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Pr. Justin Kim and his five friends discuss the latest inVerse Bible study guide topics for young adults. This podcast is a joint production of the Sabbath School / Personal Ministries Dept. of the Seventh-day Adventist Church and Hope Channel International. Find more info at inversebible.org, hopetv.org/inverse, or @inversebible on social media outlets.
 
Most of us eat everyday (some of us too much), because yesterday’s food is not enough to supply energy for today’s needs. Why, then, do some of us expect yesterday’s portion of heavenly manna, the Word of God, to keep us through today’s challenges? On this program, we are going to change all that – let’s experience God’s Words today and receive the power we need to live healthy, vibrant lives. Welcome to Your Daily Portion, with your host, Author/Speaker, L. David Harris. Note: This is a dai ...
 
A weekly discussion of the Seventh-day Adventist Sabbath School lesson based on the Adult Sabbath School Quarterly and driven by always asking, "What does this say about God?" (and by having a commitment that each person can and should discover the truth for himself or herself). This is the standard quality mp3 feed.
 
Come and Reason Bible study class meets Saturday mornings at 10:15am on the campus of Southern Adventist University, Collegedale, TN (18 miles east of Chattanooga). Class participants discuss topical subjects of the Bible and about the true character of God. 75-100 people from late teens up to retirees attend the class taught by Dr. Tim Jennings and other members of the class from time-to-time.
 
The Come and Reason Bible study class meets Saturday mornings at 10:15am in the Seminar Room of Collegedale SDA Church on the campus of Southern Adventist University, Collegedale, TN (18 miles east of Chattanooga). Class participants discuss topical subjects of the Bible and about the true character of God. Up to 160 people from late teens up to retirees attend the class taught by Dr. Tim Jennings (and other members of the class from time-to-time).
 
Join Caro and Maddie as they try and tackle the third degree; the phD! The Third Degree is a podcast about the culture of graduate school in science. One recently graduated phD stude nt, and one brand new phD student offer their perspectives on the real struggles and highlights of being a phD student in science.
 
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Further Thought: “Christ bore our sins in His own body on the tree. . . . What must sin be, if no finite being could make atonement? What must its curse be if Deity alone could exhaust it? The cross of Christ testifies to every man that the penalty of sin is death. . . . Oh, must there be some strong bewitching power which holds the moral senses, s…
 
In our series on building Christian community, we come to what can be an uncomfortable topic. Confession of sins to God and to another Christian can be intimidating. What does the Bible say and what guidelines can be helpful? John Dobbs and Daniel Kirkendall talk about this interesting subject. Video of this message can be found by searching our Yo…
 
A Transforming Reparation Offering (Isa. 53:10–12) What does it mean that the Servant’s life is “an offering for sin” (Isa. 53:10, NRSV)? _____________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________ The Hebrew word refers to a “guilt” or “reparation offering” (Lev. 5:14–6:7, Lev. 7:1–7), which could at…
 
The Unreachable Is Us! (Isa. 53:3–9) Like a vulnerable plant, apparently of no special value, and despised (Isa. 53:2, 3)—that’s the depiction we are given here of the Suffering Servant. Isaiah has quickly brought us through innocent youth to the brink of the abyss. Even with the background provided earlier, we are not prepared in the sense that we…
 
An devotional study where we take an look at what it means to have God "search us". Psalm 139:23-24 KJV Search me, O God, and know my heart: try me, and know my thoughts: And see if there be any wicked way in me, and lead me in the way everlasting. If you have any questions or comments, please send them to: BibleQuestions@ASBzone.com We encourage y…
 
Who Has Believed? (Isa. 52:13–53:12) In Isaiah 52:13, God’s Servant is highly exalted, but without warning, the next verse describes His appearance as so disfigured He cannot be recognized as one of the “sons of men.” The New Testament describes the factors that marred Jesus’ appearance, including scourging, a crown of thorns, crucifixion, but, abo…
 
The Suffering Servant Poem (Isa. 52:13–53:12) Isaiah 52:13–53:12, known as the “Suffering Servant Poem,” confirms Isaiah’s reputation as “the gospel prophet.” In harmony with the excellence of the gospel, the poem towers above other literature. Though breathtak- ingly short, every phrase is packed with profound meaning that reveals the core of God’…
 
