Ezra 7:1-8:36

As we’ve studied the Bible together, it’s easy to see that Ezra nears the top of the list of those who love God’s Word and know how to handle it rightly. Learn more about the character and practice of Ezra the scribe as he leads a group of 2,000 back to Jerusalem.

Ezra 5:1-6:22

What’s the difference between our condition—how we are today—and our position in Christ—something that will never change? In this study of Ezra, Dr. McGee explains what our condition and position are in Christ and if there really is a difference. Follow along as God raises up the prophets Haggai and Zechariah and the people finish the temple and dedicate it.

Ezra 3:1-4:24

How do you overcome resistance—in others and in your own heart? That’s what we’ll learn in this study. Come along as those who return to Israel build the altar of burnt offerings and begin work on the temple as opposition arises.

Ezra 1:2-2:70

Do you think God can use you? Are you sensing a need to be part of something bigger—something great? In this study, Dr. J. Vernon McGee is very clear that every Christian has a responsibility to get involved in God’s work around the world. So, follow along as King Cyrus gives the people of Israel permission to return to Israel and restores the vessels taken by Nebuchadnezzar from the temple in Jerusalem.

Ezra 1:1-2

Known mainly as a priest and scribe, Ezra also contributed to the Old Testament canon—which means he was part of deciding what books of Israel’s history would be considered God’s Word. He was led by the Spirit of God and, as Dr. McGee points out, he was used by God to lead a revival—not by methods or organization, but through God’s Word alone. Would you like to have a revival in your own heart and life? Find out how as we study the Old Testament book of Ezra.

1 Corinthians 16:1-24

The church at Corinth was just like any church today. May the themes of diversity, unity, freedom, and love make an indelible mark on your life as we close our study of 1 Corinthians. Paul ends his letter with a reminder to be cheerful givers and to “let all that you do be done with love.” And on that high note, we’ll say goodbye to the church at Corinth—for now.

1 Corinthians 15:35-58

Plants don’t look anything like the seeds they grew from; they look stronger, fuller, and better. Paul likens the earthly body to a dead seed that will be planted and raised up as a flourishing plant. Just like seeds, our earthly bodies will grow into fruitfulness. Discover the truth about our resurrected bodies, eternal life, and the Holy Spirit in us that conquers death. Someday, your broken body will be raised up as glorious—“sown in weakness, raised in power.”

1 Corinthians 15:1-44

Do you ever feel bad about your body? Take heart—you’re going to get a new one. Every child of God is promised a place in His kingdom, and with that place, a new spiritual body. First Corinthians 15:44 describes our bodies as “sown a natural body, raised a spiritual body.” Health and wholeness will be an everyday thing in God’s kingdom.

1 Corinthians 15:1-8

Jesus’ resurrection turned faith into a reality. When people saw Jesus face-to-face after He died on the cross and rose again, their lives were changed forever. Paul was one of those people. Seeing Jesus—the fulfillment of prophecy and God’s promises—turned his life around. As you study God’s Word today, may you be reminded of the unchangeable, verifiable reality of the hope we have in Christ and His coming kingdom.

1 Corinthians 14:1-40

The church needs you. When one part of the body stops functioning, the whole body suffers. Today, learn about the importance of using your spiritual gifts. Don’t believe the lie that you don’t matter or can’t contribute to the church. Discover the joy of connecting with other believers through worship, spiritual gifts, and fellowship in the Holy Spirit.

1 Corinthians 12:31-14:2

Some things are too beautiful for words. In 1 Corinthians 13, Paul writes to the Corinthians about God’s love. Follow along as Dr. McGee teaches through the “Love Chapter” and reminds us that God’s love is what motivates us to love others and gives energy to our spiritual gifts. Without God’s love, life loses its meaning and sweetness.

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