Author: Ron Graham
Paul That Amazing Man
—His doctrine and life
Here's a collection of lessons appreciating the work, journeys, and doctrine of Paul the apostle. Tap any title next to an arrow in the list below.
Paul That Amazing Man —Learning more about Paul, helps us better understand what he teaches. Here's what we learn about him from Colossians.
Paul s Letter to Philemon —A study of Paul’s letter to Philemon. Points: voluntary goodness, accepting providence, helping the helpless
Is Paul’s Doctrine True? —Three witness called to testify regarding the veracity of Paul’s doctrine.
Does Paul Contradict James? —Examines whether Paul conflicts with James over how we are justified.
Did Paul and Peter’s Gospel Differ? —Some people say that Paul’s gospel to the Gentiles was different from Peter’s gospel to the Jews. It is said that there were two gospels, one preached to the Jews and another preached to the Gentiles. This idea, however, is mistaken. We will look at some facts showing that Paul and Peter preached one gospel to both Jew and Gentile.
People Paul Loved —The qualities of the relationship that Paul's companions enjoyed together with all the members at the Colossian congregation.
I Have Finished My Course —In Paul's lifetime athletic games such as the Olympics, were popular. Paul himself seems to have taken an interest in them. He likened his life to a race.
Paul's Six Steps to Grace —A lesson from Romans. What Paul says a person needs to do to be saved. An added chart compares what Jesus says.
Paul's First Missionary Journey —An outline and short commentary of Paul's first missionary journey between the two Antiochs (Acts 13 and 14).
Paul's Second Missionary Journey —An outline with maps of Paul's second missionary journey from Syria to Macedonia and Greece (Acts 15:36 to 18:22).
Paul's Third Missionary Journey —An outline with maps of Paul's third missionary journey from Syria to Galatia, Macedonia, Greece, Ephesus and Jerusalem (Acts 18:23 to 21:22).
Paul's Fourth Journey. Paul’s journey from Jerusalem to Rome as a prisoner (Acts 21-28).
Paul’s Trips to Visit Jerusalem. A summary with scripture references of Paul’s four recorded trips to Jerusalem.
Paul the Apostle
The acts of Paul take up most of the book of Acts, and his letters make up about a third of the New Testament. Paul was an amazing man. Like his personality (into which his letters give us much insight) his doctrine is at once deep yet direct. He speaks as a man inspired by the Holy Spirit, a highly qualified scholar in his own right; a man worried about false teachers and their heresies; a man of rough journeys and almost unendurable hardships; a man passionate to make up for his past mistakes; a man driven by gratitude for God’s grace; a man totally under the spell of Christ who called him and chose him for a most special apostleship.
Some related lessons
Adventures of Paul —The dawning of New Israel, like the dawning of a new day, was to sweep around the globe. So the Lord appointed other apostles and preachers. Paul was notable, not only for the work he did, but also for the manner in which he was called.
Acts Facts: Paul’s Journeys —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.
Acts 9:1-19 —A verse by verse study about the conversion of Saul with the assistance of Ananias.
Acts 9:20-31 —A verse by verse study of Saul’s first experiences as a disciple of Christ.