but my brother in Christ.the reason i have given this name is I fear giving my real name. that is how powerful he is on my campus.
---Martin_Luther on 6/14/06


hes a liar. its called a facade.
---marie on 6/2/06


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Dr. Jeremiah is a sound biblical teacher. Although I am no expert, I have learned many bible-truths through his quiet, compassionate teachings and feel empowered to share those thoughts and ideals with others. I am dismayed that his twice daily recordings have been removed from the BBN programming schedule - and I pray God will intervene and provide an avenue for listeners like me to continue to receive his messages. In the name of My Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, I pray for unity among us.
---Vicki on 4/2/06


David Jeremiah is a wonderful teacher. I say teacher because I have learned a lot from him. I have several tapes from "Word Pictures" that he has composed. He is one of many good man that work.
---Lupe2618 on 11/29/05


Dr. David Jeremiah has been the President of Cedarville Baptist College in Cedarville Ohio. He was the Sr. Pastor of Scott Memorial Baptist Church in San Diego, California. He is now Sr. Pastor of Shadow Mountain Community Church north of San Diego, in El Cajon. He is very biblically and doctrinely sound and I recommend him highly.
---Dennis_I._Zimmerman on 11/26/05


David Jeremiah is truly a wonderful man of God. I start my day Monday thru Friday with Turning Point Ministries. My day is not complete without hearing God's word as only Dr. Jeremiah can deliver it.
---kay on 11/21/05


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David Jeremiah, is a real man of God indeed, his teachings are true blessings from God, one of his books is.."What the Bible Says About Angels..helped me very much after my husband passed away..
Joy..11-20-05
---Joyce on 11/21/05


David Jeremiah is a very devoted man of God. I listen to him nearly everyday and find him to be a very thorough teacher of the truths of God's word. Yes, his ministry promotes Biblical teaching, and not ecumenism.
---tommy3007 on 11/20/05


David Jerimiah is the real deal. A true man of God.
---wayne on 11/19/05


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