Author: Ron Graham
This selection of lessons is about sin, its seriousness, its source, and its solution. Among other questions, we examine how sin and death spread to all humans. Was it by heredity or by contagion?
Sin, its Source and Solution—The source of sin is not God’s law, or our flesh, or Adam. What then is the source of sin?
Three Kinds of Sinners—A Bible lesson that differentiates sinners into three types. Which kind are you?
Four Kinds of Sin —about four kinds of sin. These are sins of attitude, action, neglect, and intent.
What 1st John Says About Sin (1)—“Everyone who practises righteousness is born of him... No one who is born of God practises sin... The one who practises sin is of the devil” (1John 2:29; 3:6-10).
David’s Sin and Sorrow—More of David’s adventures, after he became king. However there is a great deal of sadness in this story, mainly as a result of the sin David committed with Basheba.
Solomon’s Sin and Sorrow—Factors behind Solomon’s sin and fall from glory: his excess, his disobedience, his neglect, and his several faults.
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.
Total Depravity—Examines human nature, and the mechanism by which sin and death spread to all. Is it by heredity or by contagion?
The Last Sin Offering—One of the signs which accompanied Christ’s sacrificial death, took place in the inner sanctum of the house of animal sacrifice: “Behold the veil of the temple was torn in two from top to bottom” (Matthew 27:51)
Law and the Imputation of Sin—The first of three lessons from Romans that examine the relationship between sin and divine law.
Law and the Increase of Sin—The third of three lessons from Romans that examine the relationship between sin and divine law.