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 temple is completed and the ark of the covenant has been carried in. Learn why this is the permanent resting place for the ark and why it shouldn't be moved again. This final placement was significant in Solomon's day and it's also significant for you and me.
Have you ever wondered why God included some of the things He did in His Word? For example, why didn't He tell us more about creationand fewer details about how to build the temple and how to decorate it? We'll hear the answers to these questions and more as we travel the pages of 2 Chronicles 2-5.
Let's keep in step with God and do something that is alive and moving! That's the inspiration we'll hear from Dr. J. Vernon McGee in 1 Chronicles 22-23. Don't miss this exciting study that covers the preparations for the building of the temple and David naming Solomon as his successor.
David's adultery with Bathsheba and the murder of her husband was scandalous. Yet when the events of David's life are recounted from God's perspective in the book of 1 Chronicles, that's not the sin God points out as the greatest blot on David's record. Find out what God says is David's greatest sin and why.
We're at war. That's right, what is happening in our world is just a reflection of the spiritual battle raging in our souls. Dr. J. Vernon McGee walks us through some of the same battles David fought and we see God's faithfulness throughout his lifetime as well as our own.
What was David's biggest sin? If you answered his relationship with Bathsheba, you may be surprised at God's point of view. Join us in 1 Chronicles, chapters 11 and 12, where we learn that God's view of sin may be very different than what we've been taught.
Who killed Saul? Did he kill himself? Did he die from his wounds inflicted by the Philistines? Or did the young Amalekite kill him as he bragged to David? That's the mystery we tried to solve in our study of 1 Samuel. But as we travel through 1 Chronicles, we finally hear the truth from God's perspective. Stay tuned as we learn the answer to not only who killed Saul, but also why.
The desert of Chronicles, that's how Dr. J. Vernon McGee describes the landscape of our new study in this Old Testament book. Our journey through Chronicles takes us through some of the same events as the book of Kings, but this time we'll see them from God's viewpoint instead of man's.
In our study of Romans 16 we come down from the mountain peaks of doctrine, to what Dr. J. Vernon McGee calls the dirty streets of first century Rome. Hop aboard the Bible Bus for the amazing conclusion of our study in Romans with Paul's words of gratitude for those who made his ministry possible.
How do you choose which charities or ministries to financially support? Do you consider the priorities of its mission? Do you investigate its effectiveness? Or are you swayed by emotional appeals? Dr. J. Vernon McGee shares two important points to consider before giving money to any organization.
In his epistle to the Philippians, Paul says that Jesus made Himself of no reputation, taking the form of a bondservant, and coming in the likeness of men. This begs the question, why would God the Son leave His heavenly dwelling and in humility take on human nature?