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Christ’s Example.

November 18th, 2020|

Read John 15:9-14.   "As the Father hath loved me, so have I loved you: continue ye in my love" (v. 9).        My father was a Christian example, quiet and humble.  He served four years in the US Army during World War II, without the opportunity of returning home on leave, but never complained.  In fact, he considered his military service an honor.  He confidently labored as an automobile mechanic.   He faithfully served [...]

November 22, 2020: Consideration

November 18th, 2020|

PRINTED TEXT: Romans 14:4 19CENTRAL TRUTH: In all our dealings with others we should consider their welfare and benefit.OBJECTIVE: By the end of this lesson we should be able to identify some ways to show concern and consideration for those around us.LESSON OUTLINE:I. Christian Differences (Romans 14:1 6)II. Christian Relationships (Romans 14:7 16)III. Christian Action (Romans 14:17 23)IV. Christ's Example (Romans 15:1 7)

Working Together.

October 28th, 2020|

Read Romans 12:1-5. Working Together "For as we have many members in one body, and all members have not the same office" (v. 4).             I'm all thumbs. This expression, often used in mild self-deprecation, illustrates humorously the lack of coordination we occasionally feel.  Can you imagine if it were true?  Take a moment to look at your hands.  How well would they work if every digit were a thumb?  Could you write smoothly [...]

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