This Week's Bible Lesson

Children making a star out of string via "thumbs down" game

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Let there be no strife, I pray thee, between me and thee

Genesis 13 / Citation 6

This is a great sentiment, but it has to be acted upon. Take heart for the challenging situations in your own life by reading this testimony of relationship healing, and see how you and your class can life with this same grace.



Lord, I pray thee, open his eyes, that he may see.

II Kings 6 / Citation 10

We don't want to just see a little bit better; we want to see correctly. Correct seeing in this Bible story revealed the safety of all involved, and correct seeing in this modern story brought healing for all. How can you and your class commit to seeing more clearly?



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GoVerse is an easy way to explore the inspired Word of the Bible by topics and keywords using your iPhone, Android, iPad, or iPod Touch. You can also explore the full GoVerse experience from your computer or your device's web browser by clicking here. Browse over 1200 inspirational quotes from many Bible translations and from the writings of renowned religious author, Mary Baker Eddy, with stunning photography from around the world.


Luke isn’t just about universal salvation; universal salvation is this gospel’s main theme. In fact, the theme of universal salvation permeates almost every aspect of Luke, including the explanation of Jesus’ lineage, the story of his birth, and the chronicle of the people he helped and healed during his ministry.

The Lost Sheep

Enjoy this fresh re-telling of the parable of the lost sheep! You can read the original text of this parable in Matthew 18 and Luke 15.

Listen to a brand new song inspired by Mary Baker Eddy's poem, "Feed My Sheep."