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  • Wednesday: The Babylonian Threat 06/10/2015
    See more posts by Sabbath School Lesson The background to the political events that shaped the ministry of Jeremiah are, to some degree, lost to history. That is, many of the details are not available. But we do have in the Bible (with the help of archaeological finds) more than enough information to have a […]
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  • Tuesday: Two Evils 05/10/2015
    See more posts by Sabbath School Lesson It was against this background that the young Jeremiah began his prophetic ministry. The word of the Lord came to him, and he spoke it in hopes that the people, if they would heed these words, would be spared the ruin that otherwise was sure to come. Read […]
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  • Monday: The Two Kingdoms 04/10/2015
    See more posts by Sabbath School Lesson After the division of the nation, things went from bad to worse. In the Northern Kingdom, King Jeroboam made some terrible spiritual choices that had a long-lasting impact for evil. Read 1 Kings 12:26-31. What should this tell us about how immediate circumstances can so blind our judgment? […]
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  • Sunday: A Quick History 03/10/2015
    See more posts by Sabbath School Lesson When the Israelites had finally entered the Promised Land, after years of wandering in the wilderness, it wasn’t long before troubles began. All it took was for a new generation to arise, one that didn’t know the Lord (Judg. 2:10), and a spiritual crisis started that, in many […]
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  • Sabbath: The Crisis (Within and Without) 02/10/2015
    See more posts by Sabbath School Lesson Read for This Week’s Study: Judg. 2:1-15; 1 Kings 12:26-31; 2 Chron. 33:9-10; Jer. 2:1-28; Jer. 5:2-3. Memory Text: ‘Israel was holiness to the Lord. The firstfruits of His increase. All that devour him will offend; disaster will come upon them,’ says the Lord (Jeremiah 2:3, NKJV). If […]
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