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Series: Elam's Notes;Teacher's Annual Lesson Commentary;Companion

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Elam's Notes on Bible School Lessons (1922)1922
Annual Lesson Commentary on Bible School Lessons, 1938 by R. L. Whiteside1938
Annual Lesson Commentary on Bible School Lessons 1942 (improved uniform international series, 21st volume) by R. L. Whiteside1942
Annual Lesson Commentary on Bible School Lessons (1953)1953
Annual Lesson Commentary 19631963
Teacher's Annual Lesson Commentary on Bible School Lessons (1971) (Gospel Advocate Series, fiftieth annual volume) by Gospel Advocate1963
Annual Lesson Commentary 19641964
Annual Lesson Commentary 19661966
Annual Lesson Commentary 19671967
Teacher's Annual Lesson Commentary on Bible School Lessons 19601972
Annual Lesson Commentary 1977-19781977-1978
Gospel advocate annual lesson commentary 1978-19791978-1979
Gospel advocate annual lesson commentary 1980-19811980-1981
Annual Lesson Commentary 1981-821981-1982
Gospel advocate annual lesson commentary 1982-19831982-1983
Gospel advocate annual lesson commentary 1984-19851984-1985
Gospel advocate annual lesson commentary 1985-19861985-1986
Gospel advocate annual lesson commentary 1986-19871986-1987
Gospel advocate annual lesson commentary 1988-19891988-1989
Companion 1994-95 Annual Lesson Commentary on Bible School Lessons for Churches of Christ by Guy N. Woods1994-1995
Companion - Annual Lesson Commentary 2005-20062005-2006
Companion - Annual Lesson Commentary 2006-20072006-2007
Companion - Annual Lesson Commentary 2007-20082007-2008
Companion - Annual Lesson Commentary 2008-2009 by Gospel Advocate Col2008-2009
Companion - Annual Lesson Commentary 2009-20102009-2010
Companion - Annual Lesson Commentary 2010-20112010
Companion - Annual Lesson Commentary 2011-20122011-2012
Companion - Annual Lesson Commentary 2012-20132012-2013
Annual Bible Lessons Companion 2013-2014 by Gospel Advocate Company2013-2014
Companion 2014-2015 by Duane Warden2014-2015
Companion - Annual Lesson Commentary 2015-2016 by Gospel Advocate2015-2016
Companion - Annual Lesson Commentary 2016-20172016-2017
Companion - Annual Lesson Commentary 2018-20192018-2019

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Annual lesson commentary published by Gospel Advocate: www.GospelAdvocate.com

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