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Back to the Bible is a worldwide Christian ministry dedicated to leading people forward spiritually. Using media and technology, Back to the Bible meets people at their own spiritual level and walks with them daily into a living, growing and passionate relationship with Jesus Christ by equipping and motivating them to engage Scripture daily.With every 25-minute study, you'll gain a better understanding of what the Bible says, what it means and how to apply it to everyday life.

Episodes

Jehovah-Rapha  

Is there an affliction that has laid you low? Perhaps physical, perhaps emotional, perhaps spiritual? A situation that requires the healing hand of God? In the name Jehovah-Rapha," we learn that God is a healer. By seeing the various ways God brings comfort and healing to His people throughout Scripture, we'll find encouragement to face whatever affliction we face today.

Jehovah-Nissi  

Does the staggering size of your present circumstance blot out the light of God's past provision? Is it difficult to believe that victory can be yours once again? Ron Moore examines the name of God, Jehovah-Nissi--"the Lord is my banner"--with a look at Israel's battle with the Amalekites. Here, the often grumbling nation of Israel saw a tangible expression of God's power that's meaningful to us still today.

Jehovah-Maccaddeshem  

There are many names for God used throughout Scripture, and each one tells us a little bit more about who He is and how He interacts with us. Ron Moore turns to Leviticus to consider the name, Jehovah-Maccaddeshem, which means, "God who makes us holy." We'll learn what it means that God is holy and find out God's plan and purpose for making us holy as well.

God Never Wastes Our Time  

In the 50 chapters of Genesis, we read of dozens of men and women over the course of hundreds of years of history. And though a lot changed, one thing--one person--remained constant. Ron Moore turns our attention to God and the particular way He protected and preserved the lineage of Adam, and ultimately, His promise to provide a Savior.

Joseph Goes to Egypt  

Someone has said it's not how you start that matters, but how you end. As we draw near to the end of our study of Genesis, we'll look at the final days of Jacob--from a reunion with the son he thought dead, to settling down in a rich and fertile land. And we'll be reminded of the importance of maintaining our relationship with God. Because, beginning to end, He will never leave us.

Joseph in Potiphar's House  

Ron Moore continues our look at the life of Joseph. As we watch Joseph fall even further from slavery to imprisonment, we'll see that his focus and commitment to God never wavers. And when Joseph is raised to second-in-command of all Egypt, even then he doesn't forget God. Through Joseph's life we'll learn how to retain our focus and trust in God even when life doesn't seem to be going our way.

Joseph Sold Into Slavery  

When Joseph went out to the fields to check on his brothers, he could have hardly known that his life was about to be flipped upside-down. In a single day he went from being a favored son, to a humbled slave. Ron Moore takes us through the first part of Joseph's life with the reminder that at all times, God is at work. And even our darkest days can lead to a glorious future.

Jacob Meets Esau  

Jacob was definitely not looking forward to coming home; Jacob had left 20 years earlier escaping the enraged brother he had deceived. And though God had blessed Jacob, would Esau be glad to see his brother again? As Ron Moore continues our study of Jacob, the man who would be named Israel, the father of a nation, we'll see how God used the tensions and conflicts in Jacob's life to renew and strengthen his faith.

Laban  

After two decades with his uncle, Jacob had a lot to show for his work. So much, in fact, that when God called Jacob to return home, Laban didn't want Jacob to leave. Ron Moore takes us through the conflict that arose between these two men and shows the importance of recognizing the source and purpose of God's provision. And we'll be challenged to consider how God is calling us to use our resources today.

Jacob and Rachel  

Jacob saw tremendous blessing in his life--12 sons were born to him which would become the 12 tribes of Israel. But in the midst of the blessing there was pain and jealousy, competition and contention. Ron Moore explains that life doesn't have to be that way. Though God was blessing Jacob, God was disciplining him at the same time. We'll learn the importance of dealing with our sin before it becomes a major issue in our lives.

Jacob and Esau  

It's hard to imagine anything good coming out of the early lives of Jacob and Esau. And as Ron Moore continues our look at Genesis, we see a dysfunctional family at its worst. But despite the lies and deception, God's plan prevails. From their examples we'll learn how to avoid their problems and live God-honoring lives.

Isaac and Rebekah  

The life of the believer is a unique collaboration between God and man. God has a plan for our lives and promises the resources we need, but we need to accept and embrace the opportunities He provides. Ron Moore continues our look at the life of Abraham and the ways Abraham worked to secure the legacy God promised.

Abraham Tested  

Genesis 22 begins with these words, "Sometime later, God tested Abraham." Bible Teacher Ron Moore takes us through this difficult section of Scripture where we see Abraham's radical obedience and God's miraculous provision. We'll learn the purpose for God's testing and the impact a life of obedience can have on not just our neighbors, but the world.

Sarah  

When Abraham and Sarah had a son, they named him Isaac, a name which means "laughter." Because not only did Isaac bring joy to this old couple, it reminded them of their response to God's promise to provide a son. Ron Moore takes us through the events leading up to Isaac's birth and reminds us that we serve a mighty God for whom nothing is impossible.

Sodom  

Some people never grow up, remaining in a state of immaturity well into their adult years. In a person, it's sad; in a Christian, it's tragic. Lot, Abraham's nephew, was one such person. He knew of God's power and provision but lived a life of comfort and compromise instead. Ron Moore takes us through Lot's life and highlights several areas where Lot failed and shows us how we can succeed.

Hagar  

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The Call of Abraham  

Genesis 12 represents a turning point in the history of the world. When Abram followed God's call to a distant land, he set into motion events that still reverberate today. As Ron Moore explains, God is calling each of us into an unknown future. By looking at Abraham's faith, we'll find the strength we need to continue following God even when the going gets tough.

Let's Enjoy Intimacy, Part 2  

Bible Teacher Ron Moore gives us an overview of the beautiful Song of Solomon. This poetic depiction of intimate love has much to teach us. From the importance of restraint in courtship, to the joyous freedom found when two lives join into one, we'll learn how to develop not just a lasting friendship, but the unique and intimate bond that has inspired poets throughout the ages.

Let's Enjoy Intimacy, Part 1  

Physical intimacy is an essential part of a fulfilling marriage. But handled incorrectly, the results can be devastating. In this frank discussion, Ron Moore shares with us God's plan for sex within marriage. We'll be reminded of the power of this intense and joyful personal connection and of the importance of honestly communicating our needs and desires to our spouse.

Strength for the Journey  

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