Lesson Notes for the Holy Spirit & Spirituality
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Lesson Notes Holy Spirit
Sabbath School Lesson Notes is a simple but nicely formatted Word file (.docx format) with the entire quarters weekly and daily lesson titles, memory verses and space to fill out notes for your personal study of the lesson. At the end of the week it can be printed out and taken to class to either lead out or participate.

As I spend most of my time on the computer, my own lesson study and preparation is done there as well. I developed this as a personal resource and have made it available now for the last 4 quarters.

There are 4 downloads available. 3 are in .docx format for Microsoft Word (2007-2017 version) with different memory verse options. There is also 1 text file that you can copy/paste into your preferred program.

Memory Verses as per the lesson – download (18kb)
NKJV Memory Verses – download (18kb)
KJV Memory Verses – download (18kb)
Text file with all 3 Memory Verse options – download (23kb)

Below, next to the cover image, are 4 preview images of the Word file and formatting. Click on the smaller images to get a larger preview.

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Lesson Notes for the Holy Spirit & Spirituality — 8 Comments

  1. Thank you Robbie,
    I have started using it and found it very helpful, after I sorted it out. Now I would not like to be without it because I can bring in all the other SSNET helps that I often refer to and place them all in the order you have provided.
    I didn't realise you had done this before, now I will look for your bearded face each quarter. Godbless today, A Stolz.

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    • In order to find the comments on previous lessons, it is necessary to find the actual lessons on our blog. Then you can see the comments under each lesson.

      To find the lesson topics, go to our Lesson Archives page in our left Side bar. Note the dates the lessons were posted.

      Now that you have the dates, you can click on the correct date in our Archives found in the left Side bar on our front page.

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