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New Testament Lesson 34: "Keep the Ordinances As I Delivered Them"

by Ted L. Gibbons

Introduction: Consider the following story: “At one time I worked for the railroad. I had responsibility fo...

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New Testament Lesson 32: Live in the Spirit

by Ted L. Gibbons | Sunday School

INTRODUCTION: Paul was a witness of God in every situation in which he found himself. He had been given thi...

NT Sunday School Lesson 30 (JF): Acts 10-14; 15:1-35

by Feast Upon the Word | Lesson Helps

This part of Acts tells the story of the beginning of the mission beyond the area immediately surrounding J...

NT Sunday School Lesson 29 (JF): Acts 6-9

by Feast Upon the Word | Lesson Helps

Acts 6 Verses 1-7: Who were the “Grecians”? We would probably call them “Hellenists.” Remember that as yet ...

New Tesament Lesson 28 (KD): Acts 1-5

by Feast Upon the Word | Lesson Helps

1 Approach These represent the notes I made during my reading of the scriptural text for this lesson. It is...

New Testament Lesson 26 (KD): Matt 26:47-27:66

by Feast Upon the Word | Lesson Helps

These represent the notes I made during my reading of the scriptural text for this lesson. It is not a less...

New Testament Lesson 27 (KD): Matthew 28

by Feast Upon the Word | Lesson Helps

1 Approach These represent the notes I made during my reading of the scriptural text for this lesson. It is...

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New Testament Lesson 29: The Number of Disciples Was Multiplied

by Ted L. Gibbons | Sunday School

INTRODUCTION: The calling of members to labor in the Church may create dilemmas of resentment and difficult...

NT Sunday School Lesson 25 (JF): Matthew 26:36-46; Mark 14:32-42; Luke 22:39-46

by Feast Upon the Word | Lesson Helps

As important as the events in the Garden of Gethsemane were, they receive very little attention in scriptur...

NT Sunday School Lesson 26 (JF): Matthew 26:47-27:66; Mark 14:43-15:39; Luke 22:47-23:56; John 18-19

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Matthew 26 Verse 47: This crowd came from the temple priests, so it may have been the temple police rather ...