Further Thought: Read Ellen G. White, “Unity and Love in the Church”, pp. 477, 478 ; “Love for the Erring”, pp
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In 1 Samuel God wanted to be the king of Israel, but Israel wanted to be like the other nations and have their own king. Instead of being a peculiar people they wanted to blend in with the world as much as possible.
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“Especially as Seventh-day Adventists, we rest on the principle of sola Scriptura.” These are words from the introduction to this week’s lesson. Have you ever felt a surge of pride ripple through your thinking as you contemplate the joy of relying on the Bible, and only the Bible, for spiritual doctrines? Have you also noticed an apparent reluctance of churches that are not based on reformation principles to celebrate the Protestant Reformation? Perhaps this lesson, along with others for three months of lessons, can help us shout the joy of the reformation that leads us to the Bible and the Bible only. Weak in faith
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As I am writing this, it is Christmas Day. I do pray that the Lord has blessed you with a safe Christmas and that you will go on to have a Happy New Year in 2018. This weeks’ lesson instructs us in our Christian Living in Romans chapters 14 – 16: Hymn 617, “We are living, we are dwelling, in a grand and awful time.” Sabbath afternoon’s lesson encourages us to have “the Bible alone as the standard of faith Hymn 272, “Give Me the Bible” . Sunday – To help those who are “Weak in Faith”, one may choose to sing Hymn 517, “My Faith Looks Up to Thee” .
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