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Sabbath School Lessons for Everyone English Sabbath School Bible Study Guides and Helps This quarter's Bible study is titled Garments of Grace: Clothing Imagery in the Bible .(Click on the title or the cover picture at the right.) The Adult Sabbath School Bible Study Guides (once called Sabbath School Lessons) are prepared by the Office of the Adult Bible Study Guide of the General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists. You may order a print or Audio copy of this Bible Study Guide online at the Adventist Book Center . The lesson organization in English provided at this web site is quoted directly from that source (Copyright 1995 - 2010 by the Office of the Adult Bible Study Guide, General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists), and is used here by permission.
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Home - Five Love Languages By the time a child is 9 years old, he or she is better able to identify and express his or her feelings about love than when he or she was younger. Parents still have to keep in mind that children this age have a limited attention for and limited interest in such things as helping you determine their love language. The following online "game" should help you in your research. Tell your child you would like help solving "The Love Language Mystery Game." Explain that you need him or her to look at a list of "clues" and that these clues are comments that parents sometimes make to their children. Your child will see a set of 20 clue boxes, each with two comments.