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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 Answers
Thru the Bible - Sunday Sermon
Thru the Bible International
A Travs de la Biblia

Thru the Bible on Oneplace.com Dr. J. Vernon McGee

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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 Answers
Thru the Bible - Sunday Sermon
Thru the Bible International
A Travs de la Biblia

    Genesis 18:9—19:5

    Genesis 18:9—19:5

    As God reaffirms His covenant with Abraham, He tells Abraham about the coming destruction of Sodom and Gomorrah. Abraham, worried about his nephew, Lot, inquires about whom God will save. Travel with us as we see Abraham entertain angels without even knowing it and find Lot’s well-watered plain isn’t all he hoped it would be.

    Genesis 17:8—18:8

    Genesis 17:8—18:8

    Throughout Genesis we see over and over that when God makes a promise, He sticks to it. In this study, we’re reminded of the details surrounding His covenant with Abraham, see Abraham plead on Ishmael’s (his illegitimate son) behalf, and hear God promise to bless Ishmael and give him a multitude of descendants.

    Genesis 16:6—17:7

    Genesis 16:6—17:7

    Just when things look impossible, God makes a way. That’s what we’ll see in this study of Genesis. Learn more about Abraham’s story of disobedience (and the birth of his illegitimate child, Ishmael) and God’s faithfulness in giving Him a son through Sarah when he’s 100 years old.

    Genesis 15:6—16:5

    Genesis 15:6—16:5

    Grace comes through faith. That’s the important message we’ll hear from Dr. McGee as we make our way through the pages of Genesis and see that even though God confirms His covenant to Abraham, Sarah and Abraham lose faith and choose Hagar to bear a child.

    Genesis 14:12—15:6

    Genesis 14:12—15:6

    The Bible Bus is headed to what may seem like the wild west. In this study, we’ll witness a kidnapping (of Lot), a chase through the wilderness, and meet a stranger who comes out of nowhere to serve the good guys bread and wine. (And later? We find out that stranger is Jesus!). Want to know more? Hop aboard.

    Genesis 12:13—14:11

    Genesis 12:13—14:11

    You can never be too far gone to come back to God. That’s what we’ll find out as we continue to travel in footsteps of Abraham (Abram). Together we’ll see the undoing of his relationship with Lot and learn how to trust God in difficult circumstances.

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828 Ratings

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I wish I had been listening to this a very long time ago.

a believer in oklahoma ,

Wisdom

I’ve learned so much from these studies! Thank you! 💔❤️

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Train up a child

I was super excited to find the “Bible Bus” in the AppStore. I grew up listening to Dr. McGee’s sermons on the Dallas region’s Christian AM radio station. I’m 56 now. The messages are just as fresh, pertinent, & timely today as when first recorded. Thank you for making them available via this podcast media.

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