1 Thessalonians 1:4-6

Hop aboard the Bible Bus as we continue our study of the earliest letter written by the Apostle Paul. As we travel through the pages of 1 Thessalonians 1, our teacher, Dr. J. Vernon McGee, explores the concept of divine election from what he describes as “God’s point of view.”

1 Thessalonians 1:2-3

Who are you praying for today? No doubt several people come to mind. Family? Friends? Maybe your church or a mission organization? Join us in 1 Thessalonians 1 as the Apostle Paul reminds us of how important it is to pray—for ourselves, for others, and for situations we encounter every day.

1 Thessalonians 1:1

Does the reality of Jesus’ rapture change the way we live? Are we living more holy lives because we know we might see Jesus at any moment? These are a couple of the important questions our teacher, Dr. J. Vernon McGee, asks in this study of 1 Thessalonians.

Isaiah 65:3-66:24

In our final study of the book of Isaiah, we’ll travel through chapters 65 and 66 and take a quick side trip through Revelation 21 and 22. Join as we learn about the “new heavens and new earth” and complete our study with God’s instruction to hear and heed His call.

Isaiah 64:1-65:2

The value of Christian service in our lives. That’s one of the things our teacher, Dr. J. Vernon McGee, emphasizes as we continue to look at the Great Tribulation and the Millennium in our ongoing study of the book of Isaiah.

Isaiah 63:1-19

“There is law in love and there is love in law.” That’s the wisdom our teacher, Dr. J. Vernon McGee, shares in our study of Isaiah 63. Join us for a closer look at God’s judgement and mercy and are reminded of the importance of completely yielding our lives to the Lord.

Isaiah 61:2-62:12

Our study of the Old Testament book of Isaiah continues in chapter 61, where we’ll witness the foreshadowing of Jesus Christ and be reminded of the power God’s Word has to save us all.

Isaiah 60:1-61:2

In John 8:12 Jesus said, “I am the light of the world: he that followeth me shall not walk in darkness, but shall have the light of life.” Find out the connection between that verse and the prophecy of the Redeemer we find in Isaiah, chapter 60, as our study of God’s entire Word continues on Thru the Bible.

Isaiah 58:4-59:21

Why doesn’t God hear people when they pray? Why doesn’t God do something to help them? That’s what we’ll discover in our study of the Old Testament book of Isaiah, chapters 58 and 59. Travel with us as we hear of God’s condemnation of Israel’s wicked ways and His concern for their welfare through the provision of a Redeemer.

Isaiah 57:6-58:3

Does it ever seem like the wicked prosper and the faithful suffer? If so, join us in Isaiah 57 as we’re reminded that the Lord sees the wicked and He will not be silent. Judgment is coming—as well as comfort for the people who trust Him.

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