The title for the quarter immediately brings to mind Hymn 499 – What A Friend We Have in Jesus.
The memory text has the people praying with the answer of their prayer having the Holy Spirit come to them:
Hymn 264 – O for That Flame of Living Fire.. We can request this in
Hymn 268 – Holy Spirit, Light Divine, and
Hymn 269 – Come, Holy Spirit.
Sabbath afternoon’s study immediately opens with
Hymn 378 – Go, Preach My Gospel (Mark 16:15) because the Holy Spirit had been received. The people went forth as is sung in
Hymn 356 – Lord Who Dost Give to Thy Church.
The Holy Spirit and His diverse helping is the topic for the rest of the week. We are blessed with many hymns about the Holy Spirit:
Hymn 257 – Come Down, O Love Divine,
Hymn 258 – Baptize Us Anew,
Hymn 259 – Draw Us in the Spirit’s Tether,
Hymn 260 – Hover O’er Me, Holy Spirit,
Hymn 261 – The Spirit of the Lord Revealed,
Hymn 262 – Sweet, Sweet Spirit,
Hymn 263 – Fire of God, Thou Sacred Flame,
Hymn 264 – O for That Flame of Living fire,
Hymn 265 – Breathe on Me, Breath of God,
Hymn 266 – Spirit of God,
Hymn 267 – Spirit Divine,
Hymn 268 – Holy Spirit, Light Divine,
Hymn 269 – Come, Holy Spirit and
Hymn 270 – O Holy Dove of God Descending.
Wednesday sheds more light on the Word of God being powerful in the transformation of lives:
Hymn 273 – Lord, I Have Made Thy Word My Choice,
Hymn 275 – O God of Light,
Hymn 277 – For Your Holy Book We Thank You and
Hymn 274 – O Word of God Incarnate.
For You I Am Praying – Hymn 284 because
The Savior Is Waiting– Hymn 289 is exactly what we are able to tell each person with whom we come in contact each day.
2 Timothy 2:15 KJV – “Study to shew thyself approved unto God, a workman that needeth not to be ashamed, rightly dividing the word of truth.”