Author: Ron Graham
This selection of lessons is about faith in Jesus Christ. The faith that pleases God is a belief that comes from God, not from some other source or from within ourselves.
Hebrews 11:1-4 —The Hebrew writer helps us to focus on the quality of the faith authored and perfected by Christ. We are simply reminded of several inspiring examples of godly men and women in Old Testament times who believed in Christ and sought eternal life.
The Faith of Abraham —Following from the previous lesson, we continue to let the Hebrew writer focus our minds on the quality of the faith authored and perfected by Christ.
What First John Says About Faith —John emphasises two important characteristics of Christians who have true faith.
Faith and Works —Paul teaches salvation by obedience of faith, not faith alone. Otherwise he'd contradict Moses, David, James, and even himself.
Believing in Jesus —To be right with God you must have faith in his Son Jesus Christ. Why Believe, and what follows belief?
Jesus Forgave Me All My Sins —Why let your stubborn will stop you turning to your Heavenly Father for forgiveness of your sins? Invite him into your heart and do as he says.
Though You Have Not Seen Him —Were time machines possible, we could go see Jesus. Through faith in Jesus, we will see him in the future with great joy.
The Personal View of Faith —The baby faith one has in Jesus Christ when first obeying the gospel, develops into a full grown faith.
The Influence of Faith —If we truly believe a promise of God, then that faith influences and motivates us to obey God.
The Arrows of God —The arrows of God are faith, hope, and love, these three. Each arrow needs a target, energy, and penetration.
The Well-beloved Gaius —The 3rd epistle of John says four wonderful things about Gaius: he was well beloved; his soul prospered; he walked in truth; he acted faithfully.
How Do You Believe? —Three stories in the Bible help us to distinguish three kinds of belief.
His Faith Was Complete —The story of the ten lepers in (Luke 17:12-19), will help us examine our faith.
Faith that Pleases God —The faith that pleases God is a belief that comes from God, not from some other source or from within ourselves.
Law and Faith —Examining the relationship between faith in Jesus Christ and obedience to his law.
My Own Personal Faith —Are you mistakenly relying upon your own personal do-it-yourself faith, made up of whatever seems true to you?
Faith, Hope, Love, These Three —This series is about Faith, Hope, and Love, a theme taken from 1Corinthians 13:13. These lessons combine well with the Disciples of Christ series.
From Faith to Faith — studies in Paul’s letter to the Romans exploring the development of faith.
Blessed assurance —A series of reassuring lessons on the surety of our forgiveness and salvation, helping us to have hope and be confident in Christ.
Genuine Faith —A series of lessons about the qualities and basis of a genuine faith in Christ.
We Beheld His Glory —These lessons study and portray Christ using John chapter one as a basis and GLORY as an acrostic.