Worried about something today? Learn how to pray about it instead. We’ll learn in Philippians 4 how to exchange stress for strength and anxiety for thanksgiving. Best of all, you’ll experience the peace of God that He promises to everyone who entrusts Him with everything in their lives. Joy is the source of power; prayer is the secret of power.
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.
In our introduction to the Song of Solomon, we began to see it’s not only a marvelous illustration of ideal married love, but it’s also a picture of the love relationship between the believer and Jesus Christ. Meet us in chapter one as the epic love story begins with a kiss.
Salvation is a love affairwe love God because He first loved us. That’s what we’ll find as we study the Song of Solomon. Join us as Dr. J. Vernon McGee introduces us to the young Shulamite girl and the shepherd to whom she gives her heart.
The holy of holies. That’s what the Song of Solomon has been called through the ages. Hop aboard the Bible Bus as we begin our fascinating study of this book by first taking a look at the four meanings that have been found.
Get back to God. That’s the advice we hear today as we conclude King Solomon’s search for fulfillment in Ecclesiastes. Join us for the final message in this terrific study that reminds us the only solution to the problems in life is Jesus Christ our Lord.
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.