Sabbath School Study Hour

Sabbath School Study Hour

Quarterly: For Better or for Worse: Lessons From Old testament Couples. You’ll get fresh and in-depth biblical insight from our popular Bible school program in time for your weekly lessons! (60 minutes). Get into the Bible and grow in your faith.

Duration: 60 minutes
Program Listings for For Better or for Worse: Lessons From Old testament Couples
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David and Bathsheba: Adultery and After

David's crimes regarding Bathsheba are horrifying, but their union afterward was strengthened and bl...

Adam and Eve: The Intended Ideal

Adam and Eve demonstrate both God's intended ideal for relationships as well as the consequences of ...

Jacob and Rachel: Labor of Love

Jacob was willing to work for fourteen years to earn Rachel's hand in marriage because of his unwave...

Hosea and Gomer: Forgiving the Unfaithful

Hosea reconciles with his adulteress wife, just as God forgives His wayward people when they stray....

Abraham and Sarah: Faith Tested and Tried

Though Abraham is often cited as an example of faith, his relationship with Sarah was strained at ti...

Moses and Zipporah: Relating with Relations

Moses was a powerful prophet, but he faced the same family challenges we face today....

Elkanah and Hannah: Fulfilling a Vow

Hannah and Elkanah were ordinary people, but their dedication to God influenced their son, Samuel, t...

Ahab and Jezebel: Abuse of Authority

King Ahab's marriage to Jezebel is an excellent example of what not to emulate in our Christian live...

The Jobs: Living With Losses

We know little about Job's relationship with his wife except how each of them reacted to the sufferi...

Samson and His Women: The Folly of Passion

Samson was a slave to his passions and lusts, and kept repeating the same relationship errors again ...

Yahweh and Israel: Fulfillment Beyond Failure

God uses marriage imagery to illustrate the relationship between He and His people....

Boaz and Ruth: Firm Foundations

Although the society around them was disorderly, Ruth's relationship with Boaz shows that the right ...

Isaac and Rebekah: Rearing Rivals

Jacob and Esau had a rivalry that remained well beyond either man's life, but their parents were not...

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