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These Sunday Sermon messages form a collection of the most effective and fruitful sermons given by Dr. J. Vernon McGee during his 21-year pastorate (1949-1970) at the historic Church of the Open Door when it was located in downtown Los Angeles.OtherThru the BiblePrograms:Thru the BibleThru the Bible - Questions AnswersThru the Bible InternationalA Travs de la Biblia
Thru the Bible takes the listener through the entire Bible in just five years, threading back and forth between the Old and New Testaments. You can begin the study at any time. When we have concluded Revelation, we will start over again in Genesis, so if you are with us for five years you will not miss any part of the Bible.Other Thru the Bible Programs:Thru the Bible - Questions AnswersThru the Bible - Sunday SermonThru the Bible InternationalA Travs de la Biblia
Questions and Answers offers Dr. J. Vernon McGee's signature wit and wisdom in answering Bible questions sent to him by radio listeners throughout his years of ministry.OtherThru the BiblePrograms:Thru the BibleThru the Bible - Sunday SermonThru the Bible InternationalA Travs de la Biblia
Don Quijote de la Mancha (ortografía y título original —1605—, El ingenioso hidalgo Don Quixote de la Mancha) es una de las obras cumbre de la literatura española y la literatura universal, el libro más traducido después de la Biblia, escrito por Miguel de Cervantes. La novela consta de dos partes: la primera, El ingenioso hidalgo don Quijote de la Mancha, fue publicada en 1605; la segunda, El ingenioso caballero don Quijote de la Mancha, en 1615. La primera parte se imprimió en Madrid, en c ...
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Esta es la traducción de estudios bíblicos en Calvary Hanford, una iglesia en el valle central de California donde estudiamos la Biblia capítulo por capítulo y versículo por versículo
Predicación predicada en Saltillo, Coahuila México con los Pastores Jorge y Vicky Ynurreta de la iglesia Centro Cristiano Pacto de Gracia. Para más información porfavor visite
¿Sabía usted que la gente indígena de América Latina son algunas de las 12 Tribus de Israel? Examinando, históricamente, los pueblos de América Latina, muchas cuestiones de origen y de la historia pre-colonial se traen para emerger en uno de los asuntos más polémicos de nuestro tiempo moderno. De hecho, durante los siglos 15 a 18 este era el tema más extenso posible investigado de la época. ¿Quiénes son los pueblos antiguos de Las Américas? Obligados por los sucesos actuales de la era, tales ...
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If you had to reduce your life down to just one thing, one priority, what would it be? Find out how the Apostle Paul answered that question in this, our final study in Colossians on Thru the Bible.
(Isaiah 1)Over the course of history, many nations have come to a place where the political, moral, and spiritual degradation of its people have led them so far from God that there is no hope for recovery. The Book of Isaiah shows us these things from Gods perspective.
1) When does the Holy Spirit enter the life of a believer?2) Could you explain when a Christian can judge and not judge?3) Who should rebuke a sinner in public according to 1 Timothy 5:20?4) What is the cup in Psalm 75:8?5) Why do some translations omit the word "not" in Isaiah 9:3?6) What are the three necessary elements for a true conversion ...…
Christ is the head of the church, and we are complete in Him. And, if were risen with Christ, were to seek the things that are above! Weve already seen that it leads to personal holiness. In this study well see it should also lead to holiness in our relationships, homes, and jobs.
Personal holiness is a topic many Christians like to avoid. In this study of Colossians 3:6-12 our teacher, Dr. J. Vernon McGee, tackles this subject head on and shows Gods Word instructs us to take off our sinful deeds like a filthy garment and replace them with new and healthy habits.
Have you heard the challenge, Show me your calendar and your checkbook, and Ill show you whats truly most important in your life? What do your calendar and checkbook reveal about your priorities? In our continuing study of Colossians, well see that, as believers, our commitment to Christ should be first in our lives.…
In this busy world, there are so many things competing for our attention. How do we stay on track and not get easily pulled away from whats really important? Thats what Paul is talking about in Colossians 2:8-23. Join us as the Bible Bus continues our journey Thru the Bible.
One of the dangers we face in a world with information at our fingertips is looking for answers to the difficulties of life everywhere except where its promised. In this study, we travel deeper into the book of Colossians and find that only in Jesus can all the treasures of wisdom and knowledge be found.…
(Colossians 3)Have you ever noticed how often the Bible speaks about clothing? From the tunics of skin God made for Adam and Eve to Revelation 19 where the armies in heaven are clothed in fine linen, white and clean? It also speaks of the spiritual clothing were called to put off and put on.
1) How should we interpret Colossians 4:1 and the relationship of masters and servants?2) If a Christian freely uses filthy language could it be that they are not saved?3) Have you ever doubted Romans 8:28?4) What is the meaning of water in John 3:5?5) John 3:13 says no one has ascended to heaven but He who came down, but what about Enoch and E ...…
If you like to set goals and work to see them accomplished, then this study on Thru the Bible is for you. Join us in Colossians 1:24-29 as our teacher, Dr. J. Vernon McGee, has a two-part challenge for everyone in the church today.
When you read the Bible, its good to remember that not only are the verses, sentences, and chapters connected, but its also important to look at how one book connects with another. Learn more about the purpose of Colossians and how it really is a companion epistle to the letters Paul wrote to the Ephesians and Philippians.…
Hop aboard the Bible Bus as we climb what Dr. J. Vernon McGee calls the loftiest peaks of the Bible. In this study well explore the person and position of our Savior, Jesus Christ.
Faith, hope, and love. Dr. McGee describes these as the trinity of Christian life. Hop aboard the Bible Bus and travel with us as we continue our study of Colossians, chapter one.
Do you remember the song, I Cant Get No Satisfaction? If you dont recall this Rolling Stones hit, you likely know what its talking about. The truth is for many, satisfaction is elusive. If thats you, join us on Thru the Bible for a new study in Colossians, where well find out where and how deep satisfaction can be found.…
(Colossians 1:24)Many ask the question, Why do we have to suffer? Well, the Scriptures give us many reasons. One is provided for us in Pauls Epistle to the Colossians.
1) What is meant by the pouring out of the spirit in Acts 2:18?2) Does 2 John, verses 9-11, mean we cannot have cult members in our home to witness to them?3) Will the 144,000 Jews be taken to Petra?4) Since we are under grace does that mean we no longer need to obey the Law?5) Could you explain the verse Many are called, but few are chosen?…
We need to know the Lord, love him, and make him known. Thats the wisdom well hear from Dr. J. Vernon McGee in our concluding study of the Song of Solomon. Travel with us through the pages of chapter 5-8 for the concluding verses of this grand love story.
Chief among ten thousand and altogether lovely. Those are the beautiful words well hear to describe the Lord Jesus in our study of Song of Solomon. Join us in chapter 6 as we continue to see the depths of Gods love for us in our examination of the love story of the Shulamite girl and the great king.
The tender love song of a bridegroom to his bride. Thats what well explore in Song of Solomon, chapter 4. Hop aboard the Bible Bus as we hear more about Solomons deep love for the Shulamite girl and the deeper meaning it has for us in our relationship with the Lord.
(2 Chronicles 9:1-9; 1 Kings 10:24)King Solomon was the wisest, richest, and most honored king of his day. His fame spread far and wide. It even reached the Queen of Sheba, who determined to make a journey to find out for herself if all that she heard was true.
1) What is our responsibility in reaching our neighbors for Jesus Christ?2) Why do you say that a man should be jealous for his wife when the Bible teaches that love is not jealous?3) Did Paul teach the virgin birth in Galatians 4:4?
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