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September 06, 2016
Jesus Bade Them, “Follow Me”
In scanning this week’s lesson title, “Jesus Bade Them, Follow Me,” what were your first thoughts? Did you actually want to know more about following...
September 01, 2016
Jesus Won Their Confidence
Do you remember the 2008 financial crisis? I heard an interview back then with Joe Nocera, business columnist for the New York Times and author of...
August 25, 2016
Jesus Ministered to Their Needs
“Needs,” what does that mean? Look up the definition of the word and you will find a statement like this one: “Something that is necessary.” As...
Sarah Gane Burton
August 17, 2016
Jesus Showed Sympathy
There is little more painful than the death of a child. Whether unborn, at birth, or later, something deep inside us rebels at the thought of a child...
August 09, 2016
Jesus Desired Their Good
The title: “Jesus Desired Their Good” is engrossed with meanings. It reminds the reader of what Ellen G. White said regarding the ideal ministry of...
August 07, 2016
Jesus Mingled With People
Editor's Note: We apologise for the lateness in posting last week's commentary. The author provided the commentary in plenty of time, the fault is...
Kathy Beagles Coneff
July 28, 2016
"Poking Holes in the Darkness...
I love the introduction to this week's Sabbath School lesson that quotes the child, Robert Louis Stevenson, telling his nanny that the lamplighter...
Barry W. Bussey
July 22, 2016
A Free Life Found In the Justice and...
I define what is right and just. In other words, what is “just” is subjective. It is what I think is just—is just. That is the natural condition...
July 18, 2016
VIDEO: How Long Can We Say The Second...
Professor Fritz Guy made a presentation and led a discussion on "The Second Coming: How Long Can We Keep Saying 'Soon?'" at the Roy Branson Sabbath...
July 12, 2016
To Be a Blessing: Lessons on Justice...
One sentence flows across a black granite wall in Montgomery, Alabama: We will not be satisfied until justice rolls down like waters and...
Volume 48, Issue 4
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Ellen White’s Depression
I Can’t Breathe Either
One Sound Music Boosts Adventist Gospel...
The Education of an Idealist — Book Review
Interpreting the Messiah
Asheville Adventist Forum: Maury Jackson
Diversity Centre Lecture — Steve...
Vaccines and the Faithful
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