CITA

CITA

Current track

Title

Artist

Current show

Music

12:00 am 6:00 am

Current show

Music

12:00 am 6:00 am

 


Thru the Bible

Thru the Bible

Scheduled on

Weekdays (Mon-Fri) 8:30 pm 9:00 pm

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.

 



 
Visit The Shows HomepageLatest Episodes

Deuteronomy 31:24—34:12

As we come to the end of Deuteronomy, it’s time to say goodbye to Moses. In these final chapters, Moses leaves his people with one last song before they prepare to enter the Promised Land. Follow along as Dr. McGee points out God’s great love for His people one last time in the book of Deuteronomy. May you end our study of this marvelous book clinging to the promise of God’s unconditional, unwavering, matchless love.

Deuteronomy 30:12—31:23

When we last saw the children of Israel, they were misinterpreting God’s Law. Now they are faced with a choice: Life and good, or death and evil. What will they choose? In Deuteronomy 30 and 31, meet Israel’s new leader, Joshua, and get ready to see God’s people enter the Promised Land.

Deuteronomy 29:1—30:13

So often, we miss out on God’s love because we are blinded by our own righteousness. In Deuteronomy 29 and 30, we review Israel’s past and learn how their wandering hearts aren’t much different than ours today. Follow along as Dr. McGee teaches us about the Palestinian covenant, God’s prophecy to Israel, and Israel’s misinterpretation of God’s Law in terms of their own righteousness.

Deuteronomy 27, 28

When God makes a covenant, He never breaks it. In Deuteronomy 27 and 28, we see God’s covenant with Israel regarding the Promised Land. While their success and blessing in the land was dependent on their obedience, God gave them the land without conditions. Likewise, today, God’s love for us comes without conditions, yet His blessing is closely tied to our obedience and hearts of worship toward Him.

Deuteronomy 25, 26

Every day, we are at war with our flesh. In our study of Deuteronomy 25 and 26, Dr. McGee teaches that our flesh is not something to despise or fight with self-discipline. Instead, our flesh can point us to the Holy Spirit. When we walk with God, the fruit of the Spirit will flow from us. Find hope in God’s promise to one day irradicate our flesh and bring us to completion as new creatures.


Read more