What are some study topics at a Theocratic Ministry School Review?


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Theocratic Ministry School Reviews, published by Jehovah's Witnesses approximately every two months, cover study topics based on a specific Bible book and how it affects a Christian's conduct. Readers can apply the lessons to marriages, older Christians, youths or Christians in general.

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The review of October 2015 covered the end of 2 Kings and the beginning of 1 Chronicles. Some study topics covered in this review include the lessons related to Ahaz's lack of trust in 2 Kings 16:7 and the similarities between Rabshakeh's tactics in 2 Kings 18:22 and opposers' false reasonings. Other topics covered in the October 2015 review are how Josiah's humility in 2 Kings 22:19 helps Christians benefit more fully from Bible study and what lessons they can glean from Jabez's prayer in 1 Chronicles 4:10.

The review of June 2015 covered 2 Samuel and the beginning of 1 Kings. Some topics covered in this review include what lessons married couples can take from the exchange between Michal and David in 2 Samuel 6:20-23 and how Nathan's parable in 2 Samuel 12:1-7 can help Christians become better teachers. Other topics covered in this review include lessons that older Christians can take from Barzillai in 2 Samuel 19:33-35 and how Christians can imitate Nathan's loyalty in 1 Kings 1:11-14.

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