Author: Ron Graham
“John” to “Justify”
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John 1 John Chapter One —This lesson in John 1 shows seven ideas and seven claims about Jesus, under three main themes.
John 10 The Sheepfold Parables (John 10) —about parables that liken the kingdom of God to a sheepfold with Christ as the Shepherd.
John 10 Does John 10:28 Allow Sin? —Jesus said that he gives eternal life to his sheep and they shall never perish, nor will anyone snatch them from his hand (John 10:28). Does this guarantee eternal life regardless of conduct?
John The First Letter of John SERIES —A study of the first letter of John, looking at what John says about Christ, faith, truth, love, and sin.
John's 3rd epistle 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.
John the Baptist Adventures of John the Baptist —The bridge between the old and new is John the Baptist. He is usually called the last of the Old Testament prophets. But he was also the first prophet among the Jews for 400 years!
John the Baptist Voice in the Wilderness —Isaiah 40 is very beautiful. It is a poem about the time and coming of Christ, followed by an exhortation to recognize him as the likeness and true image of Almighty God.
John Calvin Footnote —An overview introducing the Bible study series refuting the five points of Calvinism. Includes a short note on John Calvin
Joppa Acts Facts —What the book of Acts tells us happened in Joppa. Includes a map of the region.
Joseph Adventures of Joseph —The time of the promises to Abraham spans the generations of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob. It also includes the marvelous story and time of Jacob’s son Joseph (Genesis 35-50).
Joshua Adventures of Joshua —We look mainly at Joshua’s time, which is covered in the book that bears his name (Joshua 1-24). Includes a table and map of the territories apportioned to the tribes.
Joshua God's Magnificent Promises —God’s promises are very great and precious. Let's believe and appreciate them, act upon them, assure our hearts with them.
Joshua the priest The Order of Melchizedek —Melchizedek was not only a king; he was also a priest of the Most High God. Melchizedek symbolized Christ and his new priesthood and law.
Josiah Josiah, Judah's Good King —The son and grandson of good king Hezekiah made Judah more idolatrous than the pagans who had previously occupied the land. Yet Hezekiah’s great grandson Josiah lived even more righteously than Hezekiah himself.
Journeys Paul's Journeys (outline) —Summary of the journeys and periods of the apostle Paul. Traditionally, Paul is said to have made three missionary journeys, plus a fourth journey to Rome.
Journeys Paul's Journeys (4 lessons) —An outline and short commentary of Paul’s first missionary journey between the two Antiochs (Acts 13 & 14).
Journeys, spiritual Journeys by the Soul —Outlines the twelve possible journeys by the soul of man. This chart provides you with a simple introductory study which you can then follow up using the links to more more detailed lessons.
Joy The Joy of the Lord is Your Strength —God’s heaven is joyful. “The Lord’s strength and joy are in his place.” How do we give joy to the Lord, and how does this make us strong? (Nehemiah 8:10, 1Chr 16:27)
Joy Turning Sorrow to Joy —The sorrow portrayed in Isaiah 53 is sorrow that turns into joy. There are three ways that this is true.
Joy Happiness, Joy THREAD —List of Bible lessons on the topic “joy”, from simplybible.com’s study pages.
Judah's exile in Babylon Captivity of Judah —It is the southern kingdom of Judah’s turn to be deported from their own land into exile in a foreign country. God’s instrument in this punishment is Nebuchadnezzar king of Babylon.
Judas Iscariot Acts 1:15-26 —A study of Acts 1:15-26, about how Judas the betrayer, who had committed suicide, was replaced by Matthias as the 12th apostle.
Jude —A series of studies in the little epistle of Jude about the faith once for all delivered.
Jude’s Short Letter —The letter from Jude translated in simple English. A powerful statement.
Judea Acts Facts —What the book of Acts tells us happened in Judea. Includes a map of the region.
Judean ministry The Ministry of Jesus —In his earthly ministry, Jesus preached the gospel of the kingdom in the regions of the Jordan, Galilee, Judea, Samaria, and Perea. Includes a four-gospel summary of his ministry.
Judge God a Righteous Judge —Bible lesson about God as Judge. Points out some contradictory statements in the Westminster Confession.
Judges of Israel Adventures of Gideon —In spite of all God has done for us, we slip so easily away from God and forget him. At such times God will have a Gideon at hand to strengthen us again (Judges 1-10).
Judgment Right and Wrong Judgment —A simplified version of an old sermon outline.
Judgment The Disciple’s Judgment Some people will say, 'You have no right to judge'. Usually they have in mind the scripture that says, 'Do not judge, in order that you will not be judged' (Matthew 7:1-2). This can be misunderstood.
Judgment day Events at the Last Day —One last day for this world. We don't know when, but we do know of seven main events of that day.
Judgment day Journeys through the Judgment —About five more journeys that the human soul can take. These are the journeys that will occur on Judgment Day.
Judgment day Five Faulty Facts About the Judgment —We examine five arguments used to deny that there will be a judgment day or that Christians will undergo judgment.
Justice The Disciple’s Justice. God is always fair and just. He is no respecter of persons. The disciple of Christ likewise should be without partiality, hypocrisy, or injustice.
Justification Justification THREAD —List of Bible lessons on the topic “justification”, from simplybible.com’s study pages.
Justification WORDS Justification Defined — Several technical or special words in the Bible are studied and explained in our glossary. This lesson provides a word family, definitions, Greek/Hebrew references, a scripture chain, comments, and links, related to “justification”.