Author: Ron Graham
This selection of lessons is about love. The love of Christ is not too deep to know. Our deepest need is to know it. The Christian walk, our living in obedience to God, is on a pathway paved with a special kind of love.
To Know the Love of Christ—The love of Christ is not too deep to know. Our deepest need is to know it. His cross, counsel, and coming again, show it.
The Blind Eye of Love—Evaluating the idea that true love sees only the good in people. Is it one of the most dangerous ideas in the world?
What 1st John Says About Love (1)—Jesus Christ is the origin and example of true godly love. Love does not smile sweetly at sin. Rather, love demands obedience to God’s word.
What 1st John Says About Love (2)—By following God’s commands we can assure ourselves that we have nothing to fear on judgment day, since we have forgiveness through Christ who died for us.
What Went Wrong?—In 2000 years Christianity has gone down hill. The history books bulge with tales of heresy and scandal. Why?
One Another—The term “one another” crops up a lot in the New Testament.
The Greatest Commandment—A lesson of some depth. It's about love, law, and faith, and it may surprise you.
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.
Spiritual Wellbeing—A lesson from Philippians. The various elements of spiritual wellbeing and joy in Jesus are shown in an outline summary of the letter.
The Influence of Love—The Christian walk, our living in obedience to God, is a pathway paved with a special kind of love.