I Never Thought I'd See the Day!: Culture at the Crossroads

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FaithWords, Oct 4, 2011 - Religion - 352 pages
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Is Western civilization in an accelerating decline? And if it continues will it eventually weaken and cause us to come to the end of cultured civilization as we now know it? "Yes," says David Jeremiah, and in his book, I NEVER THOUGHT I'D SEE THE DAY! he details numerous signs of this cultural decay including:

  • America held hostage by Iran
  • Marriage becoming obsolete
  • Creeping socialism
  • The invisibility of culture's enemies
  • Increase in "spiritual warfare"
  • America turning its back on Israel
  • Atheist attack on religion
Can this downward spiral be reversed? Yes, but only if one person at a time returns to God with our heart, our manner of life, our dedication to genuine worship of God, in serving God by helping others, in our giving, and in prayer.
 

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Dr. David Jeremiah scores high marks as he plainly speaks to Christians about the issues our culture (steeped in relativism) requires us to endure. Our Godly worldview based on Biblical truths can ... Read full review

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I really liked the way this was book was written. It could easily have been a tale of gloom and doom but Dr. Jeremiah kept the focus where it belongs - on Jesus. This helped to see what the problems are and to see how they should be addressed in a biblical way. Read full review

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Dr. David Jeremiah is the founder of Turning Point Ministries, a nonprofit organization devoted to "delivering the unchanging Word of God to an ever-changing world." A pastor's son born in Toledo, Ohio, he graduated from Dallas Theological Seminary and received his doctorate from Cedarville College. David and his wife, Donna, have four children and ten grandchildren, and live in San Diego.

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