Gods unending love. Thats what well hear about in this study of Jeremiah, chapters 31-32. Hop aboard the Bible Bus as the prophet tells the people of the new covenant God will make with Israel and Judah, and how He will engrave it upon their hearts.
Its been said that man can live about 40 days without food, three days without water, about eight minutes without air, but for only one second without hope. But what do you do when all hope is gone? Join us for this study of Jeremiah 29-30 as our teacher, Dr. J. Vernon McGee, talks about hope: Where to find it, how to keep it, and what to do when its tested.
Jeremiah is talking to us. You would think that he just got here yesterday. Thats what we hear from Dr. J. Vernon McGee as we continue our study of Jeremiah. Follow along as we see the unfolding of Judahs rebellion that mirrors so much of what we see in the world today.
Youve gone far enough! Turn back. That was Gods message to the people of Judah, and its Gods message to every wandering heart in every generation. Join us as the prophet Jeremiah continues to warn his people of impending judgment.
Jeremiahs story of a world that rejects God reads like this mornings newspapereven though its in the middle of the Old Testament! In our continuing study of this prophetic book, Jeremiahs heart is broken once again as he warns King Zedekiah that judgment is coming.
As our study of the Old Testament book of Jeremiah continues, this leg of our journey takes us by the potters house in Jeremiah 18 and 19. Join us for this beautiful analogy of Gods sovereignty and His desire to conform each of us to His image.
If youve ever felt rejected or alone, then this study is for you! Join us as our teacher, Dr. J. Vernon McGee, takes us through the very dark days of the prophet Jeremiah after the death of King Josiah. And stay with us because the peace and joy Jeremiah finds in Gods Worddespite his circumstancesare an encouragement to all of us.
Josiah was killed by King Necho of Egypt. So, what will happen now? Will Israel continue to turn towards God or will they return to their wicked ways? And how does this relate to us today? Thats what well find out as we come to the 11th chapter of Jeremiah starting at verse six.
What are you willing to sacrifice to get out the Word of God? For Jeremiah and for Christians throughout historyand even todaytheres been a high price to pay for proclaiming Gods Word. In this study, Dr. J. Vernon McGee gives us a glimpse into the personal life of Jeremiah as we come to chapters 9 through 11.
How has your life been changed by your faith in Jesus Christ? Not the little things like attending a particular church or Bible study, but the real changes you experience when you surrender your heart to Jesus, and the difference He makes in your daily life. Join us, as together we answer that question in this very personal and pointed study with Dr. J. Vernon McGee.
Is it too late to turn back to God? Its a question we often hear today, and its one the prophet Jeremiah heard in his day too. How does Jeremiah answer? Find out in this study of Jeremiah chapters 3-6 on Thru the Bible.
A heavy book for heavy hearts. Thats how Dr. J. Vernon McGee describes the book of Jeremiah. But in this study, there is a glimmer of hope as we learn about the young king Josiah and how he helped eradicate idolatry from the land and give Gods Word back its proper authority.
When does God say, Enough!? Thats what well learn in this study of Jeremiah 2 with Dr. J. Vernon McGee. Hop aboard the Bible Bus as we continue our study of this tragic bookfilled with the consequences of turning away from God.