Author: Ron Graham
“Peace” to “Philippians”
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➤ Peace The Path to Peace —Get rid of anxiety and think constructively.
➤ Peace Peace Will Be With You —A lesson from Philippians 4:1-9 about how to obtain inner tranquility.
➤ Peace 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?
➤ Peace [Bislama] God i Stamba Blong Pis (Filipae 4:1-9) —Disfala wol i no gat pis, i gat tumas trabol mo wari long hem olbaot. Long Baebol (Filipae 4:1-9), i talem se God i stamba blong pis mo i soemaot hao nao yumi save kasem pis mo hapi tingting.
➤ Peacemakers The Beatitudes (3) —The pure in heart, the peacemakers, and the persecuted.
➤ Penitence WORDS Repentance 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 “repentance”.
➤ Pentecost The Day of Pentecost —The promises of old come to pass in the resurrection and ascension of Christ and his outpouring of the Holy Spirit on the day of Pentecost signifying that he is now Lord and Christ on David’s throne in heaven (Acts 2:31-36).
➤ Pentecost Grace and Pentecost —On the day of Pentecost, many were saved. However, many were unsaved also. What necessary things did the unsaved fail to do that caused them to miss out on salvation that day? (Acts chapter 2).
➤ Pentecost Acts 2:1-14 —About how the apostles received power through a baptism of the Holy Spirit. This fulfilled the promise Jesus had made to them just before his ascension.
➤ Perean 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.
➤ Perfect path Paths of Grace —A Journeys of the Soul lesson. We trace the ideal path that the soul should take. God has provided this path out of his kindness, goodness, and love. One special human being walked this perfect path setting us an example.
➤ Perfected The Arrows of God —The arrows of God are faith, hope, and love, these three. Each arrow needs a target, energy, and penetration.
➤ Perfection Pressing On to Perfection —On four occasions in the course of his letter, the writer to the Hebrews interrupts his teaching about Christ to exhort his hearers about their lack of diligence and their potential to backslide.
➤ Perfection Pressing On to Perfection (1988) —Study in Hebrews presented at a lectureship in 1988. Same title as another lesson in our Hebrews studies, however on this occasion I treated the subject differently.
➤ Perfection of Jesus The L in GLORY ~ Jesus the Lamb —The PERFECTION of Jesus as the LAMB of God whose precious blood can take away all sins of all people.
➤ Perfection of Jesus What Jesus Accomplished on the Cross —Explains justification, sanctification, and redemption.
➤ Perga Acts Facts —What the book of Acts tells us happened in Perga. Includes a map of the region.
➤ Persecuted The Beatitudes (3) —The pure in heart, the peacemakers, and the persecuted.
➤ Perseverance Perseverance of the Saints —Can a saved person cease to be saved and become lost again? The doctrine of the perseverance of the saints says “No.” Is that right or wrong?
➤ Persian empire Prophecies of Daniel —In visions, Daniel foresaw the entire period from the Babylonian captivity until the Messiah came and established his kingdom throughout the world. God knew the future, and he would ensure that his plan unfolded over the centuries just as he willed.
➤ Person Is the Holy Spirit an Impersonal Force? —Discusses the Personhood of the Holy Spirit showing his attributes of personality.
➤ Personal My Own Personal Faith —Are you mistakenly relying upon your own personal do-it-yourself faith, made up of whatever seems true to you?
Note —PERSONIFICATION: means representing an idea or principle as a person, real or imaginary. One might say that a certain dictator is the personification of evil. In stories or visions fictional beings may personify love, beauty, innocence, lust, greed, death, etc.
➤ Peter the apostle Adventures of Peter —Among the apostles and evangelists of Jesus was Peter, a fisherman from Galilee, one of that special group of twelve whom Jesus chose and trained during his own personal ministry of the gospel.
➤ Peter's sermon The Day of Pentecost —The promises of old come to pass in the resurrection and ascension of Christ and his outpouring of the Holy Spirit on the day of Pentecost signifying that he is now Lord and Christ on David’s throne in heaven (Acts 2:31-36).
➤ Peter First letter of Peter SERIES —This series provides a comprehensive study of the first letter of Peter, showing how God treats us right and makes us right.
➤ Peter Second letter of Peter SERIES —These studies in the second letter of Peter, look at why Peter wrote, and his teachings about Christian growth, false prophets, and the second coming.
➤ Physician, Jesus Is There No Balm in Gilead? —There is a balm in Gilead. Why do people not come to the heavenly physician for spiritual healing? Three possible reasons.
➤ Pharaoh Bondage in Egypt —Some of the timeless principles involved in the story of Israel’s troubled times. Their bondage in Egypt, like the story of Joseph’s ups and downs, is instructive for us when we too meet with trouble in our lives.
Note —PHARISEE: A member of one of the opinionated and self-glorifying sects among the religious leaders and lawyers in Jerusalem. Pharisees accepted miracles, resurrection, angels, spirits, etc whereas their rivals the Saducees did not.
➤ Phenice Acts Facts —What the book of Acts tells us happened in Phenice/Phoenix. Includes a map of the region.
➤ Philemon Paul's Letter to Philemon —A study of Paul’s letter to Philemon. Points: voluntary goodness, accepting providence, helping the helpless.
➤ Philippi Acts Facts —What the book of Acts tells us happened in Philippi. Includes a map of the region.
➤ Philippians I Can! (Philippians) SERIES —Paul’s letter to the Philippians is full of encouragement. The theme is, “I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me.” Series includes two quiz pages.