Sunday School Lessons

We Can’t Certify Ourselves

Have we tried to tell God that we will notify Him when we're good enough for Him to accept us?

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Zealous for What?

Just as we may not like to be grouped with others who we don't agree with, we also need to inspect our own hearts to ensure that we're not just being carried along by a righteous crowd without also participating in God's plan

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Celebrating Freedom, but Not Just For Me

Once we have been pronounced free from the penalty of our sins, may we not condemn others who have also been set free by the same process.

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Time to Walk Out of the Courthouse

Once a verdict has been decided in our favor, it's time to go out and live a life that honors that decision, rather than staying in the courtroom and listening to our accuser press a case that he has already lost

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Helpless and Powerless

God doesn't save people who are "pretty good", but the good news is that He offers to save each of us!

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Sin Was Always Sin, but Faith Was Always Faith

While Jesus brought clarity and detail about God's plan to save fallen human beings, at least one key element of that plan was present long before Jesus was born as a baby

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Door #3

It is true that our two default options in life aren't very good, but there is another, infinitely-better path that we could miss if we stopped there

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Why Do We Have to Hear This Again?

While we might repeat things just to hear ourselves talk, when God says something more than once, we should definitely pay attention

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Love Doesn’t Require Breaking the Rules

When God made a way for us to return to Him, He didn't take any shortcuts

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Level in What Way?

Sometimes, it's not just the cure that's available to everyone who wants it; there's also a sickness that each of us suffer from

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Totally Unfair, Part 2

Why should people who do good things be considered inadequately righteous, when sinners can receive salvation through faith?

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Totally Unfair, Part 1

Should people who do good things be considered inadequately righteous, while sinners can receive salvation through faith?

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Not New Information

The gospel has good news for those who feel (or were told) that they are far from God, and we find that this good news was God's plan all along.

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A Holy Credit to Your Account

What does the faith look like that results in our debts being cleared with God?

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No Membership Required

Don't you hate it when the event you want to get into is restricted, and you can't get in?

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Who We Follow Determines Our Direction and Our Destination

What if we considered whether or not we have the right guide, rather than only being concerned about our destination?

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Maybe They Already Know the Problem, but Not the Solution

If we see a serious problem in other people, what is better for them: pointing it out, or helping them fix it?

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Why Debate Eternal Security?  

Rather than debate the theological concept of eternal security, let's back up and consider why we want to understand it