THE SUNDAY SCHOOL OVERVIEW WILL FEATURE HIGHLIGHTS OF THE LESSON EACH WEEK. BIBLICAL TRANSLATIONS WILL VARY, BUT THE MAIN RESOURCE WILL BE THE TOWNSEND PRESS SUNDAY SCHOOL COMMENTARY, 91ST EDITION. THIS FEATURE IS DESIGNED TO BE OF HELP TO THOSE WHO CANNOT ATTEND THEIR LOCAL CHURCH AND/OR SUNDAY SCHOOL.
Lesson Title: CELEBRATE JUBILEE
Printed Text: Leviticus 25:8-12, 25, 35-36
Key Verse: Leviticus 25:10(NIV)
Consecrate the fiftieth year and proclaim liberty throughout the land to all its inhabitants. It shall be a jubilee for you; each one of you is to return to his family property and each to his own clan.
Source: Townsend Press Sunday School Commentary 2011
Some people are oppressed because of the unjust circumstances into which they are born and live. How can all people be treated fairly regardless of their life circumstances? By observing a Year of Jubilee, those who were oppressed were given the means for making a fresh start.
On the surface, one would assume that this ancient practice of Jubilee would have no application to Christians living in the twenty-first century. However, it is clear that the principles outlined are applicable to every age and in every country. One of the biggest challenges that all societies have is the concentration of wealth into the hands of the privileged few. The poor, the disenfranchised, and the politically disconnected continue to struggle just as much in developed nations as they do in the developing countries. God’s will is that all men and women would be treated equally and fairly.
Jubilee – refers to the institution of a fiftieth-year celebration ordained by God.
Lord God, we pray that we might learn how to be just and kind to those who are our employees and how to honor You by standing up for rights of the poor. In Jesus’ name we pray. Amen
1. @_raiiney helping me put the sausage veggie medley into the processor earlier today for the @tylerflorence stuffing/spatchcock turkey! #success …
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2. Orange Glazed Chicken Wings… First test. #hometestkitchen #theseasonedlife
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3. Jerk turkey w mashed nutmeg squash. Sweet and savory! #theseasonedlife … (Side note: the portions are small because they’re tasting plates, eating all day LOL) 🐷💛💛💛
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4. Done! Black pepper beef and broccoli, curry fried rice, honey shrimp and chicken lettuce wraps…. #homemade #theseasonedlife no takeout, takeout.
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5. Made these insane porterhouse steaks with shallot and garlic. #theseasonedlife
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6. Celebrating the oscars and my first go round as a judge on #grocerygames by using my Parmesan wheel @wholefoods gifted me!!! Pasta Carbonara w scratch made pasta!!!! (Tune in at 8pm west coast!!! On @foodnetwork )
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7. Dinner is in full effect… Seafood pasta on its way.
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8. Done! 😋😋😋
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9. Perfectly southern with a little Cali flare!!! Topped my porchetta biscuit sandwich with a fried egg, red pepper jam, crystal hot sauce mayo and a drizzle of honey! Ahhhhhhhhhhh
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10. Successful test day! They’re sweet, Super sticky and tender. Thanks for tasting @princessmom2363 !!! 😊😊😍
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11. #theseasonedlife sweet chili shrimp with jicama, Serrano and a whole lot of love. Quick 10 minute dish. No #iceberg or #butterlettuce at the grocery store! What great travesty. 😂😂🤓
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12. Before the roasting began! @amandahaascooks thank you so much for making our Christmas wishes come true alongside @williamssonoma #primerib
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13. My pea soup with Kerrygold herb butter seared scallops!!!! #christmas2015 #theseasonedlife
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14. My Lobster Salad w Spicy Serrano Avocado dressing! #FTW I think this one will more than pass for the cookbook! Sooo much flavor! In a salad at that!
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15. Pillows of warm toasty mallow, pecans and brown sugar. Sweet potato casserole. #classic
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16. Banana bread … Again! 🍌🍌🍌
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