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Dec. 5: How long are you willing to wait to find out what God has called you to do?

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Reading for Dec. 5: chapter 69 — "David Crowned King at Last"

Every week, a section of this book, Beginning of the End, helps you to understand the lesson better.

Read or listen to the ebook of Beginning of the End or download it for free here.

If you want a print copy of this book, you may be able to get one from your Sabbath School leader. To order a copy for yourself online, click here: Adventist Book Center.


If You Need Help

Is something wrong in your life?

The most important thing to do when something goes wrong: talk to someone you trust. This is extremely important for the best outcome in your life. You may think you cannot bring yourself to speak to someone, but you must try.

If your life is not in imminent danger, you can start by looking for answers online:

TeenLine (Teens Helping Teens)

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

Think carefully about whom you can share difficulties with. Start with one or both of your parents. Think of your youth leader; pastor; elder; adult friends who know you well and have proven trustworthy; your own friends who care about you and have good judgment. If you're aware that something illegal is happening, call the police immediately.

You may be trying to help your friend. The same guidelines apply. If you or your friend are in immediate danger or feel suicidal, talk to someone you trust 
right now.


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Cover Story: "The Seven Habits of Highly Compassionate People"

Victor Parachin

Bud Caldwell was happily married for nearly 56 years when his beloved wife died. After her death, he bought, donated, and dedicated a bench in his wife’s memory. That bench was placed in a park at their hometown of Fond du Lac, Wisconsin. Every day—rain or shine—Mr. Caldwell visits that bench. There, he talks with his wife, Betty,1 about what’s been going on in his life and leaves a penny and a daisy on the bench. Those two mementos are left as a tribute and memory of their two favorite songs: “Pennies From Heaven” and “Daisy a Day.”
Recently, when a heavy snowstorm hit the area this past winter, Mr. Caldwell made the drive to . . . read more

Insight Blog Omar Miranda  

"He Gave All He Had!"

As the first of December rolled around, a little boy in a very poor family wanted to give his father something meaningful, but he didn’t have much. So, he thought and thought about what he could do for the man who had done so much for him and his two older brothers.
After their mother had unexpectedly died two Christmases ago of an unexplained fever, things had been really tough. It had changed their father. He wasn’t the happy, joyful person he used to be anymore. The boy hoped that this Christmas, things would be different.
For three weeks the boy thought and prayed and . . . read more



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