THE TEST THAT EVERYONE WILL PASS

THINK ABOUT IT —a Bible Lesson titled "Probation After Death" that offers an invigorating message, comfort, healing, and oh so practical and lively ideas! This week's Lesson does just that.

Probation always seems to have an ominous connotation. (We wonder, Am I going to be put "on probation" for doing something bad?) Actually, according to Webster's Dictionary, probation comes from the Latin root probare meaning "to prove," and the definition includes "a testing; a trial of the ability to meet certain requirements."

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