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Third Quarter:
Discussion Questions:
Friday, 23rd September 2016
Further Thought: Read Matthew 5:16; Colossians 3:17; Hebrews 13:15-16; read Ellen G. White, “On the Mount of Olives,” pp. 627-636, and reread “ 'The Least of These My Brethren,’ ” pp. 637-641, in The Desire of Ages. Jesus told us what the si
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Posted on August 13, 2016
Third Quarter:
The Wait Is Over
Thursday, 22nd September 2016
Many years ago, English author Charles Dickens wrote a book called A Tale of Two Cities.Those two cities were London and Paris. In a sense, it could be said that the Bible is also a tale of two cities. In this case, the two cities are Babylon and Jerusale
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Posted on August 13, 2016
Third Quarter:
Preparing for the Fina
Wednesday, 21st September 2016
Jesus used farming language in His teaching about the kingdom, as pointed out in lesson 5. As we have seen, farming is not merely an event; it is a patient process! It is a regularly repeated cycle with different stages and different jobs for different pe
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Posted on August 13, 2016
Third Quarter:
The Mission of the Chu
Tuesday, 20th September 2016
Read James 2:14-26. In what ways do these verses encapsulate who we are and why we are here? In Sunday’s study, the disciples start out pointing to the beauty of the temple buildings. Jesus points their attention to the condition of the church within
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Posted on August 13, 2016
Third Quarter:
Revival and Reformatio
Monday, 19th September 2016
Read 2 Peter 3:1-18. Summarize the teachings in this chapter that pertain to revival and reformation. How do these verses fit in with the topic we have been studying all quarter? God’s desire is that “everyone” will “come to repentance” (2 Pe
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Posted on August 13, 2016
Third Quarter:
How Shall We Wait?
Saturday, 17th September 2016
Sabbath Afternoon Read for This Week’s Study: Matt. 24:35-25:46, 2 Peter 3:1-18, James 2:14-26, John 4:35-38, 1 Cor. 3:6-8, Rev. 21:1-4. Memory Text: “Never be lacking in zeal, but keep your spiritual fervor, serving the Lord. Be joyful in hope,
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Posted on August 13, 2016
Third Quarter:
While We Wait for Jesu
Saturday, 17th September 2016
The disciples had just been admiring the glorious scene as the sun’s rays glinted off the temple. Jesus, wanting to focus their attention on the realities facing the Christian church in the near future and the end of time, cryptically gave them a dose o
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Posted on August 13, 2016
Third Quarter:
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Friday, 16th September 2016
Further Thought: Read Ministry to the Cities, (Hagerstown, Md.: Review and Herald® Publishing Association, 2012). It is a collection from the Ellen G. White Estate of most of the Ellen G. White materials on urban ministry. A Seventh-day Adventist expe
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Posted on August 13, 2016
Third Quarter:
Reaching Out to the Ci
Thursday, 15th September 2016
No one is saying that outreach and ministry are easy. The fact is, they are not. Humans are fallen, corrupt, and not naturally spiritual. As Paul said about himself: “For we know that the law is spiritual, but I am carnal, sold under sin” (Rom. 7:14,
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Posted on August 13, 2016
Third Quarter:
Make It Personal
Wednesday, 14th September 2016
Read John 15:12-13; James 1:27; and Galatians 6:2. Together, what are they saying to us that is so crucial for any serious outreach? Because of the massive size of urban populations, it is easy to lose sight of the fact that faith is personal. The bott
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Posted on August 13, 2016
Third Quarter:
Sowing and Reaping in
Tuesday, 13th September 2016
Read Matthew 13:3-9, 18-23. Though this is a familiar story, how can we take what it teaches in order to help us better understand how to minister and to witness to our communities, including the cities? Though set in a rural context, this parable is,
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Posted on August 13, 2016
Third Quarter:
The Hurting Place
Monday, 12th September 2016
As Christ made His way through Jerusalem, Capernaum, and other cities of His time, the sick, disabled, and poor crowded around Him, the Healer. His heart went out to suffering humanity. In the city, there is more of everything-more people, more buildin
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Posted on August 13, 2016
Third Quarter:
The Nature of Cities
Sunday, 11th September 2016
Cities bring together many different cultures, ethnic groups, languages, and religions. Traditionally, each group had its “quarter,” or defined territory. Increasingly, all kinds of people live next door to one another throughout metropolitan regions.
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Posted on August 13, 2016
Third Quarter:
Urban Ministry in the
Saturday, 10th September 2016
Sabbath Afternoon Read for This Week’s Study: Acts 18:1-28; Exod. 2:23-25; Matt. 13:3-9, 18-23; John 15:12-13; 2 Pet. 3:9. Memory Text: “ 'Seek the peace and prosperity of the city to which I have carried you into exile. Pray to the LORD for it
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Posted on August 13, 2016
Third Quarter:
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Friday, 09th September 2016
Further Thought: Read Psalm 77:20, Hosea 11:4, 2 Corinthians 5:11-21. Read Ellen G. White, “Teaching and Healing,” pp. 139-146, and “Help in Daily Living,” pp. 469, 470, in The Ministry of Healing; “ 'This Man Receiveth Sinners,’ ” pp. 185-
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Posted on August 13, 2016
Third Quarter:
Seek and You Shall Fin
Thursday, 08th September 2016
Read Revelation 3:20, Matthew 7:7-8, and John 1:12. In what ways are these three passages related, and what are they saying to us about what it means to seek and to find the Lord? These texts together show that people must ask and seek and be open to r
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Posted on August 13, 2016
Third Quarter:
The Bidding
Wednesday, 07th September 2016
Jesus and His disciples healed people and then turned their minds to eternal issues. (See Ellen G. White, The Ministry of Healing, p. 20.) Evangelist Mark Finley reminds us that not to introduce God to people is spiritual malpractice. Jesus’ method of e
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Posted on August 13, 2016
Third Quarter:
The Bridge
Tuesday, 06th September 2016
Sometimes a church will have community service outreach programs in areas of health, family, personal finance, conflict management, et cetera, and might ask: What is the bridge to bring them to the “Follow Me” stage? We rather should ask, Who is the b
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Posted on August 13, 2016
Third Quarter:
We Are to Seek
Monday, 05th September 2016
Read Luke 19:10, Mark 1:17, Luke 9:2, and Revelation 14:6-7. What is one key point that all these texts have in common? That is, what are they telling us to do? For years a Seventh-day Adventist congregation prayed, “Lord, please draw the people in o
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Posted on August 13, 2016
Third Quarter:
They Know His Voice
Sunday, 04th September 2016
Read John 10:1-5, 16. How do these texts illustrate the importance of why we, as Jesus’ representatives, must form positive and loving relationships with people in our communities as we seek to lead them to Jesus? How can we help them learn to hear His
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Posted on August 13, 2016
Third Quarter:
Jesus Bade Them, “Fo
Saturday, 03rd September 2016
Sabbath Afternoon Read for This Week’s Study: John 10:1-5, 16; Luke 9:2; Rev. 14:6-7; Luke 19:1-10; Acts 26:11-27; Rev. 3:20. Memory Text: “ 'But they [the sheep] will never follow a stranger; in fact, they will run away from him because they d
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Posted on August 13, 2016
Third Quarter:
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Friday, 02nd September 2016
Further Thought: Read Mark 5:18-20; Luke 8:38-39; Acts 5:12-16. Read Ellen G. White, “Our Example,” pp. 17-28, in The Ministry of Healing; “The Grace of Courtesy,” pp. 236-240, in Selected Messages, book 3 (especially pp. 238, 239); “Blessing th
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Posted on August 13, 2016
Third Quarter:
Favor With All People
Thursday, 01st September 2016
There’s no question that we, as a people, have been blessed with so much light from the Lord. This light isn’t just in theology, such as understanding the Cross, the sanctuary, the state of the dead, the Sabbath, and the great controversy, which are g
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Posted on August 13, 2016
Third Quarter:
The Value of Social Ca
Wednesday, 31st August 2016
Churches are largely volunteer groups, which operate on limited budgets. Social capital helps improve the chance that your church can reach significant goals. The old tradition in some countries of farmers helping other farmers bring in their harvest is a
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Posted on August 13, 2016
Third Quarter:
Social Capital
Tuesday, 30th August 2016
“A good name is more desirable than great riches; to be esteemed is better than silver or gold” (Prov. 22:1, NIV). How does the concept expressed here relate to our community witness and outreach? What is “social capital”? When you make inv
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Posted on August 13, 2016
Third Quarter:
A Careful Balance
Monday, 29th August 2016
The Seventh-day Adventist Church in an African country is growing rapidly. What is the secret? Church leaders have stated that there is a strong connection between this growth and the unselfish and unconditional service of the church members to people in
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Posted on August 13, 2016
Third Quarter:
Winning Confidence
Sunday, 28th August 2016
After desiring their good, showing sympathy, and ministering to their needs, Jesus “won their confidence.” Confidence in Latin is composed of the words con,meaning “with,” and fides meaning “faith.” Throughout the Bible several words are emplo
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Posted on August 13, 2016
Third Quarter:
Jesus Won Their Confid
Saturday, 27th August 2016
Sabbath Afternoon Read for This Week’s Study: Gen. 15:6, Num. 14:11, 1 Cor. 3:1-9, Dan. 6:1-3, Neh. 2:1-9, Deut. 4:1-9, Acts 2:42-47. Memory Text: “But now even more the report about him went abroad, and great crowds gathered to hear him and to
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Posted on August 13, 2016
Third Quarter:
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Friday, 26th August 2016
Further Thought: Read Deuteronomy 15:11, Job 29:11-17, Proverbs 14:31, 19:17, Acts 3:6, James 1:27-2:5; Ellen G. White, “Pioneering in Australia,” pp. 327-338, in Welfare Ministry. Paul, like Jesus, was involved in meeting the expressed needs of peopl
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Posted on August 13, 2016
Third Quarter:
The Church at Work
Thursday, 25th August 2016
“Commit to the LORD whatever you do, and he will establish your plans” (Prov. 16:3, NIV). Once your church has a clear vision of how it can minister to the community, it is important to develop a plan whereby all church departments can work togethe
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Posted on August 13, 2016
Third Quarter:
Dorcas in Joppa
Wednesday, 24th August 2016
Read Acts 9:36-42. What did Dorcas do in Joppa when she discovered the needs around her? In Acts 9:41 what does the phrase “the believers, especially the widows” (NIV) imply? Dorcas was a disciple of action. “In Joppa there was a disciple named T
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Posted on August 13, 2016
Third Quarter:
The Deeper Needs
Tuesday, 23rd August 2016
Jesus, as the Lord, knew more about the people than they knew about themselves. There are many accounts in the Gospels where Jesus showed that He not only knew what people were thinking at the present (see Mark 2:8)-He knew their histories as well (John 4
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Posted on August 13, 2016
Third Quarter:
How Can I Help You?
