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 "Daniel." The book of Daniel is especially relevant for us who are living in "the time of the end." (Dan 12:9) Daniel provides inspired evidence for our belief, not only in God, but also in Jesus and His death on the cross as well as the promise of His return and all that it entails. Through Daniel we have been given the sequence of empires: Babylon, Medo-Persia, Greece, Rome, and God's eternal kingdom after the Second Coming. From our perspective we can see that all the worldly kingdoms have come and gone as predicted, just as Daniel wrote. Thus we have affirmation of biblical prophecy as solid as world history given by inspiration hundreds and thousands of years before the events. Knowing that Daniel was correct about all these kingdoms gives us ample reason to trust that he is also correct about the soon coming kingdom of God.
Join us this quarter as we seek to dig into this wonderful book of prophecy that has so much relevance for the days in which we live.
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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).
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Lessons from last quarter: "Ezra and Nehemiah"