Lesson & Video: “Wrong Desires” Commandment 10 (WSC 79-81)
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“Valuing Those Not Yet Born” (& Song: “A Child With A Child“)
“Searching the Soul” Psalm 139:23-24
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“Understanding God and Evil“
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This Week’s Featured Lesson: Study #43 “The King’s Plan” 1 Corinthians 15:1-11
(Lessons about the Bible, God, and how we can live for his glory.)
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Study #36, “God’s Word as a Means of Grace” (WSC Q:89-90)
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