Sunday: Jesus in Isaiah 53

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Read Isaiah 53:2-12. What do these verses teach about what Christ did for us?   Isaiah 52:13-53:12 is a powerful description of Christ’s death for the sins of the world. Several aspects in this passage provide clear evidence that Jesus’ death is atonement in the form of penal substitution, which means that He took the … [Click to read more …]

Sabbath: Christ, Our Sacrifice


Read for This Week’s Study: Isa. 53:2-12, Heb.2:9, Heb. 9:26-28, Heb. 9:12, Exod. 12:5,Heb.4:15. Memory Text: “He Himself bore our sins in His body on the cross, that we might die to sin and live to righteousness; for by His wounds you were healed” (1 Peter 2:24, NASB). Catholic Priest Maximilian Kolbe was imprisoned in … [Click to read more …]

Friday: Further Study: Day of Atonement


Further Study: “Now the event takes place foreshadowed in the last solemn service of the Day of Atonement. When the ministration in the holy of holies had been completed, and the sins of Israel had been removed from the sanctuary by virtue of the blood of the sin offering, then the scapegoat was presented alive … [Click to read more …]

Inside Story: A Child Shall Lead

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From infancy, Joelito’s mother taught him to love and serve Jesus. When she led small-group meetings, Joelito watched her and learned from her. When he was 8 years old, he asked to be baptized and to lead others to Jesus. When Joelito was 10, the government of Peru passed a law requiring children to attend … [Click to read more …]

Thursday: Isaiah’s Personal Yom Kippur

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In Isaiah 6:1-6, Isaiah sees the heavenly King sitting on a throne in the temple, “high and exalted.” The vision is a judgment scene that presents God as coming for judgment (Isa. 5:16). Isaiah beholds the true King, identified in the Gospel of John as Jesus Christ (John 12:41). Even though Isaiah was God’s prophet … [Click to read more …]

Wednesday: On The Day of Atonement

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“Thus in the ministration of the tabernacle, and of the temple that afterward took its place, the people were taught each day the great truths relative to Christ’s death and ministration, and once each year their minds were carried forward to the closing events of The Great Controversy between Christ and Satan, the final purification … [Click to read more …]

Commentary by Lesson Author Martin Pröbstle


Seminar Schloss Bogenhofen has made Professor Martin Pröbstle’s commentary on this quarter’s lessons available through If you have a good internet connections, I’m sure you’ll be blessed by these helpful 15-minute commentaries presented in a warm, personable manner. Below is the commentary for Week 6: “The Day of Atonement.” The videos for Lessons 3-5 … [Click to read more …]

Tuesday: Azazel

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Read Leviticus 16:20-22. What happened to the live goat? The ritual with the live goat was not an offering. After the lot decided which of the two goats was to be for Yahweh and which one was for Azazel (often translated as “scapegoat”), only the goat for Yahweh is referred to as a purification offering … [Click to read more …]