7/8/2016 LESSON 10
ISRAEL FINALLY TURNS BACK TO GOD
Quarter’s Theme: BASIC CHRISTIAN DOCTRINES
Unit 3 – Israel And Believers’ Benefits From The Book Of Romans (Lessons 10-12)
Suggested Hymns: G.H.B. 16, 306
Devotional Reading: ROM. 11:17-22
Topic For Adults
GOD’S GIFT AND CALLING ARE IRREVOCABLE
Topic For Youths
YOU CAN WALK IN COVENANT RELATIONSHIP WITH GOD
Topic For Intermediates
DON’T GIVE UP ON THE SALVATION OF YOUR LOVED ONES
ACTS 17:10-12; ROM. 11:2-5, 25-36; 1 COR. 1:18-25; JER. 23:3-6; MICAH 7:18-20
(STEWARDSHIP AND ACCOUNTABILITY MONTH)
And so all Israel will be saved, as it is written: The Deliverer will come out of Zion, and He will turn away ungodliness from Jacob. (Rom. 11:26) NKJV
DAILY DEVOTIONAL READING
Remnant By Grace
The promises, which God gave to Abraham, cannot but be fulfilled. In order for the promises to be fulfilled, there has to be some of Abraham’s descendants who will enjoy the salvation of God. These people are referred to as remnants. The selection of the remnants is always not based on merit. For example, God chose Jacob over Esau not because Jacob was overtly righteous. His selection to enjoy God’s promise was purely by grace. While the eyes of the remnant were open to see the truth, the rest were left in their stupor. The remnant had no ground to boast. In this end time, the church appears to be overrun by apostasy and worldliness. In the midst of this falling away, there will still always be a remnant who will cling to the gospel truth. Jesus warns against allowing our hearts to be weighed down with drunkenness, and cares of this world (Lk. 21: 34).
Point of Emphasis: Strive to be among the remnant that God will preserve in this end time.
Prayer Point: I receive the grace to be among the end-time remnants standing for God.