Author: Ron Graham
“Hebrews” to “History”
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Hebrews Studies in Hebrews SERIES —Lesson list for a comprehensive collection of studies in Hebrews, with special attention to the high priesthood of Christ.
Hebrews Christ Our High Priest —We consider “the apostle and high priest of our confession, Christ Jesus” (Hebrews 3:1). This study is mainly in the book of Hebrews.
Hebrews 13 Giving Thanks to Jesus —At the end of Hebrews, we are reminded of some of the Christian duties that those who respond to divine grace will always remember in order to show gratitude toward God.
Hell Jesus Healed All My Hurts —Life in this world can be a sad and shattering experience. Jesus helps us to understand our troubles and problems, and to get through them.
Hell The Eternal States of the Soul —Of the seven possible states for the human soul, two are eternal states which will apply after the judgment of the world at Christ’s second coming. These are “the final states” and there are no journeys out of them.
Hell Apostasy and its Consequences —What is lost when one falls away from grace? What is the doom of those who fall?
Hell Heaven and Hell —Does the Bible promise an eternal home in heaven? What will happen to our present home, planet earth? Is there an eternal hell? Find out here.
Helmet The Helmet of Salvation. —As Christians we are at war —not against flesh and blood but against the spiritual forces of wickedness and darkness. To win this war, to fight the good fight, we must be adequately equipped. Part of that equipment is "the helmet of salvation" (Ephesians 6:13).
Help How God Helps Us Keep His Commandments —An encouraging aspect of the providence of God.
Helping Diversity of Gifts and Ministries —The New Testament church enjoyed a diversity of gifts and ministries for stewardship of God’s manifold grace.
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Heredity T ~Total Depravity —Examines human nature, and the mechanism by which sin and death spread to all. Is it by heredity or by contagion?
Heresy 1Timothy 4:1-11 The Falling Away and the False Teachers —When a church is established, there is a passion for the truth. In later times, however, there comes a falling away.
Heresy The Heresy at Colosse —Paul counters a developing heresy at Colosse by teaching at least seven truths about Jesus.
Herod Acts 12:1-17 —These verses describe James’s death with notes about Herod Agrippa I.
Herod Acts 12:18-25. —A verse by verse study. These verses describe events after Peter’s escape from prison. Herod is eaten by worms and dies.
Hezekiah Adventures of Isaiah and Hezekiah —A few years after Samaria fell and the kingdom of Israel was led into exile, the Assyrians turned their attention to Judah where Hezekiah was reigning and Isaiah the prophet was preaching. Sennacherib, the ruthless commander of the Assyrian army, made a seige.
Hezekiah The Prayers of Hezekiah —First part of a lesson in Isaiah 37 & 38 about king Hezekiah’s prayers and God’s response.
High priest Christ Our High Priest —We consider “the apostle and high priest of our confession, Christ Jesus” (Hebrews 3:1). This study is mainly in the book of Hebrews.
Hireling The Sheepfold Parables (John 10) —about parables that liken the kingdom of God to a sheepfold with Christ as the Shepherd.
History Essential Historical Facts —The unfolding history in the Old Testament complements the unfolded mystery in the New.
History The Historical View of Faith —Summarizes the development of a saving faith (namely a faith in Jesus) among all the peoples of earth down through the ages.
History Three Times —Three spans of time that each of us is involved in. The first span is small, the second large, the third infinite.
History History of 'Truth in Love' —Archive of a brief history of magazines published in Australia by churches of Christ under the banner Truth in Love. This History was written and published in 1999.