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Is Jesus Really Your Lord?

Lesson #3


*1* How many people commit sin? Answer: have sinned.

*2* What is the consequence of sin? Answer: The wages of sin is .

*3* Through whom can we receive eternal life? (a) Mohammed, (b) Jesus, (c) our parents, (d) no one. Answer: .

*4* What did Jesus do to save us? Answer: He for us.

*5* What characteristic of God does this demonstrate? Answer: It demonstrates God's for us.

*6* When Jesus died, was He dying for you? Answer ("Yes" or "no"): .

*7* When Jesus suffered, whose sins was He suffering for? (a) His own sins, (b) sins of other people, including you and me. Answer: .

*8* How did Thomas know Jesus had been raised? (a) he saw and touched Him, (b) he just heard about it, (c) he dreamed about it. Answer: .

*9&10* Whom did Thomas confess Jesus to be? Answer: My and my .

*11* How can we believe Jesus is Lord and God even though we have not seen Him? (a) by guessing, (b) by examining the evidence in the Bible, (c) by taking a preacher's word for it. Answer: .

*12* What blessing can we have if we believe? Answer: We can have in His name.

*13* How many people will be judged? Answer: We must appear before the judgment seat.

*14* Who will judge us? (a) our priest, (b) Buddha, (c) Jesus. Answer: .

*15* On what basis will Jesus decide our reward? (a) what our parents did, (b) what Adam did, (c) what we did, (d) all the preceding. Answer: .

*16* What final destinies face us? (a) either eternal life or eternal destruction, (b) all go to heaven, (c) death is the end of our existence. Answer: .

*17* How many follow the broad road? Answer: enter the broad way.

*18* How many follow the narrow way? Answer: find the narrow way.

*19* What must we do to enter the kingdom of heaven? (a) just have faith, (b) call Jesus "Lord," (c) do God's will, (d) just be religious. Answer: .

*20* To be Jesus' disciple, what must we do? (a) just believe in Him, (b) just learn His will, (c) learn His will and obey it (abide in it)? Answer: .

*21* If we know and abide in Jesus' word, what will it do for us? Answer: Make us from sin (see v34).

*22* Do we respect our Lord if we do not obey Him? Answer: (Yes or no): .

*23* If we have been practicing some activity that is nowhere taught in the Scriptures, what should we do? (a) quit serving God, (b) find a preacher who justifies the practice, (c) quit participating in it. Answer: .

*24* What is the goal of a disciple or servant? Answer: The disciple's goal is to be like his .

*25&26* What did Jesus leave for us? Answer: Jesus left an so we should follow in His .

*27* How did Jesus live? Answer: Jesus lived without committing .

*28* What must a person be willing to give up to be Jesus' disciple (a) loved ones, (b) possessions, (c) his life, (d) all the preceding. Answer: .

*29* How many spiritual masters (lords) can a person serve? Answer: You can have only Master.

*30&31* What should be our greatest concern in life? Answer: Seek first the of God and His .

*32&33* If disciples don't bear fruit and abide in Christ (v2,4-6), what happens to them? Answer: They are picked up and thrown into the and are .

*34* Though Paul was an apostle who had preached to others, what concern did he have? (a) he might be disqualified or rejected, (b) some babies might not be baptized, (c) he might be among the elect. Answer: .

*35* One who thinks he stands must take heed for what (10:12)? Answer: Take heed lest he .

*36* We too must guard against what? (a) an evil heart of unbelief, (b) departing from God, (c) being hardened through the deceitfulness of sin, (d) all the preceding. Answer: .

*37* To partake with Christ, what must we do? Answer: We must hold our confidence (faith) steadfast to the .

*38* Can a person please God and be saved eternally if he does not have faith (Hebrews 11:6; Revelation 21:8)? Answer: ("Yes" or "no.") .

*39* What was Simon's condition after he sinned again (see vv. 20-23)? (a) his heart was not right, (b) he was guilty of wickedness, (c) he was in the gall of bitterness and the bond of iniquity, (d) he would perish if he did not repent and pray, (e) all the preceding. Answer: .

*40* What would be their condition if they went back to the Old Testament practice of binding circumcision? (a) Christ would profit them nothing, (b) they would be severed from Christ, (c) they would be fallen from grace, (d) all the preceding. Answer: .

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*41* Briefly state what you believe about who Jesus is?

*42* Do you believe it is possible for a child of God to so sin that he/she will be lost in eternity?

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