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d Deuteronomy 24:10–22. What important principle is seen here, and how should we apply this to ourselves and to our dealings with those who are needy?

I read the Lessons and the bible i dont understand the Question and read agin and agin please give your opinion about it and let me understand

Started by melanie Feb 12, 2015.

what is the responsibility of a witness?

A false witness will not go unpunished and he who speaks lies shall perish.... Yes it true lying dose not go no were God see what he see and lying can be bad different way and just add what you think…Continue

Started by melanie Feb 12, 2015.

Though many themes are presented there, what does it say about lying?

Lying is a big thing it like a sin if we lying what will become us what thos God went us to do around world peilpe are lying say thing thay dont what to and give some opinions about it and on…Continue

Started by melanie Feb 12, 2015.

Be fruitful 3 Replies

Is it important for us to be fruitful? If yes, why then is some persons are unable to do so?Continue

Started by Elaine. Last reply by melanie Jan 20, 2015.

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Comment by melanie on December 12, 2015 at 5:05am
Happy sabbath all am sorry am not to much here I have not have inertert sometime and it hard to write on my cell phone but soon will be more here
Comment by melanie on April 18, 2015 at 4:44am
Sabbath: The Call to Discipleship
Posted on April 17, 2015 by Sabbath School Lesson
Read for This Week’s Study: Luke 5:1-11, Luke Luke 6:12-16, Luke Luke 9:1-6, Matt. 10:5-15, Luke 10:1-24, Luke 9:23-25, Matt. 16:24-28.
Memory Text: Then He said to them all, If anyone desires to come after Me, let him deny himself, and take up his cross daily, and follow Me (Luke 9:23, NKJV).
Disciple means a follower, or a pupil. The word disciple occurs more than 250 times in the Bible, mostly but not exclusively in the Gospels and Acts.
Being a disciple energizes the spirit, challenges the mind, and demands our utmost in our relationship with God and our fellowmen. Without total allegiance to Christ and the demands of His life and message, there can be no discipleship. What higher calling could one have?
God takes men as they are, and educates them for His service, if they will yield themselves to Him. The Spirit of God, received into the soul, will quicken all its faculties. Under the guidance of the Holy Spirit, the mind that is devoted unreservedly to God develops harmoniously, and is strengthened to comprehend and fulfill the requirements of God. The weak, vacillating character becomes changed to one of strength and steadfastness. Continual devotion establishes so close a relation between Jesus and His disciple that the Christian becomes like Him in mind and character.-Ellen G. White, The Desire of Ages, p. 251.
This week well look at how Jesus called those who were to follow Him and see what lesson we can learn that can help us in our continuation of the work that He had started on earth.
Study this week’s lesson to prepare for Sabbath, April 25.
Comment by melanie on April 18, 2015 at 4:44am
The lesso. Will be read is on how to call to disciple and i know about is we have to more disciple to teach peolpe what Jesus did we have to followe he steps and see what he have for us
Comment by melanie on February 2, 2015 at 9:47am

it true sometime peolpe dont hear what god have to say it hard for them to read and to sit down becuase it like sda some dont dont to hear what God have to say we lack on hear and think what we have in mind and we dont put ur self with him everyday and we need to bee good sda to be better in god hand

Comment by melanie on February 2, 2015 at 9:37am

The wise speak humbly (Prov. 14:3). The wise restrain the use of their lips. Their silent reflection is motivated by a lack of arrogant self-assurance. The wise give consideration to the other person’s ideas; therefore, the wise will take time to think through and weigh the evidence. They are also silent because they are listening, ready to learn from others.

The wise value learning and knowledge (Prov. 14:618). It is difficult for the fool to learn, because it is hard for him to sit at the feet of a teacher; in contrast, it is easy for the wise to learn because of their humility. They will thus enjoy the experience of learning and growing. It is also this search for wisdom, for knowledge that they do not have, which makes them wise.

The wise are cautious (Prov. 14:15). The wise know that sin and evil exist. Therefore they will be careful where they walk. They will not trust their feelings and personal opinions; they will CHECK things out and ask for advice. Yet they will always be careful about what other people say to them; they will sort out the good from the bad (1 Thess. 5:21).

The wise are calm (Prov. 14:2933). The wise can stay quiet because they do not rely on their own ways, but depend on above(Prov. 14:14, NKJV). It is their faith in God that allows them to relax and exercise self-control (Isa. 30:15). It is the fear of God that gives them confidence (Prov. 14:26).

Comment by melanie on January 19, 2015 at 5:56pm
The lesson on divine wisdon lesson 4 jan 17 23 the text is the lord possessed me at the beginning of this way before this work of old proverbs 8 23. There is also a strong emphasis on the divine orgin wisdon.. The word us it different. The way on genssis 1 it creation it self. It way God now why he dose thos thing and presnet. Traces the antiquity of wisdom. From everlasting.. That the part of monday some thing i read in the lesson it good to read it every so you have a mind full of God glory and faith on him please read ur lesson and God will give you the mind to study his word everyday
Comment by melanie on October 24, 2013 at 3:17pm

we were study lesson 4

Comment by melanie on October 9, 2013 at 5:15pm

i hope god be with u

Comment by melanie on October 9, 2013 at 5:15pm

WednesdayOctober 9

The Church as the Sanctuary

Comment by melanie on October 9, 2013 at 5:14pm


After Christ’s ascension to heaven and His inauguration as High Priest in the sanctuary there, the temple on earth no longer had any real purpose in the plan of salvation (see Matt. 27:50-51). However, God still seeks to dwell among His people on earth, which was now possible through the Holy Spirit. The apostles use temple imagery to convey this truth.

Read 1 Corinthians 3:16-176:19-202 Corinthians 6:16Ephesians 2:19–22. Notice the sanctuary imagery in these texts. What truth does the Bible teach us here?


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