01: Disciples and Scripture – Thought Starters
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[Thought questions for Disciples and Scripture January 1, 2014] 1. Jesus and the Bible. Notice the caution built into the memory text. “Search the Scriptures;” it says, “for in them ye think ye have eternal life; and they are they which testify of Me.” (John 5:39). Read verse 40 of John 5 as well. Does the … [Click to read more …]

01: Disciples and Scripture – Teaching Plan
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Key Thought : The lasting power of Jesus’ ministry is evident in the changed lives of His followers to day.. [Teaching Plan for Disciples and Scripture December 30, 2013] 1. Have a volunteer read Luke 4:1-4. a. Ask class members to share a thought on what the most important point in this text is. b. … [Click to read more …]

01: Disciples and Scripture
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This was more than he bargained for. It started out innocently enough, but now things had taken an unexpected direction. With sincerity he had asked the question to which his mind desperately needed an answer. His question, though sincere, was also a potential trap the religious leaders were hoping to use to justify their malice … [Click to read more …]

Videos: Exhortations From the Sanctuary
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Martin Pröbstle has another brief introduction to this week’s lesson on Vimeo and on Youtube. You can review previous lessons at Sanctuary Lessons on Vimeo or on The Youtube Bogichannel (also in German). And you can watch the full hour-long, inter-active study of the lesson for the week by the Hope Sabbath School class led by … [Click to read more …]

13: Exhortations from the Sanctuary – Thought Starters
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The theology is understandable. The call to practicality is clear. What then do we need to “live” the faith? [Thought questions for Exhortations from the Sanctuary December 25, 2013] 1. The Golden Chain. The earthly sanctuary had a High Priest who entered the presence of God as represented in the Most Holy Place. How does … [Click to read more …]

13: Exhortations From the Sanctuary – Teaching Plan
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Key Thought: Our faith in God is shown by our care for others. We need each other, and by encouraging others, we strengthen our own relationships with God. [Teaching plan for Exhortation From the Sanctuary December 30, 2013] 1. Have a volunteer read Hebrews 4:14-16. a. Ask class members to share a thought on what … [Click to read more …]

12: The Cosmic Conflict Over God’s Character – Thought Starters
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[Thought questions for The Cosmic Conflict Over God’s Character December 18, 2013] 1.The big picture. Can knowing about the great controversy between Christ and Satan bring meaning to your own existence? How? The sanctuary is a living example of the plan or strategy to win this controversy. Do you see this plan in every symbol … [Click to read more …]

Hope SS: Cosmic Conflict Over God’s Character
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You can join the full hour-long, inter-active study of the lesson for the week by the Hope Sabbath School class led by Pastor Derek Morris on the HopeTV site. (Adobe Flash Player version.) Or you can download it as a MP4 file to watch later, and you can download lesson outlines here as well. Or watch … [Click to read more …]

Martin Pröbstle on “The Cosmic Conflict Over God’s Character”
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This introduction runs just over 8 minutes, and if you haven’t been following the series, can see previous videos at the SanctuaryLesson Vimeo Channel or onThe Youtube Bogichannel (also in German). You can access this week’s video on Youtube, or you can view it on Vimeo below: WEEK TWELVE | “Cosmic Conflict Over God’s Character” … [Click to read more …]

12: The Cosmic Conflict Over God’s Character – Teaching Plan
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Key Thought : By His actions, God vindicates Himself in front of the entire universe. God’s moral justice and power of love wins. [Teaching Plan for The Cosmic Conflict Over God’s Character December 16, 2013] 1. Have a volunteer read Ezekiel 28:12-19. a. Ask class members to share a thought on what the most important … [Click to read more …]