Author: Ron Graham
A collection of individual sermons which were never intended as a series. However each of these sermons aims to enlighten people about some important issue of the heart.
The Source of All Spiritual Light —Discusses the Source of all light for the children of light. First of a trilogy.
The Revelation of the Light —Discusses the revelation of all light for the children of light. Second of a trilogy.
Our Loyalty to The Light —Discusses the loyalty of the children of light to the One who enlightens them. Third of a trilogy.
Solid Ground (Three Loves) —Ephesians 3:14-21 describes three loves as solid ground for abundant strength through faith in Jesus Christ.
Spiritual Insight —The true second sight is the spiritual insight, and the light of the inner eye is the Bible.
The Heart of the Christian —Lesson from Colossians about what the heart of the Christian is like.
The Fool (has said in his heart) —God reveals himself in four ways, and the Bible calls a fool anyone who says there is no God.
Ignorance and Innocence —How does God view sins committed in ignorance? Does he deem a person innocent who sins without realising it?
Your Self Esteem —The Bible teaches the importance of self esteem. A poor self image makes an unfruitful servant of God.
Self Image —An old sermon outline from the 1980s about your self esteem.
Our Cups of Joy and Sorrow —Rejoice in the Lord always, and again I say, Rejoice! Often quoted, much misunderstood.
Neglecting the Weightier Matters —You tithe mint, dill and cummin, and every kind of garden herb, yet you have neglected the weightier matters such as justice, mercy, faith, and the love of God.
The Zacchaeus Principle —A lesson from Luke 19:1-10, observing the manner in which Zacchaeus repented.
The Zeal of God —God is a zealous God and he wears zeal as his mantle. He expects us to do the same.
Repaying Evil —The Christian has three things to remember, and live by, with regard to enemies, and we find these in Romans 12:17-21.
Two Spiritual Kingdoms —about two kingdoms. They are spiritual kingdoms. This does not mean they are imaginary.
Five Wills —A study of the various wills that interact and influence life and circumstance.
Peace Will Be With You —A lesson from Philippians 4:1-9 about how to obtain inner tranquility.
The Nature of Peace —Jesus Christ is known as the Prince of Peace, but what is this peace like, where does it come from, and what is it connected to?
Five Principles of Understanding —Five attitudes and acts of the mind are required in order to gain an understanding of the word and will of God.