Sunday School Lessons

Welcoming and Celebrating

Even if we have found restoration into the family of God, do we want the same thing for all others who need to find that same joy?

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Haste Makes Waste

Even with a windfall, we're likely to find ourselves out of resources if we're selfish and wasteful

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What Does it Mean to Seek the Kingdom of God?

Jesus didn't just tell us not to worry and explain why we shouldn't worry; He also gave us an alternative

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Motive, Means, and Opportunity

Rather than making excuses about what we can't do, let's find ways to serve others who we have the means to help

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Why Do You Ask?

Do we ask questions that we already know the answer to, hoping to find a loophole or exception for ourselves?

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A Good Question to Ask

While not every question has to be answered, some of them are important for us to find correct answers to

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Just Checking…

If you keep getting asked the same questions, maybe just giving the correct answer isn't enough.

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Rules or Righteousness

Would you be willing to set aside your preferences and traditions for a chance to show the love of God to others?

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A Good Day to Ease Suffering

Let's not forget about our suffering friends after the novelty of their condition has worn off for everyone else. They may still need the healing of Jesus or the help of a friend.

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Sneaking a Peek at the Last Chapter

Sometimes, it's OK to skip ahead to preview the conclusion, if only to understand the rest of the plot better

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A Good Fit, or a Great Fit?

If those who were far from God can be restored to Him, can you imagine how exciting it is when those who are close to Him turn their lives over?

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The Branch Can’t Take Credit for the Gardener’s Good Work

It's great to achieve positive results within the family of God, but we must not take too much credit for being part of that family in the first place