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  • Friday: Further Thought – Jesus’ Teachings and the Great Controversy 11/02/2016
    See more posts by Sabbath School Lesson Author Leon Wieseltier wrote about what he said was “one of the saddest stories in the world.” He told of an Englishman, named “S.B.,” who had been blind from birth. However, the good news was that, at 52 years old, S.B. had a corneal transplant that gave him […]
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  • Thursday: “I Am With You Alway” 10/02/2016
    See more posts by Sabbath School Lesson Matthew ends his Gospel account with some of the most reassuring words Jesus spoke: “I am with you alway, even unto the end of the world” (Matt. 28:20). What should that mean to us, in practical terms, in our own lives, in our own struggles, failures, and disappointments, […]
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  • Wednesday: Do Not Judge 09/02/2016
    See more posts by Sabbath School Lesson Jesus delivered the Sermon on the Mount in the early days of His ministry. It was revolutionary. For starters, He told ordinary people that they were valued and blessed in the eyes of God (Matt. 5:3-12) and that they were salt (Matt. 5:13) and light (Matt. 5:14-16)-two highly […]
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  • Tuesday: Building on Rock 08/02/2016
    See more posts by Sabbath School Lesson The issue of where we stand in the cosmic struggle that unfolds around us is made very personal in the parable of the man building a house on the rock. Read Matthew 7:21-27. What is so frightening about this parable? What comes to mind when you imagine this […]
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  • Monday: Planting and Harvesting 07/02/2016
    See more posts by Sabbath School Lesson The great controversy theme is implicit in Jesus’ parable of the sower. The listing of four types of responses to the gospel message indicates that there are more than just “good” and “bad” people in the world. Life is more complex than that, and so we need to […]
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