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Areas For Improvement... We all have areas of our lives that we would like to improve. We often talk about making changes but do we ever get around to making those changes. This lesson challenges us to stop talking about it and start making the changes.
Before Light Sprung Up... Before the light that is Jesus the Christ illuminated the world there were many obstacles to overcome. Through many challenges God's plan to bring Jesus into this world was accomplished.
Activate God's Will... We often miss the blessings of God by not fully activating His will in our lives. This lesson encourages us to realize the potential we have when we activate God's purpose in our lives.
Decision Making Errors... Abraham and Sarah are wonderful Bible examples. But not every choice they made is worthy of emulation. This lesson examines their decision making errors in relationship to Hagar and Ishmael.
Look On The Bright Side... Sometimes we become so overwhelmed with negative thoughts that we fail to see the positives around us. this lesson reminds us of some of the positives we should focus on.
What Shall It Profit A Man? We are often guilty of pursuing things that we believe will bring us benefit. However on occasion some will sacrifice too much to gain a worldly profit. This lesson examines a few examples of that problem.
Unto What Then Were You Baptized? The apostle Paul encountered a group of disciples that resulted in this question. We will also ask the same question of each of us.
I Believe...Help Thou My Unbelief... Is it possible to believe yet still struggle with unbelief? This lesson asks that question from a discussion found in Mark 9.
As He Shall Command Us... Pharaoh made multiple attempts to get Moses to compromise the instructions of God. This lesson encourages us to pay close attention to the specific commands of God.
A Great Invitation...Jesus came to seek and to save that which was lost. He does that by offering an invitation for everyone to "come unto him." This lesson explores different aspects of Jesus's invitation to "come."