For the October to December lessons of 2022
Pick up the Ellen White notes on Death, Dying and the Future Hope,
and the companion book for the quarter on
our index page for the fourth quarter 2022.
And do come join us for discussing the daily lessons on the blog.
Sabbath Bible Study
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In the Crucible With Christ
|1. The Shepherd's Crucible||June 25-July 1|
|2. The Crucibles That Come||July 2-8|
|3. The Birdcage||July 9-15|
|4. Seeing the Goldsmith's Face||July 16-22|
|5. Extreme Heat||July 23-29|
|6. Struggling With All Energy||July 30-August 5|
|7. Indestructible Hope||August 6-12|
|8. Seeing the Invisible||August 13-19|
|9. A Life of Praise||August 20-26|
|10. Meekness in the Crucible||August 27-September 2|
|11. Waiting in the Crucible||September 3-9|
|12. Dying Like a Seed||September 10-16|
|13. Christ in the Crucible||September 17-23|
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