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2016 – Qt 3

This week’s lesson – Sept 17-23

This week’s Lesson – How Shall We Wait?

“The world needs today what it needed nineteen hundred years ago-a revelation of Christ. A great work of reform is demanded, and it is only through the grace of Christ that the work of restoration, physical, mental, and spiritual, can be accomplished.” – Ellen G. White, The Ministry of Healing, p. 143.

“If we would humble ourselves before God, and be kind and courteous and tenderhearted and pitiful, there would be one hundred conversions to the truth where now there is only one.” – Ellen G. White, Testimonies for the Church, vol. 9, p. 189.

This Week’s Lesson -September 3-9

This week’s lesson – Jesus Bade Them, “Follow Me”

“The world is perishing for want of the gospel. There is a famine for the word of God. There are few who preach the word unmixed with human tradition. Though men have the Bible in their hands, they do not receive the blessing that God has placed in it for them. The Lord calls upon His servants to carry His message to the people. The word of everlasting life must be given to those who are perishing in their sins.” – Christ’s Object Lessons, p 228.

 

This Week’s Lesson -August 27-September 2

This week’s lesson – Jesus Won Their Confidence

“The means that he [Nehemiah] lacked he solicited from those who were able to bestow. And the Lord is still willing to move upon the hearts of those in possession of His goods, in behalf of the cause of truth. Those who labor for Him are to avail themselves of the help that He prompts men to give. . . . The donors may have no faith in Christ, no acquaintance with His word; but their gifts are not on this account to be refused.” – Ellen G. White, Prophets and Kings, p. 634.

This Week’s Lesson – August 20-26

This week’s lesson: Jesus Ministered To Their Needs

“Remember that you can break down the severest opposition by taking a personal interest in the people whom you meet. Christ took a personal interest in men and women while He lived on this earth. Wherever He went He was a medical missionary. We are to go about doing good, even as He did. We are instructed to feed the hungry, clothe the naked, and comfort the sorrowing.” – Ellen G. White, Welfare Ministry, p. 162.

This Week’s Lesson – August 13-19

This week’s lesson: Jesus Showed Sympathy

“The weight of the grief of ages was upon Him. He saw the terrible effects of the transgression of God’s law. He saw that in the history of the world, beginning with the death of Abel, the conflict between good and evil had been unceasing. Looking down the years to come, He saw the suffering and sorrow, tears and death, that were to be the lot of men. His heart was pierced with the pain of the human family of all ages and in all lands. The woes of the sinful race were heavy upon His soul, and the fountain of His tears was broken up as He longed to relieve all their distress.” – Ellen G. White, The Desire of Ages, p. 534.

This Week’s Lesson – June 25-July 1

This week’s lesson – Restoration of All Things

“In the beginning God created man in His own likeness. He endowed him with noble qualities. His mind was well balanced, and all the powers of his being were harmonious. But the Fall and its effects have perverted these gifts. Sin has marred and well-nigh obliterated the image of God in man. It was to restore this that the plan of salvation was devised, and a life of probation was granted to man. To bring him back to the perfection in which he was first created is the great object of life-the object that underlies every other.” – Ellen G. White, Patriarchs and Prophets, p. 595.

 

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