Adult Sabbath School Comments

2021 Q1 Lesson 11 E. G. White Notes for the Adult Bible Study Guide Waging Love Sabbath Afternoon March 6     Good deeds are twice a blessing, benefiting both the giver and the receiver of the kindness. The consciousness of right-doing is one of the best medicines for diseased...
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Bible Reading Plans

We are passionate about the Word of God! We want to encourage EVERYONE to read the Bible every day and read through the Bible every year. Here are some plans that will encourage you in your daily journey.
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A Prophet to God’s End-Time People

On the night of April 30, 1871, I retired to rest much depressed in spirits. For three months I had been in a state of great discouragement. I had frequently prayed in anguish of spirit for relief. I had implored help and strength from God, that I might rise above the heavy...
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People of the Greater and Lesser Light

I often interact with ministers of different denominations during the Argentine Bible Society meetings. On one occasion one of them showed interest in the present state of the Seventh-day Adventist Church. He was acquainted with our educational and health institutions and...
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True & False Prophets, Old & New

After a church meeting, a teenager asked this clear, direct question: “Why does God not speak to me?” The easy answer would be that God speaks to each one of us through the Bible. But this teenager wanted to know why God was not talking to her. Many believers wonder why God...
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Dusting Off The Law & The Prophets

God’s people have rarely had a good relationship with their prophets. In fact, those called to the prophetic ministry have often been reluctant to accept the call, mindful that people usually rejected the messenger along with the message. Thus bringing God’s prophetic word has...
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Are You Reading The Bible the Right Way?

In Jesus we find an exceptionally interesting phenomenon. In Him, message and prophet merge. He was both the Father’s greatest revelation (John 14:9) and a great prophet (Heb. 1:2), as recognized by His contemporaries (John 6:14; Luke 7:16, 17). “Sir,” even the Samaritan woman...
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The God-proclaimed and Self-Proclaimed

“What do you think about that woman who claims to be a prophet, whose messages are on YouTube?” an apprehensive brother blurted out while I was greeting church members after the worship service one Sabbath morning. “To be honest, I’ve never heard of her,” I replied. “Let me watch...
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Week of Prayer: Sunday

God Wants to Send You a Message Imagine for a moment that you have never heard about Christianity. Suddenly you come across a book on the street. You pick it up and it just says “Holy Bible” on the cover—nothing about its author. Who wrote it? The first thing I do when I pick up...
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