The Bible Study Hour
Formality was never a requirement that God imposed on our prayer time. But he does command us to seek Him earnestly and with persistence. If you’ve ever wondered if there is a right or wrong way to pray, you won’t want to miss this week’s broadcast of The Bible Study Hour with Dr. Boice. We’ll learn that we must always approach God on the basis of his sacrifice - and not our own merit.
This week on The Bible Study Hour, we’ll witness King David, in the depths of his despair, pleading with God simultaneously for both forgiveness and vindication. His prayer is sincere and defenseless as he presents his case to the ultimate Judge. Tune in to find out how, by the end of Psalm 4, David has found peace in the midst of adversity and rest in knowing that God hears his cry.
The historical context behind Psalm chapter 3 points us to a time of crisis and betrayal in the life of King David. We’ll learn that there’s only one tried and true method for finding peace in the midst of life’s challenges. And we’ll be reminded that, like David, we’re each in need of the kind of deliverance that only God can provide.
Lying, cheating, lust, envy. Sin takes different forms, but it can all be traced back to one, common cause- the rejection of Christ’s kingship. On The Bible Study Hour, we’ll study Psalm chapter 2 - a complex passage with a mysterious purpose. Join us as Dr. Boice explains how we each have an important role to play in proclaiming Christ as King.
According to God’s Word, our lives are all headed down one of two, distinct paths. And the one we’re on not only determines our final destination, but also the quality of our journey. Tune in for The Bible Study Hour this week as Dr. Boice teaches from Psalm chapter 1 to unpack this powerful analogy and to remind us that the path we choose will truly make all the difference.
In a message entitled, “Jesus and Pilate: God in the Dock,” Dr. Boice explains how an innocent man stood trial before two of the most impressive legal systems in history, and came out with a death sentence. Tune in for this week’s broadcast of The Bible Study Hour to learn what Scripture has to teach us about a current political hot topic: the separation of church and state.
As one of the twelve disciples, he knew Jesus personally and saw miracles first hand. And then, after three years of traveling with Jesus and ministering in his name, he betrayed his Lord and friend in the most significant act of treachery ever committed. This week on The Bible Study Hour with Dr. Boice, we’ll learn more about the person of Judas and his role in in Christ’s arrest and execution.
In a message that will challenge us to consider how and where we spend our time, Dr. Boice will walk us through the final days of Jesus’ earthly ministry. We’ll find that although the disciples were confused about Jesus’ intention to go to the cross, Mary understood exactly what was coming. On The Bible Study Hour we’ll find out why this one woman had special insight.
When we, like Mary, face what seem to be insurmountable odds, do we believe in faith that all things are possible with God? This week on The Bible Study Hour with Dr. James Boice as we take a fresh look at the famous Christmas story - this time through the unique perspective of those who were involved first hand.
We tend to think of the Christmas story as being about the birth of baby Jesus, and, of course, it is. But this week on The Bible Study Hour, Dr. Boice will argue that the story actually starts with another character - an obscure preacher, who was said to have “prepared the way for Jesus.” Tune in to find out how 3 themes of John the Baptist’s ministry can help us to prepare for this Christmas season.
It’s a story that involves the corruption of a holy place, Jesus’ righteous indignation, and God’s disregard for empty religiosity. Join us this week for The Bible Study Hour, as Dr. Boice will teach from Jesus’ encounter with the money changers. We’ll learn how that rowdy scene represented a critical point in Jesus’ ministry - and we’ll discover what in the world it had to do with a withered fig tree!