This Week's Bible Lesson

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

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Be not overcome of evil, but overcome evil with good.

Romans 12 / Citation 1

Do you fight fire with fire, or by rising above it and continuing to act on Love's impulsion? We need be persistent in this focus on good, but good always has the victory. Check out this story of good overcoming evil, and then see how you and your class can put this into practice.

Not by might, nor by power, but by my spirit, saith the Lord of hosts.

Zechariah 4 / Citation 6

We don't succeed because of the strength of our muscles or the fatness of our wallets. God is the only power, so obviously He's a success, and we humbly express that success. Enjoy this story of how someone found strength to keep on going, no matter what the picture looked like. How can you live with that same courage?

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And who is he that will harm you, if ye be followers of that which is good?


The Bible is full of comparisons that were most obvious at the time, but are not always clear for us.


In this week’s Lesson on Love, Jesus raises the son of a widow from the dead.  I’ve been thinking about what relevance this story would have to our Sunday School students.  To me, this story is a great example of Christly compassion.