Monday, 22nd August 2016
Read Mark 10:46-52 and John 5:1-9. In both cases, Jesus asked questions. Why would He do that? Notice, in both cases, that Jesus asked what they wanted, even though it was obvious what they wanted. And even if it weren’t, Jesus would have known what
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Posted on August 13, 2016
Third Quarter:
Interruption for Minis
Sunday, 21st August 2016
Jesus steps off the boat on the shore near Capernaum. (See Mark 5:1-43.) His disciples are still reeling from the harrowing encounter with the demon-possessed man in Decapolis. As usual, a crowd is there to meet Him. Eager to get His attention, individual
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Posted on August 13, 2016
Third Quarter:
Jesus Ministered to Th
Saturday, 20th August 2016
Sabbath Afternoon Read for This Week’s Study: Mark 5:22-43, 10:46-52, John 5:1-9, Ps. 139:1-13, Mark 2:1-12, Acts 9:36-42. Memory Text: “Jesus went through all the towns and villages, teaching in their synagogues, proclaiming the good news of th
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Posted on August 13, 2016
Third Quarter:
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Friday, 19th August 2016
Further Thought: Read Deuteronomy 24:10-22, Jonah 3:1-10, Malachi 3:17, Matthew 15:32-38, Mark 6:34-44, Galatians 6:2, Hebrews 10:32-34. Read Ellen G. White, “Be Sympathetic to All Men,” p. 189, and “Thoughtful of Others,” p. 193, in My Life Today
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Posted on August 13, 2016
Third Quarter:
Another Kind of Comfor
Thursday, 18th August 2016
“Blessed be the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Father of mercies and God of all comfort, who comforts us in all our tribulation, that we may be able to comfort those who are in any trouble, with the comfort with which we ourselves are comf
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Posted on August 13, 2016
Third Quarter:
Jesus Wept
Wednesday, 17th August 2016
Jesus wept” (John 11:35, NIV). What does this verse tell us, not just about the humanity of Jesus, but how in that humanity He related to the suffering of others? See also Rom. 12:15. In John 11:35 Jesus demonstrated sympathy, empathy, and pity f
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Posted on August 13, 2016
Third Quarter:
Walking in Their Shoes
Tuesday, 16th August 2016
Read Colossians 3:12, 1 Peter 3:8, and 1 John 3:17. What are these verses saying to us, and how can we reveal this compassion in our lives? Compassion comes from the Latin word compati,which means “to suffer with.” As we ourselves have suffered, we
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Posted on August 13, 2016
Third Quarter:
Our Sympathetic Savior
Monday, 15th August 2016
As Jesus mingled with people during His earthly ministry, He encountered situations that revealed His sympathy and compassion for them. “He came forth, and saw a great multitude, and he had compassion on them, and healed their sick” (Matt. 14:14, ASV)
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Posted on August 13, 2016
Third Quarter:
Hearing the Groans
Sunday, 14th August 2016
The universe can seem like a very scary place: vast, cold, and so big we sense our own insignificance and meaninglessness amid it. This fear has become even more prevalent with the advent of modern science, whose giant telescopes have revealed a cosmos mu
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Posted on August 13, 2016
Third Quarter:
Sabbath Afternoon, Jes
Saturday, 13th August 2016
Sabbath Afternoon Read for This Week’s Study: 2 Kings 13:23; Exod. 2:23-25; Luke 7:11-16; 1 John 3:17; John 11:35; Rom. 12:15; 2 Cor. 1:3-4. Memory Text: “And when Jesus went out He saw a great multitude; and He was moved with compassion for the
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Posted on August 06, 2016
Third Quarter:
JESUS DESIRED THEIR GO
Friday, 12th August 2016
Further Thought: Read Ellen G. White, “Our Example,” pp. 17-28, in The Ministry of Healing; “ 'One Thing Thou Lackest,’ ” pp. 518-523, in The Desire of Ages; “A Social Life,” pp. 186-188, 190-192, 194-196, in My Life Today. “In order t
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Posted on August 06, 2016
Third Quarter:
The Other-centered Chu
Thursday, 11th August 2016
“Do nothing out of selfish ambition or vain conceit. Rather, in humility value others above yourselves, not looking to your own interests but each of you to the interests of others. In your relationships with one another, have the same mindset as Christ
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Posted on August 06, 2016
Third Quarter:
The Second Touch
Wednesday, 10th August 2016
Read Mark 8:22-25. What spiritual lesson can we learn from the fact that Jesus’ first healing touch didn’t fully heal the blind man? After Jesus “spat” on the man’s eyes, He touched him and asked, “ 'Do you see anything?’ ” (Mark 8:23,
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Posted on August 06, 2016
Third Quarter:
Love Never Fails
Tuesday, 09th August 2016
According to Jesus, the two greatest commandments are love to God and love to neighbor (Luke 10:27-28). He also showed us who our neighbors are (Luke 10:29-37). No question, too, that Jesus’ life, from beginning to end, was an expression of the pure lov
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Posted on August 06, 2016
Third Quarter:
The “Anyway” Princ
Monday, 08th August 2016
A leper approaches Jesus and begs for healing. Conventional wisdom says that this man should be isolated. Jesus, the clean One, touches him and heals him anyway (Matt. 8:1-4). Peter denies Jesus three times during His trial (John 18:1-40). After the resur
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Posted on August 06, 2016
Third Quarter:
Jonah in Nineveh
Sunday, 07th August 2016
Read Jonah 3:4-4:6. What serious attitude problem does this prophet have? In Jonah 4:1-11, the prophet Jonah sits down east of the great city of Nineveh. He has delivered the message of doom that God has entrusted to him. He reflects on his journey, hi
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Posted on August 06, 2016
Third Quarter:
Jesus Desired Their Go
Saturday, 06th August 2016
Read for This Week’s Study: Jon. 3:4-4:6, Luke 19:38-42, Matt. 5:43-47, 1 Corinthians 13:1-13, Mark 8:22-25, Phil. 2:3-5, James 2:14-17. Memory Text: “O Jerusalem, Jerusalem, thou that killest the prophets, and stonest them which are sent unto thee
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Posted on August 06, 2016
Third Quarter:
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Friday, 15th July 2016
Further Thought: Read Jeremiah 22:1–16; Ezekiel 16:49; Zechariah 7:9, 10. Read Ellen G. White Comments, pp. 1165, 1166, in The SDA Bible Commentary, vol. 4; “God’s Design in Our Sanitariums,” pp. 227, 228, in Testimonies for the Church, vol. 6.
