Author: Ron Graham
A collection of lessons emphasising the Old Testament’s indispensable value to the Christian. The first six lessons were originally a video listener’s guide. The series includes a detailed Messianic prophecy chart.
The Gospel According to the Old Testament —This sermon outline presents the gospel using only the Old Testament scriptures.
Do Christians Need the Old Testament? —Are the Old Testament scriptures needed and to be heeded by Christians, or are the New Testament Scriptures sufficient?
Essential Historical Facts —The unfolding history in the Old complements the unfolded mystery in the New.
Messianic Prophecies —The Old Testament is valuable to Christians because its Messianic prophecies underpin the New Testament writings.
Great Examples —The Old Testament is valuable to Christians because of the true stories of godly men and women who are encouraging examples of faith.
Timeless Principles —The Old Testament is valuable to Christians because of the timeless principles taught in the Old Testament scriptures.
Translatable Poetry —In this study we take an overview of the Psalms, to help us better understand and appreciate this Bible book.
More on the Book of Psalms —We continue our overview of the Psalms and include useful reference material.
Psalms About Christ —We continue our overview of the Psalms with a table of Messanic Psalms.
The 23rd Psalm —A meditation on the Shepherd's Psalm.
The Book of Proverbs —An intoduction to the Book of Proverbs in the Old Testament. This book, like the Psalms, is loved by Christians.
Proverbs For Now —A Bible lesson applying some of the Proverbs to our modern lives.
Prophecies Fulfilled by Christ —This page is a comprehensive reference on Old Testament Messianic prophecies.
Sabbath to Sunday? —Old Testament issues. Many folk regard Sunday as the 'Christian Sabbath'. You may be surprised to learn that this is not so. However Sunday (the first day of the week) is the day on which Christians should meet for the Lord's Supper..
Death of the Ten Commandments —Old Testament issues. A study in 2Corinthians 3, comparing the ten commandments with the new covenant and epistle of Christ.
The Great Flood —Old Testament issues. Did the great flood cover Planet Earth entirely, or the vicinity of Messopotamia only?
How Big Was Noah's Ark? —Another discussion about the great flood.
Genesis One, the Beginning —We consider the first three verses of the Old Testament, about the beginning of the universe and the state of planet earth before God transformed it.
The Origin of Life on Earth —We consider three puzzling questions about the origin of life that are answered by three simple statements in Genesis 1.
Baldy and the Bears (Elisha) —The story of Elisha and some youths who mocked him. Elisha is compared with Christ.
“She” (1Kings 17) —Lesson based on First Kings 17, the widow of Zarephath. She sets us a fine example of godliness.
A Jealous God —Atheists are fond of making lists of Old Testament quotes about God being jealous, and other quotes that make this jealous God appear cruel, vindictive, and unjust.
Times of Israel —The Times of Israel chart helps you to see at a glance where Bible books and characters fit into the twelve periods. The lessons in this series take you through the twelve times in Israel’s history including the coming of Christ and .his kingdom.
Isaiah Gleanings —A series of studies from the book of Isaiah, consisting of reference pages, a detailed outline of the whole book, and several lessons gleaned from the book.
Daniel’s 70 Weeks —Useful information on the famous 70 weeks, especially related to the theory of the stopped clock of prophecy delaying the 70th week by 2000 years.