This Week's Bible Lesson

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

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I shall be satisfied, when I awake, with thy likeness.

Psalm 17 / Citation 5

What a humble prayer: to be satisfied with God's likeness, instead of whatever we are dreaming up. Here's how one person withdrew from self and found God, expressed. How can you see God's likeness more clearly?



thou shalt love thy neighbor as thyself

Leviticus 19 / Citation 10

This is one command that many people have considered over the years. See what this person has to say about it, and share your thoughts in the comments below his post.



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A holy purpose—for everyone

 As a cherished daughter of God, I saw that I deserved everything good. The quote that begins “Desire is prayer . . . ,” from Science and Health (p. 1), has always been a favorite of mine, and I prayed knowing that God would definitely fulfill my desire to get a respectable job as per my qualities and talents. I understood that all my work came directly from God.

The 1st Commandment

Only one God, that's the promise of the First Commandment, and Bible scholar Barry Huff gives some interesting ideas to think about. Part 2 of 9.

We might believe there's one God, but how often do we go out of our way to spend time with our #1 relationship? Maybe not too often. Check out how the first commandment is the "Cliff Notes" to the rest of the laws.