Thru the Bible takes the listener through the entire Bible in just five years, threading back and forth between the Old and New Testaments. You can begin the study at any time. When we have concluded Revelation, we will start over again in Genesis, so if you are with us for five years you will not m…
The Thru the Bible on Oneplace.com podcast is an invaluable resource for anyone seeking to deepen their understanding of the Scriptures. Dr. J. Vernon McGee's faithfulness to the Lord and his ability to convey timeless truths have made this podcast a staple in my spiritual journey since the early 1990s. His teachings challenge and edify me every time I listen, and I am grateful for his wisdom and faithful service to our mighty God.
One of the best aspects of this podcast is Dr. McGee's thorough examination of Scripture. He goes through God's word, word for word and line by line, providing clear explanations and application for everyday life. His Southern accent and good-natured presentation make listening a delight, and I eagerly return each day to hear his words on Scripture. Another positive aspect is that The Thru the Bible on Oneplace.com podcast offers an extensive library of recordings, allowing listeners to explore various topics and passages at their own pace.
While there are many positives about this podcast, one drawback is that some may find it challenging to keep up with Dr. McGee's pace or depth of teaching. As he covers multiple books of the Bible over five years, it can be overwhelming for those new to studying Scripture or unfamiliar with theological terms and concepts. Additionally, some listeners may disagree with certain interpretations or theological viewpoints presented by Dr. McGee.
In conclusion, The Thru the Bible on Oneplace.com podcast is a valuable resource for individuals seeking spiritual growth and a deeper understanding of God's Word. Despite any differences in interpretation or theological viewpoints, Dr. J. Vernon McGee's teachings are insightful and thought-provoking, leading listeners closer to a personal relationship with Jesus Christ. I am grateful for this ministry and highly recommend it to all who desire to grow in faith and knowledge of Scripture.
Lessons learned from Proverbs 6:248:9 includes: The sinful thought begins down in the human heart. There is nothing twisted or perverse in the words of wisdom; if it is wisdom, it is going to be simple. When we confess our sin, our problems with the Word of God are often solved. Our reaction to the Word of God will tell us if our heart is believing.
Lessons learned from Proverbs 6:16-24 include: God is love, but He hates evil. Pride is the attitude that overvalues self and undervalues others, which is the original sin. Salvation by works appeals to us because it makes us feel like a little god. The heart blazes the trail that the feet will follow.
Lessons learned from Proverbs 5:156:15 include: Marriage was designed by God and was given to the human family for the welfare and good of mankind. God says no one is getting away with sin. Two good business principles: Don't underwrite a neighbor's debts, and never become a partner with a stranger. The ant is a great teacher: It is diligent in business, getting food for the winter, caring for the future, and is urgent about it.
Lessons learned from Proverbs 4:105:14 include: Learn all you can. We do not know how desperate and how deep into sin the human heart can go. Have discernment as we meet people in our daily walk. The entrance to real life is the narrow way, but it gets wider and wider leading to abundant life. Out of our heart will come all of the great issues of life.
Lessons learned from Proverbs 3:194:9 include: The Word of God is the answer to our fears. If you have been treated unjustly, turn the matter over to God. God seems to hate the scorner, the arrogant, and the conceited person. To understand the Word of God you must be willing to be taught.
Lessons learned from Proverbs 2:163:22 include: We must serve God because we love Him. The Lord can guide us only if we're studying the Word of God and trusting in Him with all our heart and not leaning on our own understanding. Man has discovered the laws of God that keep the universe running like a computer and uses them to explore the heavens. Life and grace come through the wisdom of studying the Word of God.
Lessons learned from Proverbs 2:1-22 include: Seek wisdom by searching for it as if it were a hidden treasure. If you want wisdom, ask God for it. The Spirit of God opens up the things of God to us; God speaks to us through His Word. You won't be deceived so easily if you stay close to the Word of God.
Lessons learned from Proverbs include: A proverb is a saying that conveys a specific truth in a pointed and pithy way. Proverbs are short sentences drawn from long experience. A proverb is truth couched in a form that is easy to remember, a philosophy based on experience, and a rule for conduct. The key verse is found in the first chapter: The fear of the LORD is the beginning of knowledge: but fools despise wisdom and instruction.
You've heard put on the whole armor of God , but did you know all but two pieces of armor were for defense? The only two weapons we have for offense are the Sword of the Spirit and prayer. Learn how to lay hold of both as you turn to God for spiritual resources to engage the enemy in this final study in Ephesians.
The key word to the whole armor of God metaphor is STAND. This is the fourth time we've studied this word in the book of Ephesians. How should we stand? We stand in the truthsince the truth of God's Word holds everything together, says our teacher, Dr. J. Vernon McGee.
Our enemy is not flesh and blood. The enemy is spiritual and the warfare is spiritual. We need spiritual power to combat the demonic world around us, says our teacher, Dr. J. Vernon McGee. Do not be clueless as you go into battle today. Study Ephesians 6 with us.
We continue our lessons in spiritual warfare with this from Dr. J. Vernon McGee: The devil is the deceiver, coming as an angel of light. He will use every possible means to deceive you. We are no match for him but are told that God will fight the devil for us. Learn more about the enemy of your soul in our study in Ephesians 6.
Have you stood with your partner and before God said I do to holy vows of marriage? If yes, then you know, at least in part, how the picture of marriage illustrates Jesus' love for His church. Sacrifice, selflessness, leadership, and loveall describe the relationship Jesus has with us, the body of Christ.
