Hope Sabbath School Episode 3
Added 15 Jul 2019
When we truly "remember the Sabbath day", it will change us every day of the week, and—as Jesus demonstrated—it can be a means of blessing others, as well.
God has set in motion His plan for redeeming and re-creating the world, and He has given us, as believers, roles to play in the fulfillment of His larger plans.
In His mercy, God has always had people with whom He has maintained a special relationship. As they were blessed, they could be a blessing to others.
Our faith should make a difference in every aspect and experience of our lives, because God cares about every aspect of our lives.
Among the sins and evils that the Old Testament prophets warned people against, one of the biggest was the oppression of the poor, the needy and the helpless.
True worship is not just something that happens during a religious ritual; it is about living a life that shares God’s concerns for the well-being of others and that seeks to lift up those who have been downtrodden and forgotten.
Among other reasons for His incarnation, Jesus came to show us what God is like. Many of His actions made immediate, real-world changes in the lives of others, including the poor and oppressed.
Serving others—caring for their needs and uplifting them—is one way in which we can directly offer service to God.