Salvation is just the beginning. Once we’re born again, we’ve got some growing up to do as Christians. In 1 Corinthians 3, Paul warns the church against carnal Christianity and living in the flesh. Follow along as Dr. McGee teaches about the true foundation of the church, the privilege of being a dwelling place for the Holy Spirit, and the joy and blessing of belonging to God.
J. Vernon McGee takes the listener through the entire Bible in just five years chapter by chapter through both the Old and New Testaments. The Saturday broadcast is Questions and Answers which covers questions sent in by listeners of the daily Thru the Bible program. Sunday Sermon is Sunday's program offering listeners a collection of the most effective and fruitful sermons given by Dr. McGee during his ministry at the historic church of the Open Door when it was in downtown Los Angeles.
A good lie. That’s what our teacher, Dr. J. Vernon McGee, calls this section of scripture. Hop aboard the Bible Bus and join us as King Solomon continues to look for satisfaction apart from God and finds only emptiness.
Can life be good without God? That’s the experiment King Solomon explores in the Old Testament book of Ecclesiastes. Join us as his experiment continues in Ecclesiastes, chapters 9 and 10.
Can you get to heaven by living a good life, by doing good? That’s the question we explore as our study of Ecclesiastes continues. Don’t miss this important message, as Dr. J. Vernon McGee reminds us the clock of judgment is ticking, and now is the perfect time to give your life to the Lord.
In our study of Ecclesiastes, we’ve seen King Solomon try it all . . . every self-help fad, every pleasurable pursuit, every achievement, every ego-booster, every feel-good, do-good, be-good activity under the sun . . . but nothing has brought him the satisfaction he longs for. Will he find it? The story continues in chapter 7 and 8.
Can money buy happiness? That’s the topic our teacher Dr. J. Vernon McGee explores as we continue the story of King Solomon in Ecclesiastes, chapters 5 and 6.