Our memory text brings to us the third verse of:
Hymn 547, Be Thou My Vision singing “Riches, I heed not..”
We are then encouraged to fight in the armor and power of God which is shown in:
Hymn 448, “O, When Shall I See Jesus” in verse 2.
This also appears in:
Hymn 572, “Give of Your Best to the Master”.
Sunday’s study points directly to:
Hymn 329, “Take the Word, but Give Me Jesus” as does the title for thi
Hymn 272, “Give Me the Bible” is the instruction we follow from Monday’s study.
Our Life of Prayer can be found in a number of hymns:
Hymn 478, “Sweet Hour of Prayer”
Hymn 501, “Tis the Blessed Hour of Prayer”
Hymn 658, “Heavenly Father, Hear Our Prayer” or
Hymn 684, “Hear Our Prayer, O Lord”.
There are a number of hymns that have the word “wisdom” in them, but the most well known appears to be:
Hymn 88, “I Sing the Mighty Power of God” to help us unpack the study for Wednesday.
By the end of Thursday’s lesson study, I was singing:
Hymn 260, “Hover O’er Me, Holy Spirit”, praying for the Holy Spirit to continue to teach and guide us, God’s people, in these last days.
Mark 8:36, “For what will it profit a man if he gains the whole world, and lose his own soul?”
Source: Daily Sabbath School Lessons