Sabbath School: Adult (English)

Class starts at 9:30am in the Multipurpose Room with singing and prayer followed by a mission story and then the lesson study. Anyone is invited to attend this class and we sincerely hope to see you bright and early Sabbath morning as we discuss and share together about our Saviors love for us!

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Wednesday: A Day of Healing

While the original vision for the Sabbath and Sabbath keeping was broad and inclusive, the Sabbath had become something quite different for many of the religious leaders by the time Jesus came to earth. Instead of a day of freedom and equality, Sabbath had become a day of human, traditional rules and restrictions. In His Continue reading -->

HopeSS: Sabbath: A Day of Freedom (July 20, 2019)

You can view an in-depth discussion of “Sabbath: A Day of Freedom” in the Hope Sabbath School class led by Pastor Derek Morris. You may download an MP4 video file, and audio file or a PDF lesson outline from the HopeSS site. With thanks to Hope Channel – Television that will change your life. Amen!(0) Continue reading -->

Tuesday: A Day of Equality

One of the things obvious from a quick reading of the Ten Commandments in Exodus chapter 20 and Deuteronomy chapter 5 is that the fourth commandment is the most detailed by far. Whereas some of the commandments are recorded in as few as three words in some versions (in the Hebrew some can be expressed Continue reading -->

Monday: Two Reasons for Sabbath

Read Exodus 20:8-11 and Deuteronomy 5:12-15. How do these two versions of the fourth commandment complement each other? Remembering is an important part of the relationship that God seeks to re-establish with His people, a relationship centered on the fact that God is our Creator and Redeemer. Both roles appear in the two versions of the fourth commandment Continue reading -->

Sunday: Manna Enough

After generations of slavery and the social degradation that such a condition can inflict on His oppressed people, God sought to lift up the newly freed Israelites, pointing them to a better way of living and giving them laws for the best ordering of their new society. But one of the first parts of this Continue reading -->

Sabbath Afternoon: Sabbath – A Day of Freedom

Read for This Week’s Study: Exod. 16:16-18, Exod. 20:8-11, Deut. 5:12-15, Matt. 12:9-13, Lev. 25:1-7. Memory Text: “And He said to them, ‘The Sabbath was made for man, and not man for the Sabbath’” (Mark 2:27, NKJV). God created the Sabbath as the final act of the Creation week. It has been said that on the seventh day, God not only rested, Continue reading -->