Author: Ron Graham
Enabled I Can! (Philippians) —Paul’s letter to the Philippians is full of encouragement. The theme is, “I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me.” This collection includes two quiz pages.
Encouragement Encourage One Another —A lesson about one of the most neglected commandments in the churches (encouragement), and one of the biggest problems (discouragement).
Encouragement Encouraging Bible Verses —The Bible is very encouraging for human beings who often feel downtrodden and hopeless. Here are twelve Bible verses of deep and meaningful encouragement with brief comment on each verse.
Encouragement Great Examples (Old Testament) —The Old Testament is valuable to Christians because of the true stories of godly men and women who are encouraging examples of faith.
Encouragement Blessed Assurance —List of lessons on the surety of our forgiveness and salvation, helping us to have hope and be confident in Christ.
Endurance Endurance of Trials —James shows us that we can endure trials if we put all the right conditions in place. I have listed six.
Endurance We Can Endure —Seven methods by which we can endure trials and tribulations, drawing on the help that God provides. Includes poem, My Friend.
Enemies Enemies of the Christian —Bible teaching warning us about the dark side of our faith and hope.
Enlighten The Gospel is the Power —Three kinds of power in the gospel: the power to enlighten, to save, and to establish.
Enlightenment Spiritual Enlightenment —A collection of individual sermons which aim to enlighten people about some important issue of the heart.
End of world Events at the Last Day —One last day for this world. We don't know when, but we do know of seven main events on that day.
Endless genealogies Myths, Genealogies, and Speculations (1Tim 1:4) —God helps people live the Christian life by providing the needed training, discipline, information, and edification.
Enmity Reconciliation (Wonderful Words) —Our alienation from God was all our own fault. Reconciliation is not entirely in our own power. We need Jesus Christ.
Enoch Enoch’s Promise of Judgment —This lesson in our studies of Jude’s epistle looks at verses 14-16 where Jude quotes Enoch’s promise that the wicked will be judged by the Lord (Jude 1:14-16).
Ephesians Acts 20:17-38. —These verses record Paul’s farewell speech to the Ephesian elders.
Ephesians Ephesians Verse by Verse —These studies take you through Ephesians a few verses at a time. The translation and comments are easy to understand.
Ephesians 2 Five Priceless Things —A study in Ephesians chapter two. These lessons cover five themes: creation, covenant, cross, church, and citizenship.
Ephesus Acts 19:1-20. —These verses describe Paul’s experiences and work in Ephesus during his third missionary journey. Includes an account of Paul’s miracles and the burning of magic books.
Ephesus Acts Facts —What the book of Acts tells us happened in Ephesus. Includes a map of the region.
Ephesus maps Maps showing Ephesus —Introducing Ephesians Chapter Two. A general look at the chapter to give us some background for our study. At the foot of the page there are three maps.
Note —EPHRAIM: The name of a major territory of the northern kingdom of Israel. In some cases “Ephraim” is used as an equivalent to Israel, and stands for all ten mainly northern territories that broke away from Judah and Benjamin. Ephraim and Manasseh were sons of Joseph.
Eon [aeon] This Age and the Age to Come —The New Testament sometimes compares or links “this age” with “the age to come”. It's important to discover what is meant by these terms.
Equal Is Satan Equal to God? —discusses whether God and Satan are opposite equals.
Error The Error of Balaam —The story of Balaam, referred to by Peter is one of the strange-yet-true stories of the Bible (2Peter 2:15-16).
Establish The Gospel is the Power —Three kinds of power in the gospel: the power to enlighten, to save, and to establish.
Esteem Your Self Esteem —The Bible teaches the importance of self esteem. A poor self image makes an unfruitful servant of God.