The titles of the thirteen Sabbaths of study this quarter give us two hymns to use as the themes:
Hymn 593 – In Times Like These and
Hymn 177 – Jesus, Your Blood and Righteousness.
Hebrews 8:1 tells of our High Priest in Heaven as does
Hymn 555 – Shepherd of Tender Youth (verse 3).
Jesus is our King, Mediator, Champion and our High Priest. This is found in numerous hymns, but we will start with just a few hymns:
Hymn 4 – Praise My Soul the King of Heaven,
Hymn 15 – My Maker and My King,
Hymn 83 – O Worship the King,
Hymn 197 – The King of Love My Shepherd Is,
Hymn 243 – King of Glory, King of Peace, and we ask
Hymn 619 – Lead On, O King Eternal.
Thursday we find Jesus is making with us His covenant as is found in verse 4 of
Hymn 347 – Built on the Rock. A promise is made in
Hymn 522 – My Hope Is Built on Nothing Less where Jesus gives His oath, His covenant and His blood to support me.
We are reminded on Friday that “Paul encourages us to follow the example of a great list of characters, which culminates with Jesus Himself:
Hymn 166 – Christ the Lord is Risen Today with verse 3 stating the battle is done!
We are bound for The Promised Land! Hallelujah!! –
Hymn 620 – On Jordan’s Stormy Banks. Come, Lord Jesus, come – very soon.
To learn unknown hymns, you will find the accompaniment music for each one at: https://sdahymnals.com/Hymnal/
Another great resource is for when there is a hymn you wish to sing, but can’t find it in your hymnal. Go to https://www.sdahymnal.org and in the search bar type a special word in that is in the hymn. I am sure you will be amazed at the help you will be given.
2 Timothy 2:15 KJV – “Study to shew thyself approved unto God, a workman that needeth not to be ashamed, rightly dividing the word of truth.”
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