HopeSS: The Coming of Jesus (Apr 4, ’15)

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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.

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Monday: Call His Name John

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See more posts by Sabbath School Lesson For nearly four hundred years after Malachi, divine silence marked the history of Israel. With the birth announcements of John the Baptist and Jesus the divine silence was about to be broken. Image © Kim Justinen from GoodSalt.com The birth stories of John and Jesus have parallels. Both are miracles: in the case of John, Elizabeth had gone well past the child-bearing age; in the case of Jesus, a virgin was to bear the child. The angel Gabriel announced both birth promises

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Sunday: An Orderly Account

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See more posts by Sabbath School Lesson Luke 1:1-3 , Acts 1:1-3 Acts 1:1 tells us that before Acts was written, its author wrote a former account. This, and the fact that both accounts were addressed to Theophilus, helps lead us to conclude that one author was responsible for both books.

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The Book of Luke: Introduction

See more posts by Sabbath School Lesson by: John M. Fowler And he arose, and came to his father. But when he was yet a great way off, his father saw him, and had compassion and ran, and fell on his neck, and kissed him” ( Luke 15:20 ). We know that verse.

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