When we are saved, God's Spirit does four things in us: He gives us new life, He comes to live in us, He seals us, and He baptizes us. The only thing we are commanded to do is to be filled with the Holy Spirit. Our study in Ephesians 5 explains what that means on a daily basis in our lives.
In a culture afraid to call sin for what it is, come study Ephesians 5 with Dr. J. Vernon McGee and learn how to deal with sinyours and others'through the help of the Holy Spirit. In a dark world, learn how to reflect the One who is the Light of the world.
Ever notice that since you've come to Christ, you think differently? Ephesians 4 says a believer in Jesus Christ should not walk in the futility of delusional thinking that a life of sin can satisfy. Get clear, practical instruction from God's Word on what it means to be a Christian in a lost world.
When Jesus Christ saved you, His Spirit gave you a spiritual gift. Dr. J. Vernon McGee says, A gift is the Spirit of God doing something through the believer for the purpose of building up the whole body. When a gift is used unselfishly, we find unity of the Spirit.
When you come to Jesus you are brought into a body and into a place where you stand on equal footing with all other believers. We have all been made one in Christ through His blood. It makes no difference who you are, we are all one in Christ and have equal access to God.
Did you know that Scripture puts more emphasis on the understanding of the heart than of our head? We need God's Spirit for both, but if we want to understand any spiritual truth, we must be in the Word. Discover the riches of His grace and the hope of our calling.
In this study of Ephesians 1, we go deep into the beautiful doctrines of our faith as seen in doxologies. Dr. J. Vernon McGee shows us why we existfor the praise of God's glory. When the believer is in the center of the will of God, he is living a life of fullness and of satisfaction and of joy.
Want to explore some mysteries? Our study in Ephesians 1 dives deep into what is the mystery of God's will. We learn from Dr. J. Vernon McGee of the depths of God's great purposes and plans that He wants us to know. A rich, beautiful study of three great things Jesus has done for us.
Explore the subject of redemption and forgiveness in this great study in Ephesians 1 that celebrates the blood of Christ as the payment for our sin. Jesus shed His blood, more valuable than gold or silver, because without it, there is no forgiveness, teaches Dr. J. Vernon McGee.
The only reason any of us will be in heaven is because of the mercy of God, teaches Dr. J. Vernon McGee on the often misunderstood doctrines of election and predestination. This study in Ephesians 1 will provide bedrock certainty to the goodness and grace of God in your life.
Every weekend when you go to church, be reminded that the Trinity is involved in your fellowship. Dr. J. Vernon McGee teaches from Ephesians 1 that God the Father planned the church, God the Son paid for the church, and God the Holy Spirit protects the church.
Lessons from Psalms 144150 include: Life is nothing without God and is purposeless without Him. If you have trusted Jesus Christ as your Savior, you have direct access to God. God is in the helping business. Nothing will give a person dignity like worshipping God.
Lessons from Psalms 140143 include: Today we are to leave vengeance to God: He will repay. Satan is the father of lies, and he has people running around today spreading them. Prayer must be backed up by an obedient life. God is our only help, our only refuge and hope.
Lessons from Psalms 137138 include: Every Christian today should have a song in his heart; God has given us the song of redemption. We lose our song because of a natural tendency, discouragement, and sin. Today is the day of grace. Those who spurn God's grace will be judged.
Lessons from Psalms 122131 include: Everything is vain unless God is in it; everything is dependent on Him and on His blessing. There must be the fear of the Lord in the home if it is to be a happy home. The soul finds rest by weaning itself from discontentment, ambition, and self-seeking.
Lessons from Psalms 120123 include: Life is an ascent. We come to God as sinners looking for salvation; we go on to sanctification as we grow in grace and in the knowledge of Christ. The Lord is able to keep us, and He is also the keeper of Israel. He keeps us both day and night; He never sleeps.
Lessons from Psalm 119 include: God's Word will bring life, liberty, and joy to you, as well as blessing. We need to seek God with a whole heart. We need to not only memorize Scripture but obey it. If we study the Word constantly, it will keep us from sin. God's mercy is channeled to us through the Word. We need a diet of the Word to keep our hearts healthy. God made us and knows exactly what we need. We need to use God's Word as we make our way through this dark world. Those who know the Word best, wonder at it the most. When God saves you, He puts you on a diet of His Word. The only thing that can revive us is God's Word.
Lessons from Psalms 117118 include: A record of the songs sung at the three great feasts of Israel: Passover, Pentecost, and Tabernacles. At the Passover Christ offered bread and wine; He was going to be the Lamb that was slain the next day. Do not put your confidence in a man. To praise the Lord and glorify His name is critical.
Lessons from Psalms 114116 include: On the cross, Jesus Christ delivered us from the penalty of sin in the past, delivers us from the power of sin in the present, and in the future He will deliver us from the presence of sin. God knows your name and all about you. If we have tensions and hang-ups, the remedy is to praise the Lord. Psalm 116 Jesus sang this song the night before He died. The only thing you can give God is your thanksgiving.
Lessons from Psalms 107110:1 include: We need to tell everyone that God is good. God is not through with the nation of Israel. In the Lord Jesus Christ, we have forgiveness of sins and a pardon for our iniquities, but we have to accept it. God's lovingkindness is lavished on those who belong to Him.
Lessons from Psalms 103106 include: It is only by the Holy Spirit that we can worship the Lord in spirit and in truth. Some of God's choicest servants never experienced healing at all. What we need today above everything is God's mercy. If God dealt with us according to our sins, none of us would be saved.