Author: Ron Graham
Studies in Bible Books
A list of studies in depth covering certain books of the Bible. Some of these are verse-by-verse studies, and others are topical outlines. Some studies are very large works, whilst others are short series.
➤ Psalms —An overview of the Psalms including useful reference material.
➤ Proverbs —An intoduction to the Book of Proverbs in the Old Testament. This book, like the Psalms, is loved by Christians.
➤ Isaiah Gleanings —This series of lessons doesn't attempt to be a complete study of Isaiah. It does however provide outlines of all chapters in Isaiah, and present several lessons from the book that enrich our faith.
➤ Acts Facts —A study of the book of Acts. In these lessons, we look at the places mentioned in Acts, taking them in alphabetical order. Each place is located on a map and then we note the people and events associated with that place. Next we study the whole book of Acts verse by verse. The series includes quizzes.
➤ God's Plan of Salvation (Romans) —A series of lessons in Paul’s letter to the Romans. We examine faith and works, sin and its solution, the power of the gospel, the chain of events in salvation, and God’s living way
➤ From Faith to Faith (Romans) —A second series of studies in Paul’s letter to the Romans exploring the development of faith, a major theme of the letter.
➤ Thinking Through Romans —A third series of studies in Paul’s letter to the Romans exploring the thinking and doctrine of Paul. The series includes a chart of the concept threads in Romans, and an outline of the book.
➤ Paul’s letter to the Galatians —The background and outline of Paul’s letter to the Galatians. The lessons include verse by verse studies.
➤ Paul’s letter to the Ephesians —A verse by verse study of Paul’s letter to the Ephesians. The lessons provide a simple translation, and comments that are easy to understand.
➤ I Can! (Philippians) —Paul’s letter to the Philippians is full of encouragement. The theme of these lessons is, “I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me.” Series includes two quiz pages.
➤ Christ is All (Colossians) —This series of lessons approaches Colossians from the principle of fullness or “allness” which Paul applies to most of his statements in the letter. Paul is trying to rescue from the false teachers this great principle: “Christ is all and in all” (Colossians 3:11). This principle is sometimes called the all-sufficiency of Christ.
➤ Seven Ems of Spiritual Understanding (Colossians) —Another study series in Paul’s letter to the Colossians. The lessons look at seven “Ems”, namely Messiah, mission, message, ministry, method, membership, myself.
➤ 1st Thessalonians —This series of lessons is a verse-by-verse study of Paul’s first letter to the Thessalonians. The letter is divided into five topical sections.
➤ 2nd Thessalonians —This series of lessons is a verse-by-verse study of Paul’s second letter to the Thessalonians. The letter is divided into five topical sections.
➤ 1st Timothy —These lessons provide a verse by verse study of Paul’s first letter to Timothy. The letter is divided into ten topical sections.
➤ Jesus in Hebrews —A comprehensive series of studies in Hebrews, with special attention to the high priesthood of Christ.
➤ Letter of James —A set of lessons from the letter of James, treating the five main topics in the letter: works, money, lust, trials, and the tongue.
➤ Peter —These lessons make a comprehensive study of the first letter of Peter, showing how God treats us right and makes us right.
➤ 2nd Peter —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.
➤ 1st John —A series of studies in John's first letter. about Christ, faith, truth, love, and sin.
➤ Revelation the Book —A comprehensive series of lessons on the book of Revelation. We study John’s record of the revelation of the gospel in visions that he received from Jesus Christ. Some lessons are overviews, and others are verse-by-verse expositions. There is also an outline of the book.
➤ Bible Book Abbreviations —A table of abbreviations for Bible book names used on the simplybible.com website.