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Posted on July 10, 2016
Third Quarter:
The Church—A Change
Thursday, 14th July 2016
Read Micah 6. What is the Lord speaking out against here? Micah joins the other Old Testament prophets who emphasize that external forms of religion that lack a humble and intentional manifestation of justice and mercy are never acceptable to a just and
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Posted on July 10, 2016
Third Quarter:
Jubilee Promises
Wednesday, 13th July 2016
The Old Testament is filled with the idea that those who have been blessed materially and spiritually will reach out to those who have not been. Read Isaiah 61:1–11. What is God saying to His people here, and how can we apply what’s said here to ours
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Posted on July 10, 2016
Third Quarter:
The Church: A Source o
Tuesday, 12th July 2016
“Swarms of living creatures will live wherever the river flows. There will be large numbers of fish . . . ; where the river flows everything will live” (Ezek. 47:9, NIV). Ezekiel’s prophecy illustrates that where the river that comes from God’s c
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Posted on July 10, 2016
Third Quarter:
A Flowing River
Monday, 11th July 2016
Read Ezekiel 47:1–8. What’s going on with the temple that Ezekiel saw in vision? The temple appears to have sprung a leak. You may wonder, did a pipe break, or what? In this case, the leak was a good thing. This water leaking out of the temple was g
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Posted on July 10, 2016
Third Quarter:
Alive in Christ
Sunday, 10th July 2016
The grace of God that brings revival to those who are dead in transgression and sin is graphically revealed in Ezekiel 37. In vision, the prophet Ezekiel is transported by the Spirit to a valley full of dead, dry, and scattered bones. These bones represen
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Posted on July 10, 2016
Third Quarter:
Justice and Mercy in t
Saturday, 09th July 2016
Sabbath Afternoon Read for This Week’s Study: Ezek. 37:1–14; Eph. 2:10; Ezek. 47:1–8; Matt. 5:16; Rev. 22:1, 2; Isa. 61:1–11. Memory Text: “ ‘Swarms of living creatures will live wherever the river flows. There will be large numbers of fish,
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Posted on July 10, 2016
Second Quarter:
Discussion Questions
Friday, 29th April 2016
Further Thought: Who among us doesn’t know the reality of the great controversy? We know about this war because we feel it inside us on a daily basis. We live in a broken world, a world cursed with anxiety and pain. A world where a serpent isn’t limit
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Posted on April 25, 2016
Second Quarter:
A Lost Cause
Thursday, 28th April 2016
All through history, humans have engaged in warfare. Something in human nature causes the people of one group to want to plunder, pillage, and slaughter those of another. In a book about her father, British philosopher Bertrand Russell, Katherine Tait wro
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Posted on April 25, 2016
Second Quarter:
When the Battle Gets N
Wednesday, 27th April 2016
As we have already seen, the words of Jesus in Matthew 11:12, however deep, do reveal the fact that the kingdom of God isn’t going to be established without a struggle, or without a fight. That fight, we understand, is the great controversy, and it has
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Posted on April 25, 2016
Second Quarter:
The “Warfare Worldvi
Tuesday, 26th April 2016
Whatever the ultimate meaning of Matthew 11:12, as we saw yesterday, it does help to reveal the reality of the great controversy. It depicts a struggle, a battle and—as we know from other Bible texts—this battle is, at the core, the one between Christ
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Posted on April 25, 2016
Second Quarter:
The Frontiers of Darkn
Monday, 25th April 2016
Bible students through the ages have struggled with Matthew 11:12 because the words that describe the kingdom and the people here can be used in either a positive or negative sense. The Greek verb basmati can mean either “forcefully advancing” or “s
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Posted on April 25, 2016
Second Quarter:
Matthew 11:11,12
Sunday, 24th April 2016
Scripture is the Word of God, and in it the plan of salvation is made clear. Yet, some texts can be difficult to understand. This, though, should not be surprising. After all, in every aspect of natural life we find things hard to understand. How much mor
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Posted on April 25, 2016
Second Quarter:
The Seen and the Unsee
Saturday, 23rd April 2016
Read for This Week’s Study: Matt. 11:11, 12; Rev. 5:5; Matt. 12:25-29; Isa. 27:1; Matt. 11:1-12; Heb. 2:14. Memory Text:“From the days of John the Baptist until now the kingdom of heaven suffers violence, and the violent take it by force.” (Matth
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Posted on April 25, 2016
Fourth Quarter:
Inside Story.
Friday, 11th December 2015
Further Thought: As we saw, the Bible teaches that the rainbow is a sign of God's covenantal promise never to destroy the earth by water again. Sure, thanks to science, we now know that a rainbow occurs when sunlight is both refracted and reflected in dr
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Posted on November 28, 2015
Fourth Quarter:
The New Covenant: Part
Thursday, 10th December 2015
The prophecy of Jeremiah about the new covenant contains a double application: first, it refers to Israel's return to God and His bringing them home; second, it refers to the work of Jesus the Messiah, whose death ratified the covenant and would change t
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Posted on November 28, 2015
Fourth Quarter:
The New Covenant: Part
Wednesday, 09th December 2015
Read Jeremiah 31:31-34. What do these texts mean both in their immediate context and in ours today?
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Posted on November 28, 2015
Fourth Quarter:
The Covenant at Sinai
Tuesday, 08th December 2015
How was the covenant made between Israel and God at Mount Sinai? Exodus 24:1-18
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Posted on November 28, 2015
Fourth Quarter:
The Covenant With Abra
Monday, 07th December 2015
Read Genesis 12:1-3, 15:1-5, 17:1-14. What do these texts tell us about what the Lord intended to do through the covenant He made with Abraham?
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Posted on November 28, 2015
Fourth Quarter:
God's Covenant With Al
Sunday, 06th December 2015
We look at how bad the world is today; that is, we see all the evil in it, and yet God still bears with us. Thus, we can only imagine just how bad things must have been in order for the Lord to destroy the whole world with a flood. "God had given men His
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Posted on November 28, 2015
Fourth Quarter:
The Covenant
Saturday, 05th December 2015
Memory Text: "'The days are coming,' declares the Lord, 'when I will make a new covenant with the people of Israel and with the people of Judah'" (Jeremiah 31:31, NIV).
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Posted on November 28, 2015
Fourth Quarter:
Inside Story
Friday, 04th December 2015
Further Thought: "We are in continual danger of getting above the simplicity of the gospel. There is an intense desire on the part of many to startle the world with something original, that shall lift the people into a state of spiritual ecstasy, and cha
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Posted on November 28, 2015
Fourth Quarter:
The Seventy Years
Thursday, 03rd December 2015
Jeremiah's prophecies should have had a double effect on the thinking of the captives: on the one hand they should not believe what the false prophets were saying, and on the other hand they should not be dispirited. He asked his captive countrymen to pr
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Posted on November 28, 2015
Fourth Quarter:
All Your Heart
Wednesday, 02nd December 2015
"You will seek me and find me when you seek me with all your heart" (Jer. 29:13, NIV). What has been your own experience with this promise? What does "with all your heart" mean?
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Posted on November 28, 2015
Fourth Quarter:
The Fall of Jerusalem
Tuesday, 01st December 2015
The Fall of Jerusalem The siege of Jerusalem began in earnest in January, 588 b.c., and lasted until the late summer of 586 b.c. Jerusalem had been able to hold out for more than two years before Jeremiah's prophetic words were fulfilled, and the Baby
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Posted on November 28, 2015
Fourth Quarter:
The Unhappy Reign of K
Monday, 30th November 2015
The Unhappy Reign of King Zedekiah Zedekiah, whose name means "righteousness of Yahweh," was the last king on the throne of Judah before its destruction by the Babylonians in 586 b.c. At first he seemed to have been willing to obey the words of Jerem
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Posted on November 28, 2015
Fourth Quarter:
Weeping for Tammuz
Sunday, 29th November 2015
Weeping for Tammuz Though Jeremiah might have felt very much alone at times, he wasn't. God had raised up Ezekiel, a contemporary, among the captives in Babylon, in order to comfort and to warn the exiles as well as to confirm what the Lord had been s
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Posted on November 28, 2015
Fourth Quarter:
The Destruction of Jer
Saturday, 28th November 2015
Memory Text: "Also, seek the peace and prosperity of the city to which I have carried you into exile. Pray to the Lord for it, because if it prospers, you too will prosper" (Jeremiah 29:7, NIV).
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Posted on November 28, 2015
Third Quarter:
Friday
Friday, 25th September 2015
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Posted on September 05, 2015
Third Quarter:
Providential Bus Encou
Friday, 25th September 2015
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Posted on September 05, 2015
Third Quarter:
The Mission Call
Thursday, 24th September 2015
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Posted on September 05, 2015
Third Quarter:
Sinners in Need of Gra
Wednesday, 23rd September 2015
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Posted on September 05, 2015
Third Quarter:
Universalism and Plura
Tuesday, 22nd September 2015
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Posted on September 05, 2015
Third Quarter:
How Much Must One Know
Monday, 21st September 2015
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Posted on September 05, 2015
Third Quarter:
No Other Name Under He
Sunday, 20th September 2015
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Posted on September 05, 2015
Third Quarter:
Must the Whole World H
Saturday, 19th September 2015
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Posted on September 05, 2015
Third Quarter:
Further Study
Friday, 18th September 2015
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Posted on September 04, 2015
Third Quarter:
Inside Story
Friday, 18th September 2015
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Posted on September 04, 2015
Third Quarter:
Getting Along
Thursday, 17th September 2015
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Posted on September 04, 2015
Third Quarter:
The Cross and the Resu
Wednesday, 16th September 2015
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Posted on September 04, 2015
Third Quarter:
Paul and the Law
Tuesday, 15th September 2015
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Posted on September 04, 2015
Third Quarter:
Soldiers and Athletes
Monday, 14th September 2015
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Posted on September 04, 2015
Third Quarter:
Greeks and Jews
Sunday, 13th September 2015
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Posted on September 04, 2015
Third Quarter:
Paul: Mission and Mess
Saturday, 12th September 2015
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Posted on September 04, 2015
Third Quarter:
Further Study:
Friday, 11th September 2015
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Posted on September 04, 2015
Third Quarter:
Inside Story ~ ~ Gami
Friday, 11th September 2015
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Posted on September 04, 2015
Third Quarter:
Mission and Multicultu
Thursday, 10th September 2015
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Posted on September 04, 2015
Third Quarter:
Paul in the Mission Fi
Wednesday, 09th September 2015
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Posted on September 04, 2015
Third Quarter:
From Saul to Paul
Tuesday, 08th September 2015
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Posted on September 04, 2015
Third Quarter:
Paul, the Man
Monday, 07th September 2015
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Posted on September 04, 2015
Third Quarter:
Saul of Tarsus
Sunday, 06th September 2015
Saul was born in Tarsus, an important town on the trade route between Syria and western Asia (Acts 22:3). Tarsus was a multicultural center of industry and learning and home for a short time to Rome’s most famous orator and senator, Cicero.
