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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 miss any part of the Bible.Other Thru the Bible Programs:Thru the Bible - Questions AnswersThru the Bible - Sunday SermonThru the Bible InternationalA Travs de la Biblia

1 1 John 2:23-29 June 24, 2020

Make it your passion and your priority to know Jesus. That should be on the top of our list of what to do todayand every daywhether weve just begun this journey of walking with the Lord, or as Dr. McGee said, weve known the Lord for decades. In this study, the Apostle John tells us how we can know Jesus intimately through His Word, and how the Holy Spirit plays an important part in our journey.

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1 1 John 2:19-22 June 23, 2020
How do I know if I am saved? Its one of the most common questions Christians ask their pastors. In this study, Dr. McGee takes us to Gods Word for the definitive answer and tells us about those who profess to be believers but are living a lie.
1 1 John 2:16-19 June 22, 2020
What is the secret to living the Christian life? Dr. McGee gives a very honest and straightforward answer to that question as he tells us how we can protect ourselves against the antichrists in the world today and the political ruler that will one day pretend to be Christ.
1 1 John 2:12-16 June 19, 2020
First John has one of the most succinct and clear summaries of what it means to be a Christian. If you know Jesus Christ as your Savior or if youve not yet met Him, this study will make it very clear to you what this life of following Jesus is …
1 1 John 2:8-16 June 18, 2020
God is love. Thats the theme were studying as we continue our study in 1 John. Learn more about important topics like: how to avoid the wicked one, the importance of loving our brother, and the sword of the Spiritthe weapon God has given to all of us.
1 1 John 2:3-8 June 17, 2020
Is there a difference between the Word of God and the commandments of God? Find out the answer to this question and more as the Apostle John tells us more about the importance of knowledge of and obedience to Gods Word.
1 1 John 2:1-3 June 16, 2020
Do you long for joy and assurance? In this study, Dr. McGee tells us that real joy is only found in a relationship with Jesus and through fellowship with God. Hear more about Jesus propitiation, advocacy, and intercession for each of us before the Father.
1 1 John 1:7-10 June 15, 2020
How can we have fellowship with God? Its an important question. Dr. McGee shares two methods believers often try to get close to God, but dont work; then he tells us more about the importance of confessing our sins so we can be restored to the Father.
1 1 John 1:5-7 June 12, 2020
In his first epistle, the Apostle John tells us God is holy and dwells in light, and that man is not holy and dwells in darknesswith a very steep and deep canyon between us and God. So how has God made a way for us to have a relationship with …
1 1 John 1:1-4 June 11, 2020
What does it mean to have a relationship with God? We hear that phrase a lotdo you ever wonder how it works? Is having a relationship with God like having a relationship with other people? In this study, Dr. McGee answers these questions and tells us more about the benefits …
1 1 John Intro—1:1 June 10, 2020
Near the end of his life, the Apostle John, pastor of the church in Ephesus, wrote believers a family letter to teach them how to stand firm against heresy, to walk in the light, and grow closer to God. See how these principles still apply to us today.
Jonah 4 June 9, 2020
Jonahs mission is completed, but hes angry. How will God handle it? Will Jonah finally see things Gods way? In this final study, we see God deal graciously with Jonah and save Nineveh, just as He promised He would.
Jonah 3:9, 10 June 8, 2020
Partially digested. Thats how Dr. McGee describes Jonahs appearance when he arrived in Nineveh. Is it enough to get the attention of these wicked people? Will they listen to God? Will God spare them? These are the important questions we explore as we watch God move Nineveh.
Jonah 3:2-10 June 5, 2020
Nineveh was one of the greatest cities in the ancient world. In fact, the Bible says it was an exceeding great city. But as Dr. McGee tells us, Nineveh was not only great in size, but great in wickedness, too! So, how will the Ninevites react when Jonah shows up …
Hebrews 9:6-27 Dec. 27, 2019
When do you know if youve done enough for God? The answer, of course, is we can never do enough to please God. We cant do enough good works. We cant offer enough sacrifices for our sins. We can never be good enough. Or holy enough. Or loving enough. So, …
Hebrews 9:2-24 Dec. 26, 2019
Jesus stands before God on your behalf. Thats what we hear from Dr. J. Vernon McGee as we continue our study of Hebrews. In contrast to the sacrifices for sin made by earthly priests, Christ was sacrificed once for eternal redemption.
Hebrews 9:1-7 Dec. 25, 2019
Worship. Thats what were talking about as our study of Hebrews continues. In chapter 9 we learn more about our opportunity to worship the living Christ who is our great High Priest in heaven.
Hebrews 8:6-13 Dec. 24, 2019
Under grace, not the Law. Thats where you stand today if you are in Christ Jesus. Isnt that good news? Hear more about the new covenant God made with his people as our study of Hebrews 8 continues.
Hebrews 7:25—8:6 Dec. 23, 2019
Jesus is real! We have a living, powerful, loving advocate in the person of Jesus Christ. This study gives us a reminder of whats important: That Jesus isnt dead, He conquered death, and He has all the power needed to provide us with what we need.
Hebrews 7:20—8:2 Dec. 20, 2019
Our study of Jesus as a high and perfect priest continues in Hebrews chapters 7 and 8. Join as the author of Hebrews reflects on the power and majesty of our Lord Jesus Christ set on the right hand of the throne.