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  1. I am housebound and unable to attend Sabbath School so I am thankful these lessons are available so I can study them.

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    • Marilyn, I too love this story of the little boy and his boat that I heard as a child and never forgot. Jesus' life blood on Calvary was the price for our drifted souls. There's a beautiful song that goes with the story called 'Two Times You're Mine'. If it has to be removed from here because of copyright issues you can find it on Youtube. God bless.

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  2. What a powerful memory text for the week.
    Christ bore the curse of the law. For the law's demands were that every Soul That Sins Will Die For His Own Sin. He suffered its penalty, carrying to completion the plan whereby man was to be placed where he could keep God’s law. This was God's vow ". . .the soul that sinneth, it shall die". Ezek 18:4 . Without Christ, the transgressors were left under its curse, with no gimplse of hope for getting a pardon. Christ made an end of sin, bearing its heavy curse in His own body on the tree. He hath took away the the transgressor's portion of that curse from all those who believe in Him as a personal Saviour..

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    • Yes, this story, and the message behind it, made me cry! Praise Jesus, our Saviour! Blessing to everyone!

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  3. Paulette, I too remember learning the song "two times you're mine". The words are such a blessing! One can never tire of hearing of God's amazing love. I pray that those who haven't heard it will listen.

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  4. This story is a powerful demonstration of love and as I read i couldnt help but think of all Christ did for me and how strong ,deep ,true and great his love for me is . Hymn 79 in the Seventh Day hymnal could not put it better ... Thank you Jesus for the love . I feel special .

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