Some questions regarding
this week's Bible Lesson (version 2.01)
For the Christian
Science Quarterly Bible Lesson for Sunday, June 10, 2001
The answers to all of these questions
can be found (1) in the Bible Lesson itself, (2) in the "Bible Lesson
study aid" at http://www.bibletexts.com/bl.htm,
or (3) in other webpages on the BibleTexts.com website, the homepage of
which is http://www.bibletexts.com.
Golden Text and Responsive Reading
- What is the biblical significance of the sheep and the
- What are the various meanings of "Lord" in
the New Testament?
- How do the Responsive Readings' teachings about paying
taxes and about obeying "the most important commandment" relate
to the Bible Lesson subject, "God the Only Cause and Creator"?
- How does God's compassion (KJV: tender mercies),
as described in Bible citation #B2, relate to God as the only Cause and
- How does the 91st Psalm (Bible citation #B3) relate to
God as the only Cause and Creator?
- What is the origin, meaning, and significance of the
biblical term Almighty as a name for God?
- What is the benefit of understanding God as the only
- How does God as the only Cause and Creator relate to
- How does Peter's healing the man at the Temple relate
to the understanding of God as the only Cause and Creator?
- Peter had no money to give, but he did heal the man,
who thereafter would have been able to earn a living. In the lives of the
earliest Christians and in the early Christian church, what part did philanthropy
play, and what part should it play today?
- According Jesus' words in Bible citation #B12, how dependable
- How does prayer relate to the understanding of God as
the only Cause and Creator?
- How did Peter's self-denial and humility aid in his practice
of Christian healing?
- How does an understanding of God as the only Cause and
Creator help enable us to overcome tears, anxious toil, and sorrow?
- How does understanding God as the only Cause and Creator
help us to understand God's compassion and to understand our practical
salvation from sin, disease, and death?
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