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Posted on September 04, 2015
Third Quarter:
Paul: Background and C
Saturday, 05th September 2015
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Posted on September 04, 2015
First Quarter:
The Triumphal Entry
Sunday, 14th June 2015
He was born in Bethlehem. He grew up in Nazareth. He taught, preached, and healed throughout Galilee, Samaria, Judea, and Perea. But one city held His constant focus: Jerusalem. Jesus steadfastly set His face to go to the city (Luke 9:51, NKJV). His entry
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Posted on June 12, 2015
First Quarter:
Jesus in Jerusalem
Saturday, 13th June 2015
Sabbath Afternoon Read for This Week's Study: Luke 19:28-40, Zech. 9:9, Luke 19:45-48, Matt. 21:12-17, Luke 20:9-26. Memory Text: Now as He drew near, He saw the city and wept over it (Luke 19:41, NKJV).
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Posted on June 12, 2015
Second Quarter:
Discussion Questions:
Friday, 01st May 2015
Further Study: "God could not for a moment stay His hand, or man would faint and die. And man also has a work to perform on this [the Sabbath] day. The necessities of life must be attended to, the sick must be cared for, the wants of the needy must be su
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Posted on April 08, 2015
Second Quarter:
The Sabbath: The Sick
Thursday, 30th April 2015
The Sabbath: The Sick Versus the Ox and the Donkey Of the three synoptic Gospels, only Luke records these two Sabbath healings of Jesus (Luke 13:10-16,14:1-5). The first caused the ruler of the synagogue to be indignant with Jesus; the second put the P
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Posted on April 08, 2015
Second Quarter:
The Lord of the Sabbat
Wednesday, 29th April 2015
The Lord of the Sabbath Luke 6:1-11 provides two accounts of Jesus dealing with the Pharisees over the Sabbath. Read the first story in Luke 6:1-5. How did Jesus face the accusation that He and His disciples did not care for the Law and the Sabbath?
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Posted on April 08, 2015
Second Quarter:
Sabbath Healings at Ca
Tuesday, 28th April 2015
Sabbath Healings at Capernaum Rejection at Nazareth sent Jesus back to Capernaum, where He had already ministered before (Matt. 4:13). This important city became the base for Jesus' Galilean ministry. In this city was a synagogue, possibly built by a
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Posted on April 08, 2015
Second Quarter:
Sabbath: Its Message a
Monday, 27th April 2015
Sabbath: Its Message and Meaning When He had opened the book (Luke 4:17, NKJV). The Sabbath was not only for going to church in order to worship but also to hear God's Word. A life without His Word is not far from the trap of sin: "Your word I have hid
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Posted on April 08, 2015
Second Quarter:
"As His Custom Was" (L
Sunday, 26th April 2015
"As His Custom Was" (Luke 4:16-30; see also Isa. 61:1-2) "As His custom was, He went into the synagogue on the Sabbath day" (Luke 4:16, NKJV). This is a good Adventist text. Most of us use it in evangelistic meetings or in Bible studies in order to
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Posted on April 08, 2015
Second Quarter:
Christ as the Lord of
Saturday, 25th April 2015
Christ as the Lord of the Sabbath Sabbath Afternoon Read for This Week's Study: Mark 1:21,6:2; Luke 4:17-19,31-37; 2 Cor. 5:17; Luke 6:1-11; 13:10-16. Memory Text: "The Sabbath was made for man, and not man for the Sabbath. Therefore the Son of
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Posted on April 08, 2015
Second Quarter:
Discussion Questions:
Friday, 24th April 2015
Further Study: "Lifting the cross cuts away self from the soul, and places man where he learns how to bear Christ's burdens. We cannot follow Christ without wearing His yoke, without lifting the cross and bearing it after Him. If our will is not in acco
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Posted on April 08, 2015
Second Quarter:
The Cost of Disciplesh
Thursday, 23rd April 2015
The Cost of Discipleship Socrates had Plato. Gamaliel had Saul. Leaders of various religions had their devout followers. The difference between discipleship in such cases and the discipleship of Jesus is that the former is based on the content of human
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Posted on April 08, 2015
Second Quarter:
Sending the Seventy
Wednesday, 22nd April 2015
Sending the Seventy Read Luke 10:1-24. What does this account, of the sending out of the 70, teach us about the work of soul winning amid the reality of the great controversy?
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Posted on April 08, 2015
Second Quarter:
Commissioning of the A
Tuesday, 21st April 2015
Commissioning of the Apostles Read Luke 9:1-6 and Matthew 10:5-15. What spiritual truths can we learn from the verses about how Jesus called these men?
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Posted on April 08, 2015
Second Quarter:
Selection of the Twelv
Monday, 20th April 2015
Selection of the Twelve Discipleship is not self-made. It is a result of responding to the call of Jesus. Luke mentions that Jesus has already called Peter, Andrew, John, and James (Luke 5:11, Matthew 4:18-22) and Levi Matthew, the tax collector (Luke
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Posted on April 08, 2015
Second Quarter:
Fishers of Men
Sunday, 19th April 2015
Fishers of Men Simon and Andrew had toiled all night. Seasoned fishermen, they knew the art of fishing, and they knew when to quit. Nightlong work yielded nothing. In the midst of their disappointment came an unsolicited command: "Launch out into the
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Posted on April 08, 2015
Second Quarter:
The Call to Disciplesh
Saturday, 18th April 2015
The Call to Discipleship Sabbath Afternoon Read for This Week's Study: Luke 5:1-11,6:12-16,9:1-6, Matt. 10:5-15, Luke 10:1-24, Luke 9:23-25, Matt. 16:24-28. Memory Text: "Then He said to them all, "If anyone desires to come after Me, let him d
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Posted on April 08, 2015
Second Quarter:
Discussion Questions:
Friday, 17th April 2015
Further Study: "Avoid every question in relation to the humanity of Christ which is liable to be misunderstood. Truth lies close to the track of presumption. In treating upon the humanity of Christ, you need to guard strenuously every assertion, lest you
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Posted on April 08, 2015
Second Quarter:
The Transfiguration
Thursday, 16th April 2015
The Transfiguration Read all three Gospel accounts of the Transfiguration (Luke 9:27-36, Matt. 17:1-9, Mark 9:2-8). (Read also Peter's firsthand account of the incident, and note the truth the apostle establishes from his eyewitness experience; see 2
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Posted on April 08, 2015
Second Quarter:
"The Christ of God"
Wednesday, 15th April 2015
"The Christ of God" Read Luke 9:18-27. Why would Jesus have asked the disciples a question whose answer He already knew? What lesson was He seeking to teach them not only about Himself but about what it means to follow Him?
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Posted on April 08, 2015
Second Quarter:
Son of Man
Tuesday, 14th April 2015
Son of Man Although Jesus was fully conscious that He was both the Son of Man and the Son of God (Luke 22:67-70), "Son of Man" was our Savior's favorite way of self-designation. The only other instances that the title appears are in Daniel 7:13, in
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Posted on April 08, 2015
Second Quarter:
Son of God
Monday, 13th April 2015
Son of God "Son of Man" and "Son of God" are two names used in the Gospels to describe who Jesus is. The first indicates God incarnate; the second points to His divinity as the second Person of the Godhead. Together, the two phrases invite us to po
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Posted on April 08, 2015
Second Quarter:
Reactions to Jesus
Sunday, 12th April 2015
Reactions to Jesus Read the Gospels; read the New Testament. All through these books incredible claims are made about not only what Jesus did but, even more important, about who Jesus was. (Of course, what Jesus did powerfully attested to who He was.)
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Posted on April 08, 2015
Second Quarter:
Who Is Jesus Christ?
