Bible Discovery TV - The Daily Show

Bible Discovery TV - The Daily Show

10 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
  • A Brutal Plot; Jeremiah 38-40

    Episode 1

    The time of Judah’s fall was awful! No one could trust anyone. The Babylonians were strong, vicious, and on the move; in this time of great tension, trust was a dangerous thing. There was upheaval in the world and Jeremiah was proclaiming the words of the LORD in the midst of it. God is present i...

  • The Great Fall; Jeremiah 41-44

    Episode 2

    When we do not listen to the LORD God, things do not go well. It may seem like they do because we are doing what we want, but as the sequence plays out, we will see that things are not well with the world around us. Sin is an ugly reality that plagues us, no matter what we do or how we do it. In ...

  • A Nation Wiped Out; Jeremiah 45-48

    Episode 3

    Who has the right to wipe out a nation? Today, we would tend to say that no one has that right. But God did just that in the times of the Old Testament. In fact, God will do it again at the end of time. Because the LORD created humans and is the ultimate judge of right and wrong, He has the right...

  • Edom Is Judged; Jeremiah 49-50

    Episode 4

    Everything will be judged by God – all people, all communities, all nations. There is a way God has given to avoid His judgment: We must recognize our sin and give our lives to follow Jesus Christ who paid the cost for our sin with His life on the cross. Those who choose not to follow Him will be...

  • Goodbye Babylon; Jeremiah 51-52

    Episode 5

    Mankind always follows the gods he chooses, resulting in leadership that either succeeds or fails. Ancient Babylon was broken into pieces and destroyed because of the gods she chose. Jeremiah 51 records this utter destruction of Babylon, this nation who set herself in direct and willful rebellion...

  • A Rebellious House; Ezekiel 1-4

    Episode 6

    Ezekiel was a deeply committed individual among the citizens of Judah who had been deported to Babylon when Nebuchadnezzar invaded Jerusalem in 598-597 BC. His Hebrew name means “the strength of God.” Ezekiel received his call as a prophet at the age of 30, the year he should have started his dut...

  • Knowing God; Ezekiel 5-7

    Episode 7

    Ezekiel speaks divinely inspired words that the Holy Spirit wants conveyed to all of us. In Ezekiel 7, God tells Israel that He will show Himself so that they will know He is God. The difficulty in Israel at this time was that their idolatry ran deep. They no longer knew the One True God. They be...

  • Messengers; Ezekiel 8-11

    Episode 8

    A lot of what we know about angels is speculation. Strong’s Hebrew Lexicon shows that the word angel comes from a Hebrew transliteration of the word malak, an unused root meaning, “(to) dispatch as a deputy; a messenger; specifically, of God i.e. an angel (also a prophet, priest or teacher): amba...

  • Idols in Your Heart; Ezekiel 12-15

    Episode 9

    When we talk about idols we tend to assume a statue made of stone or metal. But Ezekiel, motivated by the Holy Spirit, told how God sees the idols we set up in our hearts and minds – things we worship and serve with our thoughts and imaginations. In Ezekiel 14, God has Ezekiel confront the men of...

  • Jerusalem’s Evil; Ezekiel 16-17

    Episode 10

    Pride is never a good thing, especially when you become a Christian. We learn from the Bible that pride is an enemy of God. When we are proud people, God’s Word tells us that we are ready for a devastating fall. Proverbs 16:18-19 says: “Pride goes before destruction, and a haughty spirit before a...

  • God’s Desire; Ezekiel 23-24

    Episode 11

    God’s judgment comes because we have disobeyed the LORD. He gives us many chances to come back to Him, many chances to come back to the right way of living, but when we consistently ignore Him there will be trouble. Jerusalem was a prestigious city, full of confidence. Their pride and joy was the...

  • Perfect In Beauty; Ezekiel 25-27

    Episode 12

    Youth and beauty are largely highlighted and worshipped by the modern world. As we grow old, we’re made to feel outdated, unattractive, and irrelevant. It seems that both men and women are quickly evaluated by others at first glance. Instead of going along with this, we need to think very careful...

  • It’s Coming!; Ezekiel 28-30

    Episode 13

    The world empires were changing and shifting during the time of Judah’s fall. They were all pushing their own power and greatness. It took quite a bit of force and skill for Babylon to conquer the nations that resisted them. One of these great kingdoms was ancient Egypt. They were an old nation, ...

  • Monsters!; Ezekiel 31-33

    Episode 14

    The resistance of one who is willfully rebelling against the will of God and the Word of God ends up in total destruction. In fact, in Ezekiel 32, the rebel is called a monster. One meaning of the word monster in English is: “Any animal or human grotesquely deviating from the normal shape, behavi...

  • Ruins Rebuilt; Ezekiel 34-36

    Episode 15

    The oldest nation on earth with its religion, language, and culture is Israel. The name itself appears first in Genesis 32:28, thousands of years ago. The New Testament, which was written to uncover the truth of Jesus Christ, records some of the last ancient history of Israel. Within 70-74 years ...

  • What is True Peace?; Ezekiel 43-45

    Episode 16

    Most of us believe that peace is a way of coexisting without trouble or conflict, but peace in the Bible has a more impactful meaning. The first thing we notice is that there is no development of peace when there is elimination of war. War is something that begins in the heart of man (JAMES 4). S...

  • The Land of Holiness; Ezekiel 46-48

    Episode 17

    Ezekiel 48 is the last chapter of the book. The twelve tribes of Israel are mentioned here, with emphasis placed on the holy district and the property assigned to the coming Prince. This ordering of Israel’s tribes does not include Joseph by name, but it does include his sons Manasseh and Ephraim...

  • The Men From Jerusalem; Daniel 1-2

    Episode 18

    Daniel was one of the young men from Judah, filled with talent and unique wisdom of God. These young men were taken captive from Judah, and chosen to be representatives before the king of Babylon. Their way of life and thinking would now be challenged to learn the language, literature, and ways o...

  • The Fiery Trial; Daniel 3-4

    Episode 19

    Three young Israelite men named Hananiah, Mishael, and Meshach, are better known by their Babylonian names, Shadrach, Meshach and Abed-Nego. They were forcefully brought from Jerusalem to Babylon as exiles. Along with many others from Jerusalem, they were trained in Babylonian culture and wisdom ...

  • What’s It All About?; Daniel 5-6

    Episode 20

    The ways of God are often forgotten by the next generation. Deuteronomy 6:4-9 explains the importance of parents communicating Who God is and teaching the laws of God to their children. The family of Nebuchadnezzar did not follow what the king had discovered about God. Nebuchadnezzar’s son, Belsh...

  • A Message Through Marriage; Hosea 1-4

    Episode 21

    His name in Hebrew means salvation. Hosea’s life did indeed represent God’s salvation, he was a prophet of God during the time just before Northern Israel fell to Assyria. Just as God was dealing with a people who had blatantly broken covenant with Him, so Hosea married a prostitute who would not...

  • To Call On God; Hosea 5-7

    Episode 22

    Truly calling on God requires us to come to a place that we don’t normally go. We must humble ourselves. Humans are not good at humility. However, we must acknowledge that we cannot do what needs to be done, we cannot save ourselves no matter how hard we try. Over and over in history, proud and u...

  • August, 2021 Bible Discovery Guide: Jeremiah - Hosea

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