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FURTHER STUDY: To learn more about the empowering work of the Holy Spirit, study: John 17:22-26; John 14:15, 16; 1 Peter 1:2; Rom. 8:2-4. NOTES FOR DISCUSSION:Some scholars reason that, because the verbs referring to sin used in 1 John 3:3-10 are present tense, they refer to habitual sinning. They explain that the present tense in Greek specifies continuing or habitual action, not a one-time action. Verse 6 means that no one who abides in Him sins habitually, or as a way of life. Verse 8 means that the .

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., which are targeted at and marketed for children, youth, and adults. But at the same time, there seems to be a.

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.:After studying this week's lesson, how would you answer the Key Question in Sabbath Afternoon's lesson, "How did the church.

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In fact, all the lessons this quarter will be framed within the context of the .

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As Christians, we have found that the truth Jesus presented to us and the world did indeed set us free. But that doesn’t mean all our problems go away, and one of those problems arises from friends, relatives, or business associates who don’t like or appreciate our new lifestyle and worldview. How did Paul overcome similar barriers in a culture in which much of his message was completely alien to many of his hearers? What can we learn from his experience? Based on this, ask the class members to describe a .

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