Saturday, 11th April 2015
Who Is Jesus Christ? Sabbath Afternoon Read for This Week's Study: Luke 4:16-30,6:5, Eph. 1:3-5, Luke 9:18-27,2 Pet. 1:16-18. Memory Text: "He said to them, "But who do you say that I am?" Peter answered and said, "The Christ of God"" (Luk
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Posted on April 08, 2015
Second Quarter:
Discussion Questions:
Friday, 10th April 2015
Further Study: "If Joseph and Mary had stayed their minds upon God by meditation and prayer, they would have realized the sacredness of their trust, and would not have lost sight of Jesus. By one day's neglect they lost the Saviour; but it cost them thr
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Posted on April 06, 2015
Second Quarter:
Christ the Victor
Thursday, 09th April 2015
Christ the Victor Luke and Matthew reverse the order of the second and third temptations. The reason is not clear, but that need not detain us. The crucial point is the ultimate victory of Jesus over Satan, proclaimed by both Gospels. The significant f
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Posted on April 06, 2015
Second Quarter:
Worship Me
Wednesday, 08th April 2015
Read Luke 4:5-8. Why would Satan want Jesus to worship him? What crucial issue was at stake here?
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Posted on April 06, 2015
Second Quarter:
Not by Bread Alone
Tuesday, 07th April 2015
Jesus, being filled with the Holy Spirit, . . . was led by the Spirit into the wilderness, being tempted for forty days by the devil(Luke 4:1-2, NKJV). Born for a God-ordained mission, commissioned to the task at His baptism, equipped with the power of th
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Posted on April 06, 2015
Second Quarter:
You Are My Beloved Son
Monday, 06th April 2015
In Luke 2:41-50, we read the famous story of Joseph and Mary losing sight of Jesus in Jerusalem. What's especially fascinating is Jesus' response to Mary when she rebukes Him (Luke 2:48). Jesus' answer is an affirmation of His divine self-consciousness
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Posted on April 06, 2015
Second Quarter:
Prepare the Way of the
Sunday, 05th April 2015
In Luke 3:1-38, John appears in his unique and crucial role in salvation history. Whatever else one could say about John's preaching, he was not sugarcoating his words in order to please the crowd. Read Luke 3:1-14. His words are filled with important
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Posted on April 06, 2015
Second Quarter:
Baptism and the Tempta
Saturday, 04th April 2015
Sabbath Afternoon Read for This Week's Study: Luke 3:1-14; Rom. 6:1-6; Luke 3:21-22; Luke 4:5-8; Isa. 14:13-14; Luke 4:9-13. Memory Text: And the Holy Spirit descended in bodily form like a dove upon Him, and a voice came from heaven which said, You
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Posted on April 06, 2015
First Quarter:
Discussion Questions:
Friday, 06th March 2015
Further Study: The agency of the Spirit of God does not remove from us the necessity of exercising our faculties and talents, but teaches us how to use every power to the glory of God. The human faculties, when under the special direction of the grace of
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Posted on February 28, 2015
First Quarter:
The Enemy as Friend
Thursday, 05th March 2015
The Enemy as Friend Read Proverbs 26:17–23. On the lines below, summarize what is being said. Proverbs, again, gets into the power of words, this time dealing with the harm caused by slander and quarreling. Those who slander your enemy before your
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Posted on February 28, 2015
First Quarter:
The Friend as Enemy
Wednesday, 04th March 2015
The Friend as Enemy If we are more disappointed by our friends than by our enemies, it is because we expect good from our friends and evil from our enemies. It doesn’t always work out that way, though, does it? That’s why Proverbs warns us that som
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Posted on February 28, 2015
First Quarter:
The Sluggard
Tuesday, 03rd March 2015
The Sluggard The sluggard buries his hand in the dish; he is too lazy to bring it back to his mouth (Prov. 26:15, NIV). Just as students who spend more time and energy preparing to cheat on an exam than studying for it, it is ironic that lazy people
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Posted on February 28, 2015
First Quarter:
The Fool as Wise
Monday, 02nd March 2015
The Fool as Wise Though not a recent fabrication, (especially in the Western world) the idea has taken hold in recent years that argues for the relative nature of truth. That is, what is true for one person, or one culture, might not be true for anothe
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Posted on February 28, 2015
First Quarter:
The Mystery of God
Sunday, 01st March 2015
The Mystery of God Life is full of mysteries. Physicist David Deutsch wrote that everyday events are stupendously complex when expressed in terms of fundamental physics. If you fill a kettle with water and switch it on, all the supercomputers on Earth
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Posted on February 28, 2015
First Quarter:
Behind the Mask
Saturday, 28th February 2015
Sabbath Afternoon Read for This Week’s Study: Prov. 25:2-3; Prov. 26:11-12; 1 Cor. 1:20-21; Prov. 26:13–16; Prov. 27:5-6. Memory Text:Do not exalt yourself in the presence of the king, and do not stand in the place of the great (Proverbs 25:6, N
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Posted on February 28, 2015
First Quarter:
Discussion Questions:
Friday, 13th February 2015
Further Study: The spirit of gossip and talebearing is one of Satan’s special agencies to sow discord and strife, to separate friends, and to undermine the faith of many in the truthfulness of our positions. Brethren and sisters are too ready to talk of
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Posted on January 24, 2015
First Quarter:
Be Truthful
Thursday, 12th February 2015
A king needed to appoint a new minister for the highest office of his kingdom. For this purpose, he organized a special contest on lying: who could utter the biggest lie. All his ministers applied, and each one came and spoke their biggest lie. But the ki
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Posted on January 24, 2015
First Quarter:
Two Sides to a Story
Wednesday, 11th February 2015
Read Proverbs 18:2. Why don’t fools need time to form their opinions? Fools are so sure of themselves and so eager to express their own opinions that they are not interested in learning from others. Their closed minds go along with their open mouths.
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Posted on January 24, 2015
First Quarter:
Words, Again
Tuesday, 10th February 2015
Read Proverbs 18:1-24. Though different themes are presented here, focus on what it has to say about our words. What important concepts are presented here regarding what we do or do not say? We are again confronted with the reality and power of words;
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Posted on January 24, 2015
First Quarter:
Be Just!
Monday, 09th February 2015
True love is not blind. That we cover someone’s mistake through love does not mean that we do not see the sin and do not recognize it as such. Love and justice go together. The Hebrew word for justice, tsedeq, also means love, charity. We cannot have re
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Posted on January 24, 2015
First Quarter:
Sin and Friends
Sunday, 08th February 2015
Read Proverbs 17:9, 19:11. What crucial point is being made in these texts? How should we deal with others who fall? When someone messes up, it’s so tempting to spread the story, to tell others. Have you heard about what so-and-so did? Though we migh
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Posted on January 24, 2015
First Quarter:
Dealing With Fights
Saturday, 07th February 2015
SABBATH AFTERNOON Read for This Week’s Study: Proverbs 17:1-28, Cor. 13:5–7, John 8:1–11, Proverbs 18:1-24, Proverbs 19:1-29, Deut. 24:10–22. Memory Text: Better is a dry morsel with quietness, than a house full of feasting with strife (Prov
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Posted on January 24, 2015
First Quarter:
Discussions Questions:
Friday, 06th February 2015
Further Study: From the beginning Satan has portrayed to men the gains to be won by transgression. Thus he seduced angels. Thus he tempted Adam and Eve to sin. And thus he is still leading multitudes away from obedience to God. The path of transgression i
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Posted on January 24, 2015
First Quarter:
The Sovereignty of God
Thursday, 05th February 2015
We all dream and make plans, and yet things turn out differently, sometimes for the better, sometimes for the worse. The Bible acknowledges the value of human responsibility and freedom. Yet the Bible also affirms God’s control over the course of events
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Posted on January 24, 2015
First Quarter:
The Joy of the Lord
Wednesday, 04th February 2015
Read Proverbs 15:1-33. Why is joy such an important human asset? Scripture does not promise us a life without trials. As Jesus Himself said: Sufficient for the day is its own trouble (Matt. 6:34, NKJV). Proverbs 15:15 explains that amid evil days, the
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Posted on January 24, 2015
First Quarter:
The Eyes of the LORD
Tuesday, 03rd February 2015
The eyes of the LORD are in every place, keeping watch on the evil and the good (Prov. 15:3, NKJV). How does this text make you feel, and why? In the next two chapters in Proverbs the tone changes. These chapters are more theological than the preceding
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Posted on January 24, 2015
First Quarter:
The Fear of the Wise
Monday, 02nd February 2015
Read Proverbs 14:1-35 again. What does it say about the wise? The wise speak humbly (Prov. 14:3). The wise restrain the use of their lips. Their silent reflection is motivated by a lack of arrogant self-assurance. The wise give consideration to the oth
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Posted on January 24, 2015
First Quarter:
The Assurance of the F
Sunday, 01st February 2015
Read Proverbs 14:1-35. What does it say about the fool? The fool speaks proudly (Prov. 14:3). The first depiction of the fool deals with his proud speech. The image of the rod associated with the fool’s lips implies his eventual punishment. His proud
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Posted on January 24, 2015
