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Material drawn from Until I Come ISBN 0-8499-4275-6

David Jeremiah, host of the syndicated radio program "Turning Point" that reaches millions now encourages readers to focus on the things that really matter - family, faith, and fellowship.

In this study of Jesus' Olivet discourse, Jeremiah pinpoints a believer's priorities and encourages readers to stay the path of the simpler things in life. Anyone who is overwhelmed, perplexed or anxious about the past, present or future will renew their hope for living through this small, yet powerful work.

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