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04: Joyous and Thankful – Thought Starters — 8 Comments

  1. I love to study Bible .... lesson review..... happy Sabbath.... I'm Seventh-day Adventist here at Cagayan Valley Adventist Hospital, Santiago City , Isabela , Philippines.

    • Thank you so much. Sabbath is coming here in the USA in a few hours but is probably halfway over where you are! God bless you.

    • I am glad that you want to learn about the SDA doctrine. I believe that the Holy Spirit is leading you. My prayer is that God will reveal all His truths to you as you search His word. I would recommend doing the lessons at Amazing Facts by Doug Bachelor. They are easy to find through google or any search engine. Praying for you and please keep us updated.

      [MODERATOR'S NOTE: You can find his Bible Studies along with many other sources in both Bible Study Center, Bible Studies Online and Links, Bible Studies under the menu heading Resources on the main page.]

    • I read Bible systematically and prayerfully by subject (baptism, salvation, faith, ..) and noticed that all SDA doctrines are Biblebased doctrines.

  2. It is very nice to read the Bible and pray always. This is how we talk to our creator. Imagine to talk some one more than the head of state.

  3. Thank you for this teacher aides. I am a new "lesson teacher" and they are really helpful. Thank you so much and May God bless this ministry abundantly.

  4. That's exactly the reason I keep turning in my comments in the form of questions. I have the troubled Sabbath school teacher at 8 p.m. Friday evening in mind. Or the one with a phone call at 9 a.m. on Sabbath: "Could you take the class today...?" I find that while a question I have proposed may not always spur helpful discussion, it will often get the teacher thinking of another one that will.


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