The hymn used as the theme for this quarter is from “The Church Hymnal, Official Hymnal of the Seventh-Day Adventist Church” which was surpassed by the “Seventh-day Adventist Hymnal” in 1985.In the ‘old’ hymnal, Number 497 – Standing by a Purpose True, that is, ”Dare to be a Daniel” will be the favourite. I hope you were able to source this hymn and use it frequently during this quarters Sabbath School study time.
There have been a few lesson studies where being faithful has been the main point. This week’s lesson is no different and calls for us to sing
Hymn169 / 170, Come, You Faithful and Hymn 602, O Brother, Be Faithful.
Jesus, our Prince of Peace is in
Hymn 245, More About Jesus and our conqueror in
Hymn 608, Faith Is the Victory (Sunday). The final point on this day, judgment, we find in
Hymn 418, Day of Judgment, Day of Wonders!
In the Old SDA Hymnal (pre-1985), we have the old hymn
“Lord, I Care Not for Riches” which goes on to say in the chorus
“Is my name written there,
On the page white and fair?
In the book of Thy kingdom,
Is my name written there?”
(it is number 617).
Meantime, the similar sentiments are in
Hymn 216, When the Roll is Called Up Yonder. This latter hymn will carry over into the study on Tuesday – The Resurrection.
We are reminded on Wednesday
Tis Almost Time for the Lord to Come, Hymn 212. It is nearly time to be
Redeemed!, Hymns 337/338. (Thursday). Thursday ends with hope in the imminent coming of Jesus –
Hymn 214, We Have This Hope.
Now that we are the end of the quarter, once again we can say
For Your Holy Book We Thank You, Hymn 277. It is in God’s Word that we are told to
Look for the Waymarks, Hymn 596.
God’s blessings as you enjoy your “Singing with Inspiration” on this, the last Sabbath of this quarter.
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.”