Isaiah’s Testing Truth (Isa. 50:4–10) If Isaiah intended to convey only information, he would lay out all the details regarding the Messiah at once. But in order to teach, persuade, and give his audience an encounter with the Servant of the Lord, he develops a rich fabric of recurring themes in symphonic fashion. He unfolds God’s message in steps s…
 
Read for This Week’s Study: Isa. 50:4–10, Isa. 52:13– 53:12, Isa. 53:3–9, Isa. 53:10–12. Memory Text: “But He was wounded for our transgressions, He was bruised for our iniquities; the chastisement for our peace was upon Him, and by His stripes we are healed” (Isaiah 53:5, NKJV). L ough Fook, a Chinese Christian, was moved with compassion for those…
 
Doing the Unthinkable Review of Lesson #10 of the 1st Quarter of 2021 The full Sabbath School Lesson can be found here: https://ssnet.org/lessons/21a/less10m.html The focus for this quarter is on the book of Isaiah, and its messages to God's people. Throughout this lesson study quarter, we will occasionally be referencing the “The Key Principles of…
 
Scriptural Basis: Isa. 50:4–10, Isa. 52:13–53:12, Isa. 53:3–9, Isa. 53:10–12.Key Text: “But He was wounded for our transgressions, He was bruised for our iniquities; the chastisement for our peace was upon Him, and by His stripes we are healed” (IsaiahBy South Pacific Division - Seventh-day Adventist Church
 
မထင်မမှတ်ထားသောအရာကိုလုပ်ဆောင်ခြင်း။ဥပုသ်နေ့သင်ခန်းစာ။By Adventist World Radio
 
Further Thought: Read Ellen G. White’s description of Jesus’ heal- ing and teaching ministry in “At Capernaum,” The Desire of Ages, pp. 252–261. “In the work of soul winning, great tact and wisdom are needed. The Savior never suppressed the truth, but He uttered it always in love. In His [dealings] with others, He exercised the greatest tact, and H…
 
A Feeling and Suffering Servant (Isa. 49:1–12) Who is God’s Servant in Isaiah 49:1–12? God calls and names Him before He is born, makes His mouth like a sword, and will be glorified in Him. God uses the Servant to bring the nation of Israel back to Himself, to be a light of salvation to all the world, to be a covenant, and to release prisoners. The…
 
Hope in Advance The fact that Isaiah accurately predicted Cyrus by name disturbs people who do not believe that prophets receive predictions from God. To cope, they accept the theory that a “second Isaiah,” another prophet living in the time of Cyrus, wrote Isaiah 40–66. Thus, the book of Isaiah is “sawn in two,” the same fate traditionally underst…
 
ရှေ့သို့ချီလျက်မျှော်လင့်သည်။ဗုဒ္ဓဟူးနေ့သင်ခန်းစာ။By Adventist World Radio
 
An introductory study where we take an initial look into how "The Law" is used in scripture, and what it refers to. Please review the document linked below for additional study. Matthew 19:16-18 KJV And, behold, one came and said unto Him, "Good Master, what good thing shall I do, that I may have eternal life?" And He said unto him, "Why callest th…
 
Persian “Messiah” (Isa. 44:26–45:6) What stunning prediction appears in Isaiah 44:26–45:6? Isaiah’s ministry lasted from about 745 b.c. to about 685 b.c. After men- tioning a conqueror from the east and from the north (Isa. 41:2, 3, 25) and implying that this was to be good news for Jerusalem (Isa. 41:27), Isaiah accurately predicted Cyrus by name …
 
Unnamed Individual Servant (Isa. 42:1–7) What is the role and character of God’s unnamed Servant, whom God chooses and on whom He puts His Spirit? (Isa. 42:1–7.) Choose the best answer or combination of answers: 1. He provides justice for the nations. 2. He accomplishes His goals quietly and gently, but successfully. 3. He is a teacher. 4. He serve…
 
အမည်မဖော်သောသီးခြားအစေခံကျွန်။တနင်္လာနေ့သင်ခန်းစာ။By Adventist World Radio
 
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