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Paul says that we are looking for that blessed hopethat is, the day when Christ will come again. What will that be like, and when will it happen?
The four Gospels don’t give a complete picture of the day Jesus died. For that we must turn our attention to the Psalms and see the cross from the perspective of the One who was hanging on it.
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.
For almost a millennium, the children of Israel possessed Palestine. But because of their disobedience, they were taken away into captivity. That was the beginning of a new period in which Jerusalem would be trampled by the Gentiles until the t
The final segment of Dr. McGee’s four-part series Why Four Gospels? In what has been misunderstood as the simple gospel, Dr. McGee reveals that John’s intent in writing this gospel was to provide us with some of the most profound truths of the
Luke’s Gospel written for the Greeks has had more influence on our world than any contributions made by the ancient Greek cultureincluding its art, architecture, and science.
The New Testament opens with four different accounts of the life of Jesus, each approaching their story from a different perspective. Mark’s is a book of action and service as he focuses his attention on the people of the Roman Empire.
The New Testament opens with four different perspectives on the life of Jesus. Matthew’s focus was on the religious nature of Israel and the coming of the promised Messiah.
On one fateful night, shepherds stood in awe as a vast company of angels declared the birth of the Lord Jesus Christ. That same feeling should sweep over our own lives as we consider the Great Joy who came to die so that we might have life.
After Malachi delivered God's final message in the Old Testament, there was a strange silence for more than 400 years. People began to wonder, Has God forgotten us? Has He withdrawn? Dr. McGee answers those questions from the perspective of his
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 Go
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 Go
One of the most widely recognized, and arguably the greatest, parables of Jesus is found in Luke 15. As Dr. McGee paints a verbal picture of the story of the prodigal son, the Scripture reveals the loving nature of our Father.
One of the most widely recognized, and arguably the greatest, parables of Jesus is found in Luke 15. As Dr. McGee paints a verbal picture of the story of the prodigal son, the Scripture reveals the loving nature of our Father.
There’s nothing like going to a wedding and seeing the bride appear in all her glory as she walks down the aisle. The story of Isaac and Rebekah paints a picture for us of Christ anticipating the receiving of His bride, the church.
There’s nothing like going to a wedding and seeing the bride appear in all her glory as she walks down the aisle. The story of Isaac and Rebekah paints a picture for us of Christ anticipating the receiving of His bride, the church.
We no longer have a place where we present sacrifices, because Jesus Christ fulfilled the need for a sacrifice by the giving of His life. But God is still calling out people to be used by Him as a kingdom of priests.
We no longer have a place where we present sacrifices, because Jesus Christ fulfilled the need for a sacrifice by the giving of His life. But God is still calling out people to be used by Him as a kingdom of priests.
Jesus uses the illustration of the vine and the branches to picture His relationship to the church. Dr. McGee brings out the practical teaching for believers today.
Jesus uses the illustration of the vine and the branches to picture His relationship to the church. Dr. McGee brings out the practical teaching for believers today.
One of the most tender ways God expresses His love and care for us is by describing Himself as a Shepherd and each of us as His sheep. But who exactly is counted among His sheep? And what exactly is He trying to tell us? Join Dr. McGee for a me
One of the most tender ways God expresses His love and care for us is by describing Himself as a Shepherd and each of us as His sheep. But who exactly is counted among His sheep? And what exactly is He trying to tell us? Join Dr. McGee for a me
One of the most popular hymns of all times is Amazing Grace. Perhaps the reason is that we can all identify with the hopeless condition of the lost and the amazing grace of God that is able to save the most wretched soul. But how is God’s grace
One of the most popular hymns of all times is Amazing Grace. Perhaps the reason is that we can all identify with the hopeless condition of the lost and the amazing grace of God that is able to save the most wretched soul. But how is God’s grace
God is following a plan. This truth is revealed in the numerous prophecies recorded in the Scriptures. Most have already been fulfilled, but there are still many waiting for the day of their fulfillment, particularly those dealing with the Seco
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