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 Lor
“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.
Can life be good without God? That’s the experiment King Solomon explores in the Old Testament book of Ecclesiastes. Join us as his experiment continues in Ecclesiastes, chapters 9 and 10.
Can you get to heaven by living a good life, by “doing good?” That’s the question we explore as our study of Ecclesiastes continues. Don’t miss this important message, as Dr. J. Vernon McGee reminds us the clock of judgment is ticking, and now is the perf
In our study of Ecclesiastes, we’ve seen King Solomon try it all . . . every self-help fad, every pleasurable pursuit, every achievement, every ego-booster, every feel-good, do-good, be-good activity under the sun . . . but nothing has brought him the sat
Can money buy happiness? That’s the topic our teacher Dr. J. Vernon McGee explores as we continue the story of King Solomon in Ecclesiastes, chapters 5 and 6.
“Live for yourself! Do whatever it takes to be happy!” That’s the state of mind we find King Solomon in as we continue our study of the Old Testament book of Ecclesiastes. Will the philosophies of egotism or religion bring him the satisfaction he longs
“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 i
Fame, fortune, an unending list of friends. If you could have everything you ever wanted, would you be happy? That’s the question we explore in Ecclesiastes, chapters 2 and 3. Join us for the continuing saga of King Solomon’s quest for satisfaction apart