Hope Sabbath School
Hope Sabbath School is a weekly in-depth interactive study of the Word of God.
This lesson will look at some of the key biblical themes found in the imagery of The Good Shepherd, The Suffering Messiah, The Eternal King, and Eternal Priest.
The Psalms are a source of wise counsel. In this lesson we will look at some examples of this wisdom and the blessings found in applying this wisdom to our lives.
God's mercy is boundless! We will look at what the Psalms have to say about resting and rejoicing in His mercy.
Does God hear the cry of the oppressed? What should we do when it seems that He is slow to act on our behalf? In this lesson we will look at God's promises to arise.
When were the Psalms written? Does this context give us inssights? Why was Israel in a foreign land? How can we sing the Lord's Song?
This lesson continues our look at God's character. The Psalms tell us that God is near to us, cares, is our refuge, deliverer, and help in times of need.
The Bible reveals the character of our awesome God! In this lesson we will look at the psalmists' description of God as Creator, Sovereign, Judge, and worthy of our trust.
This lesson will look at the examples of prayer in the Psalms, and how we can use them as a model for our own prayers.
Is there a method to reading the Psalms that will help us get the most out of this beautifully written scripture? In this lesson we will look at who the psalmist were, how Israel used the songs in worship, and the unique features of the Psalms.
In this last lesson, we will look at God’s mission in the end times. How will God's mission finally be accomplished?
What lessons can we learn from Esther and Mordecai? How does their example inform us on how we should conduct ourselves as witnesses?
Are there people who remain unreached because of the prejudice of believers? In part two of this lesson, we see how Jesus opens the eyes of His followers to see groups that are neglected.
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