Current Adult Sabbath School Lesson:
The adult Sabbath School lessons are prepared by the General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists, usually by one of the scholars or theologians of the church. These lessons are published in the Adult Sabbath School Bible Study Guide which is published quarterly and provided free to each student. To study on line, click the link in the previous sentence.
This quarter our Study Guide is entitled "Ezra and Nehemiah." These two men were exceptional servant-leaders of God's people during a critical time in their history: the return of exiles from Babylonian captivity and the restoration of Jerusalem as the capital of Israel and the center of worship of the true God. Their books are linked historically and form a unit that describes the opposition to their work and the providence of God and His faithfulness in fulfilling His promises. Ezra and Nehemiah were faithful to the Lord in spite of the opposition they faced and the lethargy of the people they served, calling them to revival and reformation. Their work reestablished Israel as an autonomous nation and prepared the way from the coming of the Messiah. Join us this quarter as we look for inspiration in these books for our own lives to be faithful to the Lord regardless of the opposition we face.
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If you are a Sabbath School teacher, you may use the lessons in your own preparation and presentation. Your comments and questions on the lessons are welcome (firstname.lastname@example.org).
(Note on posting: I am a hopeless procrastinator, but I will do my best to post the lesson by early Friday morning, Eastern Standard Time. The first post is not always the final version. Please check back for additions, corrections, and updates. You are invited to bookmark this page to easily find it again.)
Lessons from last quarter: "The Least of These"