See more posts by Sabbath School Lesson Read 1 Peter 2:18-23 .
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See more posts by Sabbath School Lesson Though written long ago, the Bible nevertheless touches on issues very relevant today, such as the relationship between Christians and their government. In some cases, it’s pretty obvious. Revelation chapter 13 talks about a time when obeying the political powers would mean disobeying God
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See more posts by Corinne Knopper Here are some hymn suggestions for this week’s lesson. In Sabbath afternoon’s introduction to the lesson study for the week, the Gentiles of all nations are grafted into God’s covenant people. Hymn 202; “Tell it to every kindred and nation”. Our responsibility for “proclaiming the great truth of the salvation offered in the Lord” is expressed in Hymn 378 “Go Preach My Gospel”
Read more at the source: Singing with Inspiration – Lesson 3
See more posts by Sabbath School Lesson “The church is very precious in God’s sight. He values it, not for its external advantages, but for the sincere piety which distinguishes it from the world. He estimates it according to the growth of the members in the knowledge of Christ, according to their progress in spiritual experience. Image © Stan Myers from GoodSalt.com “Christ hungers to receive from His vineyard the fruit of holiness and unselfishness. He looks for the principles of love and goodness
Read more at the source: Friday: Further Thought – A Royal Priesthood