First Quarter:
What You Get Is Not Wh
Saturday, 31st January 2015
Sabbath Afternoon Read for This Week’s Study: Proverbs 14:1-35; Dan. 7:25; Mark 12:30-31; Prov. 15:3; Isa. 5:20; Proverbs 15:1-33; Matt. 20:26–28. Memory Text: There is a way that seems right to a man, but its end is the way of death (Proverbs 1
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Posted on January 24, 2015
First Quarter:
Discussion Questions:
Friday, 30th January 2015
Further Study: It is not enough to make a profession of faith in Christ and have our names registered on the church roll. . . . Whatever our profession, it amounts to nothing unless Christ is revealed in works of righteousness. — Ellen G. White, Christ
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Posted on January 24, 2015
First Quarter:
The Reward of the Righ
Thursday, 29th January 2015
As we have seen in Proverbs, so much of the instruction and teaching given has been presented by contrasting two types of people. The wise person does this, the fool does that. The godly man does that, the wicked man does this. Of course, in reality, t
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Posted on January 24, 2015
First Quarter:
The Truth of the Right
Wednesday, 28th January 2015
Read Proverbs 12:1-28 and focus on the theme of words, especially in the context of telling truth or telling lies. What message do we find here about honesty and lying? Philosopher Sissela Bok has convincingly demonstrated how lying can be harmful for
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Posted on January 24, 2015
First Quarter:
The Hope of the Righte
Tuesday, 27th January 2015
The integrity of the upright shall guide them: but the perverseness of transgressors shall destroy them (Prov. 11:3). What evidence do we have of the truth of this verse? What examples have you seen or heard about in which this spiritual truth has been re
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Posted on January 24, 2015
First Quarter:
The Mouth of the Right
Monday, 26th January 2015
The mouth (with its components, the lips and the tongue) is the most important organ in the book of Proverbs. In the New King James Version of the book, the word mouth is used 50 times, lips occurs 41 times, and tongue 19. The use of this organ in speech
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Posted on January 24, 2015
First Quarter:
Righteousness Is Holis
Sunday, 25th January 2015
Read Proverbs 10:1–7. What various principles about life and faith are revealed here? There is a story about a man in a boat who began to drill a hole under his feet where he sat. When people in the boat demanded that he stop, he responded: This is n
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Posted on January 24, 2015
First Quarter:
The Blessings of the R
Saturday, 24th January 2015
Sabbath Afternoon Read for This Week’s Study: Proverbs 10:1–14, Matt. 19:19, Proverbs 11:1-12:28, John 3:16, Proverbs 13:1-35. Memory Text: Blessings are on the head of the righteous, but violence covers the mouth of the wicked (Proverbs 10:6, N
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Posted on January 24, 2015
First Quarter:
Discussion Questions:
Friday, 23rd January 2015
Further Study: The Sovereign of the universe was not alone in His work of beneficence. He had an associate — a co-worker who could appreciate His purposes, and could share His joy in giving happiness to created beings. In the beginning was the Word, and
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Posted on January 15, 2015
First Quarter:
Either/Or
Thursday, 22nd January 2015
Following wisdom’s appeal, the inspired author of Proverbs 9 urges his audience to make a choice now between two lifestyles: wisdom or folly. The first and last six verses (Prov. 9:1–6, 13–18) are symmetrical and bring out the contrast between the o
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Posted on January 15, 2015
First Quarter:
Wisdom’s Appeal
Wednesday, 21st January 2015
The last few verses of this proverb return to the personal — to the practical application of what it means to have wisdom. By contrast, the intellectual knowledge about wisdom’s preexistence, about wisdom’s presence at Creation, is certainly deep. B
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Posted on January 15, 2015
First Quarter:
Rejoicing in Creation
Tuesday, 20th January 2015
In Genesis 1 we see that each step of the Creation concludes with the same refrain: God saw that it was good (see Gen. 1:4, 10, 12, 18, 21, 25, 31). The last step (Genesis 1:31) goes even further: It was very good. The Hebrew word for good contains the id
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Posted on January 15, 2015
First Quarter:
Wisdom and Creation
Monday, 19th January 2015
Read Proverbs 8:22–31. How is wisdom related to Creation? In these texts wisdom is mysteriously related to the Lord as the Creator. This poem shares many common words with the Creation account in Genesis 1 and 2, and even reflects its literary struct
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Posted on January 15, 2015
First Quarter:
Wisdom Cries Out
Sunday, 18th January 2015
Read Proverbs 8:1–21 (NKJV). According to these verses, what is the value of wisdom? Wisdom is so important that it must reach everyone. God created all human life, and Christ died for each one of us. So wisdom, the knowledge of God and the salvation
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Posted on January 15, 2015
First Quarter:
Divine Wisdom
Saturday, 17th January 2015
Sabbath Afternoon Read for This Week’s Study: Prov. 8:1–21, Matt. 16:26, Prov. 8:22–31, Gen. 1:31, Prov. 8:32–36, Prov. 9:1–18. Memory Text: The LORD possessed me at the beginning of His way, before His works of old (Proverbs 8:22, NKJV).
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Posted on January 15, 2015
First Quarter:
Discussion Questions..
Friday, 16th January 2015
Further Study: Satan offers to men the kingdoms of the world if they will yield to him the supremacy. Many do this and sacrifice heaven. It is better to die than to sin; better to want than to defraud; better to hunger than to lie. — Ellen G. White, Tes
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Posted on January 06, 2015
First Quarter:
The Threat of Death
Thursday, 15th January 2015
Most people don’t think of death when they sin; they have other things on their minds, usually the immediate gratification and pleasure that they derive from their sin. It doesn’t help, either, that popular culture often extols adultery and other iniq
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Posted on January 06, 2015
First Quarter:
You Shall Not Steal
Wednesday, 14th January 2015
Right after his warning about adultery (Prov. 6:24–29), the author starts talking about another sin: stealing (Proverbs 6:30-31). The relationship between the two commandments (stealing and adultery) shows how disobedience to one commandment can affect
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Posted on January 06, 2015
First Quarter:
Fighting Temptation
Tuesday, 13th January 2015
As we have just seen, the author of Proverbs 6:23, under the inspiration of the Holy Spirit, directly links light and life to God’s law. In the next verse he gives a solid example of how the law, as light and life, can offer us powerful spiritual protec
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Posted on January 06, 2015
First Quarter:
Light and Life
Monday, 12th January 2015
Read Proverbs 6:23. How is the law related to light? In the Bible, the word of God or His law has been compared to light: Your word is a lamp to my feet and a light to my path (Ps. 119:105, NKJV). In the Hebrew mind there is a connection between the id
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Posted on January 06, 2015
First Quarter:
The Law in Our Life
Sunday, 11th January 2015
Read Proverbs 6:21 and 7:3. How are we to understand the bodily images used in these texts regarding how we should relate to God’s law?
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Posted on January 06, 2015
First Quarter:
A Matter of Life and D
Saturday, 10th January 2015
Sabbath Afternoon Read for This Week’s Study: Matt. 5:21–30; Prov. 6:21; Prov. 7:3; Prov. 6:23; Prov. 7:2; Prov. 6:24; Prov. 6:30-31; Prov. 7:26-27. Memory Text: For the commandment is a lamp, and the law a light; reproofs of instruction are the
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Posted on January 06, 2015
First Quarter:
Friday: Further Study:
Friday, 09th January 2015
Further Study: Read Ellen G. White, Moral Standards, p. 326–339, in The Adventist Home;In Contact With Others, p. 489–491, in The Ministry of Healing; Other Object Lessons, p. 117–120, in Education.
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Posted on January 09, 2015
Fourth Quarter:
Submission to God
Tuesday, 06th January 2015
Submit yourselves therefore to God. Resist the devil, and he will flee from you (James 4:7, NRSV). Notice the order of the commands here. If we try to resist the devil in our own strength, what chance of success do we have? When seven Jewish exorcists tri
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Posted on November 01, 2014
Fourth Quarter:
Discussion Questions..
Monday, 05th January 2015
Further Study: There are many whose hearts are aching under a load of care because they seek to reach the world's standard. They have chosen its service, accepted its perplexities, adopted its customs. Thus their character is marred, and their life made
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Posted on November 01, 2014
Fourth Quarter:
Friendship With the Wo
Wednesday, 19th November 2014
Read James 4:2-4. Why does James call his readers adulterers and adulteresses? See Jer. 3:6-10, 20; Isa. 54:5; Jer. 2:2; Luke 16:13. Alluding to the biblical concept of Israel as God's bride, James likens believers' going along with worldly customs a
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Posted on November 01, 2014
Fourth Quarter:
Cause of Conflict and
Tuesday, 18th November 2014
Where do wars and fights come from among you? Do they not come from your desires for pleasure that war in your members? (James 4:1, NKJV; compare Gal. 5:17.) What basic conflict do both of these passages describe? The opening verses of James 4 describe
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Posted on November 01, 2014
Fourth Quarter:
Two Kinds of Wisdom
Monday, 17th November 2014
Read James 3:15-16. What is his description of worldly wisdom? What are the common ways we see this wisdom manifested in the world, or even in the church? The wisdom that we have naturally is earthly, even demonic or devilish, and devoid of the Spirit.
