As a Church, we are entrusted with the gospel, says our memory text. Here are two hymns that encourage us:
Hymn 368, “Watchman, Blow the Gospel Trumpet” and
Hymn 378, “Go, Preach My Gospel”.
There are just a few hymns that have the word ‘steward’ or ‘stewardship’ in them:
Hymn 637, “Son of God, Eternal Savior” in verse 3
Hymn 639, “A Diligent and Grateful Heart” in verse 3
Hymn 640, “For Beauty of Meadows” in verse 2, and
Hymn 641, “God in His Love for Us”.
One of these may become your theme-song for the rest of this quarter
Sunday shows there is a lot of trust between the owner and the steward:
Hymn 524, “Tis So Sweet to Trust in Jesus”,
Hymn 535, “I Am Trusting Thee, Lord Jesus” and
Hymn 590, “Trust and Obey”
The mysteries of God (Tuesday) are in:
Hymn 97, “Lord of the Boundless Curves of Space”. We find that salvation is supernatural and impossible for us to understand fully;
Hymn 646, “To the Name That Brings Salvation”.
Redemption is a large part of the study on Wednesday:
Hymn 329, “Take the World, but Give Me Jesus”;
Hymn 34, “Wake the Song”has this in verse 3; and, in:
Hymn 341, “To God Be the Glory”. verse 2.
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