See more posts by Sabbath School Lesson Heather Ueeck grew up in Delta Junction, a small town at the end of the Alaska Highway.
See more posts by Sabbath School Lesson 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. Image © Pacific Press from GoodSalt.com Of course, in reality, there’s often a bit of wisdom and foolishness in all of us. With the exception of Jesus, we all are sinners, we all fall short of the glory of God ( Rom
See more posts by Hope Sabbath School You can view a discussion of the current lesson in the Hope Sabbath School class led by Pastor Derek Morris.
See more posts by Sabbath School Lesson 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? Image © Darrel Tank from GoodSalt.com Philosopher Sissela Bok has convincingly demonstrated how lying can be harmful for society. She writes: A society, then, whose members were unable to distinguish truthful messages from deceptive ones, would collapse. — Lying: Moral Choice in Public and Private Life (New York: Pantheon Books, 1978), p.
See more posts by Michael Fracker Key Thought : God created humans with free choice so that we can love Him and one another. He shows the principles of cause and effect so that we can make choices that benefit us and others. [Lesson Plan for The Blessing of the Righteous January 26, 2015] 1. Have a volunteer read Proverbs 10:1-7