The Helping Hand – Fall 2021

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When you strip away everything else, the basic purpose for our existence is to worship our Creator. We do this, at times, through special services and with words and songs of praise. However, as Paul reminded us in Romans 12, our entire lives are to be lived as an act of worship. We worship God because of who He is and what He does. We most especially worship Him for the gift of salvation.

The study this quarter focuses upon acts of worship and praise that celebrate who God is and what He has done for His people. The lessons offer several examples of biblical people who celebrate God, psalms that call His people to praise and celebration, and visions of praise for His ultimate work in establishing an eternal realm of justice and righteousness.

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When you strip away everything else, the basic purpose for our existence is to worship our Creator. We do this, at times, through special services and with words and songs of praise. However, as Paul reminded us in Romans 12, our entire lives are to be lived as an act of worship. We worship God because of who He is and what He does. We most especially worship Him for the gift of salvation.

The study this quarter focuses upon acts of worship and praise that celebrate who God is and what He has done for His people. The lessons offer several examples of biblical people who celebrate God, psalms that call His people to praise and celebration, and visions of praise for His ultimate work in establishing an eternal realm of justice and righteousness.