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Posted on November 01, 2014
Fourth Quarter:
The Meekness of Wisdom
Sunday, 16th November 2014
Who is wise and understanding among you? By his good conduct let him show his works in the meekness of wisdom (James 3:13, ESV). The meekness of wisdom? What might that mean? Some commentators think that the entire third chapter of James has to do with
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Posted on November 01, 2014
Fourth Quarter:
The Humility of Heaven
Saturday, 15th November 2014
Sabbath Afternoon Read for This Week's Study: James 3:13-4:10; Deut. 4:6; Gal. 5:17; Jer. 3:6-10, 20; Acts 19:13-16; Ps. 24:3-6. Memory Text: Humble yourselves in the presence of the Lord, and He will exalt you (James 4:10, NASB 1995). In many mid
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Posted on November 01, 2014
Fourth Quarter:
Further Study...
Friday, 14th November 2014
Further Study: Read about the power of speech in Talents, from the book Christ's Object Lessons, pp. 335-339, by Ellen G. White and share the points that impressed you with your Sabbath School class. "When in the company of those who indulge in fooli
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Posted on November 01, 2014
Fourth Quarter:
Blessing and Cursing
Thursday, 13th November 2014
Read James 3:9-12. What truth does James illustrate using the fountain, the fig tree, and the grapevine? The idea of both blessing and cursing coming out of the mouth of a Christian is disturbing, to say the least. What about watching profanity-laced t
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Posted on November 01, 2014
Fourth Quarter:
Damage Control
Wednesday, 12th November 2014
We've all experienced it. Something we said gets magnified, perhaps even exaggerated, to the point that we don't even recognize it anymore. As James says, See how great a forest a little fire kindles (3:5, NKJV). Read prayerfully and carefully James
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Posted on November 01, 2014
Fourth Quarter:
"Little" Things Are th
Tuesday, 11th November 2014
Read James 3:3-5. What do the two illustrations have in common, and how do they relate to the tongue? Both the bit in a horse's mouth and the rudder of a ship are very small compared to what they control. Yet, with a slight movement of the hand, the h
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Posted on November 01, 2014
Fourth Quarter:
Word Power
Monday, 10th November 2014
Word Power For we all stumble in many ways (James 3:2, ESV). What a refreshing admission, especially considering James's emphasis on behavior! Still, our acknowledgment of the real need not dim our belief in God's ideal for us as His representatives
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Posted on November 01, 2014
Fourth Quarter:
Accountability
Sunday, 09th November 2014
Read James 3:1. What important point is he making here about accountability? Teachers in the church and in Christian schools have an especially heavy responsibility because they shape minds and hearts in ways that will last for years. This effect inclu
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Posted on November 01, 2014
Fourth Quarter:
Taming the Tongue
Saturday, 08th November 2014
Sabbath Afternoon Read for This Week's Study: James 3:1-12; Deut. 6:6-7; Luke 9:51-56; Prov. 16:27; Matt. 7:16-18. Memory Text: For by your words you will be justified, and by your words you will be condemned (Matt. 12:37, NKJV). Words hold trem
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Posted on November 01, 2014
Fourth Quarter:
Further Study.
Friday, 07th November 2014
Further Study: "When self is put entirely away, then you can obtain a new and rich experience, you will discern your own imperfections as you lie low at the foot of the cross, and as you view the perfections of Christ, self will sink into insignificance.
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Posted on November 01, 2014
Fourth Quarter:
The Faith of Rahab
Thursday, 06th November 2014
The Faith of Rahab Likewise, was not Rahab the harlot also justified by works when she received the messengers and sent them out another way? (James 2:25, NKJV). Read Joshua 2:1-21. How do we understand this example, again in the context of salvation b
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Posted on November 01, 2014
Fourth Quarter:
Abraham's Faith
Wednesday, 05th November 2014
Read James 2:21-24 and compare it with Romans 4:1-5, 22-24. How is the faith of Abraham described in these texts, and on what is justification based? Interestingly, both James and Paul quote Genesis 15:6, but they seem to arrive at opposite conclusions
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Posted on November 01, 2014
Fourth Quarter:
The "Faith" of Demons
Tuesday, 04th November 2014
The "Faith" of Demons If works are absent, there is only one other way to prove the genuineness of one's faith: by orthodoxy. If I believe the right things, then I must have faith, right? Read 2 Corinthians 4:2; 1 Timothy 2:4; James 5:19-20; 1 Pe
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Posted on November 01, 2014
Fourth Quarter:
Saving Faith
Monday, 03rd November 2014
Read James 2:18. What is the main point James is making? How do we show our faith by our works? James uses a common rhetorical technique whereby a potential objector comes forward. In this case, the objector tries to drive a wedge between faith and wor
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Posted on November 01, 2014
Fourth Quarter:
Dead Faith
Sunday, 02nd November 2014
What does it profit, my brethren, if someone says he has faith but does not have works? Can faith save him? (James 2:14, NKJV). How do we understand this verse in the context of salvation by faith alone? Read James 2:15-17; compare Rom. 3:27-28; Eph. 2:8-
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Posted on November 01, 2014
Fourth Quarter:
Faith That Works
Saturday, 01st November 2014
Sabbath Afternoon Read for This Week's Study: James 2:14-26; Rom. 3:27-28; Titus 2:14; 2 Cor. 4:2; Rom. 4:1-5; Josh. 2:1-21. Memory Text: For as the body without the spirit is dead, so faith without works is dead also (James 2:26, NKJV). He was a
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Posted on November 01, 2014
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Further Study:
Friday, 31st October 2014
God has acknowledged you before men and angels as His child; pray that you may do no dishonor to the worthy name by which ye are called. James 2:7. God sends you into the world as His representative. In every act of life you are to make manifest the name
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Posted on October 18, 2014
Fourth Quarter:
Judged by the Law
Thursday, 30th October 2014
Read James 2:12-13. See also John 12:48; Rom. 2:12-13; 2 Cor. 5:10; Rev. 20:12-13. What do these verses teach about judgment? Nothing is clearer than the teaching that we will be judged by the law based on what we have done, whether for good or for evi
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Posted on October 18, 2014
Fourth Quarter:
The Whole Law
Wednesday, 29th October 2014
It is hard for us to grasp how radical Jesus' teaching on the law was. For devout Jews then (and for many today) one cannot really claim to keep the law without a commitment to keeping all the laws found in the books of Moses. Eventually, 613 separate la
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Posted on October 18, 2014
Fourth Quarter:
Loving Our Neighbors
Tuesday, 28th October 2014
Read James 2:8-9, along with Leviticus 19:17-18 and Matthew 5:43-45. What crucial message are we being given here? James calls God's law the royal law (James 2:8) because it is the law of the KING OF KINGS (Rev. 19:16). The law of His kingdom is given
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Posted on October 18, 2014
Fourth Quarter:
Class Struggle
Monday, 27th October 2014
As every literature evangelist knows, very often those who have the least are willing to sacrifice the most to buy Christian books. Well-to-do neighborhoods tend to be tough territory to sell books in, because the people who live there may be content with
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Posted on October 18, 2014
Fourth Quarter:
The Man in Gold
Sunday, 26th October 2014
Read James 2:1-4. It is, among other things, a study in contrasts. One person is rich, well dressed, and, apparently, important, while the other is poor, shabbily dressed and, apparently, a nobody. One receives the utmost courtesy, the other disdain. One
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Posted on October 18, 2014
Fourth Quarter:
Love and the Law
Saturday, 25th October 2014
Read for This Week's Study: James 2:1-13; Mark 2:16; Lev. 19:17-18; Rom. 13:8-10; John 12:48. Memory Text: For judgment will be merciless to one who has shown no mercy; mercy triumphs over judgment (James 2:13, NASB). We know the story well; the ques
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Posted on October 18, 2014
Fourth Quarter:
Discussion Questions.:
Friday, 24th October 2014
Further Study: Ellen G. White, The Test of Discipleship, pp. 59-63, in Steps to Christ. The law is God's great moral looking glass. Man is to compare his words, his spirit, his actions with the Word of God.-Ellen G. White Comments, The SDA Bible Comme
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Posted on October 18, 2014
Fourth Quarter:
Unlike the World
Thursday, 23rd October 2014
Unlike the World What does it mean to keep oneself unspotted from the world? (James 1:27, NKJV). How could that even be possible? See also 1 John 2:15-16; 2 Pet. 1:4. Some people seem to think that if only they could move far enough away from the wo
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Posted on October 18, 2014
Fourth Quarter:
Useful or Useless?
Wednesday, 22nd October 2014
Read James 1:26-27 and compare it to Matthew 25:35, 36, 40 and Romans 12:9-18. In light of these passages, how would you define true Christianity? If Jesus, James, and Paul emphasize anything, it is the importance of being a useful Christian. By loving
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Posted on October 18, 2014
Fourth Quarter:
The Law of Freedom
Tuesday, 21st October 2014
The Law of Freedom Read James 1:25. What does he say about the role of the law? James echoes the Psalms in calling God's law perfect (Ps. 19:7) and a way of freedom (Ps. 119:45). But notice that the law in James cannot save us and certainly cannot
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Posted on October 18, 2014
Fourth Quarter:
Being a Doer
Monday, 20th October 2014
Read James 1:22 again. The Greek says to be doers of the Word. How might the message have been different had James simply said, Do the word? James combines being and doing. He does not separate them, nor does he make one more important than the other.
