Bible Discovery TV - The Daily Show (2021)

Bible Discovery TV - The Daily Show (2021)

12 Seasons

New episodes five days each week, Bible Discovery TV - The Daily Show is designed to guide you through the Bible in one year.

We are a family-run international ministry with television, print and online programs designed to guide you through the Bible in one year.

From social issues and apologetics to theology, history and science, our mission is to educate, edify and encourage the believer to actively engage with God’s Word in all ways.

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Bible Discovery TV - The Daily Show (2021)
  • God Builds His Kingdom; Acts 14-15

    Episode 1

    God’s Kingdom is made up of people from all different cultures and walks of life. But as humans, we find it natural and comfortable to be around people from our own culture, with the same assumptions and traditions. And, often, when we are introduced into a new setting with cultures that we aren’...

  • The Call to Macedonia; Acts 16-17

    Episode 2

    Ancient Macedonia is a beautiful place that in today’s world, is located between southeastern Albania and central northern Greece. In ancient times, the Macedonia mentioned in the New Testament was brought under control by Philip II, who lived from 359 – 336 BC. The chief city was renamed and est...

  • Paul’s Journey Continues; Acts 18-20

    Episode 3

    Paul, who before his conversion was called Saul, was a dynamic advocate for Christ Jesus. During Paul’s second missionary journey, we can see how many people were upset and troubled by what he proclaimed. However, others were delighted in what Paul taught and were relieved by the healing and help...

  • The Soldiers; Acts 21-23

    Episode 4

    Paul was always involved in some kind of conflict. Some people believe it was all for good, others see in the personality of this former Pharisee, a kind of troublemaker. Nevertheless, Paul, who knew the world of the Pharisees and Jewish religious leaders well, was confronted by them. The Sanhedr...

  • The Testimony; Acts 24-26

    Episode 5

    Paul was very pleased for the chance to share his testimony before King Agrippa and the Roman authorities. A testimony is “evidence in support of a fact or statement.” As disciples of the LORD Jesus Christ, we are commissioned to tell others our testimony – the reason we live like we do, the reas...

  • Righteousness of Faith; Romans 3-4

    Episode 6

    There is a persistent problem between faith and the law. Many do not and will not believe in faith, but find it easy to see and hear the law of God. The problem is, Jesus Christ told us that many would be close to the law and are not close to Him as their LORD. Also, in the book of Revelation 3:2...

  • The Truth; Romans 5-7

    Episode 7

    When we talk about the law of God from the Old Testament, there are three parts to it: cultural, ceremonial, and eternal. Acts 15 shows how the Jews in the early Church, had to first deal with ceremonial and cultural laws, and their faith. They ended up supporting the eternal law about worshippin...

  • Confess and Believe; Romans 8-10

    Episode 8

    Coming to Jesus Christ has a unique meaning. Most people, when they think about coming to God, believe that God is bigger, more powerful, and stronger than they are. So, why then do we need to come to Christ, and what would we possibly say to Him? When I say come to Jesus Christ, I mean come to t...

  • Including Israel; Romans 11-12

    Episode 9

    In Romans 11, Paul explains that God did not reject Israel, but Israel rejected God because of hardened hearts and unbelief in Christ Jesus. But he also stresses that they are not beyond recovery. God can graft Israel, the branches, back into the olive tree if they come by faith (ROM. 11:23-24). ...

  • Owe No Man Anything; Romans 13-14

    Episode 10

    "Owe no man anything"… that statement seems irrelevant in today’s world. How could we even begin to live our life, if that was the case? But the fact of the matter is that statement is relevant! In fact, it is a command of God. We should work to come out of debt, not be in it. We should desire to...

  • The Spirit of God; 1 Corinthians 4-6

    Episode 11

    Paul speaks bluntly and honestly when he writes to the Church at Corinth about their specific sin. The Bible often speaks bluntly, and as we read it carefully we will see that sin is wrong and destructive in our lives. In our reading, Paul confronts the Corinthian Church with some heavy subjects....

  • Living From the Gospel; 1 Corinthians 7-9

    Episode 12

    There are many in the Church today who challenge the idea of fulltime ministers taking offerings to live from their work. Many in the Church at Corinth also protested the same thing, yet Paul not only defends this practice but challenges the people who think that way. God has made His gospel work...

  • Spiritual Gifts; 1 Corinthians 10-12

    Episode 13

    Spiritual gifts are divinely inspired from the transformative power of God’s Holy Spirit; we hear in a new way, we see in a new way. The Spirit of God is the basis of our supernatural walk with God. The Holy Spirit also enables us to see the way God sees. Spiritual gifts are mentioned by Paul whe...

  • God’s Grace; 1 Corinthians 13-16

    Episode 14

    Paul the apostle was a Pharisee, someone who dedicated his life to the written Word of God and oral tradition. But when he was confronted by Jesus Christ Himself, and stopped persecuting the early Church, his theology was radically changed. Suddenly, he could hear God’s Word differently. This is ...

  • The Spirit Is Working; 2 Corinthians 1-3

    Episode 15

    Paul wrote a second letter to the Church at Corinth not long after his first one. Since Paul had spent nearly 18 months in Corinth building the Church, he spoke openly about sin and conflicts within the Church. 2 Corinthians 3 is a great teaching about the Holy Spirit working in us, and between u...

  • When I'm Weak, He Is Strong; 2 Corinthians 10-13

    Episode 16

    Paul was a man who had great strength. However, he understood that it was not a strength that originated from him but was the power of God in him. Paul speaks to the Church at Corinth, and to us also, that to be mighty and strong in the LORD is to be meek and weak in the flesh. Many in today’s cu...

  • Revelation of Jesus Christ; Galatians 1-2

    Episode 17

    When we pray for the persecuted Church, most of us do not truly understand the situations of those we are praying for. Increasingly, Christians in the West are beginning to get a small taste of what persecution means. Praise God! The book of The Acts of the Holy Spirit shows us how the Church of ...

  • Doubts; Galatians 3-4

    Episode 18

    Paul spent much of his letter to the churches of Galatia encouraging them to think right! The problem that they were experiencing was that people had come from Jerusalem to make the Galatian Christians into Jewish Christians. They called these people “Judaizers.” These Judaizers wanted all Christ...

  • Rules & Regulations; Galatians 5-6

    Episode 19

    Today, it seems that we have replaced the Jewish law with the laws of Church culture. Often, we tell people that they cannot come into our church settings without dressing well or being well. But in the gospel accounts, we read how Jesus Christ came to save the lost and those rejected by men in s...

  • Christian Faith; Ephesians 1-2

    Episode 20

    The letter to the Ephesians was written to the faithful believers living in Ephesus. It is not the longest of Paul’s letters, but it does set out the perfect display of Christian faith. Christianity was introduced to Asia during Paul’s first missionary journey with Barnabas, around AD 45-48, and ...

  • Philippi; Philippians 1-2

    Episode 21

    Just after 200 BC, Philippi came under Roman control and, as a Roman colony, was intended to be a little version of Rome. The city was the gold mining capital of Macedonia, and Greek was widely spoken there. And like all first-century Roman cities, many gods were worshipped there. In 42 BC, the c...

  • The Culture of Heaven; Philippians 3-4

    Episode 22

    What is your citizenship? Some are proud to be American. Many are happy to be Canadian. Many others are delighted to be Nigerian, British, Indian, or from wherever. But if we are Christians, we should know that we are not citizens of this world but of Heaven. When we learn about things in the Bib...

  • November, 2021 Bible Discovery Guide: Acts - Philippians

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