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Thursday, February 4 Ponder over these things . . . , so that your advancement may be plainly seen by all people.​—1 Tim. 4:15.

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Thursday, February 4

Ponder over these things . . . , so that your advancement may be plainly seen by all people.—1 Tim. 4:15.


It is important for children to be taught how to study. They need to learn how to prepare for congregation meetings, for example, or how to do research on an issue that has arisen at school. (Heb. 5:14) If they spend some time on study projects at home, they will be better equipped to focus on the material presented at congregation meetings, assemblies, and conventions. Of course, the length of each study period will depend on the age and temperament of the children. Our Bible students also need to learn how to study. When they are new, we are happy to see them simply underline the answers in preparation for their Bible study or for congregation meetings. But we do need to teach our Bible students how to do research and how to do meaningful study on their own. In that way, when problems arise, they will know how to get practical advice for themselves by doing research in our publications. w19.05 26 ¶2; 28 ¶10-11

You can't walk with God while holding hands with the Devil.

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