Quarter 2 of 2018 – Preparation for the End Time

Preparation for the End Time

This quarter looks at the topic of the end time and how we should be preparing for it.  Watch, listen, and study to enhance your understanding and appreciation of what God is really like and how we should each behave in preparation for His return.

Lesson 1
 The Cosmic
Controversy
(April 7)
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Lesson 2
 Daniel and
the End Time
(April 14)
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Lesson 3
Jesus & Book
Revelation
(April 21)
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Lesson 4
Salvation &
End Time
(April 28)
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Lesson 5
Christ in
Sanctuary
(May 5)
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Lesson 6
“Change”
of the Law
(May 12)
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Lesson 7
Matthew
24 & 25
(May 19)
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Lesson 8
Worship the
Creator
(May 26)
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Lesson 9
End-Time
Deceptions
(June 2)
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Lesson 10
America &
Babylon
(June 9)
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Lesson 11
God’s Seal/
Beast’s Mark
(June 16)
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Lesson 12
Babylon &
Armageddon
(June 23)
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Lesson 13
Return of Our
Lord Jesus
(June 30)
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These Sabbath School episodes are broadcast on LLBN (Loma Linda Broadcasting Network in Loma Linda, California).  See the schedule for broadcast times.

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