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Posted on October 18, 2014
Fourth Quarter:
Knowing Your Enemy
Sunday, 19th October 2014
Someone once said this about his enemy: I see him every day-when I'm shaving. This is exactly what James wants us to recognize: our greatest enemy is ourselves. Salvation begins by seeing who we really are, not who we imagine ourselves to be. Read Jam
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Posted on October 18, 2014
Fourth Quarter:
Being and Doing
Saturday, 18th October 2014
Jean Francois Gravelet, better known as The Great Blondin, became famous for walking across Niagara Falls on a tightrope. In September of 1860, the Prince of Wales had witnessed Blondin's crossing of the falls with an assistant on his back. After the wal
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Posted on October 18, 2014
Fourth Quarter:
Discussion Questions :
Friday, 17th October 2014
Further Study: Read about sin and the power to change in Ellen G. White, Repentance, Steps to Christ, pp. 23-36 and summarize the key points. The plan of redemption contemplates our complete recovery from the power of Satan. Christ always separates the
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Posted on October 14, 2014
Fourth Quarter:
Saved by Receiving
Thursday, 16th October 2014
Read James 1:21. What role does the word have in what James is saying? This verse concludes all that has been said so far about faith and salvation. It is an appeal to put away all impurity and separate ourselves from wickedness. The command put away (
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Posted on October 14, 2014
Fourth Quarter:
Slow to Speak
Wednesday, 15th October 2014
Read James 1:19-20. What important point is he making there? God's Word is powerful. But so are human words. How often have we spoken words that later we wish we could take back? Unfortunately, just being aware of how hurtful wrong words can be, and h
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Posted on October 14, 2014
Fourth Quarter:
Tuesday: Every Good an
Tuesday, 14th October 2014
Do not err, my beloved brethren. Every good gift and every perfect gift is from above, and cometh down from the Father of lights, with whom is no variableness, neither shadow of turning (James 1:16-17).
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Posted on October 14, 2014
Fourth Quarter:
Monday: When Lust Conc
Monday, 13th October 2014
Read James 1:13-15 again. When does temptation become sin? Image © Jeff Preston from GoodSalt.com Image © Jeff Preston from GoodSalt.com Several Greek words are used in this passage to describe how sin begins, and all of them are connected with giv
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Posted on October 14, 2014
Fourth Quarter:
Sunday: Root of Tempta
Sunday, 12th October 2014
Read James 1:13-14. Why is it important that God does not tempt anyone? Where does temptation originate, and how can this knowledge be helpful in our own struggle with sin?
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Posted on October 14, 2014
Fourth Quarter:
Sabbath: Enduring Temp
Saturday, 11th October 2014
Memory Text: Blessed is the man that endureth temptation: for when he is tried, he shall receive the crown of life, which the Lord hath promised to them that love him (James 1:12).
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Posted on October 14, 2014
Fourth Quarter:
Further Study
Friday, 10th October 2014
Ellen G. White, "The Sermon on the Mount," pp. 298-314, in The Desire of Ages. God would have his servants become acquainted with their own hearts. In order to bring to them a true knowledge of their condition, he permits the fire of affliction to as
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Posted on September 29, 2014
Fourth Quarter:
The Rich and the Poor
Thursday, 09th October 2014
In this short letter, James shows great concern for poor people; some even consider it his major theme. But to modern ears, his diatribes against the rich and in favor of the poor seem extreme, even shocking. At the same time, however, James isn't saying
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Posted on September 29, 2014
Fourth Quarter:
The Flip Side of Faith
Wednesday, 08th October 2014
The word for doubt refers to one being inwardly divided; this helps us to understand its connection to double-mindedness. We see a clear example of this at Kadesh-Barnea. Israel faced a choice there: move forward in faith or rebel against the Lord. Amazin
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Posted on September 29, 2014
Fourth Quarter:
Asking in Faith
Tuesday, 07th October 2014
Read James 1:5-6. How is wisdom different from knowledge? What connection does James make between wisdom and faith?
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Posted on September 29, 2014
Fourth Quarter:
Perfection
Monday, 06th October 2014
Read James 1:2-4. Notice the progression: faith, testing, patience, perfection. James begins with faith because that is the foundation of all true Christian experience. He then says we need trials to test the genuineness of our faith. Last, James states t
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Posted on September 29, 2014
Fourth Quarter:
Faith Lasts
Sunday, 05th October 2014
No one likes suffering; we almost always avoid it if we can. The Greek word used in verse 3 for the testing of our faith is dokimion. It refers to the process of proving the genuineness of something. Peter likens this testing or trying of our faith to the
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Posted on September 29, 2014
Fourth Quarter:
The Perfecting of Our
Saturday, 04th October 2014
Memory Text: Let us fix our eyes on Jesus, the author and perfecter of our faith, who for the joy set before him endured the cross, scorning its shame, and sat down at the right hand of the throne of God (Hebrews 12:2, NIV 1984).
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Posted on September 29, 2014
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Discussion Questions:
Friday, 03rd October 2014
Further Study: "His brothers often brought forward the philosophy of the Pharisees, which was threadbare and hoary with age, and presumed to think that they could teach Him who understood all truth, and comprehended all mysteries. They freely condemned t
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Posted on September 23, 2014
Fourth Quarter:
James and Jesus
Thursday, 02nd October 2014
James had the opportunity to observe Jesus when Jesus was a child, a youth, and an adult. Then, at some point James not only believed in Jesus as the Messiah but became a leader of the Christians in Jerusalem. And yet, James calls himself not a brother bu
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Posted on September 23, 2014
Fourth Quarter:
To the Twelve Tribes S
Wednesday, 01st October 2014
As we have seen, James wrote to believers. At first, the gospel work was focused in Jerusalem (Luke 24:47); but, as a result of persecution, which intensified after the stoning of Stephen, these believers were scattered, and the seed of the gospel was pla
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Posted on September 23, 2014
Fourth Quarter:
James and the Gospel
Tuesday, 30th September 2014
Unfortunately, perhaps because of Luther's influence, many Christians have been unable to see the important message James's epistle contains. Without diminishing the contribution Luther made for the church of his day, we must remember that "the Reforma
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Posted on September 23, 2014
Fourth Quarter:
James, the Believer
Monday, 29th September 2014
Jesus appeared to many after His resurrection, including Peter and "the Twelve" (minus Judas Iscariot). Then he appeared to over five hundred people at one time. James, apparently, wasn't at this meeting with the five hundred; Jesus appeared to him sep
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Posted on September 23, 2014
Fourth Quarter:
James, the Brother of
Sunday, 28th September 2014
The author of this letter must have been well known in the church because there is no more specific information in this letter as to who he is other than what we find in James 1:1: "James, a servant of God and of the Lord Jesus Christ, to the twelve trib
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Posted on September 23, 2014
Fourth Quarter:
James, the Lord's Brot
Saturday, 27th September 2014
Sabbath Afternoon Read for This Week's Study: John 7:2-5; 1 Cor. 15:5-7; James 1:3, 2:5; 1 Pet. 2:9-10; Matt. 7:24-27. Memory Text
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Posted on September 23, 2014
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Friday, 26th September 2014
Soon there appears in the east a small black cloud, about half the size of a man’s hand. It is the cloud which surrounds the Saviour
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Posted on September 21, 2014
Third Quarter:
Watch and Be Ready
Thursday, 25th September 2014
The keynote of Jesus’ prophetic sermon is the imperative to watch, to be on alert. It doesn’t mean to wait idly but to be actively
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Posted on September 21, 2014
Third Quarter:
When Will Jesus Come?
Wednesday, 24th September 2014
When Jesus said regarding the temple that "not one stone shall be left here upon another, that shall not be thrown down" (Matt. 24:2,
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Posted on September 21, 2014
Third Quarter:
How Will Jesus Come?
Tuesday, 23rd September 2014
In His prophetic sermon, Christ expressed concern about wrong teachings in regard to His second advent, and He warned His disciples aga
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Posted on September 20, 2014
Third Quarter:
The Purpose of Jesus
Monday, 22nd September 2014
The great plan of Redemption will find its culmination in the Second Coming. Without Christ’s return to this earth, His incarnation,
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Posted on September 20, 2014
Third Quarter:
Sunday: The Promise
Sunday, 21st September 2014
After the Last Supper, Jesus told the disciples that He would go to a place where, at least for now, they could not go (John 13:33).The
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Posted on September 20, 2014
Third Quarter:
Sabbath: The Second Co
Saturday, 20th September 2014
The Second Coming of Jesus, mentioned more than three hundred times in the New Testament, is the capstone of our teachings. It is essen
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Posted on September 20, 2014
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