Bible Discovery TV - The Daily Show (2023)

Bible Discovery TV - The Daily Show (2023)

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Bible Discovery TV - The Daily Show (2023)
  • November 2023 Bible Discovery Guide: Acts - Philippians

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  • Worship of Men; Acts 14-15

    Episode 1

    "The Bible is committed to truth, even when it is hard or uncomfortable. When Paul and Barnabas left Iconium and came to the city of Lystra, there was a man sitting there who was crippled, unable to stand or walk from birth. Paul observed that he had faith and told him to stand up on his feet in ...

  • The New Disciple; Acts 16-17

    Episode 2

    "Timothy was an exceptional young man. Paul saw in him the potential to become a true and faithful disciple of Jesus Christ. Paul met Timothy on his second missionary journey that he had embarked on after his split with Barnabas. They met when Paul and Silas were teaching in Lystra and Iconium, c...

  • To Corinth; Acts 18-20

    Episode 3

    "The modern Greek city of Peloponnese is located 80 kilometers west of Athens and sits on a hill 300-feet above sea level. Its ancient name was Corinth, and it is still populated today. Corinth was not a famous city––it was infamous. In fact, if you wanted to insult someone in the time of the fir...

  • The Way to Rome; Acts 27-28

    Episode 4

    "Paul was well established in the Christian Church but in our reading today, Paul had been arrested and sent to Rome. As a Roman citizen, he appealed to Caesar, and to Caesar he would go. The trip to Rome was God's will, but accomplishing that trip was a challenge. In Acts 27, we learn that findi...

  • The City of Rome; Romans 1-2

    Episode 5

    "The book of Romans is a letter written by the Apostle Paul to Jewish and Gentile congregants in the Church at Rome, the capital of the world's largest empire. He explains the historical significance of Christ’s crucifixion and resurrection, and what that entails for those who once followed the L...

  • The Ways of God; Romans 3-4

    Episode 6

    "In Romans 3, Paul solidly rejects the idea that people can be saved because of their ancestry. As Paul writes to a city that has become well known for its Jewish and Christian populations fighting with one another, we can see the gospel being applied fairly as a correction to this behavior. We m...

  • Benefits; Romans 5-7

    Episode 7

    "The benefits we have as Christians, those who are forgiven of their sins and have been accepted by God into His Kingdom, are amazing. There is no better life than the life of the Christian who follows Jesus Christ. Paul the apostle explains these benefits in Romans 5 as justification, peace with...

  • The Spirit of God; Romans 8-9

    Episode 8

    "Anyone can call themselves a Christian, words are easy to say, aren’t they? It’s much harder to live the life that honours Christ. That does not mean that we must be perfect in our choices, but it does mean that we need to live for God. If we live to serve ourselves, we can be sure we are not li...

  • The Kingdom of God; Romans 15-16

    Episode 9

    "Why do we live? This is a key question, no matter when or where you are alive. If you are someone who believes in Jesus Christ, then you know that your life is ultimately destined for eternity. This gives you new objectives for your life here on earth; there is more to it than fulfilling your ow...

  • The City of Corinth; 1 Corinthians 1-3

    Episode 10

    "The importance of the ancient city of Corinth might be reflected in the fact that Paul spent a year and a half there. Corinth was a key trade city that connected the east and the west of the Roman Empire. It was on the Isthmus of Corinth between the Ionian and Aegean Seas. The Romans kept some o...

  • The Cost of the Kingdom; 1 Corinthians 4-6

    Episode 11

    "When we first come to Jesus Christ it is an amazing thing to feel the relief of pain and the lifting of the burden of guilt. Jesus frees us from our own failures and so often people report feeling like they have a new lease on life that encourages them to follow Christ well. But is there is a co...

  • Do Not Burn With Passion; 1 Corinthians 7-9

    Episode 12

    "Sex itself should not be seen as an evil, God designed us as sexual creatures, and therefore this is a gift! However, God designed sex to be enjoyed only within the marriage relationship between a man and a woman. The Bible is clear when it says that God's design was one man and one woman for l...

  • Temptation; 1 Corinthians 10-12

    Episode 13

    "Temptation is the draw to sin that we all feel. While we can’t just turn our desires off, we also can’t afford to cave into temptation. We must focus ourselves on our spiritual lives and on the greatness of God and His salvation, in this way temptations fade. Through Christ, God gives us new des...

  • A Better Life; 2 Corinthians 4-6

    Episode 14

    "Life is so much more than what happens to us. To explain this statement, we need to think about how Jesus Christ changes our lives after we come to Him and give our lives to Him. Let me be clear here, Christians learn to order their lives and make their decisions based on the moral constrains of...

  • Ending Conflict; 2 Corinthians 7-9

    Episode 15

    "Conflict is a necessary part of life. How we handle conflict determines whether it will be helpful to us or not. Do we tend to walk away from conflict in disgust? As Christians we need to try to talk it through and work it out because we see and value the other person asa creation of God, loved ...

  • Divisions in the Church; 2 Corinthians 10-13

    Episode 16

    "The time in which we are living is a divisive one. There’s a lot of conflict and outright fighting outside of the Church and inside the Church. I’ve heard some argue that it has never been this way. But human nature is such that where there are people, there will be conflict. The conflicts and t...

  • The Example of God; Galatians 1-2

    Episode 17

    "The Roman Empire was expanding in the first century BC, taking over the province Galatia in 64 BC as a foothold into their area. When the last king of Galatia died in 25 BC, the Romans further inherited the collection of cities which together were called Galatia. Paul visited the province of Gal...

  • By Faith; Galatians 3-4

    Episode 18

    "We say a lot of things to make ourselves feel good. One of those often-repeated phrases is: you can do anything you put our mind to. There is nothing wrong with applying ourselves and working hard, but there is a limit to what human work can accomplish. The truth is, we can do nothing eternally ...

  • The Great Mystery; Ephesians 3-4

    Episode 19

    "The great mystery of God's grace, the glory of His dominion, and the wonder of His love was not kept for the Jews only. Paul the apostle told us through the Holy Spirit that God had planned from the beginning that He would make it available for everyone who trusted in the finished work of Christ...

  • Awake, You Who Sleep!; Ephesians 5-6

    Episode 20

    "Many in the world today are living dead. That sounds like an oxymoron. But the meaning tells us that there is a possibility of living and not being truly alive. How do we live alive, experiencing all the pleasures and greatness of Almighty God? The answer is closer than you think. Most of us do ...

  • Christ is Preached; Philippians 1-2

    Episode 21

    "The letter to the Philippians is a testimony about having a celebratory attitude of praise for the things God does when we are in crisis. In verse 13, Paul says that he is writing from his prison cell, and many scholars believe the prison is a Roman one. Despite his imprisonment, Paul the apostl...

  • The Truth in Christ; Philippians 3-4

    Episode 22

    "What are we concerned about right now? Are we preoccupied with the failures of our
    government structures? Civil rights? Violation of laws? Or are we concerned about the truth of Jesus Christ? Everything mankind does has a limited time. We look at history and we can see nations come and go, rise ...