Lessons on Our Lord's Ministry, for Sunday Schools

Lessons on Our Lord's Ministry, for Sunday Schools

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1882 edition. Excerpt: ...to be followed, as the Israelites followed the pillar of fire (Num. ix. 15 to end). We are to follow, to go forward. As we sing in the Hymn--"Forward be our watchword!" / I told you just now that Jesus takes all these Old Testament types to Himself--He places Himself as the object of our faith, our hope, our love--He is our food, our refreshment, our guide, the pole-star of our heavens. Just think, if He were not really the Son of God, how fearful would be the presumption, how terrible the blasphemy! There is no middle course, Jesus was either the Son of God, or He was a blasphemer. Questions: --(1) What are the special types of the wilderness life of Israel? How were they fulfilled in Christ? What did the pillar of fire do for the Israelites?!A What ought the True Light to do for us? 5) What familiar hymns set forth this truth? "Sun of my Soul." "Lead, kindly light." (6) What is involved in Jesus applying all these types to Himself? XXVI. Christ At The Feast Of Tabernacles. The Good Shepherd. Read S. Johirix. 1-14, 34, to x. 18. Recapitulation. Questions: --(1) What did the Feast of Tabernacles commemorate? (2) What were some of the chief features of the period of the wanderings? The manna. The water from the rock. The pillar of fire. (3) What two sayings of Christ, spoken at this feast, seem to refer to the last two? (4) Who does Christ say shall not walk in darkness? S. John viii. 12. Instruction: --Christ taught by deed as well as by word. He not only said--" I am the Light of the world," but He also showed that He was the true Light, by giving sight to a man born blind. This most telling and suggestive sign of the Kingdom only increased the opposition of the rulers, and strengthened them in their blind...show more

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  • Paperback | 52 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 3mm | 109g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236520440
  • 9781236520449