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Thru the Bible

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Thru the Bible

Dr. J. Vernon McGee, our founder and teacher, loved to tell the story more than anything else in the world. He began teaching on the radio in 1941, and his voices and stories stand today through the Bible, simply told.

At the core of what Thru the Bible is and what we do, is the conviction that the Bible is true and trustworthy. We believe God uses His Word uniquely in each of our lives to transform the way we think, believe, and live.

How does He do this? We believe that, in part, He does this by telling us His own story: The story of His love, His redemption—a story that He planned and put into place before our time began. At its heart, it’s the story of how He has opened the way for us to know Him, to love and obey Him, to grow deeper day by day in the ways we trust Him. It’s a beautiful story that gets better every time we hear it.

It’s the story Thru the Bible tells every day on the air and invites people to listen.



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Revelation 2:16—3:2

The letter to the church in Thyatira was a warning. Jesus is judging His church. He is pictured with eyes like fire, searching them out. His feet are like burnished brass, representing judgment. But Jesus also commended them for their love for Him and how it prompted works of service, faith, patience, and enduranceall produced by the Holy Spirit. A practical study from Dr. J. Vernon McGee on this fifth church of Revelation.

Revelation 2:12-15

Did you know Satan has a base of operations on earth? Jesus revealed through the apostle John where Satan’s headquarters were in the early days of the church in this study in Revelation 2-3. Dr. J. Vernon McGee reminds us today that even though Satan is loose and ruling like the prince of this world, Jesus promised He was greater than any spiritual enemy. We know who wins.

Revelation 2:8-12

As the Bible Bus arrives in Revelation 2, we’ll hear about the suffering the people in the church in Smyrna experienced. Likely you’ve seen your share of suffering, too. While we hate pain and try to avoid it, God’s Word teaches us God uses it for our good. Our teacher, Dr. J. Vernon McGee, addresses the important question, Why do God’s children suffer? and one of his answers may surprise you.

Revelation 2:4-7

Remember when you first came to the Lord? Remember your enthusiasm? Your commitment? Your love for Him? The promise of this first letter to the church of Ephesians is that if we’re in right relationship with Jesus Christ, then all other relationships will right themselves, too. The secret is turningmaybe it’s turning your back on sin, maybe it’s turning back to God, maybe it’s turning to Christ for salvation for the first time. Come ready to listen and do what God prompts you to do.

Revelation 2:1-4

Ever wish you could get a personal letter from Jesus? Well, seven churches in Asia did. They came through the apostle John’s pen but were inspired by the Lord Jesus Christ Himself. Dr. J. Vernon McGee calls these God’s love letters to churches. They were an encouragement and sometimes a warning to the first recipients of this message, and they do the same for us who listen to them today.