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Beyond just communicating verbally, writing, and subsequently reading ensures messages transcend boundaries. That’s why every Thursday we celebrate authors and the work they produce. Today’s spotlight is on How To Make Your Salary Work For You.
Seventh-day Adventists commonly engage in a set of practices as part of their observance of the Sabbath, which occurs from Friday sunset to Saturday sunset. These practices are influenced by Adventist theology, biblical teachings, and traditions within the faith. Let’s explore these practices.
Romans 7 verse 18: 18For I know that good does not dwell in me, that is, in my flesh. The willing is ready at hand, but doing the good is not. 19For I do not do the good I want, but I do the evil I do not want. 20Now if…
Our spiritual gifts can be a key component in our growth in Christ, and it only makes sense that we’re supposed to use them responsibly. But what if we don’t? What happens when we put our spiritual gifts toward selfish ambition, or choose not to use them at all? In…
Seventh-day Adventists believe in a distinctive understanding of Sabbath observance based on their interpretation of biblical teachings and the writings of Ellen G. White, a prominent early Adventist leader. Today, we explore true Sabbath observance.
The perceived difficulty in understanding the Bible is a common sentiment expressed by many readers, and it often arises from various factors. These questions aim to delve into the intricacies of Bible reading, considering the challenges posed by context, literalism, and the various complexities inherent in interpreting the Bible.
It’s clear from Scripture and Christ’s example that our spiritual gifts are most effective in the service of God and others. So how do we make the most of our spiritual gifts? How can we be sure we’re using them the right way? Let's dive into today's study
The historical perspective of the Sabbath in Seventh-day Adventism is deeply rooted in the movement's historical development and its interpretation of biblical teachings. Today, we are going to unpack that history.
The Bible is a source of spiritual guidance, offering principles and teachings that individuals can apply to their lives. Regular reading provides direction for ethical decision-making and moral conduct. Today, we want to know the importance of spending time in God’s word.
The Sabbath is indeed a significant concept in Judaism. In Jewish tradition, the Sabbath, known as 'Shabbat' in Hebrew, is a weekly day of rest and spiritual enrichment. It is observed from Friday evening at sunset to Saturday evening at sunset. How does that connect to us as Adventists who…
A lot of employees do not really know, or understand their rights in the workplace, and their rights with regards to their contracts. With employers taking advantage of workers by withholding of their salaries as a form of punishment for work not done according to their satisfaction, we find out…
Actions are promulgated by how we think. How we think is influenced by our value system. Our value system is derived from our socialization, which is influenced by beliefs. We speak the essence of faith in finding reasons for your worldview.
In this segment we take a moment to celebrate the men and women who have dedicated their lives to serving in Gods vineyard. We consider their history before and after the ministerial calling, as well as reflect on how the service has been for them. Today the spotlight is on…
Those who see baptism as a symbolic act often emphasize its role as a public declaration of faith rather than a means of imparting salvation. Romans 6:3-4 is frequently cited to highlight the symbolism of baptism: 'We were therefore buried with him through baptism into death in order that, just…
Beyond just communicating verbally, writing, and subsequently reading ensures messages transcend boundaries. That’s why every Thursday we celebrate authors and the work they produce. Today’s spotlight is on You Read (the Word), I Rode (the Storm).
Some proponents argue that certain covenantal promises in the Bible use inclusive language, suggesting that children are included. For instance, God's promise in Jeremiah 31:31-34 talks about putting the law within people, and all shall know the Lord, which they interpret as inclusive of children. However, it's important to acknowledge…
Discernment is a process that requires patience. Waiting for a clear sense of direction and being attentive to subtle signs can be important. Rushing decisions without sufficient discernment may lead to misinterpretation. Let’s learn how we can listen.
For a meaningful commemoration of Jesus’ sacrifice, Seventh-day Adventists follow the Apostle Paul’s guidance in 1 Corinthians 11 to prepare our hearts with self-examination (vs. 27). He cautions that “whoever eats this bread or drinks this cup of the Lord in an unworthy manner will be guilty of the body…
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