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Conversion from Sin

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Conversion from Sin

Lesson #1: Sin's Consequences and God's Grace


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*1* What is sin? Answer: Sin is .

*2* Is sin something a person: (a) commits (practices), or (b) inherits? Answer: .

*3* How do people become slaves (servants) of sin? Answer: They present themselves to sin.

*4* Who is a slave to sin? Answer: Whoever sin is a slave of sin.

*5* Who bears the guilt of a person's sins? Answer: The wickedness of the wicked will be upon .

*6* What sins are we guilty of? (a) just the ones we commit, (b) our father's, (c) Adam's, (d) all the preceding. Answer: .

*7* To receive eternal life, what must we do (vv 7,10)? Answer: We must patiently continue in doing (working) that which is .

*8* Who will receive punishment (vv 8,9)? Answer: Tribulation and anguish will be upon everyone who does .

*9* How many people will be judged? Answer: We must appear before Jesus' judgment seat.

*10* On what basis will each one be judged? (a) what his parents did, (b) what he has done in the body, (c) what Adam did. Answer: .

*11* What happens to those who practice works of the flesh such as are listed here? Answer: They will not inherit the .

*12* What will be the destiny of those who commit these sins? Answer: They will have their part in the lake that burns with .

*13* What are some sins that Paul warned about here: (a) lovers of self, (b) lovers of money, (c) proud, (d) disobedient to parents, (e) unthankful, (f) all the preceding. Answer: .

*14* God's curse (anathema) also comes on those who do what? Answer: Those who teach a different .

*15* Who is guilty of sin according to this verse? Answer: Those who know to do and do not do it.

*16* How many people are righteous and good because they have lived without sin? Answer: .

*17* How many people commit sin? Answer: have sinned and come short of God's glory.

*18* What is our case if we say we have no sin? Answer: The is not in us.

*19* What consequence does sin have? Answer: Your sins (iniquities) have you from God.

*20* What does disobedience bring upon us? Answer: The of God comes on those who disobey.

*21* Where will the wicked go after the judgment day? Answer: The wicked will go into .

*22* What is the destiny of those who do not obey the gospel? Answer: They will be punished with from the presence of the Lord.

*23* What has the grace of God made available to us? Answer: We have redemption through Jesus' blood, the of sins, according to the riches of His grace.

*24* What definition of "redeem" would best fit the Bible meaning? (a) to condemn eternally, (b) to pay a purchase price to recover something, (c) to neglect or overlook, (d) all the preceding. Answer: .

*25* What can God's grace do for us? Answer: (a) we are justified by faith, (b) we have peace with God, (c) we rejoice in hope of glory, (d) all the preceding. Answer: .

*26* What definition best fits the Bible meaning of "justify"? (a) to deny or hide our guilt, (b) to find a psychologist or preacher who will excuse our guilt, (c) to absolve or forgive ones guilt so that they stand right or just, (d) all the preceding. Answer: .

*27* To how many people has the grace of God appeared? Answer: The grace that brings salvation has appeared to .

*28* What did Jesus do for us by the grace of God? Answer: By the grace of God he tasted for everyone.

*29,30* To what has God's mercy begotten us? Answer: We are begotten to a living hope, to an incorruptible and undefiled, reserved in for us.

*31* What definition of "grace" best fits the Bible meaning? (a) unmerited or undeserved favor from God, (b) goodness inherent within people, (c) ability to hide guilt so no one else knows, (d) all the preceding. Answer: .

*32,33* For what purpose did Jesus come to earth? Answer: He came to seek and save that which was and to give His life as a for many.

*34* Why did He have to die? Answer: He shed (poured out) His for many for remission of sins.

*35* How did God demonstrate His love for us? Answer: While we were still sinners Christ for us.

*36,37* What is the relationship between our sins and Jesus' death? Answer: He bore our in His body on the tree. By the grace of God, He tasted for everyone.

*38* How important is Jesus' death to us? Answer: There is salvation in no one else. No one can come to the except through Jesus.

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