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The subject for this quarter is the Gospel of Matthew.
You can imagine Matthew sitting down to write out what he knew under the inspiration of the Spirit. God inspired the Bible writers, but it was written in their own terms. Remembering Matthew and his background, what would have mattered most to him? Thinking of Matthew’s call to discipleship by Jesus, what can we conclude? How did Matthew respond to this invitation? In writing his gospel, Matthew’s message is “If he can save me, he can save anyone!” His picture of God is totally transformed. Instead of a God insisting on a bunch of petty rules, he sees the love and compassion of the Savior, desperately wanting to heal sinners from their terminal disease of sin..
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Sabbath School on the Move meeting December 2015
Speaking at Sligo Church Sabbath School Teachers’ Meeting:
Through a free, conversational study of the Scriptures Dr. Jonathan Gallagher invites you to participate in an exciting analysis and discussion of the Sabbath school lesson in the context of the character of God and in the setting of the Great Controversy
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