8: Wisdom for Righteous Living – It is Written – Discussions with the Author
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by It is Written
7h ago
Join It Is Written Sabbath School host Eric Flickinger and this quarter’s author, Dragoslava Santrac, as they provide additional insights into this week’s Sabbath School lesson, “The Lord Reigns.” (0) The post 8: Wisdom for Righteous Living – It is Written – Discussions with the Author appeared first on Sabbath School Net ..read more
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8: Wisdom for Righteous Living – HopeSS Video Discussion
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by Hope Sabbath School
7h ago
View an in-depth discussion of Wisdom for Righteous Living in the Hope Sabbath School class led by Pastor Derek Morris.   Click on the image below to view the video: With thanks to Hope Channel – Television that will change your life. (0) The post 8: Wisdom for Righteous Living – HopeSS Video Discussion appeared first on Sabbath School Net ..read more
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Thursday: Blessings of Righteous Living
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by Sabbath School Lesson
13h ago
Daily Lesson for Thursday 22nd of February 2024 Read Psalms 1:1-3, Psalms 112:1-9, and Psalms 128:1-6. What blessings are promised for those who revere the Lord? Of the many blessings promised to those who revere the Lord, peace is perhaps one of the greatest. Psalms 1:1-6 depicts the righteous by a simile of a tree planted by streams of water, which yields its fruits in season and whose leaf does not wither (Psalms 1:3; Jeremiah 17:7-8; Ezekiel 47:12). Image © Jim Howard at Goodsalt.com This simile identifies the source of all blessings, namely, abiding in God’s presence in His sanctuary ..read more
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Wednesday: Deceitfulness of the Wicked Way
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by Sabbath School Lesson
2d ago
Daily Lesson for Wednesday 21st of February 2024 Read Psalms 141:1-10. What does the psalmist pray for? Psalms 141:1-10 is a prayer for protection from temptations from within and from without. The psalmist is not only endangered by the schemes of the wicked (Psalms 141:9-10) but also is tempted to act like the wicked. The first weak point is self-control in speech, and the psalmist prays that the Lord will keep watch over the door of his lips (Psalms 141:3). This image alludes to the guarding of city gates that, in biblical times, protected the city. Image © Lars Justinen Goodsalt.com The ..read more
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What if You Had a Conversation With Your Younger Self?
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by William Earnhardt
2d ago
For all our days have passed away in Your wrath; We finish our years like a sigh. The days of our lives are seventy years; And if by reason of strength they are eighty years, Yet their boast is only labor and sorrow; For it is soon cut off, and we fly away. Who knows the power of Your anger? For as the fear of You, so is Your wrath. So teach us to number our days, That we may gain a heart of wisdom. Psalm 90:9-12 NKJV  Inagine you are in the Twighlight Zone and you are having a conversation with your teenage self. What would you tell yourself? Here are just a few things I would tell the ..read more
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Tuesday: The Lord’s Test
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by Sabbath School Lesson
3d ago
Daily Lesson for Tuesday 20th of February 2024 Read Psalms 81:7-8; Psalms 95:7-11; and Psalms 105:17-22. What does divine testing involve in these texts? Meribah is the place where Israel tested God by challenging His faithfulness and power to provide for their needs (Exodus 17:1-7; Psalms 95:8-9). Psalms 81:1-16 makes an intriguing reversal and interprets the same event as the time when God tested Israel (Psalms 81:7). And, by their disobedience and lack of trust (Psalms 81:11), the people failed God’s test. Image © Educational Concepts Collection at Goodsalt.com The reference to Meribah ..read more
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8: Wisdom for Righteous Living – Singing with Inspiration
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by Corinne Knopper
3d ago
The beautiful picture on the front of our lesson pamphlet brings us our theme hymn for this quarter with it’s two variations in melody:  Hymn 552/546 – The Lord’s My Shepherd. Psalm 67:4 – O, let the nations be glad and sing for joy! Our studies so far this quarter are summarized in Sabbath afternoon’s introduction: Hymn 109 – Marvelous Grace creating in us a clean heart to live by faith:  Hymn 517 – My Faith Looks Up To Thee and we are then blessed knowing that  Faith Is The Victory – Hymn 608 “The life of faith is maintained by walking in the law of God” says Sunday ..read more
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8: Wisdom for Righteous Living – Teaching Plan
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by Michael Fracker
3d ago
Key Thought: Wisdom for righteous living is gained with God amid temptations and challenges. We need an ongoing commitment to walk in faithfulness to the Lord.February 24, 2024 1. Have a volunteer read Psalm 81:7,8; 95:7-11; 105:17-22. Ask class members to share a short thought on what the most important point is in this passage. What does Divine testing involve in these texts? Personal Application: What has been your own experience with how sin hardens our hearts? Share your thoughts. Case Study: One of you relatives states, “.How and why should we keep God’s commandments? What blessings do ..read more
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Monday: Teach Us to Number Our Days
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by Sabbath School Lesson
4d ago
Daily Lesson for Monday 19th of February 2024 Read Psalms 90:1-17, Psalms 102:11, and Psalms 103:14-16. What is the human predicament? Fallen human existence is but a vapor in the light of eternity. A thousand years in God’s sight is “like a watch in the night,” which lasted three or four hours (Psalms 90:4, NKJV). Compared to divine time, a human lifetime flies away (Psalms 90:10). Image © Susan Unoura at Goodsalt.com The strongest among humans are analogous to the weakest among plants (Psalms 90:5-6; Psalms 103:15-16). Yet, even that short life is filled with labor and sorrow (Psalms 90 ..read more
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Sunday: Your Word I Have Hidden in My Heart
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by Sabbath School Lesson
5d ago
Daily Lesson for Sunday 18th of February 2024 Read Psalms 119:1-16,161-168. How should we keep God’s commandments, and what are the blessings that come from doing that? The Bible depicts a daily life of faith as a pilgrimage (“walk”) with God in His path of righteousness. The life of faith is maintained by walking “in the law of the Lord” (Psalms 119:1, NKJV) and by walking “in the light of Your countenance” (Psalms 89:15, NKJV). These are by no means two different walks. Walking in the light of God’s countenance implies upholding God’s law. Equally, walking “in the law of the Lord” involves ..read more
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