Lesson Author Comments on “Christ, Our Sacrifice”

sanctuary5-on-vimeoProfessor Martin Pröbstle’s commentary on Lesson 7 is now available through the SanctuaryLesson.org domain on Vimeo.  In his warm, engaging manner this young professor from Schloss Bogenhofen in Austria shares what he sees as the key thoughts of this lesson in just under 7 minutes. (If you haven’t seen the previous videos, we suggest you check them out too through the link above.)

Direct link to Lesson 7: “Christ, Our Sacrifice,” (downloadable) or click on the video below, if you can see it:

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WEEK SEVEN | Christ, Our Sacrifice from Seminar Schloss Bogenhofen on Vimeo.

We understand that some Sabbath School teachers have been showing these short videos at the beginning of their classes as an introduction to the day’s lesson. If you are teaching this week, you might want to consider showing it on a notebook computer or tablet with speakers in a small class or on a big screen in a larger class in the main sanctuary.

If you can’t view the video properly on your mobile device, check out the Youtube version. It will likely play in your Youtube app:

[Note: Link now goes to Lesson 7. Original link went to Lesson 5]

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Lesson Author Comments on “Christ, Our Sacrifice” — 3 Comments

  1. [Moderators note: Please help to maintain the integrity of this blog by using your full name.]

    Sometimes we clearly do not understand the sacrifice Christ made for us. Praise God for the story on sabbth afternoon,which is a simple insight of what Christ did for us.

  2. Thank you for this quarters lesson. Today I will choose to keep Christ's sacrifice before me to remind me of the love He has for me and others.

  3. I just want to thank you deeply for this quarters lessons on the Sanctuary. If I ever doubted in the past about my assurance of salvation, these lessons has given me a surety like I've never had before. The more I study the deeper my assurance becomes. Thank you, thank you thank you, and more THANK You to God Who inspired you with His Holy Spirit to set up these lessons espescialy in this time of earths history. God bless you.


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