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Companion: Annual Lesson Commentary 2018-2019


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Companion serves as a stand-alone commentary or complementary guide to Gospel Advocate’s quarterly series, Foundations (for adults) and Horizons (for teens). All three studies follow the same topic each quarter, but Companion offers greater depth and more cultural and historical background, expanding one’s understanding with each lesson. The topics for the 2018–2019 edition include:

Joshua (Fall)The book of Joshua is a book of conflict, success, disappointment, but always a book about moving forward. The secret to Joshua’s success is found in his personal assertion: “As for me and my house, we will serve the Lord” (Joshua 24:15). 

Mark (Winter) The book of Mark is frequently characterized as the account of the life of Jesus written primarily for a Roman. A key word in Mark is “straightway” (KJV) or “immediately” (NKJV). The book of Mark is a book of action.

Judges (Spring)The study of Joshua set the stage for this study of Judges, one of the most disturbing books in the Bible, disturbing because it reveals life apart from God. The theme of Judges is well expressed three times in the statement “In those days there was no king in Israel; everyone did what was right in his own eyes” (17:6; 18:1; 21:25). That summary bemoans the lack of political authority and the carefree willingness to follow one’s individual guidance. 

Romans (Summer)Turning to Romans after completing a study of Judges is especially meaningful, for Romans 1:18-32 describes a first-century world clearly comparable to the world of the judges. Human beings are tragically the same century after century. For that reason, Paul stressed man’s relationship to God and man’s relationship to man. 


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