Oras ng Pag-aaral | 1st Quarter 2022 | Lesson 5 - Si Jesus Ang Tagapagbigay Ng Kapahingahan
 

Oras ng Pag-aaral / January 26, 2022

Oras ng Pag-aaral | 1st Quarter 2022 | Lesson 4 - Si Jesus Ang Tagapagbigay Ng Kapahingahan

 
Oras ng Pag-aaral - Q1 - Lesson 2 - Ang Mensahe Ng Hebreo
 

Oras ng Pag-aaral / January 04, 2022

Oras ng Pag-aaral - Q1 - Lesson 2 - Ang Mensahe Ng Hebreo

 
Oras Ng Pag-aaral | 1st Qtr 2022 | Lesson 1
 

Oras ng Pag-aaral / December 31, 2021

Memory Text: “For you have need of endurance, so that after you have done the will of God, you may receive the promise” (Hebrews 10:36, NKJV).

 
Oras Ng Pag-aaral | 4th Qtr 2021 | Lesson 12 "Ang Deuteronomio Sa Bagong Tipan"
 

Oras ng Pag-aaral / December 14, 2021

This week we’ll look at a few of those instances and see what truth, present truth, we can draw from them.

 
Oras Ng Pag-aaral | 4th Qtr 2021 | Lesson 11 "Ang Deutoronomio Sa Mga Huling Sulat"
 

Oras ng Pag-aaral / December 06, 2021

Oras Ng Pag-aaral | 4th Qtr 2021 | Lesson 11 "Ang Deutoronomio Sa Mga Huling Sulat"

 
The Everlasting Covenant - Tagalog Sabbath School - Lesson 3, 4th Qtr 2021
 

Oras ng Pag-aaral / October 11, 2021

This week we will look at the idea of the covenant as expressed in the book of Deuteronomy, where the covenant and all that it entails is made manifest.

 
Clear Messages LIVE | Topic: "Hyprocisy Part 2" | January 12, 2022
 

Clear Messages / January 13, 2022

Clear Messages LIVE | Topic: "Hyprocisy Part 2" | January 12, 2022

 
Preamble to Deuteronomy - Tagalog Sabbath School - Lesson 1, 4th Qtr 2021
 

Oras ng Pag-aaral / September 29, 2021

To cover in one week’s lesson the thousands of years of history before we come to Deuteronomy is to do somewhat the same thing. But by focusing on the highlights, we can see the context needed to best understand this book, so rich with “present truth.”

 
To Love the Lord Your God - Tagalog Sabbath School - Lesson 4, 4th Qtr 2021
 

Oras ng Pag-aaral / October 19, 2021

In the Jewish religion, one of the most important prayers is taken from Deuteronomy 6. It is known as “The Shema,” based on the first Hebrew word of the prayer, from the root, shama‘, which means “to listen,” or even “to obey” — a word that appears over and over, not just in Deuteronomy but all through the Old Testament. This one line is part of the first speech that Moses gave to the children of Israel as they were about to enter the Promised Land. What follows that opening line, however, is a powerful expression of truth that remains as crucial now as it was then.