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The Story of the Bending Table

The text used for this lesson is Exodus 35:30-36:7. In this text we learn of a fascinating time when the Israelites were giving so much, it became a problem that had to be addressed. It is not too often you have a giving problem when the problem is that too much has been given. This lesson is to praise and encourage the members at Dexter Church of Christ for their tremendous giving. The recent needs that have come to our attention have been more than adequately provided for by the generosity of each member. “The Story of the Bending Table” is our story. We have provided so many cans for the Shultz Lewis commodity drive, that the table is bending. What an amazing and outstanding story!

How the World was Changed

I love pursuing my education, but one thing that I have learned, is that knowledge and degrees is not what changed the world. As we survey a few stories in this lesson, we will learn of three important things that changed the world, and still can through our lives.

Don’t Forget

Memorial Weekend is a time when remember the brave who have fought for our country. At this time, I would also like to direct our attention to the greatest hero who has fought for our salvation: Jesus Christ. We want to continually remember what he has done for us, we must remember him.


We were determined to live in victory. We see all throughout Scripture that God has given his people every resource we need to be victorious. Furthermore, God is our victor.