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Author: Ron Graham

Faith Hope Love

Faith, Hope, and Love, These Three
—1Corinthians 13:13

The lessons in this series are about the Big Three: Faith, Hope, and Love. That theme is taken from 1Corinthians 13:13. These lessons combine well with the Disciples of Christ series. Tap any title next to an arrow in the list below.

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The Arrows of God The arrows of God are faith, hope, and love, these three. Each arrow needs a target, energy, and penetration.


YouTube Faith, Hope, Love (1) The Arrows of God —Watch a 25‑minute video. I would like us to think about faith, hope, and love, as the arrows of God. Now arrows need at least three things. Not only do physical arrows need these three things, but the arrows of God need these things too. Each arrow needs a target, energy, and penetration. Tap the title next to the arrow to start playing the video on YouTube (simplybible channel).


To Know the Love of ChristThe love of Christ is not too deep to know. Our deepest need is to know it. His cross, counsel, and coming again, show it.


YouTube Faith, Hope, Love (2) To Know Christ’s Love —Watch a 30‑minute video. The love of Christ is not too deep to know. Our deepest need is to know it. His cross, counsel, and coming again, show it. Challenging encouragement from the Bible. Tap the title next to the arrow to start playing the video on YouTube (simplybible channel).


The Blind Eye of LoveEvaluating the idea that true love sees only the good in people. It's one of the most dangerous ideas in the world.


YouTube Faith, Hope, Love (3) The Blind Eye of Love —Watch a 30‑minute video. There's an idea that true love sees only the good in people and ignores the negative; its kindly blind to their faults and appreciates their nobler points. Such love turns a blind eye to sin and does not take account of people’s wrongs. What do you think of this idea? Tap the title next to the arrow to start playing the video on YouTube (simplybible channel).


The Well Beloved GaiusThe 3rd epistle of John says four wonderful things about Gaius: He was well beloved, his soul prospered, he walked in truth, he acted faithfully.


YouTube Faith, Hope, Love (4) The Beloved Gaius —Watch a 30‑minute video. The lesson is found in John’s short letter to Gaius (known as the 3rd epistle of John). We are looking at verses 1-8. In this reading, you will note four wonderful things that are said of this good man Gaius:. As we look at these things we will appreciate Gaius as a man of faith, hope, and love. Tap the title next to the arrow to start playing the video on YouTube (simplybible channel).


God's Magnificent PromisesGod's promises are very great and precious. Let's believe and appreciate them, act upon them, assure our hearts with them.


YouTube God’s Precious Promises —Watch a 30‑minute video. God's promises are "Very great and precious" (2Peter 1:4). They are promises for everyone and they are trustworthy. Tap the title next to the arrow to start playing the video on YouTube (simplybible channel).


Daily Life and Eternal LifeDaily life makes it hard for us to relate to eternal life. Life on earth can crowd our love for truth, faith in Christ, and hope of Heaven.


YouTube Daily Life, Eternal Life —Watch a 30‑minute video. We true followers of Jesus have eternal life, and should know that we have it (1John 5:11-13) . But our experience of daily life makes it difficult for us to conceive of, believe in, and relate to, eternal life. Daily life crowds out our love for truth, faith in Christ, and hope of Heaven. Here are four common problems: Tap the title next to the arrow to start playing the video on YouTube (simplybible channel).


Shapes of the Christian LifeIn this lesson we relate the Christian life and faith to four simple shapes: triangle, square, circle, and cross. Are you intrigued?


The Unencumbered LifeThe choices you make in this life should be like Mary’s not Martha’s. The word of Jesus is available to you. Seize every opportunity to listen and consider. Don't let yourself be distracted by things that matter less. Keep them in their proper place. Remember worldly things, as good as they might be, are not eternal. Leave plenty of room for “that good part” of life.

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