Sunday School Lesson

Commentary on passages from the International Sunday School Lesson (ISSL).

Ezekiel—The Uniform Lesson for July 23, 2017

Ezekiel—The Uniform Lesson for July 23, 2017
July 16, 2017 No Comments »

By Dr. Mark Scott The librarian says, “You are what you read.” The designer says, “You are what you wear.” The athlete says, “You are what you train.” Hollywood says, “You are what you watch.” But the dietician says, “You ... Read More »

Jeremiah—The Uniform Lesson for July 16, 2017

Jeremiah—The Uniform Lesson for July 16, 2017
July 9, 2017 No Comments »

By Dr. Mark Scott It would seem that when God wants to make a prophet, he first takes him to the desert and crushes him. Tears make a prophet better than laughter does. The crucible of suffering is the best ... Read More »

Isaiah—the Uniform Lesson for July 9, 2017

Isaiah—the Uniform Lesson for July 9, 2017
July 2, 2017 No Comments »

By Mark Scott In the first religious awakening of America, Jonathan Edwards preached a now famous sermon entitled, “Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God.” He took his text from Deuteronomy, and he pled for the people of New ... Read More »

Moses—The Uniform Lesson for July 2, 2017

Moses—The Uniform Lesson for July 2, 2017
June 25, 2017 No Comments »

By Mark Scott One of the great characteristics of God is his interpersonal capacity. He communicates. He called judges to rescue his people (last month’s lessons). He also called prophets to prosecute his people (this month’s lessons). “Prophets don’t prepare ... Read More »

Samson—The Uniform Lesson for June 25, 2017

Samson—The Uniform Lesson for June 25, 2017
June 18, 2017 No Comments »

By Dr. Mark Scott I do not like Samson. Like Esau, he was a sensualist (Hebrews 12:16, 17). He lived by his glands instead of his God. He was a playboy. The Samson narrative in Judges (chapters 13-16) is filled ... Read More »

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