The Bible Study Hour
We can be knowledgeable, eloquent, wise and charitable, but the true measure of our spiritual state is not determined by any of these impressive characteristics. Today on The Bible Study Hour, Dr. Boice will offer us a simple, two question test that can identify the mark of any true believer. Let’s continue our series on “Great Chapters of the Bible” with a look into 1 Corinthians 13.
1 Corinthians 13
If you’ve ever read through Jesus’ teaching in the Sermon on the Mount, you may have wondered why God would ever want us to be poor, sad and weak. On today’s broadcast of The Bible Study Hour, we’ll learn that while the “Beatitudes” are well known among Christians, they are also frequently misunderstood. We’re about to find out what kind of attributes truly characterize a Christian life.
The disciples were confused and disheartened when Jesus announced his impending death as they sat around the Passover table. But along with that announcement, he gave them a promise of extraordinary hope and victory. Today on The Bible Study Hour, we’ll discover that the key to understanding life and knowing God is contained in Jesus’ words in John chapter 14.
Today on The Bible Study Hour with Dr. James Boice, we’ll look at a passage that delivers great news by unpacking an important sequence of events that began in eternity past. And we’ll learn what our belief in the hope of the gospel today has to do with Joshua and Caleb’s mission into the promise land all those years ago. Thanks for joining us for this powerful, practical study of Romans 8.
In an impressively rich, yet condensed presentation of Christian theology, one single chapter of Romans sums up the entire gospel. Today on The Bible Study Hour, Dr. Boice will teach on this incredible chapter, which he refers to as the very “heart of the Bible.” We’ll get a theology lesson and learn why trying to earn salvation is like attempting to pay for groceries with monopoly money.
Consequences. Judgment. Accountability. It’s no secret that these aren’t especially popular terms in our modern age of tolerance. But the Bible isn’t shy about our what God requires of us - and it’s a calling that comes with instructions, standards, and a metaphorically narrow path. Thanks for tuning into The Bible Study Hour today as Dr. Boice unpacks the Biblical secret to the “good life.”
December’s not the only good time to remember the birth of our Savior. Today on The Bible Study Hour with Dr. James Boice, we’ll consider how a lowly stable became a holy place in an amazing story, full of wonder and paradox. We’re about to find out the best way to celebrate the most famous birthday in the history of the world, as we study the narrative contained in Luke chapter 2!
If you’ve ever suffered though a trying time, then you can probably relate to David’s description of the “valley of the shadow of death” in Psalm 23. But even during those times when we feel most threatened, there are four essential things that we will never be without. Today on The Bible Study Hour, Dr. Boice will walk us through the important promises packed into that famous Psalm!
Today on The Bible Study Hour, we’re kicking off a new series entitled, “Great Chapters of the Bible.” Thanks for joining as we take a look at Isaiah 53 - a powerful prophecy concerning an unlikely Messiah. Dr. Boice will help us study the chapter with a five part assessment and we’ll find out why theologian, Karl Barth, claimed that the most important word in the entire Bible is a preposition.
Personal goals, family commitments and work deadlines are certainly important responsibilities of this life. But as believers, there is one, primary task that demands our full attention. Today on The Bible Study Hour, we’ll wrap up our current series on Christian discipleship with a message to remind us of our great call to go and make disciples!
The world teaches that the most important things about us are our ambitions, our opinions, and of course, our possessions. But God calls us to a different kind of identity - one that requires that we come to him with empty hands, trusting the promise that He will bless us abundantly!