Thursday, April 3

Who has created these things?—Isa. 40:26.

In the physical world, precise timing can be seen on a microscopic as well as on a macroscopic scale. Atoms vibrate at consistent rates. International time-standard clocks regulated by atomic vibrations are accurate to 1 second in 80 million years. The movement of planets and stars is also precisely timed. Their predictable positions in the sky have been used to mark the seasons and to navigate. Jehovah—the Maker of these reliable “timepieces”—is indeed “vigorous in power” and deserves our praise. Precise timing can be observed in the world of biology. The life cycles of many plants and animals are regulated by internal clocks. Many birds instinctively know when to begin their migration. (Jer. 8:7) Humans too have internal clocks, usually governed by the 24-hour cycle of day and night. (Ps. 104:24) Yes, the Great Timekeeper is all-wise and all-powerful. w12 5/15 3:3, 4


Song 105 and Prayer

Congregation Bible Study:

Theocratic Ministry School:

Bible reading: Exodus 1-6 (10 min.)

No. 1: Exodus 2:1-14 (4 min. or less)

No. 2: Christ’s Return Is Invisible—rs p. 341 ¶3–p. 342 ¶2 (5 min.)

No. 3: Abiram—Opposing God-Appointed Authority Is Tantamount to Opposing Jehovah—it-1 p. 25, Abiram No. 1 (5 min.)

Service Meeting:

10 min:Make Good Use of Older Magazines.” Discussion. Inform the congregation of older issues in stock that publishers can obtain for the ministry. Invite audience to relate experiences they have had using older magazines. Before concluding, invite the service overseer to report on the congregation’s progress in distributing the Memorial invitations.

10 min: Local needs.

10 min: What Do We Learn? Discussion. Have Matthew 28:20 and 2 Timothy 4:17 read. Consider how these verses can help us in our ministry.

Song 135 and Prayer

MARCH 31, 2014–APRIL 6, 2014

PAGE 27 • SONGS: 108, 30

MARCH 31, 2014–APRIL 6, 2014

PAGE 26 • SONGS: 108, 30