11: Arrest in Jerusalem – Singing with Inspiration

Our memory text gives the first hymn: Hymn 339 “God Is My Strong Salvation” – take courage!

Rom 3:28-30 in the Sabbath afternoon introduction to the weeks’ study, reminds that “My Faith Has Found a Resting Place” – Hymn 523.

Sunday continues to show us that we are saved by faith in Jesus: Hymn 511, “My Faith Looks Up To Thee” followed by Hymn 646, “To The Name That Brings Salvation”. Paul was advised to be politically correct, as well as “Stand Up! Stand Up for Jesus” – Hymn 618 so as not to compromise. He advises us to keep “Standing on the Promises” – Hymn 518.

Paul continues to “Go, Preach My Gospel”, Hymn 378 in Tuesday’s study. This theme is ongoing in Wednesday.

All the way through our quarter’s studies, Paul would sing out “Stand Up! Stand Up for Jesus” – Hymn 618

May the Lord bless you and keep you
May the Lord make His face to shine upon you
And give you peace
paraphrase of Numbers 6:24-26

“Behold, He is coming with clouds, and very eye will see Him . . . .” Revelation1:7 (NKJV)

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About Corinne Knopper

Coming from a musical family, Corinne developed an interest in church music at an early age in New Zealand. In 1976 she came to Australia where she developed her interest in playing the trumpet and cornet. She played in the Avondale Brass Band for many years. She also played in the Waratah Brass, The Australian National Brass Band Champions. During this time she has also taught trumpet and cornet. She has also combined her music skills with computing to produce brass band scores. Currently Corinne works in the Avondale College Admissions Office. Her love of music and her interest in Bible study gives her a unique insight into music that expands our appreciation of the lesson.

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