A Christian should be adventurous, tremendously interested in life, on the race course running for that prize which is Jesus Christ. That’s what our teacher, Dr. J. Vernon McGee, says in response to King Solomon’s experiments with fatalism and egotism in Ecclesiastes chapters 3 and 4. Hop aboard the Bible Bus as we hear more about the foolishness of the supposedly wise king.
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.
When Jesus described what it will be like when He comes again for us, He used a wedding as His example. That’s also the beautiful picture we see in Song of Solomon, chapter 2. Join as Dr. McGee tells us more about the joyful return of our Lord.
In this study of Song of Solomon, Jesus is compared to a rose of Sharon, a lily of the valley, and an orange tree with large, healthy fruit and flowers that you could smell a block away. Travel with us through the land of Israel as we enjoy the view of flowers and fruit trees, which all speak to us of the loveliness of Christ.
The loveliness of Jesus. That’s one of the things our teacher, Dr. J. Vernon McGee, emphasized in our continuing study of the Song of Solomon. Witness first hand the delight the bride and bridegroom continue to find in one another.
Our study of the Song of Solomon continues as we find the young Shulamite girl and the shepherd boy growing in affection for one another. Join us at the king’s round table as Dr. J. Vernon McGee explains the parallels between their interactions and our relationship with our Savior, Jesus Christ.
A wonderful picture of the love God has for His beloved. That’s how our teacher, Dr. J. Vernon McGee, describes the Old Testament book of Song of Solomon. Travel with us as our study of chapter one continues and we begin to discover the depths of God’s love for each of us.