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How Does the Spirit of God Teach Us?

August 27, 2019 praying hands

Only the Spirit of God can teach the Bible to us. We can get Bible facts on our own, but the Spirit of God must open our minds and hearts if we are to understand the spiritual truth that is there.

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The Remedy of the Christian Life

July 29, 2019 image_Remedy of the Christian Life

What is one essential the godly man and woman need to successfully navigate this life? Dr. McGee shared that it’s a prescription only God can fill. And you’ve probably got one within arm’s reach.

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Why Study 1 & 2 Timothy?

July 29, 2019 Timothy headline

When you know your time is short, what do you tell those who you lead? The Apostle Paul knew his time on earth would soon be up, so he wrote to his young protégé, Timothy, about how to continue on without him—about how to grow a healthy and strong local assembly of believers organized for a common purpose: The glory of God.

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How is God Shaping You?

June 25, 2019 Potted plants on a shelf

You may have heard the expression, “He is the potter; I am the clay.” That metaphor comes from the book of Jeremiah—and from our study on the broadcast this month.

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Look at the Cross

March 21, 2019 cross in forest

God made His Son’s soul an offering for sin. Christ Jesus was treated as sin, for we are told in 2 Corinthians 5:21 that He was made sin for us—Him who knew no sin.

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Why Study Colossians?

March 10, 2019 Colossians headline

"This book brings Christ down to where we live--right down to the nitty-gritty, where the rubber meets the road. That's where we need and want a fresh understanding of who Jesus is. You get all you need in Him."

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Why Study Song of Solomon?

February 19, 2019 Song of Solomon headline

Solomon's love song to his wife is a timeless, profound, love letter picturing God's love for us. Dr. McGee tells us, "Salvation is a love affair--we love Him because He first loved us. That is the story this little book is telling."

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Beloved—Love Lesson #1

January 29, 2019 woman holding heart

Someone once asked Dr. McGee to name his favorite song. “Too many to mention,” he answered. But in his list he said the Song of Solomon, the Old Testament book, was one of history’s most profound and beautiful songs. “In the Song of Solomon we learn if we turn from the world and set our affections on Jesus, we cannot fathom the infinite preciousness of His love.”

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Why Study Ephesians?

October 16, 2018 Ephesians headline

Think about how you've grown in your Christian life since you came to faith in Jesus Christ. The why and how are here in Ephesians. Find out in our study this month what it means to be a Christian and a church, both in faith and in practice.

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How Does God Save Us?

September 24, 2018 cross in forest

Ephesians has the definitive description of our wonderful salvation in Christ Jesus. Dr. McGee shares about a conversation he had that answers the great question, just how does God save us?

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The Song of the Universe

August 28, 2018 organ-player_small

Today you and I are living in a created universe that is actually singing worship to a worthy God. But man is out of tune, and God’s great purpose is to bring man back into the harmony of heaven.

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Following Jesus in the Shepherd Psalms

July 25, 2018 two sheep grazing

The Psalms express the deepest emotions of shepherds and kings, prophets and priests, as they wrestle with loss, disillusionment, celebration, and the hope of eternal life with the God who made them. But more than anything, the Psalms picture a new way to see Jesus Christ.

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How Does Your Garden Grow?

June 25, 2018 amos-bar-zeev-138099

How long have you known and walked with Jesus Christ as your Lord and Savior? Interestingly, God makes it clear in His Word that it’s not the years that matter, but the growth in godliness that is the fruit of those years.

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When Love is Hard

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You don’t need lessons on how to love when you’re with loveable people. Love comes easily—or at least easier. It’s when you’re surrounded by stinkers that it gets hard. The book of 1 Corinthians was written to those kinds of people. Bickering. Back-biters. Gossipers. Spiritual babies. A prideful pack of people. First Corinthians is called Paul’s “hard letter” by Bible teachers, Dr. McGee included. In our daily journey on the Bible Bus this month, we’ll learn all about the surprising similarities between the church in Corinth and our own churches today.

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