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.

Episodes

November 19, 2022
This week we will study some intriguing passages that people use to justify the natural immortality of the soul. These reflections should strengthen our own convictions and help us to answer kindly those who question this crucial teaching.
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Every passing day brings us one day closer to the glorious appearing of the Lord Jesus Christ in the clouds of heaven. Though we don’t know when He will come, we can be certain that He will, and that is what really matters.
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This week we will look at Christ’s resurrection and all the convincing evidence He gave us to believe in it.
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October 29, 2022
This week we will focus on Christ’s death and what it means for the promise of eternal life.
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This week we will reflect more closely on the resurrections that occurred before Christ’s own death and resurrection.
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October 15, 2022
This week we will reflect on how the notion of the final resurrection unfolded in Old Testament times, with special focus on the statements of Job, some psalmists, and the prophets Isaiah and Daniel.
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Is there an immaterial soul or spirit that consciously survives physical death? This week we will consider how the Old Testament defines human nature and the condition of human beings at death.
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October 1, 2022
This week we will reflect on the fall of Adam and Eve, on how sin and death took over our world, and on how God planted a seed of hope for humanity even back in Eden.
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Christ speaks of God’s unconditional love for all human beings as the pattern for all our own interactions. How can you reflect this pattern more closely within your family and church?
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June 19, 2022
Though God intimately knows the future, we are still free in the choices we make. How do we reconcile these two ideas?
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What are ways that others should be able to see, from the kind of lives that we live, the reality of our God? Though we can be forgiven and accept God’s forgiveness, how do we learn to forgive ourselves, no matter how unworthy we are of that forgiveness?
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How can we learn to trust God and cling to His promises when events don’t appear providential at all, and indeed, God seems silent?
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May 29, 2022
What are the idols of our culture, our civilization? How can we make sure we aren’t worshiping anyone or anything other than the Lord?
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How can we learn to trust God when we don’t see “justice” being done, when we see people who do evil get away with it, or when we see the innocent suffer?
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May 15, 2022
Why is it so comforting to know that while not all things are God’s will, He is still in charge?
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How can we learn to keep focused on Christ and His righteousness as our only hope of salvation? What happens if we try to start counting up our good works? Why is it important that we not give up, despite times of doubt?
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What kind of influence do our actions have on others? What kind of message are we sending about our faith by our actions?
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April 24, 2022
What example do we have from history, or even the present, of the trouble that can come from those who seek to make a name for themselves?
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April 17, 2022
What lesson can we learn from the Noah story regarding our role in warning the world about coming judgment?
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April 10, 2022
Why must we do all that we can in God’s power to eradicate sin from our lives?
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