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A Window of Time to Serve - Acts 13:36

This life offers only a window of time to work for the Lord. Youth and old age both offer their own hindrances to service. In many ways, though not entirely, youth should be spent in learning, middle age in doing, and old age in teaching. Many of the greatest servants of the Lord found in scripture began their journey in youth by learning of the Lord and His ways (1 Kings 18:12; Psalm 71:5; 2 Chronicles 34:3; Job 29:4; Ecclesiastes 12:1). As they approached the prime of life, they put their learning to use by serving the Lord (Numbers 8:24-25). As they passed their prime, they would pass their knowledge on to the next generation in hopes the work of God would go on (2 Timothy 4:1-8).

Type: Devotional

Amos 0001 - Lesson 6

A Bible college course that deals with a verse-by-verse study of the Book of Amos

Type: University Outlines

Amos 0001 - Lesson 5

A Bible college course that deals with a verse-by-verse study of the Book of Amos

Type: University Outlines

Amos 0001 - Lesson 4

A Bible college course that deals with a verse-by-verse study of the Book of Amos

Type: University Outlines

Amos 0001 - Lesson 3

A Bible college course that deals with a verse-by-verse study of the Book of Amos

Type: University Outlines

Amos 0001 - Lesson 2

A Bible college course that deals with a verse-by-verse study of the Book of Amos

Type: University Outlines

Amos 0001 - Lesson 1

A Bible college course that deals with a verse-by-verse study of the Book of Amos

Type: University Outlines

The Introduction of Behemoth

As God continues to confront Job with His greatness, Job makes his first feeble answer: “Behold, I am vile; what shall I answer thee” (verse 4)? God then asks Job if he has the abilities and powers of God. God closes this chapter with a description of behemoth as the chief of the ways of God.

Type: Sunday School Outlines

The Word Made Flesh

To understand the gospel record of Jesus Christ, we must go back before the beginning of time where the Son of God already dwells. This lesson deals with the very important truth that God’s Son did not begin at the time of His birth in a manger. He existed in eternity past and was the Creator of all things.

Type: Sunday School Outlines

David Battles with Ammon and Syria

There are several practical lessons here including doing good to those who have done good to you, avoiding shaming people publicly, and fighting the battle of this life with courage and complete trust in the work that the Lord will do for us.

Type: Sunday School Outlines
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Daily Proverb

Proverbs 16:21

The wise in heart shall be called prudent: and the sweetness of the lips increaseth learning.