1 Kings 1:1-2:2

David is on his deathbed, but who is next in line to be king? Find out as we begin a new study in 1 Kings.

2 Samuel 23:1-24:25

We can depend on God. That’s one of the many lessons we learn as we travel the pages of 2 Samuel chapters 23 and 24 and hear the final words of King David.

2 Samuel 21:1-23:39

“God judges nations.” That’s the wisdom Dr. McGee shares as we see the end of David’s career as a warrior. In return for God’s faithfulness, David sings praises to God.

2 Samuel 19:1-20:26

Absalom is dead and David’s grief is unbearable. In his pain, David makes efforts to restore a divided kingdom and humbly accept God’s punishment for his sins.

2 Samuel 17:1-18:33

David and Absalom are at war, and it ends with devastating consequences. Hop aboard the Bible Bus for the conclusion to this heartbreaking family tragedy.

2 Samuel 15:1-16:23

God loves us despite our flaws. That’s what we’ll learn today as David is on the run and his son Absalom secretly begins plotting against him.

2 Samuel 13:1-14:33

“What a man sows, he will reap.” That’s the painful lesson we learn today as we watch King David deal with his sons.

2 Samuel 11:27-12:31

The prophet Nathan prepares to confront the great King David with his sin. What’s David’s reaction? And how does God deal with David’s sin?

2 Samuel 10:1-11:27

“Secret sin on earth is open scandal in heaven. God knows what we do.” That’s what Dr. J. Vernon McGee warns as we study two of King David’s greatest sins.

2 Samuel 8:1-9:13

David finds out that a grandson of his great enemy, Saul, is still living. What will he do? Find out as we study what Dr. McGee calls “one of the most beautiful stories in the Scriptures.”

2 Samuel 7:1-29

God’s extravagant grace. That’s what Dr. J. Vernon McGee talks about today as the Bible Bus arrives at what he calls “one of the most significant chapters in the Old Testament.”

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