Sabbath School Study Hour

Sabbath School Study Hour

You’ll get fresh and in-depth biblical insight from our popular Bible school program in time for your weekly quarterly lessons! Get into the Bible and grow in your faith.

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September 25, 2021
Why must love, to be love, be freely given?
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This week, we look at how we can rest in Jesus in the face of global unrest and our own personal unknown future, at least in the short term. In the long term, things look very promising, indeed!
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September 12, 2021
This week, let’s look at Jonah and what we can learn from his restlessness and lack of peace.
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September 5, 2021
How can you help others find rest in Jesus when they think that their sins have been too grievous, that their hearts cannot be changed, and that their cases are truly hopeless?
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August 29, 2021
Sabbath is a celebration of freedom from all the things that keep us in bondage. On Sabbath, we are reminded that there is freedom from sin, not in our own power but in the power of God, which is offered to us by faith.
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August 22, 2021
During this week, we will study God’s wonderful invitation to enter into a dynamic rest, again and again, with every seventh day. How can keeping the Sabbath holy be a reminder of freedom and liberation? How can we avoid making it restrictive and legalistic?
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August 15, 2021
God wants to cure us on the inside first. Sometimes He chooses to bring us immediate physical healing, sometimes we will have to wait for resurrection morning to experience physical healing. How can we find rest and peace, even when our prayers for healing are not answered, at least now?
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This week we will look at forgiveness and what it can do for restless human hearts. Without forgiveness, we remain victims. Forgiveness has more to do with ourselves than with the person or persons who have wronged us.
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This week we turn to the story of Joseph and his family ties in order to watch God at work bringing healing and emotional rest despite dysfunctional family relationships.
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July 25, 2021
Why is living a life of obedience to God’s law one of more restfulness than one in which we disobey that law?
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July 18, 2021
This week we look briefly into the life of the man after God’s own heart to find out how he discovered the true cost of God’s rest.
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The Roots of Restlessness
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Though it’s always easy to be critical of church leadership, at any level, how much better would our church and our own spiritual life be if, instead of complaining, we would intercede in behalf of our leaders even when we disagree with them?
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Acknowledging Jesus as the Lord of our lives also involves taking seriously our responsibility to make time to rest. After all, the Sabbath commandment isn’t merely a suggestion. It is a commandment!
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June 20, 2021
Why should we feel joy? What is it about the covenant that should free us from the burden of guilt? What does it mean to have a new heart?
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June 13, 2021
Why must salvation be a gift? Why could only Someone equal with God ransom our souls? How can we make the promises and hope found in the Cross our own?
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The old covenant-sacrificial system was replaced by the new; instead of animals being sacrificed by sinful priests in an earthly sanctuary, we now have Jesus, our perfect Sacrifice. He represents us before the Father in the sanctuary in heaven, which forms the basis of the new covenant and its promises.
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May 30, 2021
The “new covenant” is, in a sense, a “renewed covenant.” It is the completion, or the fulfillment, of the first one.
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May 23, 2021
Where does the Sabbath have it origins? What evidence proves that the Sabbath existed before Sinai? What makes the Sabbath such an appropriate covenant sign?
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May 16, 2021
God’s law was an integral part of the covenant. Yet, it was a true covenant of grace. Grace, however, never nullifies the need for law. On the contrary, law is a means by which grace is manifested and expressed in the life of those who receive grace.
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